La Trappe Quadrupel is a strong, dark amber-colored top fermentation beer. It has a full, rich and warming flavor and it is slightly bitter, with hints of chocolate and toffee. It has an alcohol content of 10.0%.
Serving temperature: 8-12 °C
La Trappe is the only beer on this site that is not Belgian. It is brewed in Berkel-Enschot, in the Netherlands at brewery de Koningshoeven. This is a brewery inside the walls of the local Trappist abbey, nicknamed “De Schaapskooi”. The brewing tradition at this monastery dates back to 1884. The brand La Trappe, containing a large range of top-fermented beers was introduced in 1958. La Trappe has by far the largest product range of all Trappist abbeys, with no less than 8 different beers. The most famous ones are this La Trappe Quadrupel, the more common La Trappe Tripel and La Trappe Isid’or, a light amber colored beer that was launched for the 125th anniversary of the abbey.