Bon Secours is brewed at the Caulier brewry at Péruwelz. The name Bon Secours comes from the village of Bonsecours, the site where the brewery’s history began in 1933 all thanks to Charles Caulier. This was the year in which the mineworker decided to change jobs and start selling beer instead. Bon Secours Brown is dark brown-red in colour and has a generous head. It has a fruity, malty aroma and a sweet, malty and caramelised taste.