- Trappist beers

9.0 % Alc.


Chimay Blue beer is an authentic Trappist beer, brewed within the walls of a Trappist monastery, under the control and responsibility of the monastic community, which is involved in the entire process of brewing the beer. The bulk of the income generated by this activity is used to cover the needs of the community and social work. + info

10.0 % Alc.


Chimay 150 is a strong, blond, refreshing and fruity beer, tasty and intense. Its aromas of mint, bergamot, lime and eucalyptus are enhanced with a touch of invigorating ginger. Its smooth, rounded body and smoky, spicy flavor is typical of Chimay beers. Brewed with Saaz and Hallertau Mittelfr├╝h hops, a secret spice is added to produce this unique flavor. + info

7.0 % Alc.


Chimay Rouge is a superb roasted beer. Brewed by the Cistercian monks of Scourmont Abbey, it is a Trappist beer. Chimay Rouge is a Belgian Trappist beer with 7% ABV. It is a type of black beer, dubbel style, with a sweet and fruity aroma. The 75cl Chimay Rouge bottle is called Premi├Ęr.


Chimay’s Triple de Chimay beer is the abbey’s newest beer and is labeled “Cinq Cents” on the 750 ml bottle. Of a golden color, Trappist beer combines sweet and bitter taste in an unusual balance. This traditional Belgian beer is best enjoyed when it is cool, at a temperature of between 6 and 8 ┬░C (43 and 46 ┬░F). . + info

8.0 % Alc.

6.2 % Alc.


Orval is a Trappist tasting beer, with a characteristic orange color and an unmistakable aromatic nose. Brewed at Orval Abbey(Abbaye d’Orval), in Belgium, by its monks for centuries, it is a beer with an intense hop aroma that reveals a slight acidity and gains flavor when left to mature in the cellar for several years. + info

11.3 % Alc.


A black, authentic Trappist beer, mashed and bottled on the grounds of Saint-Remy Abbey in Rochefort, with an undeniable artisanal character. Brewed only with natural products: spring water, barley malt, hops, sugar. The yeast ensures fermentation. With secondary fermentation in bottle. It releases all its flavor when served at a temperature between 12 and 14 degrees. It is the most robust of the three Rocheforts, very dark, with dense and creamy foam. Intense, sweet and coffee aromas. Strong flavor too, somewhat bitter, with hints of fruit, nuts and spices. + info

7.5 % Alc.


Trappistes Rochefort 6 is a Trappist strong ale, double fermented. Reddish color and amber tones, soft body, earthy and herbal flavors. Quite dense, opaque and with yeast sediments in suspension. The foam crown formed is approximately one finger thick. On the nose, notes of caramel and a yeasty herb are rounded by a slightly bitter taste. + info

9.2 % Alc.


Trappistes Rochefort 8, also known as “La Speciale”, is an authentic Trappist beer that began to be brewed seasonally at Christmas and whose rapid success led to its permanent commercialization. This Strong Dark Ale has sweet and spicy aromas and a flavor with notes of chocolate and caramelized malt. + info

11.3 % Alc.


Trappistes Rochefort Triple Extra is a top-fermented Trappist lager with secondary fermentation in bottle in the Belgian Triple style. This beer is the first new product in 65 years in the Rochefort catalog, which has been lacking a blonde beer to accompany Rochefort 6, Rochefort 8 and Rochefort 10. The brewery of the Notre-Dame de Saint-Remy monastery has revived the recipe for a lager that was first brewed in 1920 in cask form and permanently removed from its catalog in 1923. This beer is smooth, sweet and slightly bitter. It is distinguished by its purple cap. + info

7.0 % Alc.


Beer with Trappist denomination of origin, 7% alcohol, top fermentation, with secondary fermentation in bottle. Dark beer, brewed with natural ground water, roasted malt, own yeast, hops and brown sugar. Fruity and caramelized aroma, a pronounced roasted malt and somewhat sweet palate. It is the best example of a beer that calls for an aperitif to accompany it.

9.5 % Alc.


Westmalle Tripel is an authentic Belgian Trappist beer with a golden color and a creamy, complex flavor. It is brewed with a careful selection of hops that give it its characteristic aroma and fruity flavor, and with the original 1956 yeast. The candy sugar used for fermentation allows a higher alcohol content to be achieved. A second fermentation is carried out in the bottle.

10.2 % Alc.


The Brouwerij der Sint-Sixtusabdij Abbey is the smallest abbey in Belgium. It was founded in 1831 and 7 years later began to produce its first beers. The famous trappist beer Westvleteren 12 stands out for its great complexity of aromas and for that reason it is recognized as one of the best beers in the world. The flavors combined with a solid alcohol content leave a lasting aftertaste that you will love. Very dark brown color, close to black. Fruity scents such as plums, figs and raisins stand out.

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