PolyBEER beer types and classifications - Abbey Abbey beers (Bières d"Abbaye or Abdijbier) are either produced by breweries under an arrangement with an extant monastery that does not meet all of the criteria for a Trappist brewery; or branded with the name of a defunct or fictitious abbey by a commercial brewer; or given a vaguely monastic branding, without mentioning a specific monastery, by a commercial brewer. Abbey beers can be in a number of styles, but often include dubbels and tripels, the most recognizable and distinctive Trappist styles. Some beer writers warn against assuming that closeness of connection with a real monastery is indicative of quality of product.

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Grand Cru

Abbaye des Rocs Grand Cru has a rich, complex fruit aroma of cherries, golden raisins, peaches, and assorted dried fruit, laced with honey and caramel. Smooth, rich flavors reminiscent of cherries dipped in caramel, finishing with notes of dried chocolate,...

Price $94.20 - 24 x 1 bottle(330 mL)