The only non-Trappist brewing abbey in Belgium is a Cistercian Abbaye du Val-Dieu (Valley of God) which dates from 1216. This monastery is near village of Aubel, in the region known for Herve cheese, between the Belgian city of Liege, the Dutch city of Maastricht and the German city of Aachen.
The brewery is located on the abbey ground and offers three main products Val-Dieu Blond 6% alc./vol., Val-Dieu Brown 8% alc./vol. and Val-Dieu Triple 9% alc./vol. ale based on the original recipe perfected centuries ago by the abbey monks. Available in 11.2 fl. oz. bottles and 25.4 fl. oz., Triple also comes in 50.8 fl. oz. (1.5 L Magnum), and 101.6 fl. oz. (3L Jeroboam) champagne bottles. All ales are bottle conditioned, unfiltered and unpasteurized. Also available in 30L kegs.