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Touches of red this mahogany coloured Trappist ale brings dark chocolate, licorice and rich fruit scents to the nose. The full bodied mouth experience brings a gentle balance of pepper, dark chocolate and hints of fig which run into a warm and dry finish.
Britain's first official Trappist ale, Tynt Meadow, was released in 2018 to widespread acclaim. Unlike its more famous continental Trappist cousins, Tynt Meadow is not so much a Belgian style beer, but is a strong dark ale with a deeply English character. The beer is brewed with English barley and hops and features an English strain of yeast. It goes through two fermentation processes, once in the tank and once in the bottle.
Tynt Meadow should be enjoyed with dark chocolate desserts, fruit cakes or spiced puddings. Figs and cheeses such a double Gloucester are fantastic pairings.
Founded in 1835 in Leicestershire, Mount Saint Bernard Abbey, would become the first permanent monastery to be founded in England since the desolation of the monasteries under Henry VIII. The only Trappist monastery to be found in the British isles, for a long time it practised animal husbandry, producing milk to sustain themselves. However with the turn of the millennium it became clear that the monks needed to find new avenues of income and inspired by their Trappist brethren they began studying the arts of brewing. From this labour came the now famous Tynt Meadow brew which receives the stamp of approval from the drinkers of Belgium and the Netherlands where it is very popular and whose sophisticated palates are difficult to please.
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