The Verhaeghe brewery is a small family company of the south of the Flanders Occidentale whose history goes up at the end of the 19th century. The Verhaeghe brewery is characterized by the mixing of its beers west-flandriennes from red color brown and always being done according to the authentic traditional method. "It is not the quantity, but the quality which counts. For several decades, the Verhaeghe brewery has received various prizes and distinctions in Belgium and abroad for its beers "Vichtenaar" and "Echt Kriek". The last creation of the brewery Verhaeghe, the "Duchess of Burgundy", is a red jewel ruby.

Duchesse de Bourgogne is a Flanders red ale -style beer produced by Brouwerij Verhaeghe in Vichte, Belgium. After a primary and secondary fermentation, this ale is matured in oak barrels for 18 months. The final product is a blend of a younger 8-month-old beer with an 18-month-old beer.  Like all Flemish red ales, Duchesse de Bourgogne has a characteristically sour, fruity flavor similar to that of Lambic beers.

 In addition, their range includes Vichtenaar (the most basic Flemish red of the brewery); Echt Kriekenbier (Vichtenaar with cherries added in to create a kriek style beer.)