Gauloise Triple

Brasserie Du Bocq (Beer)

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The ale Gauloise Triple ($20.01) is brewed by Brasserie Du Bocq with its origins in Belgium and shows an alcoholic strength of 9%. Drinks&Co users evaluate this beer with 4 out of 5 points.

Technical sheet · Gauloise Triple

Producer: Brasserie Du Bocq
Volume: 33cl
Alcohol Vol.: 9%
Type Of Beer: Ale
Country: Belgium

Description · Brasserie Du Bocq

Gauloise Triple


  • Color: Gauloise Triple has a golden color, huge white head that lasts several minutes.
  • Smell: Aromas of nuts, cilantro and honey notes, earth, yeast.
  • Taste: Taste like dry spicy flavor and alcohol.

ABV: 10% Vol


Brasserie Du Bocq

The Brasserie Du Bocq was founded in 1858 by Martin Belot and is still an independend Belgian brewery. Its headquarters is situated iin the heart of Condroz, a beautiful touristic region, where the brewery bets on traditional manufacturing processes. 45 employees ensure an annual production of...

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Gauloise Triple

GAULOISE TRIPLE 0.33l. Sale prohibited to minors. Alcohol abuse is dangerous for health. To consume with moderation.

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Posted on at 05.14

4 /5

First brewed proposed by the Brasserie du Bocq, the Gauloise was inspired at the time of knowledge of ancient Gaul, very present in the area of ​​implementation of the brewery. Gauloise Triple This is a perfect illustration of the entire Belgian talent for traditional beers. The visual point of view, this presents us with a Belgian beer blond dress topped with a thin but nevertheless persistent white foam. The nose is superb aromas of floral hops and yeast and slightly candied fruit. The palate shows her slightly heady, well balanced through the use of wheat. In perfect agreement on fish and white meat, this triple beer is not unlike the other end, including Gauloise Blonde.

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