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Westmalle

About Westmalle

The Trappists of Westmalle remain the ultimate guardians of their beer. By keeping their brewing artisanal in philosophy, flexibility is preserved. For example, the brewer will dose the hops by hand, if required. Or if the hop bells have been part-damaged by frost, he will not use them.

It was in 1848 that Westmalle strode firmly onto its path to beer greatness, when a genuine brewer joined the ranks: Ignatius van Ham. The fathers now started to sell their beer, following the example set by fellow Trappists of Chimay. The brewing of refectory beer for the monks’ own use commenced in 1856. In those days, the beer came from wooden barrels stored in the cellars, and was poured into jugs to be served in the refectory. But the wily monks of Westmalle were already selling their stalwart brews at the gates of the abbey.

Beers from Westmalle

Westmalle Trappist Extra
Style:
Table Beer
Size:
330ML
ABV:
4.8%
Price:
£3.90
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