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Trappist monk Father Joseph pours a bottle of 'Tynt Meadow' English Trappist ale at Mount Saint Bernard Abbey near Coalville, central England on July 17, 2019. - Faced with dwindling revenues from dairy farming, the monks at the Trappist monastery of Mount St Bernard Abbey in central England decided to swap milk for beer. They sold the cows and spent five years setting up a state-of-the-art brewery that can produce around 300,000 bottles a year of "Tynt Meadow", only the 12th beer in the world to receive the centuries-old Catholic order's coveted seal of approval. (Photo by OLI SCARFF / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JAMES PHEBY
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JAMES PHEBY
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Trappist monk Father Joseph holds a glass of 'Tynt Meadow' English Trappist ale at Mount Saint Bernard Abbey near Coalville, central England on July 17, 2019. - Faced with dwindling revenues from dairy farming, the monks at the Trappist monastery of Mount St Bernard Abbey in central England decided to swap milk for beer. They sold the cows and spent five years setting up a state-of-the-art brewery that can produce around 300,000 bottles a year of "Tynt Meadow", only the 12th beer in the world to receive the centuries-old Catholic order's coveted seal of approval. (Photo by OLI SCARFF / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JAMES PHEBY
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JAMES PHEBY
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Trappist monk Father Joseph holds a glass of 'Tynt Meadow' English Trappist ale at Mount Saint Bernard Abbey near Coalville, central England on July 17, 2019. - Faced with dwindling revenues from dairy farming, the monks at the Trappist monastery of Mount St Bernard Abbey in central England decided to swap milk for beer. They sold the cows and spent five years setting up a state-of-the-art brewery that can produce around 300,000 bottles a year of "Tynt Meadow", only the 12th beer in the world to receive the centuries-old Catholic order's coveted seal of approval. (Photo by OLI SCARFF / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JAMES PHEBY
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JAMES PHEBY
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Trappist monk Brother Mateusz adds hops to a tank as he brews a batch of 'Tynt Meadow' English Trappist ale at Mount Saint Bernard Abbey near Coalville, central England on July 17, 2019. - Faced with dwindling revenues from dairy farming, the monks at the Trappist monastery of Mount St Bernard Abbey in central England decided to swap milk for beer. They sold the cows and spent five years setting up a state-of-the-art brewery that can produce around 300,000 bottles a year of "Tynt Meadow", only the 12th beer in the world to receive the centuries-old Catholic order's coveted seal of approval. (Photo by OLI SCARFF / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JAMES PHEBY
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JAMES PHEBY
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Trappist monk Brother Mateusz adds hops to a tank as he brews a batch of 'Tynt Meadow' English Trappist ale at Mount Saint Bernard Abbey near Coalville, central England on July 17, 2019. - Faced with dwindling revenues from dairy farming, the monks at the Trappist monastery of Mount St Bernard Abbey in central England decided to swap milk for beer. They sold the cows and spent five years setting up a state-of-the-art brewery that can produce around 300,000 bottles a year of "Tynt Meadow", only the 12th beer in the world to receive the centuries-old Catholic order's coveted seal of approval. (Photo by OLI SCARFF / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JAMES PHEBY
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JAMES PHEBY
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Trappist monk Father Joseph oversees the process of brewing a batch of 'Tynt Meadow' English Trappist ale at Mount Saint Bernard Abbey near Coalville, central England on July 17, 2019. - Faced with dwindling revenues from dairy farming, the monks at the Trappist monastery of Mount St Bernard Abbey in central England decided to swap milk for beer. They sold the cows and spent five years setting up a state-of-the-art brewery that can produce around 300,000 bottles a year of "Tynt Meadow", only the 12th beer in the world to receive the centuries-old Catholic order's coveted seal of approval. (Photo by OLI SCARFF / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JAMES PHEBY
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JAMES PHEBY
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Trappist monk Father Joseph oversees the process of brewing a batch of 'Tynt Meadow' English Trappist ale at Mount Saint Bernard Abbey near Coalville, central England on July 17, 2019. - Faced with dwindling revenues from dairy farming, the monks at the Trappist monastery of Mount St Bernard Abbey in central England decided to swap milk for beer. They sold the cows and spent five years setting up a state-of-the-art brewery that can produce around 300,000 bottles a year of "Tynt Meadow", only the 12th beer in the world to receive the centuries-old Catholic order's coveted seal of approval. (Photo by OLI SCARFF / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JAMES PHEBY
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JAMES PHEBY
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Trappist monk Father Joseph oversees the process of brewing a batch of 'Tynt Meadow' English Trappist ale at Mount Saint Bernard Abbey near Coalville, central England on July 17, 2019. - Faced with dwindling revenues from dairy farming, the monks at the Trappist monastery of Mount St Bernard Abbey in central England decided to swap milk for beer. They sold the cows and spent five years setting up a state-of-the-art brewery that can produce around 300,000 bottles a year of "Tynt Meadow", only the 12th beer in the world to receive the centuries-old Catholic order's coveted seal of approval. (Photo by OLI SCARFF / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JAMES PHEBY
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JAMES PHEBY
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Trappist monk Father Joseph oversees the process of brewing a batch of 'Tynt Meadow' English Trappist ale at Mount Saint Bernard Abbey near Coalville, central England on July 17, 2019. - Faced with dwindling revenues from dairy farming, the monks at the Trappist monastery of Mount St Bernard Abbey in central England decided to swap milk for beer. They sold the cows and spent five years setting up a state-of-the-art brewery that can produce around 300,000 bottles a year of "Tynt Meadow", only the 12th beer in the world to receive the centuries-old Catholic order's coveted seal of approval. (Photo by OLI SCARFF / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JAMES PHEBY
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JAMES PHEBY
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Trappist monk Father Joseph oversees the process of brewing a batch of 'Tynt Meadow' English Trappist ale at Mount Saint Bernard Abbey near Coalville, central England on July 17, 2019. - Faced with dwindling revenues from dairy farming, the monks at the Trappist monastery of Mount St Bernard Abbey in central England decided to swap milk for beer. They sold the cows and spent five years setting up a state-of-the-art brewery that can produce around 300,000 bottles a year of "Tynt Meadow", only the 12th beer in the world to receive the centuries-old Catholic order's coveted seal of approval. (Photo by OLI SCARFF / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JAMES PHEBY
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JAMES PHEBY
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Trappist monk Brother Mateusz oversees the process of brewing a batch of 'Tynt Meadow' English Trappist ale at Mount Saint Bernard Abbey near Coalville, central England on July 17, 2019. - Faced with dwindling revenues from dairy farming, the monks at the Trappist monastery of Mount St Bernard Abbey in central England decided to swap milk for beer. They sold the cows and spent five years setting up a state-of-the-art brewery that can produce around 300,000 bottles a year of "Tynt Meadow", only the 12th beer in the world to receive the centuries-old Catholic order's coveted seal of approval. (Photo by OLI SCARFF / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JAMES PHEBY
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JAMES PHEBY
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Trappist monk Father Joseph handles some malt as he oversees the process of brewing a batch of 'Tynt Meadow' English Trappist ale at Mount Saint Bernard Abbey near Coalville, central England on July 17, 2019. - Faced with dwindling revenues from dairy farming, the monks at the Trappist monastery of Mount St Bernard Abbey in central England decided to swap milk for beer. They sold the cows and spent five years setting up a state-of-the-art brewery that can produce around 300,000 bottles a year of "Tynt Meadow", only the 12th beer in the world to receive the centuries-old Catholic order's coveted seal of approval. (Photo by OLI SCARFF / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JAMES PHEBY
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JAMES PHEBY
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Trappist monk Brother Mateusz brews a batch of 'Tynt Meadow' English Trappist ale at Mount Saint Bernard Abbey near Coalville, central England on July 17, 2019. - Faced with dwindling revenues from dairy farming, the monks at the Trappist monastery of Mount St Bernard Abbey in central England decided to swap milk for beer. They sold the cows and spent five years setting up a state-of-the-art brewery that can produce around 300,000 bottles a year of "Tynt Meadow", only the 12th beer in the world to receive the centuries-old Catholic order's coveted seal of approval. (Photo by OLI SCARFF / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JAMES PHEBY
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JAMES PHEBY
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Trappist monk Brother Mateusz monitors a control panel as he brews a batch of 'Tynt Meadow' English Trappist ale at Mount Saint Bernard Abbey near Coalville, central England on July 17, 2019. - Faced with dwindling revenues from dairy farming, the monks at the Trappist monastery of Mount St Bernard Abbey in central England decided to swap milk for beer. They sold the cows and spent five years setting up a state-of-the-art brewery that can produce around 300,000 bottles a year of "Tynt Meadow", only the 12th beer in the world to receive the centuries-old Catholic order's coveted seal of approval. (Photo by OLI SCARFF / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JAMES PHEBY
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JAMES PHEBY
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Trappist monk Brother Mateusz poses for a photograph as he brews a batch of 'Tynt Meadow' English Trappist ale at Mount Saint Bernard Abbey near Coalville, central England on July 17, 2019. - Faced with dwindling revenues from dairy farming, the monks at the Trappist monastery of Mount St Bernard Abbey in central England decided to swap milk for beer. They sold the cows and spent five years setting up a state-of-the-art brewery that can produce around 300,000 bottles a year of "Tynt Meadow", only the 12th beer in the world to receive the centuries-old Catholic order's coveted seal of approval. (Photo by OLI SCARFF / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JAMES PHEBY
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JAMES PHEBY
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Trappist monk Father Joseph looks over the storage room for 'Tynt Meadow' English Trappist ale at Mount Saint Bernard Abbey near Coalville, central England on July 17, 2019. - Faced with dwindling revenues from dairy farming, the monks at the Trappist monastery of Mount St Bernard Abbey in central England decided to swap milk for beer. They sold the cows and spent five years setting up a state-of-the-art brewery that can produce around 300,000 bottles a year of "Tynt Meadow", only the 12th beer in the world to receive the centuries-old Catholic order's coveted seal of approval. (Photo by OLI SCARFF / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JAMES PHEBY
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JAMES PHEBY

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