Westvleteren Blond is the light beer of the monks at the Saint-Sixtus abbey. The beer is great for the summer months, and is best served chilled. While the other beers are generally served slightly below room temperature. The Westvleteren Blond is best when it comes straight out of the fridge.
The Westvleteren Blond is the less-strong sibling of the famous Westvleteren 12 that everyone is talking about. However, even the Westvleteren Blond is one of the best Trappist beers in 2020 and highly rated alongside it’s strong siblings the Westvleteren 12 and Westvleteren 8.
Westvleteren Blond is a Trappist beer from the Trappist Abbey of St. Sixtus Abbey in Westvleteren. With a hoppy spicy aroma, the taste is light and soft with a bitter aftertaste.
Westvleteren Blond is a Trappist beer from the Trappist abbey of St. Sixtus Abbey in Westvleteren. This beer has a green crown stool and, like all other beers, no label. It is a strong and bitter beer.