Look: A more coppery appearance and maintained, antique or light with a good persistent head. Nose: The nose is relatively discreet and elegant with fermented touches and fine yeasts. Quite fresh. In the mouth: The flavour is full of freshness despite the alcohol content. Then there is the strong side, it is full, fat and long. Nevertheless elegance remains at the end. Neither too sugary nor excessive caramel. A beer to drink with some hard cheeses, a young Comté with a fruity balance.
The Brunehaut Triple contains a higher ABV than its Brunehaut counterparts, both the Ambree and the Blanche. This 8 percent ABV Tripel blonde brew has a coppery appearance and a heavy, persistent head. It contains a full flavor of brown sugar, toffee, and a bit of brown sugar. It’s a smooth drink that finishes on a sweet note. Gluten-free.