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The beer was born when Antoine Bosteels happened to browse through a publication from the local Dendermonde historical society on the subject of breweries that had disappeared from the area. His eye fell on the ancient recipe, dated 1679, from the former Carmelite abbey in Dendermonde. The law courts now stand on the site of this ancient abbey. But Bosteels use more or less the same historic proportions of barley, wheat and oats to perfect their ‘three grains’ beer.