Brewed since 2009 by the Brasserie du pays Flamand, the Bracine Triple is an artisanal top fermentation beer. A beer for ageing with refermentation in the bottle, it is brewed with three times the normal amount of malt and reaches an alcohol level of 9°. These different characteristics make it a triple beer. Bracine Triple is a surprising beer that immediately conquered the drinkers of Flanders before being awarded a gold medal at the Concours Général Agricole 2009! Bracine Triple appears in the glass dressed in an orange and slightly cloudy colour and is topped with an imposing and persistent foam cap. It offers honeyed and fruity aromas on the nose with a hint of alcohol. In the mouth, it appears sweet and fruity with beautiful malty flavours that combine with the aromatic virtues of the hops used in its composition. Round and fragrant, it has a beautiful and persistent bitterness at the end of the mouth.