Traditional art of brewing from the Belgian Trappist monastery, refined to perfection.
Here comes the masterpiece of Rochefort. Chestnut brown in color and diversely complex in flavor. Distinct nuances of plum, raisin and black currant combine in this beer with notes reminiscent of wine and liqueur. One of the flagships of Belgian Trappist beers, considered among connoisseurs as one of the best beers ever and quite dares to compare with the touched Westvleteren XII. This Quadrupel may well be drunk a little warmer.
The Rochefort 10 is wonderfully suited as a food pairing to hearty dishes with spicy, dark sauces. It also goes very well with spicy cheeses. And our secret tip: Try this Quadrupel once with a not too sweet chocolate with salt crystals!
|Ingredients:||Water, BARLEY MALT, Sugar, Hops, Yeast|
|Brewery:||Trappistes Rochefort, Abbaye N.-D. De Saint-Remy, 5580 Rochefort, Belgium|
|ABV (% ALCOHOL):||11,3|
|Drinking Temperature (in °C):||10-13°|
|goes well with:||Beef, Game Meats, Strong Cheese, Sweet Desserts and Chocolate, As a Digestif, Heavy Dishes|
|Aroma||Berries, Caramel, Dried Fruits|
|Taste||intensive, Complex, Malt, Raisins, dry|