Abbey Beer

Floreffe Triple

Blond - Cap

8% Alc.

The powerful Triple undergoes secondary fermentation in the bottle and was the favourite drink of monks at the Floreffe Abbey; if they were late for service or at meal times, they were not allowed their share.

  • 33cl
    11,2 fl.oz
  • 75cl
    25142 fl.oz
  • 15L
    3,96 gal.
  • 30L
    7,92 gal.
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Description

The taste of Floreffe Triple

Key properties
  • Body
  • Bitterness
  • Sweetness
  • Acidity
  • Fruity
Key flavors
  • hop
  • malt
  • fruity
Its history

Floreffe Triple has a blonde to amber colour and a creamy head. The nose is very original, playing with woody and spicy notes (cloves, vanilla) mixed with the fruity scents of very ripe reinette apples. These aromas are accompanied on the palate by malt and a delicate bitterness. A powerful, well balanced beer which finishes without heaviness on calvados, caramel and liquorice notes. The powerful Triple undergoes secondary fermentation in the bottle and was the favourite drink of monks at the Floreffe Abbey; if they were late for service or at meal times, they were not allowed their share.

Beer pairing

Suggestion for beer pairing

  • Dish

    Dishes

    Poultry, foie gras, salmon dishes

  • Cheeses

    Cheeses

    Floreffe cheese, strong hard cheeses (e.g. Comté)

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