Trappist Beer Travels: Inside the Breweries of the Monasteries (2nd edition 2023)

Wallace, Caroline


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Equal parts beer journalism, history book, and travelogue, this second edition provides an in-depth look at the legendary breweries of Trappist monks, complete with vibrant images and updated information. Now in its second edition, Trappist Beer Travels takes readers inside monastery walls for an in-depth look at the legendary breweries of Trappist monks, sharing histories of each abbey, information on their brewing traditions, details about the lives of the monks, and helpful travel tips. From the expansive production facilities at Chimay, to the coveted gates of Westvleteren, to the ancient sun-baked walls of Rome’s Tre Fontane, join three American beer writers as they travel the globe gaining rare access to the world’s authentic Trappist breweries. This updated and expanded edition includes vibrant new and historical photographs and original artwork, as well as a brand-new chapter focused on the latest brothers to take up the craft of brewing, the monks of England’s Mount Saint Bernard Abbey. Breweries spotlighted: . Orval (Belgium) . La Trappe (the Netherlands) . Rochefort (Belgium) . Chimay (Belgium) . Westvleteren (Belgium) . Westmalle (Belgium) . Zundert (the Netherlands) . Stift Engelszell (Austria) . Tre Fontane (Italy) . Mount Saint Bernard (England) . Spencer (Massachusetts, United States) . Achel (Belgium) AUTHORS: A shared love of beer has taken authors Caroline Wallace, Sarah Wood, and Jessica Deahl from the United States to Belgium, the Netherlands, Austria, Italy, and the UK to visit the world’s authentic Trappist monastery breweries. SELLING POINTS: . Updated second edition offering a behind-the-scenes, in-depth look at the breweries of Trappist monks . Abbey histories, beer profiles, and travel tips for England, Belgium, Italy, Netherlands, Austria, and the US . First American book covering all Trappist breweries, including Mount Saint Bernard, the newest abbey brewing 268 colour and b/w images, 14 charts and drawings

Format: Hardback
Pages: 256
Publication date: 28/03/2023

ISBN: 9780764365959 Category: