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Belgian beers have been conquering the craft beer scene for some time. No wonder, after all, the creations of our neighbors are characterized by their very own character and their usually powerful bodies. Much of the Belgian beer culture can be traced back to the brewing craft in monasteries. The Trappist monasteries in particular have made a name for themselves with their tasty beers. The good beer of the monks is drunk far beyond the borders of Belgium and only a little more than two handful of breweries are allowed to bear the Trappist seal at all. However, other breweries are also allowed to produce the typical Trappist styles.
A delicious example is the triple . This Belgian classic brings at least 7.0% alcohol content to the table and charms beer lovers with a densely woven, complex taste profile and a fine spiciness.
The Brasserie St-Feuillien is not one of the Trappist breweries, but has a very tasty triple in its range. Her interpretation flows into the glass in a shiny gold tone and smells temptingly of bready malt and oven-fresh biscuits when poured. A hint of fruity hops joins in and makes you excited for the first sip. The first taste reveals a voluminous body with a velvety soft mouthfeel. The taste is made up of bread, roasted grain, hay, herbs, meadow flowers and strong yeast. The alcohol content of 8.5% is cleverly integrated into the taste profile and warms body and soul.
Water, barley malt, invert sugar, hops, yeast, antioxidant