|Aroma||Berries, Honey, Malt, Dried Fruits|
|Taste||bready, caramelly, malty, raisins|
The dubbel from Westmalle is a dark, reddish-brown Trappist beer with a full and complex taste. Spicy and fruity with a bitter-fresh finish. Mild mouthfeel and a long, dry finish. Westmalle Dubbel contains 7% alcohol. Since 1856, this beer has been brewed by the Trappist monks with this recipe. It is the origin and gold standard of today's Belgian Dubbel style.
|Ingredients:||Water, Barley Malt, Hops, Yeast|
|Brewery:||Brouwerij der Trappisten van Westmalle, Antwerpsesteenweg 496, 2390 Malle, Belgium|
|Type of Hops:||-|
|Type of Malt:||-|
|ABV (% ALCOHOL):||7,0|
|Original Wort (Plato):||-|
|Bitterness (in IBUs):||28|
|Drinking Temperature (in °C):||10-13°|
|goes well with:||Pork, Beef, Strong Cheese, Heavy Dishes, Spicy Dishes, Sweet Dishes|
If the Trappist monks of the Westmalle Abbey do not pray or remain silent, they brew beer. And not just since yesterday, but since 1836. Only 20 years later they started to sell beer at the gate of the abbey.Over the yearss, the demand increased rapidly and the brewery was enlarged several times.