I blame an old school friend for this book. Two years ago, I published my first book, The Slab. I posted it on Facebook to try and sell a few books – […]
“This label serves the consumer by guaranteeing the origin of Trappist products according to the following well-defined criteria: Products which carry this label are produced within the walls of the monastery or […]
This Trappistes Rochefort 8, I’m sure I bought while I was still on Untappd, because I remember thinking, ‘‘I don’t think I’ve had that one before’’. And that’s usually a thought […]
1) I have never been able to spell ‘‘Westvleteren’’ without having to look it up. Not even once. I’ve even resorted to calling it ‘‘Westy’’ instead so as not to have to […]
The beer: Orval. Where did it come from?: I got it from Figtree Cellars, the only place in Wollongong that stocks it. But they originally come from Belgium. What’s it like?: It’s […]
Here’s a look at Chimay, the most-well known Trappist brewery.
Here’s an introduction to Trappist beers that is a little bit dumb. But also full of information for newcomers.
When it comes to Sierra Nevada beers, this is easily the most unusual- looking. Firstly, it comes under cork and features labelling to make it look way older than it really is. […]