Straffe Hendrik Tripel is the last authentic Tripel Ale of Bruges.
In 1981, Henri Maes and his daughter Véronique followed the demand of the mayor and created a strong blond beer for the inauguration of the statue of Sint-Arnoldus, the saint of all beer-brewers. However, the beer became so popular, that the demand for the beer continued. It was given the name of Straffe Hendrik (Strong Hendrick), since it was a rich and strong beer.
Straffe Hendrik Tripel is a golden in colour with a sturdy white collar. The aroma is spicy with hints of black pepper, coriander and ginger, and is even insinuating the presence of oranges. The beer is brewed with a selection of Saaz and Styrian hops of a very high quality. The subtle blend of six special varieties of malt gives the beer a well-balanced and powerful taste.
|Brewery||De Halve Maan|
|Country of Origin||Brugge, Belgium|
|Hops||Saaz, Styrian hops|
zesty fish plates, desserts based on pineapple or mango,
camembert or Brugse Blomme
|Container||Bottle - 330ml|
|Marketing Materials||Bottle Image|