Floreffe Triple owes its name to its high density and strong taste. The splendid mixture between bitterness and caramel characterises this beer. Like other beers made in Floreffe Abbey, it is not filtered. It may therefore be slightly cloudy if served cold. As the monks' recipe specifies, it is refermented in the bottle with yeast and sugar.
As a terrible punishment, any monk arriving too late for prayers or in the refectory would not get his beer entitlement.
(Allergens will be in Bold)
Water, Barley Malt, Glucose-Fructose Syrup, Dextrose, Hops and Yeast
Name and address
Brasserie Lefebvre 54, Chemin du Croly, Rebecq-Quenast, 1430, Belgium