Pours hazy brown with a large tan head. Dark fruits, muscavado sugar and yeast on the nose with caramel, raisin and toffee notes on the palate. Outstanding.
|Style||Trappist Strong Dark Ale|
During the summer of 1850, a small group of monks established themselves on the wild plateau of Scourmont near Chimay. Around the monastery a farm, a brewery, and a cheese plant came to be.
Scourmont Abbey has developed various economic activities, permitting the growth of regional employment.
This non-profit foundation was created in 1996 upon the initiative of the monastic community of Scourmont Abbey.
Desiring to separate its monastic vocation from the economic preoccupations generated by the development of the enterprises that they have taken upon themselves (brewery, cheese factory, inn, etc.), the Community of Scourmont monks then established the Foundation for the activities of their companies.