in case of 1 piece (25 x 37 x25 (W x L x H in cm)
in case of 1 pallet (one way) : 120 x 100 x 158 (W x L x H in cm)
Viven Master IPA
Viven Master IPA has a hoppy taste with citrus. Bitter, with wider fruit nuances. Thick cap, amber appearance.
Viven, the art of flemish brewing
Viven was originally founded in 1999 by Willy De Lobel and was called Chapel of Viven, the blonde, and Monastery of Viven, the brown. The recipe was developed by Willy De Lobel. In the absence of a brewing plant, Willy wandered through the Flemish hinterland in search of professionals that could brew his recipe.
His journey ended when he found the brewery of Dirk Naudts, called “De Proefbrouwerij”. There Dirk and his staff continued to perfect the brewing process of Viven.
In 2003, Willy De Lobel decided it was time to pass on his demanding hobby, to a young and ambitious entrepreneur. In the little village of Sijsele, Willy found an enthusiastic successor in the person of Tony Traen, the son of the local liquor dealer Cyril Traen, who decided the beer was an enrichment for his company and has since taken on the job of carrying on the tradition.
Since then, Chapel of Viven has undergone several changes: a brand new look, an improved recipe for the Monastery of Viven and a new name. Chapel and Monastry of Viven were baptized Viven Blond and Viven Brown.
In 2009 the time was ripe for an expansion of the range Viven. The idea to apply our Flemish brewing art to non-Flemish beers haunted Tony and together with Dirk he developed the recipes of the promising Viven Ale, Viven Porter and Viven Imperial IPA. These exceptional beers, that would truly tempt any beer connoisseur, have been successfully launched onto the beer market in 2010, making them accessible to a wider audience of beer lovers.
Packaging & Shipping
The one way carton boxes are placed upon fumigated pallets that can carry uptil 1100 kg. All pallets are prepared for seaworthy transportation in a container. The product can be bought in any volume and or mixed with other products sold by Unibiere Int. Higher volumes have a benificial effect on the traditional overhead incurred by buying internationally.
We have experience in selling to a wide range of countries. Within Europe we only sell to registrated tax warehouses or registrered consignees.
We do not impose any minimum buying quantity theoretical we can start selling as of 1. However the overhead for this is high and can make a this single box a very expensive box. For this reason - as is normal in import business - most of our customers go for higher volumes, but as a customer this is your decision.
For practical and economical reasons we always advice our customers to go for a minimum of 1 pallet – which can be a mix of different beers stacked together on 1 pallet - but you are completely free to decide on this.
As the pallet needs to go for a long trip, (most of the times over sea) we also advice to make sure that the different layers of the pallet can be stacked in a stable way. This means that if you are ordering different types of beer it is advised that each layer of the pallet is comprised of similar sized boxes. (This can be the same beer, or different beers having similar sized boxes) But also in this, it is your choice, we give this as an advice, but are not imposing it.
With regards to our prices, we have an easy pricing mechanism : each product has a base price which is always applied for all customers. However – as there is less work involved in the warehouse - as soon as a customer orders a full pallet of the same product we can agree on a pallet discount for that specific product.
With regards to the inco terms and payment terms, we have very strict company policies. We apply the same terms for all our customers and do not make any exceptions on these. We always work ex works, invoice in euros and payment is done upfront or via L/C.
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