Dark, reddish-brown Trappist beer that is rich in taste. It is a living beer that undergoes secondary fermentation in the bottle. It was first brewed for consumption around 1836 by the Trappist Monks of Westmalle Abbey. A Trappist beer is different to an Abbey beer and can be identified by the “Authentic Trappist Product” logo.- Learn more about Westmalle Brewery
For the monks of Westmalle, a life of work is equally as important as a life of prayer. Luckily for us, the brewing
of beer has been a staple part of the former! It has been a ‘trappist’ abbey for almost 200 years, first brewing delicious beer for the monks themselves before launching commercially around WWI. You can be sure their beer is among the best; throughout its whole history, it has stuck to five simple ingredients: water, hops, malt, yeast and sugar.