"In a Shot"
And so, In a Shot:
10% ABV Bottle-refermented Belgium, Abbey Triple starts with quick, lacy head, hazy ale color, typical nose, full wintery body and dry orange, nutmeg, lime finish with a kick that will get you drunk. Try it at least once for at least that reason. Cheers!
So back at it with a new international brew to taste, I have come across the Maredsous, brought to us by the Duvel Moortgat brewing company located in Puurs, Belgium. The beer is named after the Benedictine monastery, Abbaye de Maredsous and is brewed in their tradition under their supervision. A trappist style ale described on the back label as a golden-bodied Belgian Triple with festive 'sparkle' with a creamy body and luscious head. The ale has been bottle-refermented and gets aged for two months.
Did you know that Duvel means "Devil" in Brabantian, a dialect group of the Dutch language?