|Aroma||Apple, Spices, Caramel, Malt, Grapes|
|Taste||bready, yeasty, malty, sweet|
The aroma of La Trappe Tripel is lightly malty and yeasty. Contrasting with its full-bodied, rich body, this unusual ale has a light and dry aftertaste with a bit of bitter finesse.
|Ingredients:||Water, Barley Malt, Hops, Yeast, Glucose Syrup|
|Brewery:||La Trappe, Bierbrouwerij de Koningshoeven, La Trappe Trappist, Eindhovenswegs 3, 5056 RP, Berkel-Enschot, Netherlands|
|Type of Hops:||-|
|Type of Malt:||Munich , Pale|
|ABV (% ALCOHOL):||8,0|
|Original Wort (Plato):||-|
|Bitterness (in IBUs):||25|
|Drinking Temperature (in °C):||4-7°|
|goes well with:||Fish, Seafood, Salad|
La Trappe is one of two Trappist breweries in the Netherlands. As the rules dictate, the monks have to make a living there themselves. That's why they started brewing beer as early as 1884 and continue to write the success story to this day. For a brief time during the Second World War, the brewery switched to the production of lemonade. Fortunately, it was able to recover and delighted beer fans around the world with their world-class products.