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Natoye Peace Brewery :

Our 1st beer saw the light in 2009.
After finishing 4th at the brewing country beer competition in 2010, it dawned on us that we were well on our way to brewing a tasty and high-quality beer.
Thanks to the technical knowledge and skill of our engineer and the steep learning curve of our brewmaster, we have now evolved into a full-fledged nano brewery.
In 2020, we started building a new brewery that will hopefully be declared 'food safe' in the same year.

De Brouwerij: Over ons
De Brouwerij: Ons team
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The target

Of course, creating and offering our beer continues
to individuals our calling!

After obtaining the necessary approvals from food and Excise, we venture even our local projects: r estaurants and cafes nearby, local farm stores
  and social projects.
 

Why not an artisanal beer instead of the traditional cookie sale?

Also for a sports club, culture council, wedding party or group of friends... For everyone who wants it, a beer can be brewed to your own taste.
 

This is always an artisanal, personalized product , so not a standard beer where only the label is adjusted.
 

From 35 liters (+/- 5 containers) in bottles of 0.33cl or 0.75cl.

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Durability :

Sustainability and therefore the lowest possible ecological footprint is very important to us. That is why we try to take this into account in various areas.

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Sustainable building materials

Our brewery is built entirely by ourselves with as much respect for nature as possible. Icynene instead of pure, wood structure instead of concrete and brick, wood without chemical preservation, bio-ecological wall finishing (larch), ...

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Renewable energy

A large part of the investment goes to good insulation (icynene). The brewing installation works on electricity that is generated by our solar panels. Our brewing installation is equipped with a steam hat and insulation jacket to save a lot of energy.

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Water

To pour a nice pint of beer, you need 75 liters of water . That seems enormous, but it is much less than coffee (130 l per cup) or milk (210 l per glass).

On average, brewing itself produces a consumption of +/- 6 liters of H2O / liter of beer.

In our brewery we are at +/- 2.8 l H2O per l beer. The cooling is done with rainwater and we are looking for spring water as the basis for our beer.

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Raw materials

We use organic malt as malt. More expensive, but more sustainable and healthier. We use hops as much as possible from local producers or our own garden ...

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Verpakking

Ook voor onze verpakkingsmaterialen doen we er alles aan om er duurzaam mee om te spingen.  Wij kiezen voor FSC en gerecycleerd karton en geen plastic!, Geen bedrukkingen dus zo weinig mogelijk inkt. 
En ook hier is lokaal voor ons belangrijk en werken we samen met Atelier 85, een bedrijf voor Aangepast Werk (B.A.W.) te Florennes.

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eco-brouwerij ?
 

Onze ultieme droom is een nano - eco - brouwerij.. Onze eerste stappen zijn gezet. In samenwerking met 'la ferme  de Sacré Coeur' wordt onze bierbostel gebruikt als veevoeder !

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