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Tynt Meadow English Trappist Ale

Tynt Meadow is mahogany-coloured, with a subtle, warm red hue, and a lasting beige head. It’s aroma carries hints of dark chocolate, liquorice, and rich fruit flavours. The beer is full-bodied, gently balancing the taste of dark chocolate, pepper, and fig. Tynt Meadow is named after the field in which the monks first settled in 1835. It’s English history in a bottle!

(2 customer reviews)

Producer Name : Tynt Meadow

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Tynt Meadow is brewed with English barley and hops, using an English strain of yeast. It is fermented twice, with the first fermentation taking place in the tank, and the second in the bottle


Tynt Meadow is England's first and only Trappist beer and is located in Mount Saint Bernard Abbey, near Coalville, Leicestershire


Only fourteen monasteries in the world are allowed to brew Trappist beer and are recognised by the International Trappist Association


Meet the Monks - "Beer is a good, honest, nurturing drink - our Belgian friends said more than once it should be liquid bread and not coloured water, and that's what we're aiming to live up to. By inviting you to taste Tynt Meadow, we offer you a taste of our life."

2 reviews for Tynt Meadow English Trappist Ale

  1. Janet

    This has become a household name! A little goes a long way… it has a rich, evocative flavour. Whenever we place an order, this is non-negotiable!
  2. Guy Witcher

    If you want a beer with a good old fashioned flavour to it, this is definitely one to pick up. Even amongst other ales of a similar type, this one has it's own unique character. If you're buying for a fan of traditional ale, you can't go wrong here.

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