Chimay Doree Gold
Chimay Doree Gold
Chimay Dorée (Gold)
Chimay Dorée (Gold)
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Chimay Doree Gold
Chimay Doree Gold
Chimay Dorée (Gold)
Chimay Dorée (Gold)

Chimay Dorée (Gold)

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3 reviews

Trappist | 4.8% ABV

Commercial Description:

Dorée (Gold) has been brewed inside the abbey walls since 1862, but was only available for the private consumption of the monks. They did not want to hurt local breweries who brewed light-drinking beers called Bier de Ménage or “household beer.” Thankfully in 2013 this drinkable Trappist style was allowed to leave the abbey walls. Named “Dorée” for its delicate golden color, this refreshingly crisp ale brings a delicious balance of citrus and spice. A fluffy white head releases the aromas of summer fruits followed by sparkling mouthfeel which ends with a hint of bitterness.

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Eric L.
United States United States


I am an enthusiast of all beers / ales Trappist. I enjoyed this beer very much but found the APV too low for me. Very glad I got to enjoy it, not available in stores near me.

Ken M.
United States United States

Smooth, delicious!

I think it’s my new favorite Chimay

John S.
United States United States

Easy Drinking Member of the Chimay Family

Brilliant golden color, until I swirl and rouse the yeast in the bottom of the bottle and decant into my glass. The beer has a thick fluffy white head and a coriander and banana laden nose. Taking a sip, the beer is light and crackery up front, wheaty with a bit of caramel malt too, if only a bit. Orange peel and coriander come out immediately, with some funky ****** notes too and green peppercorn, and a hint of clove. A very tasty Trappist ale indeed, and a refreshing and drinkable one. Less complex perhaps than the rest of the Chimay line, but it would pair nicely with Chimay cheese and a hunk of dark bread I think.

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