Tete De Mort Triple is brewed by Brasserie du Bocq, known in our market primarily for Blanche de Namur, but also for La Gauloise and Waterloo. Brasserie du Bocq was founded in 1858 by Martin Belot. It is still an independent brewery (how this relates to the fact that it belongs to Brouwerij Corsendonk is unclear) and adheres to tradition, that is, brews ales with bottle-fermentation.
Tête De Mort Triple I haven’t seen in Russia or Belgium until now, so I noticed it at Beru Weekend (yes, it’s all from the same batch bought on New Year’s vacations).
Tete De Mort Triple (Belgium, Purnod) – 8.1/17.1 If you want to understand what a classic Belgian triple means without “that whole thing,” this beer is perfect to illustrate. It has a beautiful golden color. The aroma has some flowers and esters. The flavor is mild, a little grainy and a little lollipopy. Alcohol is not felt in any way. The aftertaste is tart, grassy and balances the sweetness of taste well. Grade “B+”.