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It is located in the Flemish Ardennes, about 5 km north of the city of Antwerp. The village was founded in 1240 by monks from Westmalle Abbey, who were granted land there by John I, Duke of Brabant. The monks built a church and a brewery which became famous for its beer (Trappist). In 1836 they built an abbey next to it. The current buildings date mostly from after World War II when much damage had been done during the war years. Westmalle has two museums: one dedicated to brewing and one dedicated to religious art. It also has a Trappist cheese factory that produces cheeses under license for sale at their own shop as well as other outlets around Belgium including supermarkets such as Delhaize/Super de Boer .