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Belgian monks at the Grimbergen abbey are on the verge of brewing beer again after a break of more than 200 years.The abbey, founded in 1128, has been tied to commercial brewers since the 1950s when local brewer Maes asked the monks to use the Grimbergen name and emblem on its "abbey beer".About 1.5 million hectoliters of that brand are now produced globally, with Heineken unit Alken-Maes making and selling it in Belgium, while Carlsberg brews it largely in France for other markets. The abbey earns royalties.
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