Dubbel Trubbel follows a Belgian abbey-style tradition and is twice fermented. Dark, fairly full-bodied but not strong or bitter. Dubbel Trubbel shows pronounced chocolate and coffee flavours with an interesting fruity highlight. Like all our beers, it is the result of a top-fermented and lagering combination giving you a unique real ale with a continental touch.
What is a Dubbel Beer?
The term Dubbel (also double) is a Belgian Trappist beer naming convention. The origin of the Dubbel was a strong version of a brown beer brewed in Westmalle Abbey in 1856, which is known to have been on sale to the public by June 1861. In 1926, the recipe was changed, and it was sold as Dubbel Bruin. Following World War Two, abbey beers became popular in Belgium and the name “Dubbel” was used by several breweries for commercial purposes. Westmalle’s Dubbel was imitated by other breweries around the world, both Trappist and secular, leading to the emergence of a style. Dubbels are now understood to be a fairly strong (6–8% alcohol by volume) brown ale, with understated bitterness, a fairly heavy body, and a pronounced fruitiness and cereal character. Source: Wikipedia
Unfiltered and Unpasteurized
All our beers are unfiltered and unpasteurized. It’s beer as fresh as it can be! Our 500ml glass bottle beers have a best before of 3 months. Please always keep our beers refrigerated or under 12 degrees which will extend the shelf life and experience.
No Forced Carbonation