Ename Tripel

Ename Tripel - Strong, blond abbey beer

Taste experience
This strong blonde abbey beer, refermented in the bottle, smells of citrus, pineapple, peach, nectarine and spices. Malt and
hops caress the taste buds, both nicely balanced. The start is slightly sweet, the finish spicy to tangy.

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Additional information





Beer style


Colour of beer

Dark blonde




Chicken and poultry, Spicy and mature cheeses, Oily fish, Scallops

Available in

33cl glass return, 20L cask return


In the 10th century, the Scheldt formed the border between the French and German empires, with Ename as a strategic point. In 1063, the Benedictine abbey was founded there. The first brewing activities in the region date from that date. The abbey became the beating heart of Ename; until the eighteenth century, it was bustling with activity in and around the abbey. Unfortunately, during the French Revolution, the abbey was razed to the ground. Ruins are all that remains...

But fortunately, along with Ename Abbey, beer has not disappeared forever. With passion for beer, craftsmanship and respect for the medieval Benedictine recipe, Roman Brewery brews five full-flavoured abbey beers, each with its own character.

Roman Brewery

Ename is part of brewery Roman. As the oldest family brewery in Belgium, brewery Roman is known for its rich assortment of beers. These are brewed one by one in the traditional way, with traditional craftsmanship and a lot of love for beer and have been for almost 5 centuries....

The brewery is currently run by 14th-generation Carlo and Lode Roman. With feeling
for tradition and an eye for innovation, they too take the art of brewing to the highest standard
With a mission to create the perfect taste sensation

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