Chimay Red Cap is a dark brown colour with a sweet, fruity aroma and nutty character. It imparts a silky sensation to the tongue, made refreshing by a light touch of bitterness.
The Chimay "Première" was the first beer brewed at the Notre-Dame de Scourmont Abbey by the Trappist fathers in 1862.
A dark, strong ale characterised by its full flavour and port-like aroma. Relatively dry with distinct caramel notes.
First brewed as a Christmas beer, it is today available year-round. Chimay Blue is also a beer which may be aged and enjoyed in future years.
Chimay White Cap was the "last-born" of the Notre-Dame de Scourmont Abbey. Golden in colour, the beer combines a sweet and bitter balance.
The fresh hop and yeasty aroma comes with fruity touches of Muscat grapes and raisins, even ripe apples. This traditional Belgian beer is best savoured fresh and at a temperature of from 6 to 8°C, ideally in the distinctive Chimay chalice glass.