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  • Achel Blond
  • Achel Blond

    Trappist tripel ale

    Achel, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Launched in 2001, Achel Blond has rekindled this Trappist monastry’s proud brewing heritage, which had been dormant for some 75 years. The beer pours golden orange with a slight yeast haze. Pleasant citrus and pear come through on the aroma, while the honey and bready malt flavours are balanced by a spicy, dry finish. Perhaps more akin to a saison than a traditional Trappist tripel.
    FOOD & BEER: Matches particularly well with grilled mackerel and sardines. Try also with firm white fish such as monkfish.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottle (8% abv)
  • Achel Bruin
  • Achel Bruin

    Trappist Dubbel Ale

    Achel, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Smooth caramel sweetness dominates in this delightful dubbel from the newest Belgian Trappist brewery, at the Abbey of Saint Benedict. With lots of dried fruit and Christmas cake aroma and a rich finish with hints of dark caramel, this beer is surprisingly refreshing.
    FOOD & BEER: Fantastic with hard cheeses, rich stews and red meat.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 30ml bottle (8% abv)
  • Chimay Blue
  • Chimay Blue

    TRAPPIST DOUBLE ALE

    Hainaut, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Luxuriant dark malts and caramel combine with fragrant aroma hops to produce this classic Trappist double ale. Deep brown in colour, when poured slowly it produces a large and stable off-white head. Very well balanced, yet at 9% abv Chimay Blue packs a deceptively powerful punch. This beer is best savoured slowly. 
    FOOD & BEER: Chimay Blue has the character to stand up to rich beef or venison stews. Also matches well with chocolate desserts.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml (9% abv)
  • Chimay Cinq Cents
  • Chimay Cinq Cents

    Trappist Ale

    Hainaut, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Nicknamed "Cinq Cents", this beer is the Chimay tripel (white) in a Champagne bottle. Chimay White is a very rewarding Trappist triple, with a fragrant aroma of Muscat grapes, raisins and green apples, followed by a sweet malt body balanced by assertive hop bitterness. 
    FOOD & BEER: Brilliant with white meat, creamy sauces and shellfish
    BEER INFORMATION: 12 x 750ml bottles (8% abv)
  • Chimay Grand Reserve
  • Chimay Grand Reserve

    Trappist Double Ale

    Hainaut, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Chimay Blue in a large champagne corked bottle - great for sharing or cellar ageing.
    FOOD & BEER:
    BEER INFORMATION: 12 x 750ml bottle (9% abv)
  • Chimay Premiere
  • Chimay Premiere

    Trappist Ale

    Hainaut, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Chimay Red in a large Champagne style bottle – the same gorgeous Belgian double in a bottle perfect for sharing and cellar ageing.
    FOOD & BEER: Matches up perfectly with slow roasted pork and casseroled chicken, and is also the ideal parry to strong hard cheeses.
    BEER INFORMATION: 12 x 750ml bottle (7% abv)
  • Chimay Red
  • Chimay Red

    TRAPPIST AMBER ALE

    Hainaut, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: This attractive copper beer was the first beer brewed by the Trappist fathers of the Notre-Dame de Scourmont Abbey at Chimay back in 1862. At 7% abv, it is eminently drinkable, with a silky mouthfeel, sweet fruit aroma and a pleasant bitter hop finish. Somehow, just one never seems enough!
    FOOD & BEER: Matches up perfectly with slow roasted pork and casseroled chicken, and is also the ideal parry to strong hard cheeses.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml (7% abv)
  • Chimay White
  • Chimay White

    TRAPPIST TRIPLE ALE

    Hainaut, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Chimay White is a very rewarding Trappist triple, with a fragrant aroma of Muscat grapes, raisins and green apples, followed by a sweet malt body balanced by assertive hop bitterness.
    FOOD & BEER: Perfect accompaniment to firm white fish such as cod or monkfish. Also stands up well to oily fish such as mackerel.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottles (8% abv)
  • La Trappe Blond
  • La Trappe Blond

    TRAPPIST BLONDE ALE

    Koningshoeven, The Netherlands
    BEER NOTES: La Trappe was the first Trappist brewery to produce a blonde style beer. Rich gold in appearance with a creamy white head. Luxuriant pear and peach fruit aromas lead to a rounded sweet, butterscotch malt body, with a light bitter finish. 
    FOOD & BEER: La Trappe Blonde pairs well with roast chicken, prosciutto ham, grilled fish. Ideal partner to mussels a la biere.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml (6.5% abv)
  • La Trappe Dubbel
  • La Trappe Dubbel

    Trappist Ale

    Koningshoeven, The Netherlands
    BEER NOTES: Brewed by one of just two Trappist breweries in the Netherlands, La Trappe's wonderfully balanced, full-on Dubbel ale is rich and caramel-like with a soft bitter finish
    FOOD & BEER: Perfect with stews, roasts, hard cheese and sweet tomato sauces.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottle, 20 litre keg (7%)
  • La Trappe Quadruple
  • La Trappe Quadruple

    Trappist Ale

    BEER NOTES: Quadruple beers are the strongest of the Belgian styles, and La Trappe pack a lot of flavour in too. With aromas of banana, almond and vanilla that all make it to the flavour, it rounds out the beer with some smoky and burnt caramel flavours to make this a well balanced but still complex beer.
    FOOD & BEER: Perfect with hard cheeses, but also good with rich, sweet treats like spotted dick or fruitcake.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottle (10% abv)
  • La Trappe Tripel
  • La Trappe Tripel

    TRAPPIST TRIPLE ALE

    Koningshoeven, The Netherlands
    BEER NOTES: A rewarding honey-coloured triple from the only Trappist brewery in the Netherlands. Cloves, apple and banana aromas yield to a smooth sweet malt body with herbal yeasty notes, before a dry spicy finish of cardamom and cloves. 
    FOOD & BEER: Superb with poultry and pork, partcularly when served with rich cream based sauces.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml (8% abv)
  • Rochefort 10
  • Rochefort 10

    TRAPPIST QUADRUPLE ALE

    Rochefort, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: One of the best beers in the world and rightly revered as a Trappist masterpiece. Deep mahogany in colour, with a creamy head and an enticing aroma of raisin, cherry and figs. It's loaded with dark fruits, satisfying biscuity malt and caramel, before a sweet alcohol burn and a dry finish.
    FOOD & BEER: Exceptional with dark meats and rich stock based sauces. Also works well with sweet creamy desserts like tiramisu.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml (11.3% abv)
  • Rochefort 6
  • Rochefort 6

    Trappist Ale

    Rochefort, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Rochefort 6 is an amber strong ale, which pours a lovely copper colour and smells lightly of caramel and herbs. It is the driest of the three Rochefort beers but still has the deep fruit flavours that make the brewery so special, and the 6 makes a wonderful aperitif. 
    FOOD & BEER: Great with light roasted meats, as well as cured pork and other canapes.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottle (7.5% abv)
  • Rochefort 8
  • Rochefort 8

    TRAPPIST DUBBEL ALE

    Rochefort, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: A stunning beer from one of Belgium's six Trappist breweries. It pours deep caramel brown with a thick, off-white head. Rich fruit cake aroma, dark chocolate and full malt body backed by a warming alcohol mouthfeel. A superb Trappist ale to be enjoyed at a leisurely pace. 
    FOOD & BEER: A natural with beef casserole, venison and aged game, it also pairs beautifully with both creme brulee and creme caramel. Oh, and hard cheese.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml (9.2% abv)
  • Westmalle Dubbel
  • Westmalle Dubbel

    TRAPPIST DUBBEL ALE

    Westmalle, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Possibly the ultimate dubbel-style beer – rich and complex, dark malts combine beautifully with a full herbal, fruit aroma and a lingering hop finish. The deep reddish brown body is topped with a towering creamy crown, giving the beer an inviting appearance.
    FOOD & BEER: Will take on rich flavoured dark meat dishes. Its morish chocolately qualities make it a superb partner to rich chocolate or creamy desserts.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml, 30l keg (7% abv)
  • Westmalle Tripel
  • Westmalle Tripel

    TRAPPIST TRIPLE ALE

    Westmalle, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: First brewed in 1934, this classic beer is often referred to as the "mother of all triples", because it was the first golden abbey-style ale. Soft and creamy, it also has a fragrant citrus fruit aroma and a long dry finish – a complex combination that creates a beer with exceptional finesse. Gold medal winner at the 2012 World Beer Cup.
    FOOD & BEER: Matches well with fish and white meat, particularly in cream-based sauces. Also a great partner to charcuterie and cheese.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml (9.5% abv)