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This strong dark Quadrupel ale brings a rich nose full of figs and plums with hints of bitter chocolate, malt, brandy and caramelised brown sugar. The body brings with it chocolate, plums, cherries and bitter coffee, touches of nutmeg and fresh orange can be felt.
Rochefort 10 was originally developed in the late 40s and early 50s and appears on virtually every list of the worlds finest beers. Should be served between 8°-14°C.
To be enjoyed with lamb shanks in juniper berries, wild mushrooms, truffles or dishes with intensely reduced saurces.
Around the year 1230 the count of Rochefort founded hey Cistercian nunnery called Secours de Notre-Dame. Since then the monastery has been repeatedly destroyed by various Protestant armies. in 1595 the first Brewery was established, however, this did not stop the abbey from falling into ruin during the catastrophes of the 17th century. during the French revolutionary period the abbey was completely destroyed in around the year 1805 when it became a farm. The monks of Achel, another famous Trappist monastery which recently stopped producing Trappist beer, bought the farm with the abbey ruins in 1887 restoring them to their original use and raising new buildings. Although a new Brewery was soon established it would not be until 1952 that it would produce enough beer for it to go on sale. With 400 years of experience brewing, Rochefort Trappist beers are considered to be among the best Belgian beers in the world.
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