His latest book, which includes a study of the library of the Cistercian abbey of La Trappe
and the role in its development of its great reforming abbot, Armand-Jean de Rance, moves into the terrain of post-medieval French monastic history.
Representatives from Du Bocq Brewery (Purnode, Belgium), Dupont Brewery (Tourpes, Belgium), and La Trappe
Brewery (Tilburg, Netherlands) were on hand for a presentation of each brewery's history, culture, and technical aspects--as well as a guided beer tasting.
* Brouwerij Westmalle (Abbey of Our Lady of la Trappe
of the Sacred Heart)
As Conley points out, Port-Royal was originally a Cistercian convent; it would be interesting to compare its reform with the reform that began in the 1660s at la Trappe
, a Cistercian monastery of men.
Resultat, un premier acte rapidement plie 6/2, et la nette sensation que la protegee d'Heinz Gunthardt allait passer a la trappe
The restaurant also stocks the La Trappe
Dubbel, an ale from a Trappist abbey in Noorde, The Netherlands.
En general, ces realisations documentaires passent a la trappe
dans l'historiographie du cinema suisse, qui tend a privilegier le modele dominant et legitime du film de fiction.
The focus could be on a given country, as with the Belgian emphasis at places such as La Trappe
Cafe in San Francisco, Brouwer's Cafe in Seattle and Eulogy Belgian Tavern in Philadelphia, or even on a certain style, as witnessed at New York City's Stout, where the emphasis, not surprisingly, is on stout.