Waterloo Triple is a craft beer brewed since 1456. Recognised in 1815 for giving "Strength" and "Courage" during the battle of Waterloo, the triple-fermentation old-style brewing gives this beer a powerful, spicy taste.
The triple blond is both simple and complex. Its initial simplicity, with an easy approach that releases a sweet zest is quickly complemented by a bitterness that runs to the back of the mouth. Complex, with its raw ingredients, alternating bitter hops and the flexibility of its malt, gives this Waterloo beer the taste of victory.
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Water, Barley Malt, Sugar, Hops, Yeast and Spices
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John Martin Rue du Cerf 191, Genval, 1332, Belgium