We're delighted to have the first ever English Trappist ale in stock now.
Brewed in the beautiful Leicestershire countryside at the Mount St Bernard monastery, the monks have had help from some of Europe's finest Trappist brewers to develop this unique beer.
The brewery was created in the old kitchen and refectory, so space to make the beer is at a premium and production is limited. The monks are responsible for every part of the process; brewing, bottling, labelling and boxing up. Brother Anselm Baker even designed the label, an image based on a design of the church windows.
The monks get to enjoy a glass of Tynt Meadow on a Sunday, but you can enjoy it whenever you fancy one.