Belle-Vue Gueuze PH Vandenstock Glass (vintage) 25 cl
Content-Size: 25 cl
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Unique vintage lambic glass.
A vintage glass can show some wear and tear, because it is actualy used! It is however in mint condition, un-, chipped, cracked or otherwise damaged.
Addtionnal Info on the brewery ( Source; Lambic.info )
Brasserie Belle-Vue has a long and sometimes controversial history of innovation, takeover, and survival among the lambic brewers and blenders. It was founded in 1913, by a café blender named Philémon Vandenstock (1886 – 1945). The owner of a bar in Brussels, Vandenstock, along with his wife, bought wort from various lambic breweries in the city and began blending fondgeuze for the establishment. Shortly after they began their blending business, World War I broke out leaving few resources to continue. Finally, in 1927, the Belle-Vue Café in Anderlecht became available. Vandenstock purchased the building as an outlet for his lambics; serving five other cafes in the area while also selling directly to customers. From 1927 onward, the blendery would market itself under the Belle-Vue name with a mention to Ph. Vandenstock usually visible somewhere on the branding