The Gregorius is the first Trappist beer produced in the brewery. It was named after the first Abbot from the congregation of the Trappist fathers of the Monastery of Engelszell. Gregorius pours a strong dark chestnut brown in the glass. Herbal and liquorice aromas dominate the nose, which are underlaid by ripe fruit notes. A strong malt body presents itself in the initial taste, which is characterised by coffee and roasted aromas. Local honey and an Alsatian wine yeast conjure up a nice interplay of sweet and acidity on the palate. Slightly bitter chocolate aromas accompany the warming finish this massive Trappist beer. Deep - Thoughtful.