Photo of Beer Brewery de Koningshoeven in Berkel-Enschot, , NL
Photo of Beer Brewery de Koningshoeven in Berkel-Enschot, , NL
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Beer Brewery de Koningshoeven


Beer Brewery de Koningshoeven14.5

Eindhovenseweg 3
Berkel-Enschot 5056 RP, NL
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  • Photo of Yuri Corrêa
    3 years ago
    cervejaria de abadia
  • Photo of fernanda19832014
    4 months ago
    The visit interesting and good done. The Food and drink good as well. The place is interesting to go...
  • Photo of BRIAN F
    5 months ago
    The brewery tour is great if you're interested in the history of Trappist beers and wish to see parts of the current brewery. We also did the "Excursion with Snacks" which provided each of us with a glass of each of their Beers and an appetizer paired to each beer. Food was almost as good as the beer! WARNING: at the time we went (Sept 2017), tours in English were only offered on Saturdays. This is VERY CLEARLY STATED on their website. We were fortunate to have a Dutch gentleman who offered to translate for us. We went for the experience, and this made it even better.
  • Photo of Marleon2
    6 months ago
    We visited the Trappist brewery with friends from abroad. Did the guided tour and drank some very nice beers before and afterwards. The tour guide was enthousiastic and funny, the different beers are excellent. The surrounds are green and tranquile. Visit the place when you are in Tilburg.
  • Photo of tucsok13
    7 months ago
    We were amazed by this place. The English tour was very interesting and our guide was just great!! After tasting we decided to eat lunch - and it was our best meal during our trip. If you are interested in bear making, do not miss this place! Best brewery tour for me ever.. and I'm not even a beer fun. (but my husband is:-))
  • Photo of mloer
    7 months ago
    The brewery has a good restaurant, terrace and picknick garden. We went here by bike from Den Bosch which was a beautiful! On a very sunny sunday it was pretty packed on the terrace but there was plenty of space on the field/garden in front of the restaurant. The service is o.k. but when it's very busy you have to go and get the drinks and food by yourself. The beer is very good (of course!) and the food is really great as wel, good quality products and good value for money. We sat on the grass, enyoing the sun and our cold beers, great spot!
  • Photo of RHAHJ
    a year ago
    Of the world's trappist breweries, I believe this is the only one that can be visited daily for an excursion. The excursion goes through the monastery, and along the way one learns about the brewing process, about the criteria for trappist beers, and about the history of trappists. One gets to see the kettles and the bottlery. Also the old bakery and the garden are shown, as well as the old firetruck. The cheesemaking was explained from outside the building. At the end of the tour everyone can choose one of the beers (or taste a few different beers) while watching a movie that explains the history of trappist beers again. Afterwards one can have more drinks in the cafe, or buy the monastery's products in the shop.
  • Photo of Ranko2014
    a year ago
    They brought them in smaller tasting glasses so we could enjoy a variety without overindulging! The quadrupel cheese was also delicious
  • Photo of poodle2000
    a year ago
    The tour I had was in English by a funny and enthusiastic Dutch guide Tony. There is an intro film in Dutch with English subtitles. The tour takes you to the old brew house and bottling area but not the areas where the monks live, understandably so. The area outside was pretty with fresh snow but probably really nice in summer when you can sit outside. The beers in general are very good and most are available on draft. The tour is relatively expensive for 12 euros with only one free small beer of the choice at the end but some of the profits go to charity. Even in the middle of winter it was very busy on Saturday. The restaurant food was good and not too expensive. There are no tasting flights but the small draft beers are 20cl so you can drink these if you want to sample.
  • Photo of Jeroen O
    a year ago
    Very funny and passionate tour guide, a pretty abbey, delicious lunches and monumental trappist beers. I recommend any beer, abbey or food lover to visit the place and take the tour.
  • Photo of WillemvZ
    a year ago
    Sit down at the proeflokaal and enjoy a few of the best trappist beers this world has to offer. I have been here multiple times and was never disappointed. Great beer and great food as well. It might take some time before your food is served but this is only because the place can be crowded and the kitchen is very small. The guided tour is worth taking if you want to learn more of the brewing process. On your way out do yourself a favor and take home a few more unique beers and their delicious bread and cookies!
  • Photo of LeoMdz
    a year ago
    Lovely place to visit, join a guided visit as well, and have lunch in the tasting room terrace. Good options of food, and of course all the beers made by this brewery. Absolutely a must if you're nearby and love beers.
  • Photo of Radoi B
    a year ago
    Hi beers enthusiasts! If you are in Holland thanyou should book visit to one of the 2 abbeys that are manufacturing beer according to Trappsit rules. La Trappe is manufactured in a 200y old monastery and is possible to visit the factory and the flow of production . I am recomanding you to book the tour with degistation and appetizer ; for 29 euro you ll get on top of the visit and the regular one beer by choice degustation another 4 rounds of different beers made by La Trappe and the assorted food for each of them... Brief , I was something really unique to find such a quite place and such a nice people that made the visit a celebration! My son , 8 yo , was also enjoying the trip ( no beers for him!) due to the nice surroundings. Cons: quite far from Leiden ( 120km) Pros: perfect match of beers and food in a beautiful place for a resonable price. Enjoy! PS: book the visit on line !!
  • Photo of que_cod
    2 years ago
    Is everything you can wish from a Trappist brewery, good beer and food too. Monastery can only be visited by organized groups, but the gift shop is a must.
  • Photo of rmathijssen
    2 years ago
    The atmosphere at the terras of the "proeflokaal" is great, good collection of nice La Trappe beer. The toor is very interesting, nice look inside the brewery. Group size could be smaller (max 40 prs).
  • Photo of DutchTX
    2 years ago
    This place is really nice to visit for having a quiet seating with some good Trappist beer. It can be busy, but you always find seating. If you like the outdoors then absolutely a yes. We had some mini croquettes (Dutch: bitterballen) and a cheese plate, both very nice; the cheese plate was really nice presented. If you have 2 or so hours available, definitely a place to visit.
  • Photo of Steven P
    2 years ago
    We continue to visit La Trappe. It is always high on the list of places to bring guests for a delicious lunch and to sample some Trappist beers. La Trappe is one of 10 Trappist breweries in the world, and though I have only been to a handful of these breweries, I believe it has one of the better proeflokaals and restaurants when compared to its peers. Most of the food choices at the restaurant is made at the abbey or is sourced from local farmers. La Trappe also has one of the nicer terraces in the area. Be sure to walk the grounds of the Abbey (you can also schedule or a tour) as well as visit the Abbey's shop. The brewery can also be reached by bicycle if you are an sportive beer drinker. Plan a few hours to enjoy a wonderful experience at La Trappe.
  • Photo of Henksys
    2 years ago
    Abdij Onze Lieve vrouw van Koningshoven hosts a brewery, bakery, shop and restaurant. Very good lunches with lots of local or homegrown ingredients, as well as creative use of their excellent Trappisten beers. Lot' s of terrace space and a pleasant interior. It' s possible to join a guided tour in the "La Trappe" brewery. Whenever in Tilburg, visit thuis place!
  • Photo of LaurTret
    2 years ago
    Book the tour ahead of time! The tour comes with a pint of beer. A great explanation of the process, a short video and walk. As like every other abbaye, you can not actually go into the monastery. The tour into the old bakery, bottling rooms, and tan room was great! Yummy yummy food at the restaurant too!!
  • Photo of Jorge M
    2 years ago
    Great visit! Here you can visit the restaurant, Tasting room, with the unbelievable La Trappe beers and delicious food! At least when I visit them, at 2pm is possible to attend a tour through the brewery and drink a beer at your choice. Really great, worth a visit!
  • Photo of Fred D
    2 years ago
    I've been here several times. And it's a nice place to end up drinking some abbey beers. the tour is short but they describe the brewery process.

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