A very difficult beer to stock, even for us. The smell is similar to the 8, though you’ll pobably notice some alcohol too, and a bit more dried fruit. The taste is a parade: malts, dried fruit, some berries, banana, chocolate, with a clear alcohol presenc
This Trappist beer finds its origins in the pre-war bottled beer destined for the sick and infirm. But further back, 1899 was the year that first saw the monks of Saint-Remy in Rochefort light the fire under their kettles, in their new, small brewery. The
The aroma is more caramel maltiness, as well as some spice and dried fruit. Taste is complex, malt followed by something floral or fruity, a hint of the hops and then a lovely malt/alcohol finish. Incredibly drinkable for a 9% beer.
Style: Belgian Ston