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The name of the beer was chosen in homage to Germaine Slutte, a famous Jettoise woman who died in 1968 in New York, and whose extraordinary history is still the subject of much research to this day by two Jettois passionate about history: Marcel Verdoeft and André Gebeurtenis.


Follow,'post' after'post', the fabulous story of Germaine Slutte...

At the age of 21, the elegant curves of Germaine Slutte inspired the designers of the 40s who made her one of the famous "pin-up girls" that we find on the calendars and advertisements of the time. They symbolize the perfect combination between the "girl next door" and the "girl of your dreams" ... an irresistible seductress!

“Unconditional Surrender” is the name of the statue in the Port of San Diego CA that reminds us of the end of World War II.

Let us close the celebrations of the 75th anniversary of the Battle of the Bulge by remembering the lives sacrificed for our freedom, and particularly the boy-friend of Germaine Slutte (aged 24 at the time), a pilot in the US Navy, who rests in the Henri-Chapelle cemetery, 3 km from the brewery that produces the World Best IPA Specialty 2019!

According to the latest research, Germaine Slutte joined THE SCHOOL OF THE AMERICAN BALLET in 1935, at the age of 15, under the direction of Georges Balanchine.

The aim of the school was the development of a national ballet, corresponding to the famous Russian ballet, but of an essentially American character, mobilizing the talents of American artists, dealing with uniquely American themes, creating an American tradition. This school (SAB) still exists today. Germaine would she have embarked on an artistic career? Research continues ...

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