The Old House. Sheffield.: 10 things trappist →
10 things you should know about trappist beers and breweries. Very nice post by @TheOldHouse.
The abbey of Saint Sixtus of Westvleteren |... →
Long review of a Westvleteren tasting at “In De Vrede”.
.: The World's Greatest Beer - Trappist Brew Taste... →
At this point of the evening I am drunkenly and incoherently rambling about plans for a trip to Europe visiting all of the monasteries and obtaining case after case of the World’s Greatest Beer. Great idea… to get nicer tasting glasses! :)
The Ruling Glass Beer Review: Orval Trappist Ale... →
Orval pours out of the bottle a hazy tawny with a big, fluffy creamy colored head. The aroma is sour with notes of cherry, oak, white grape, nectarine, peasant bread, yeast, cedar and hints of citrus and gala apple. A good reminder to age your Orvals and taste them at multiple stages of maturation.