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Beer is geographical. Water, soil, climate and geology imbue it with certain attributes. It's called terroir - the taste of a place - and a beer is nothing without it. Chimay is a small, pastoral village in Belgium whose rich soils and rainy skies have supported agriculture for 1,000 years. Chimay is home to a community of Trappist monks who have brewed the same ales, in the same monastery, since 1862. The Trappists were the pioneers of Belgian ales and the beer you are holding is invested with this expertise. Drink Chimay and you taste the Ardennes. Authentic Trappist Product: This logo certifies that Chimay ales are produced within the walls of a Trappist abbey under the direct supervision of the Trappist community and that the majority of the revenue from each bottle sold is used for charitable work around the world. This ale is all natural: no filtering, no pasteurizing, no artifice, just handcrafted beer made of five essentials: water, barley, wheat, hops and a renowned yeast strain. Chimay White delivers a generous helping of fresh aromatic hops delicately balanced by honey-sweet malt and an extra dose of yeast. Crisp and refreshing. White is the only Chimay also available on draft. www.chimnaybeer.com. 33 CL. Alcohol 8% by volume. Brewed and bottled in Belgium - SA Bieres de Chimay NV B-6464. Imported from Belgium.
Government Warning: (1) According to the Surgeon General, women should not drink alcoholic beverages during pregnancy because of the risk of birth defects. (2) Consumption of alcoholic beverages impairs ability to drive a car or operate machinery, and may cause health problems.
Store upright and pour slowly so as not to disturb the hibernating yeast, responsible for carbonating the beer, at the bottom of the bottle. Sip, savor, sant !
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