Starting a new beer blog, we are going to sample out another beer, which is Triple Ale, from Steen Brugge. In 1084, this brewery was founded in West Flanders. The secret of brewing this beer has been passed down to get brewmaster and is locked away from the public. Palm Breweries are brewing Steen Brugge family of beers starting in 2003. Asides that information, there is really not too much information on this brewery or their beers. Let us get into this Triple Ale.
It has a slightly clear golden color with a white constant head on this triple ale. The aroma has Belgian spices notes. The taste has a slight citrus with a carbonated spicy notes. The aftertaste has a dry and heavy spicy notes. It is kind of drinkable beer.
Here is a description from their beer bottle:
The historic Steenbrugge Abbey was founded in 1084 by St. Arnold, the patron saint of brewers. Distinguishing itself from other abbeys. Steenbrugge continues the medieval tradition of using “grunt”, a herbal mixture that is one of the secrets to creating a divine drinking experience. And to further uphold century’s of high quality, secondary fermentation is painstakingly applied to each bottle.
In closing, I was pretty interested in trying this beer. There was a nice Belgium sampler pack in a beer store by me. There is a lot of flavor and spicy notes. I love the description from the bottle. I am a little surprise they give out as much information on this brew. The beer recipe is a secret like most beers on the market. It is kind of drinkable. I enjoyed drinking but I cannot see the price for a six-pack. I bet that is why it is not on the shelf at most beer stores or high-end beer stores. If you see it, I would try this beer. Go get some! Drink it! Enjoy it! Metal it! \m/
Bill DJ Weiser