About The Beer
Brewery: Abbaye des Rocs
Glass Style: Stemmed
Abbaye des Rocs was the first beer from the Hainaut brewery of the same name, and when Jean-Pierre Eloir started brewing there in 1979 he was making Belgian beer history at the first ‘new wave’ microbrewery in the country. Abbaye des Rocs remains justifiably proud of its traditional brewing process and its use of natural ingredients, including coriander, ginger, aniseed and liquorice.
Abbaye des Rocs is served in a contemporary, tapered, tulip-shaped glass on a tall stem. It produces a fine head of froth and preserves the beer’s aromas to the full.