Belgian Beer & Trappist Ales

Belgian beers generally tend to have a much higher ABV and are often bottle-conditioned / secondarily fermented in the bottle. 

Trappist beers can only be called so if they are brewed by Trappist monks and are recognised by the International Trappist Association. There are currently thirteen monasteries brewing trappist per - 5 in Belgian; 2 in The Netherlands; and one each in Austria, Italy, England, France, Spain and the USA. 

They are always bottled and are available in 330ml size; slightly larger bottles at 375ml; and sometimes 750ml sharing bottles too.