La Trappe – Berkel-Enschot, Netherlands

La Trappe Trappist

Abdij Onze Lieve Vrouw van Konigshoeven

Puur – A light, hoppy beer of 4.7% ABV brewed with organic ingredients that was created in 2010.

Witte – A Belgian-style white ale brewed with wheat and Saphir hops containing 5.5% ABV.  No spices are used.  First brewed in 2003.

Blond – An Abbey-style blond ale of 6.5% ABV.

Dubbel – A traditional Abbey Double with 7% ABV

Tripel – An 8% ABV triple brewed using coriander and other spices.

Quadrupel – A 10% Strong Dark Ale and La Trappe’s most famous beer, introduced in 1991.

Oak-Aged  – This is a new project that started in 2009 in which La Trappe ages their quad in oak barrels.  Each batch is labeled on the bottle.  You can see what variety of oak barrels were used by going to their batch registry.

Bockbier – A seasonal offering that hearkens back to an older recipe that was brewed at Konigshoeven.  A 7% ABV dark, bockbier. Reintroduced in 2004.

Isid’or – A 7.5% ABV beer created in 2009 on the 125th anniversary of the brewery.  It was named after brother Isidorus, the first brewing monk of Konigshoeven.

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