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Buy Westvleteren Beer Online


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Buy Westvleteren Beer Online


In January, the Abbey started a pilot project in which the purchased beer is delivered to your home. This project is done on a small scale and is only available for delivery to registered customers who have their account address in Belgium.


During the next sales moment with collection of your order at the Abbey, you can purchase up to 4 crates of beer chosen from the 3 types of Trappist Westvleteren that are still available at that time, with a maximum of 2 crates per type.Questions about our services or the productView our frequently asked questions.


After logging in you will enter a waiting room. When it's your turn you can access the web store. While waiting, you can already browse and reserve other products that we sometimes offer in addition to our Trappist beers.


Buy Westvleteren 12 beer Online. The famous Belgian Trappist beer has been awarded several times the title of 'Best Beer in the World'. Three different beers are brewed in the Sint Sixtus abbey: the Westvleteren 12 (yellow cap), Wesvleteren 8 (Blue cap) and Westvleteren 6 Blond (green cap). The abbey is located in the municipality of Vleteren. The three beers are produced and sold in small quantities. Due to their international reputation, the demand is much bigger than the production, that is why these beers are so difficult to buy.You can keep the Westvleteren 12 & 8 for years if you store them vertically in a dark place, at temperatures between 12C and 16C (53F and 61F), with the time they will continue to ripen in the bottle, you better serve them at their storage temperature. The Westvleteren 6 blond can be served cooled, from the refrigerator. Don't keep the blond beer too long, it is only good for one year.


I have been lucky enough to purchase cases of these wonderful beers directly from the Abbey a few years ago, but typically, this is an extremely difficult task to accomplish these days (see official instructions on the Sint-Sixtus Abbey website) and often requires quite a bit of luck. Since buying from the Abbey is so difficult, and the monks do not allow their beer to be resold by others (and when it is resold by others, it is usually with a very hefty mark-up), how can you manage to get your hands on some for yourself


The beer is brewed by monks at the Sint-Sixtus Abbey in Westvleteren, in West Flanders, Belgium. Unlike other monasteries, Sint-Sixtus places has no commercial aspirations with their beer. They make and sell just enough to sustain their way of life.


For a significant portion of the 20th century, the Westvleteren monks contracted out their brewing. Another brewery, St. Bernardus, was founded for this purpose and used the Westvleteren ingredients and know-how to make their beer. However, in 1992, this ended because it was decided that only Trappist monks should brew Trappist beers.


St. Bernadus still exists and uses the recipes from the time they brewed Westvleteren beer to make their own beer, St. Bernardus 12. Some claim that this beer is identical to Westvleteren 12, but most agree that it is a distinct beer in the same style.


The caps contain all of the information about the beer, including the sell-by date stamped on the cap. Both the 8 and 12 can be aged, and many prefer it this way. The Westvletern monks do not recommend refrigerating their beers. Rather, these beers should be cooled in a cellar environment.


Both of us were able to get two six-packs of Westvleteren 12 in a paper box for 23 euros each (no discount for buying in bulk). We saw people with more beer (up to 24 Westvleteren 12 beers), but this is highly dependent on availability. You can reserve ahead online if you have a car that you know the license plate to.


They are very serious about the process, so if you do not follow it, you are not getting your beer. Most important, this is not possible with a car rental unless you know the license plate at the time of your reservation. They will only allow you to pick up the beer inside if the license plate matches.


The heaviest of the Westvleteren beers, the 12 is a quadrupel style beer, which can be recognized by its yellow cap. Like the other Westvleteren beers, the bottle does not have a label, and the cap, therefore, has all the required information.The Westvleteren 12 has always been rated high on beer reviews, and is by some considered to be the best beer in the world.Just as the other Westvleteren beers, it can only legally be purchased at the monastery (on appointment) or in the bar across the street. However, it often finds its way on the grey market where it's sold at high prices.


In addition to their monastic activities, the monks worked the fields around the abbey, made cheese..., to provide for their livelihood. Quite early on, beer was also brewed on a very small scale, not to sell but for personal consumption. The cash book of the Sint-Sixtus Abbey shows that in June 1838 the first expenses were made for a brewery.


Westvleteren Trappist 8 Blauw 33Cl is also quite popular for food pairing. Did you know that this brew is also popular during fall and Christmas. In addition to Westvleteren Trappist 8 Blauw 33Cl, Belgian Beer Factory offers 1400 Belgian beers and similar products.


Golden blond with a lasting white head, all flavors of a nice bitter hop, citrus fruit and flower bouquet, which alternate with each other through simplicity and strength with every soft bubble. Westvleteren Blond is blond in color and has a full foam head and a delicious aroma. We recommend using a matching glass for this beer.


Westvleteren Trappist 6 Groen 33Cl is also quite popular for food pairing. Did you know that this brew is also popular during fall and Christmas. In addition to Westvleteren Trappist 6 Groen 33Cl, Belgian Beer Factory offers 1400 Belgian beers and similar products.


St. Sixtus Abbey of Westvleteren, a Trappist brewery known for producing the best beer in the world, Westvleteren 12, is dipping a toe into the digital age: Westvleteren 12 will have its own web store launching Tuesday morning, the Guardian reports.


Beer geeks with a passion for Belgian brews will know of the highly-sought-after, almost mythical beer: a Belgian quadrupel ale brewed exclusively by the St. Sixtus Abbey in Vleteren, a farming town in Flanders, Belgium. Such geeks (this author included) will also know of the painstaking process required to get the beer.


Previously, one could touch their lips to a Westvleteren one of two ways, if they were following the rules: by visiting St. Sixtus Abbey and buying a glass at the tourist-friendly Westvleteren Cafe; or by placing an order by phone to pick up the beer by car.


Westvleteren 12 is a Belgian Trappist Ale that has consistently been voted the single best tasting beer in the world. All major beer rating sites agree that this is the pinnacle of beers, including: Beer Advocate, Rate Beer and Beer Pal.


Beyond that delivery services like Tavour, Bevv, and TapRm are making beers once available in only a certain region of the country accessible everywhere. And not just accessible, but with the option to deliver right to your front door.


Side Project founder Cory King created this beer to celebrate their son, Owen King. The beer sat for 15 months in a 15-year-old Willett Family Estate Bourbon barrel before resting on Ugandan Vanilla Beans. This might be a once-in-lifetime beer.


First, it is simply a damn good beer. Westvleteren 12, their Quad, is often ranked as one of the top beers in the world, sometimes called the best beer in the world even, and after tasting our way around popular Trappist Quads during our time in Belgium it was readily apparent that Westvleteren 12 was among the very best. The beer is perfect, and I hesitate to throw around that word with any beer.


As such, to get your hands on Westvleteren beer via sanctioned methods, you must jump through some hoops to reserve a case in advance, take a road trip across Belgium, and pick them up directly from Brouwerij de Sint-Sixtusabdij.


So in this one, we thought we'd take a look at the steps you need to take to buy Westvleteren beer directly from the abbey, and talk about how we packed up our beers to bring home to the USA. This process is typically fairly straightforward, insofar as your airline actually delivers your bags on schedule, at least.


Officially, there is only one way to buy Westvleteren beer, and that is to pre-order cases (24 count) of each style directly from the monks at Brouwerij de Sint-Sixtusabdij and drive out to Westvleteren to pick them up at a set day and time.


Unofficially, there are two other ways you can acquire Westvleteren beer. The first is by visiting the cafe across the street from the abbey, In de Vrede, and hope that they have some bottles available- often in the form of a multi-pack with branded glasses. This cafe also sells bottles to enjoy on-site as well at reasonable prices, so we highly recommend stopping all the same.


The second is by visiting craft beer stores and bars throughout Belgium and the Netherlands with the hopes of finding a bottle available to go or to enjoy on-site at significantly inflated prices (during our 2022 visit, most 3rd parties that carried Westvleteren sold them at 16-18 Euro per bottle). As noted before, this is often done against the monks' wishes, so you may have some ethical concerns to deal with here, too.


When you arrive at the abbey, things are a bit less clear but easy enough to follow. The grounds are completely blocked off for visitors and there is a sign for the designated beer pick-up location, which is on the left-hand side of the compound if facing it directly, just next to the bus stop. There is a small placard featuring the abbey's history that you can read if you are waiting outside the gates, too. 59ce067264






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