Spiced Pork Cabbage Parcels with St. Stefanus Stock
It’s no secret that St. Stefanus pairs beautifully with all kinds of cuisine. But it makes for an extremely versatile ingredient too, adding a touch...
Cheesy Tear and Share Bread
Ageing St. Stefanus Blonde opens up a world of possibilities when it comes to food pairing. Our unique Jerumanus yeast causes the flavours to...

About St. Stefanus

Originating from the Sint Stefanus monastery in Belgium, the Van Steenberge family brewery pledged to the monks that they would protect this abbey beer recipe for future generations. Today, our Master Brewer, Jef Versele continues to uphold this promise in every bottle brewed.

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It’s no secret that St. Stefanus pairs beautifully with all kinds of cuisine. But it makes for an extremely versatile ingredient too, adding a touch of richness and sophistication that you can’t find anywhere else. Try adding St. Stefanus to your chicken stock in this delicious spiced pork cabbage parcels recipe – you won’t regret it. Ingredients 1 savoy cabbage 500g pork mince 1 large onion, diced 1 clove garlic, crushed/finely chopped 2tsp garam masala 1tsp thyme 1 handful of breadcrumbs 1 egg, beaten Salt and pepper 200ml chicken stock 200ml St. Stefanus Method Place a wide-based saucepan
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Ageing St. Stefanus Blonde opens up a world of possibilities when it comes to food pairing. Our unique Jerumanus yeast causes the flavours to develop until the moment you open the bottle, so different ages of the beer complement different dishes and ingredients. This cheesy tear and share bread takes full advantage of St. Stefanus’ ageing properties. After adding the simple garlic, mustard and onion butter, you can add a cheese of your choice depending on the age of your St. Stefanus. Ingredients For the garlic butter: 1 large onion, finely chopped 1 stick of butter, melted 2 garlic cloves,

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Because we brew our beer in small batches and let each one mature for at least three months, St. Stefanus is currently only sold in carefully selected places across the United States. Over time, our Belgian beer will arrive in new cities, so please check back regularly for updates.

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Please Note: St. Stefanus Belgian abbey beer is currently available in London, Lyon and Paris.

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