WESTMALLE DUBBEL, FRUITY AND FULL IN THE MOUTH
Westmalle Dubbel (7%) is a dark red-earthy colored beer with a rich, complex taste thanks to re-fermentation in the bottle. You get hints of caramel, malt and fruity esters suggestive of ready banana. The beer pearlises beneath a covering of thick, cream-shaded froth. An exquisite ribbon design structures within the glass once discharged. The long, dry completion of this fair, gentle Trappist beer will remain with you.
TRAPPIST OR DUBBEL?
In 1865 the priests of Westmalle began brewing a dark Trappist beer notwithstanding their table beer. They balanced the recipe in 1926, multiplying the measures of crude fixings to create another, more grounded beer. Dubbel is an intelligent name for this doubled beer, though it is all the more frequently just called 'Trappist'. To this day, the 1926 recipe is the reason for Westmalle Dubbel.
WESTMALLE DUBBEL: BOTTLE AND DRAFT
We are on the whole acquainted with Westmalle Dubbel in 33 cl bottles. Yet, around 150 deliberately chose Belgian bistros and cafés serve this beer on tap from barrels containing 20, 30 and 50 liters. In the barrel, this living beer develops contrastingly to rise with a marginally sweeter taste.
Westmalle Dubbel can likewise be bought in 75 cl bottles. The beer develops in an alternate manner in a bigger bottle to create an observably milder completion.
Statement: "In 1856 the priests began brewing a straightforward table beer. Afterward, as request developed, they presented a dark beer that was blended with double the measure of crude fixings. This is the means by which a Dubbel got its name."