The Tasting Room

In the midst of the Trappist monastery’s beautiful gardens, you can enjoy a great lunch and, of course, the wonderful La Trappe Trappist ales.

Opening hours April – October

Monday - Saturday 11.00 – 19.00
Sunday 12.00 – 19.00
Closing hours bar 18.30
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Adjusted opening hours
25 May The tasting room is open from 12.00
5 June The tasting room is open from 12.00
24 December (Christmas eve) The tasting room is open until 17.00
The kitchen is open until 16.00
The bar is open until 16.30
31 December (New Year's Eve) The tasting room is open until 17.00
The kitchen is open until 16.00
The bar is open until 16.30
Closed on
Friday 1 September 2017
Monday 25 December 2017
Tuesday 26 December 2017
Monday 1 January 2018
Opening hours November - March
Monday – Saturday 11.00 - 18.00
Sunday 12.00 - 18.00
Closing hours bar 17.30

Come taste at La Trappe Trappist

The Tasting room owes its name to the old building in which the monks tested La Trappe Trappist ales for aroma, flavour, clarity and quality. We always try to prepare as many recipes as possible with carefully selected products from the Campine of Brabant. And when possible, we use organic products.
Note: No reservations can be made for the Tasting room, and a different menu may apply during busy weekends.

Our menu

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Abbey lunch

Are you arriving with a large group and want to visit the Tasting room? No problem. You can have a lunch consisting of dishes from the abbey:

• Burgundy bread meal with Trappist bread, spreads and salad. Coffee, tea. Including one Trappist ale of your choice.

• Minimum 10 persons

• Expansion possibilities.

Not on Sundays

Unique collaborations

The unique collaboration with the monks is what makes our Tasting room so special. We purchase their products, such as Trappist bread, cookies, chocolates, cheese and honey.

We also work closely with farmers and businesses in the immediate surrounding. In addition, people from the Prins Heerlijk and the Diamant group, who have learning difficulties and/or mental disabilities, work for us. Here, they learn to work in the catering business, the household or the monastery shop.

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