This small Belgian brewery is a collaboration between three friends, who met while attending a brewing course. Their joint aspirations were realised in 2008 when they opened their brewery in the town of Ruddervoorde in West Flanders.
They have a fondness for the classic Belgian styles, and this beer is their interpretation of the ubiquitous Belgian Tripel which they introduced to the world in 2010.
The beer pours a slightly hazy orange colour with a big yeasty aroma, bready malts and a herbal, grassy note.
There is an early malt and fruit sweetness, a herbal spiciness with a dull sense of tropical fruit. Then the hop bitterness takes over toward the back. It dries things right out, with a firm, lingering bitterness.