Abbaye Notre-Dame de Saint-Rémy

Rochefort, Belgium

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  • Saint-Rémy Trappistes 10

    Quadrupel · 11.3% ABV

    Dark color, full and very impressive taste. Strong plum, raisin, and black currant palate, with ascending notes of vinousness and other complexities.
  • Saint-Rémy Trappistes 10 2008

    Quadrupel · 11.3% ABV

    The top product from the Rochefort Trappist brewery. Dark color, full and very impressive taste.
  • Saint-Rémy Rochefort

    Quadrupel · 11.3% ABV

    Dark color, full and very impressive taste. Strong plum, raisin, and black currant palate, with ascending notes of vinousness and other complexities.
  • Saint-Rémy Trappistes 10 2004

    Quadrupel · 11.3% ABV

    The top product from the Rochefort Trappist brewery. Dark color, full and very impressive taste...
  • Saint-Rémy Rochefort 6

    Belgian Strong Ale · 7.5% ABV

    Reddish-brown color with amber-gold highlights; soft body leads to earthy flavors and an herbal character.
  • Saint-Rémy Rochefort 8

    Belgian Strong Ale · 9.2% ABV

    Deep brown color; the flavor is vigorous and complex, with firm body to support the strength. The aroma has elusive notes of fresh fruit, spice, leather & figs.
  • Saint-Rémy Trappistes 8 2006

    Belgian Strong Ale · 9.2% ABV

    The lower gravity cousin to Rochefort 10.
  • Saint-Rémy Trappist 6

    Belgian Strong Ale · 7.5% ABV

    This beer, the oldest of the three Rochefort Trappist beers, has the reddish colour of autumn leaves, a soft body and an earthy, herbal palate.
  • Saint-Rémy Rochefort 10 2011

    Quadrupel · 11.3% ABV

    The heaviest of the Rochefort beers, the 10 is a quadrupel style beer and can be recognized by its blue label.
  • Saint-Rémy Rochefort 10 2011

    Quadrupel · 11.3% ABV

    Reddish-brown colour. The top product from the Rochefort Trappist brewery. Dark color, full and very impressive taste...
  • Saint-Rémy Rochefort #12

    Quadrupel · 11.3% ABV

    The top product from the Rochefort Trappist brewery. Dark color, full and very impressive taste...
  • Saint-Rémy Trappistes 8 2004

    Belgian Strong Ale · 9.2% ABV

    The lower gravity cousin to Rochefort 10.
  • Saint-Rémy Rochefort #8 2011

    Belgian Strong Ale · 9.2% ABV

    The lower gravity cousin to Rochefort 10. Nicknamed "Spéciale" (’The Special’), this beer is the most recent production...
  • Saint-Rémy Trappistes 6 2006

    Belgian Strong Ale · 7.5% ABV

    Oldest, brewed in a very empirical way until after the Second World war. Before 1958, conditioned only in 1/3 and 3/4 L bottles.
  • Saint-Rémy Trappistes 8 2007

    Quadrupel · 9.2% ABV

    Deep copper color, poured with a 1-2″ head, which subsided after about a minute. Had a slightly shy, fruit-salady nose...
  • Saint-Rémy Rochefort 6 2007

    Quadrupel · 7.5% ABV

    Reddish colour, almost like autumn leaves, very consistent texture with a slightly spicy aroma and an intense taste of caramel, fruit, and hints of raisins...
  • Saint-Rémy Rochefort 6 2011

    Quadrupel · 7.5% ABV

    Reddish colour, brewed only about once per year, representing approximately 1% of total beer production.
  • Saint-Rémy Rochefort 8 2008

    Quadrupel · 9.2% ABV

    Yellowish-brown colour, with a more pronounced aroma, more fruits and a slight amount of Demi-Sec. This variety constitutes the largest proportion of production.
  • Saint-Rémy Rochefort 8 2011

    Quadrupel · 9.2% ABV

    Yellowish-brown colour, with more fruits and a slight amount of Demi-Sec. This variety constitutes the largest proportion of production. The lower gravity cousin to Rochefort 10.
  • Saint-Rémy Rochfort #8

    Belgian Strong Ale · 9.2% ABV

    The Rochefort 8 has a more tawny colour & a more pronounced aroma, w/ an even richer fruitiness & a little more spiced dryness.
  • Saint-Rémy Trappist 6 Light

    Belgian Strong Ale · 7.5% ABV

    This beer, the oldest of the three Rochefort Trappist beers, has the reddish colour of autumn leaves, a soft body and an earthy, herbal palate (a hint of Darjeeling tea), which develops into a deep...
  • Saint-Rémy Trappistes 8 2016

    Belgian Strong Ale · 9.2% ABV

    The Rochefort 8 has a more tawny colour and a more pronounced aroma, with an even richer fruitiness (a slight undertone of fig?).
  • Saint-Rémy Trappistes Rochefort Tripel Extra

    Tripel · 8.1% ABV

    Moelleuse et avec un corps bien prononcé comme le sont nos classiques 6–8-10, la Triple Extra se distingue par sa couleur blond doré, ses notes d’agrumes et son parfum épicé...
  • Saint-Rémy Rochefort 10 2005

    Quadrupel · 11.3% ABV

    The top product from the Rochefort Trappist brewery. Dark color, full and very impressive taste...
  • Saint-Rémy Rochefort 10 2016

    Belgian Strong Ale · 11.0% ABV

    Dominant impressions of latte coffee with powerful chocolate aromas in the nose. The alcohol esters are enveloped with hints of autumn wood, citrus zest (orange, lemon) and freshly baked biscuits...
  • Saint-Rémy Rochefort 8 2002

    Quadrupel · 9.2% ABV

    The lower gravity cousin to Rochefort 10. Yellowish-brown colour, with more fruits and a slight amount of Demi-Sec.
  • Saint-Rémy Rochefort 8 2009

    Quadrupel · 9.2% ABV

    Pours a medium brown with some red. A pretty healthy amount of carbonation but not much head. There is a pretty healthy amount of floaties and debris. Aroma of fruit and alcohol...
  • Saint-Rémy Rochefort 8 2014

    Belgian Strong Ale · 9.2% ABV

    This beer has more tawny colour and a more pronounced aroma, with an even richer fruitiness and a little more spiced dryness,
  • Saint-Rémy Trappistes 8

    Belgian Strong Ale · 9.2% ABV

    Originally this beer was only brewed for New Year's Eve celebrations. Due to the overwhelmingly success, the monks decided to brew it on a regular basis...
  • Saint-Rémy Trappistes 8 2008

    Belgian Strong Ale · 9.2% ABV

    The Rochefort 8 has a more tawny colour and a more pronounced aroma, with an even richer fruitiness and a little more spiced dryness.

About the brewery

Essential raw materials that go into the production of beer were water, barley malt, sugar, hops and yeast. Water, raw material extremely important in quantity and quality, comes directly from the source Tridaine. This source is fed by groundwater located near the abbey. Any chemical, physical or other is applied to the water naturally pure. As for the yeast, it is carefully guarded and preserved at the abbey. This is what will allow the conversion of sugars into alcohol. This yeast has mutated over time, became unique to the brewery and has its own strain.

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