This ruby coloured trappist style ale is mostly about tradition. Inspired by the simple but incredibly refined recipes devised by Belgian monks, Toil and Trouble is about showcasing the vast range of flavours that comprise “malty”. True to our affinity for boozy sipping beers, this dubbel is a great gateway beer for red wine drinkers.
What it smells and tastes like: Aromatics of caramelized malt, dates, and Belgian yeast. Warm flavours of raisin, spice, and fresh plum on the palate, with a balancing dry finish.