Brewed and bottled within the walls of the Abbey of Saint-Remy in Rochefort
The "Trappistes Rochefort" is a brown ale. It is brewed and bottled within the walls of the Abbey of Saint-Remy in Rochefort. The modest dimensions of this brewery enable the Trappist monks and their collaborators to perfectly control production. Its artisan nature is particularly appreciated by more discerning palates. This beer contains only natural products; spring water, malt barley, hops, sugar. Yeast ensures the fermentation. Fermented again in the bottle, the Trappistes Rochefort releases its essence when it is served in an original glass at a temperature between 12 to 14°C.
Now it’s up to you personally to appreciate the special taste of the various Trappist beers!
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Trappistes Rochefort 8
”Rochefort 8,” the newest addition to the line, dates from 1955. Originally this beer was only brewed for New Year’s Eve celebrations. “Rochefort 8” begins with a density of 20.8º Plato and reaches a final 9.2% ABV. Masculine in character, it lends itself best to being enjoyed among friends! Due to the overwhelming success of this beer, the monks decided around 1960 to brew it on a regular basis. Sometimes this beer is also referred to as the “Special.”
Trappistes Rochefort 10
”Rochefort 10” begins with a density of 24.5º Plato and ultimately reaches 11.3% ABV. This lovely beer has to be drunk with measure! It is often called the “Marvelous.”