Blanche de Namur is brewed in Condroz, Belgium by the company Brasserie du Bocq which was set up in 1858 by Martin BELOT and remains 100% family owned in its sixth generation. The brewery is one of the last traditional Belgian breweries. This dynamic company still uses the traditional manufacturing process of top-fermentation beers with secondary fermentation in the bottle.
This traditional process guarantees a top quality, naturally flavoured wheat beer without any chemical additives or preservatives.
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