Trappist Trappist

A NASA poster imagines what it might be like to "planet hop" from the planet called TRAPPIST-1e, 40 light-years from Earth. NASA-JPL/Caltech hide caption

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The St. James vineyard at the Abbey of New Clairvaux. The 20 brothers of the abbey belong to an order with a tradition of winemaking that dates back nearly 900 years. Lisa Morehouse for NPR hide caption

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These Vintner Monks Turn Wilderness Into The Divine Gift Of Wine

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Spencer Trappist Ale, made by the first official Trappist brewery outside Europe, will go on sale next week in Massachusetts. Nick Hiller/The Spencer Brewery hide caption

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American Beer Fans, Praise The Heavens: A Trappist Brewery In U.S.

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