The Chimay Cinq Cents, with its golden hue, offers a rare balance of mellowness and bitterness.
It is a subtle combination of fresh hops and yeast. 8%
That means that it is brewed within the walls of a Trappist monastery under the supervision and responsibility of the monastic community, which is involved in the entire process of making and selling the ale. The bulk of the revenue that this activity generates is used to finance social services and cover the community’s needs.
Manneken-Brussel Imports is the U.S. importer of Bières de Chimay, the flagship of the Trappist beer category. Since 1862, the monks of the Abbey of Scourmont have brewed world-class Belgian ales in their small village of Chimay. These ales are all-natural, with no filtering or pasteurizing. 90% of the revenue from each bottle sold is used for charitable work around the world.