Rochefort is a beer that I have always enjoyed. It has a great taste and is very enjoyable down to the last drop but to my disgust the heat has obviously got to this bottle. When I poured it up it had no head at all and the alcohol flavor is very strong. This isn't how the beer usually is (I have had plenty of them). So I am going to go ahead and tell you a little about the beer but I am not going to do a full review of it because even though I know it is a great beer I need the beer here to taste to give you some of the finer details. I will tell you this, it is one of the better bBelgians that I had drank. Before finding this beer Chimay had been my favorite. Once I tried Rochefort though I had found a new favorite. It has a spicy, almost pepery taste that is a little sweet and it has a great finish. It is brewed in the Trappist tradition by monks in the the Abbey of St-Remy, in the southern part of Belgium. It was founded in 1230, and sometime around 1595 the monks began to brew beer. The beer is 9.2% ABV and is the "green cap" or Brown (bruin) variety. Here is a link to the Rochefort web site. If you will look at the glass you will see that it has the Rochefort name on it. My co-workers gave me that and a few other beer glasses and some beer to fill them with as my going away gift when I left Belgium (what a great bunch of co-workers!). I wish I could finish the review, I will when I can order another one from a few of the importers around. Until next time, enjoy your beer and please don't drink and ride. I also want to thank everyone that visits Open Road Biker. It has now been around for a year. I hope we have another great year.