Gouden Carolus Triple 9° - 33cl
Gouden Carolus Triple 9°: chosen as Best Tripel beer in the world!
Already in 2002 this beer won the Gold Award at the biennial World Beer Cup in the category 'Tripel'. In 2010 this beer won gold at the European Beer Star in the category 'Belgian Style Tripel'. In 2012, again followed the gold award for best Tripel beer in the world ("World's Best Belgian-Style Tripel").
Full graceful tenderness, with a clean and neat taste, this beer will enchant you: matured in the bottle, exclusively obtained from pale malt, highly fermented and 100% natural. With a full-bodied flavor that still works thirst quenching, thanks to a balanced hopping. For ideal savouring, gently pour out in one fluent movement, at a temperature of 5-7° C (41-45°F).
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Gouden Carolus Triple 9°
In spite of modern brewing technology, this beer is brewed according to ancient traditions. It unites, now as in the past, the best products of our soil: rich barley and fine hops.. It's refined character, with a pure and rich taste, will captivate you. It is matured at length in cellar and bottle, and is guaranteed to be brewed only from pale malts. It is traditionally top-fermented and is 100% pure. The Gouden Carolus Triple has a unique colour and a full flavour due to its well-balanced hopping. To properly savour the Golden Carolus “Triple”, pour slowly in one movement leaving the yeast deposit in the bottle. This beer may be served cool but not chilled: 7-8°C is recommended. In 2002 this beer won the Gold Award in the World Beer Cup, San Diego, USA in the “Triple” category.
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Packaged well to the U.S. and tastes great!
I missed my time in Belgium and especially this beer so I decided to put in an order. The packaging was great with no broken bottles, everything well taken care of and the beer tastes great as expected! Already placed my second order.Report abuse
mr. gerald gilboe
truly an excellent beerReport abuse