Elaboration of Chimay Azul 1.5L
Chimay Azul 1.5L
- Appearance: Dark red color.
- Aroma: Aroma of roasted malt and spices. It highlights the aroma of fresh yeast with a pleasant underlying floral tone.
- Body / Flavor: It is dry, it has notes of fresh yeast and malt, it is relatively dry and with hints of caramel. It has the typical strong character of beer and a slight floral touch that is pleasant on the palate.
TYPE OF FERMENTATION: It has been produced since 1862 in Scourmont Abbey in Belgium, inside the monastery under the supervision and control of the monastic community. The beer is made with a high fermentation and can be consumed at 10 to 12 ° C and can also be consumed at room temperature to appreciate its aromas and flavors.
TYPE OF BEER: Trappist style.
The Cistercian monks at work put the same effort for perfection as they put into their life of prayer and study. Over time the monastery has developped a true art of brewing and cheese making at the Abbey of Scourmont in Chimay. What would the Trappist beers and cheeses of Chimay be without the long monastic tradition, which had made its authentic flavor? You need to know a little history to understand the spirit that inspired these monks for centuries ...More about the Brand