Brouwhoeve Tripel bier

Brouwhoeve Tripel

This clear, amber-colored beer has an earthy, rich flavor and a creamy head. Put your nose above the glass and the aromas of freshly baked bread, banana and ripe fruit will delight you. After each sip you can taste the sweetness of the residual sugar combined with the flavors of apricot and peach. Brouwhoeve Tripel has a delicious balance of refined hop aroma and the characteristic hop bitterness, with a powerful, refreshing aftertaste. At the next restaurant visit you order your Brouwhoeve Tripel to have a nice drink with your food.

Brouwhoeve's Tripel, strong and complex

Our powerful triple is dangerously delicious and drinkable so we warned you about this! The noble hops used provide a slightly spicy aroma and the addition of oats and wheat gives this triple triple a special body.
With every sip there is something exciting to taste… a smile on your face, so time after time!

Brouwhoeve Tripel is smooth and accessible

We don’t know for sure where the designation ‘triple’ comes from. It could refer to the threefold amount of ingredients we use for brewing, and the resulting weight of the beer. According to other sources, in earlier times breweries gave the beer with the highest alcohol content the name Tripel, to distinguish it from the other beers. Despite its solid content, it is characterised by its supple and accessible character. It has a beautiful blond colour and tastes malty to sweet, with a soft bitterness and a palette of fruit flavours. The secondary fermentation takes place in our Triple in the bottle. This results in a fresher and richer taste. Because sugar or glucose is added during the brewing process, the alcohol percentage increases and this contributes to the sweet taste of triple beer. Very treacherous! It is a beer to take your time. Sit back and enjoy, just like we do when we serve ourselves a Brouwhoeve Tripel.

Beer Details

Alcohol percentage: 9%
Malt: Pils malt, Palemalt, Caras and Münich
Hop: Magnum, Saaz, Goldings
Yeast: SafAle S-33
EBC (colour): 12
EBU (bitterness): 38
Drinking temperature: 4-8°C

Beer & Food tip

In combination with a Tripel Beer you can think of:

  • Soft French cheese such as Port Salut,
  • Cheesecake, soft and creamy,
  • Prosciutto ham and melon.

Tripel Beer & Food

The taste of triple varies from bitter to slightly sweet. All variations, however, have a dry aftertaste. Just like many other beers, triple is very easy to combine with food. The complex taste of yeast, citrus fruit, sugar and herbs with the amount of malt make this beer a good pair with:

  • Asparagus: spicy, bitter asparagus is wonderfully compensated by the sweetness of triple beer. White asparagus is the best match, but green is not bad either.
  • Port salut: Fits very well with a tripel. Soft cheese with a strong beer, a delicious combination.
  • Cheesecake: a fresh creamy cheesecake goes perfectly with a tripel. The sweetness of the cheesecake enhances the taste of the beer.
  • Prosciutto ham and melon, creamy desserts with mango and passion fruit.
  • Quiche with white asparagus.
Brouwhoeve Tripel

Brouwhoeve Tripel is a dangerously tasty and clear amber coloured beer with a full flavour and a creamy head.

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Malts:

  • Pilsmalt
  • Palemalt
  • Cara’s and Münich

Hops:

  • Magnum
  • Saaz
  • Goldings

Yeast:

  • Safale S-33

Color = EBC:  12 – diep goud

Bitterness = EBU: 30 – fairly bitter

Our powerful triple is dangerously delicious and drinkable so we warned you about this! The noble hops used provide a slightly spicy aroma and the addition of oats and wheat gives this triple triple a special body.
With every sip there is something exciting to taste… a smile on your face, so time after time!

Short history of Triple beer

We don’t know for sure where the designation ‘triple’ comes from. It could refer to the threefold amount of ingredients we use for brewing, and the resulting weight of the beer. According to other sources, in earlier times breweries gave the beer with the highest alcohol content the name Tripel, to distinguish it from the other beers. Despite its solid content, it is characterized by its supple and accessible character. It has a beautiful blond color and tastes malty to sweet, with a soft bitterness and a palette of fruit flavors. The secondary fermentation takes place in our Triple in the bottle. This results in a fresher and richer taste. Because sugar or glucose is added during the brewing process, the alcohol percentage increases and this contributes to the sweet taste of triple beer. Very treacherous! It is a beer to take your time. Sit back and enjoy, just like we do when we serve ourselves a Brouwhoeve Tripel.

The taste of triple varies from bitter to slightly sweet. All variations, however, have a dry aftertaste. Just like many other beers, triple is very easy to combine with food. The complex taste of yeast, citrus fruit, sugar and herbs with the amount of malt make this beer a good pair with:

  • Asparagus: spicy, bitter asparagus is wonderfully compensated by the sweetness of triple beer. White asparagus is the best match, but green is not bad either.
  • Port salut: Fits very well with a tripel. Soft cheese with a strong beer, a delicious combination.
  • Cheesecake: a fresh creamy cheesecake goes perfectly with a tripel. The sweetness of the cheesecake enhances the taste of the beer.
  • Prosciutto ham and melon, creamy desserts with mango and passion fruit.
  • Quiche with white asparagus.

 

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