The village of "La Gleize" takes its name from the church whose presence is already attested in 1130. Over the centuries, the village changed its name to Glezia, Lesglize, Glexhe and finally "La Gleize". At the heart of the village, the church overlooks a square in the top of a hill surrounded by a stone wall, and invites pilgrims to spiritual elevation. This is to honor the village and its church one beer "Glezia Tradition" was brought to the baptismal font in 2014.
The Glezia is a strong Belgian beer (9% alc.) Spicy taste, combining finesse and character. His color with ruby reflections gives it a special elegance that will charm the most discerning palate. Its subtle perfume evokes the sweetness of life and invites to escape.