Aerts Tripel from the Aerts Brewery located in Geel.
In 1909, the brothers Louis and Karel Aerts were given permission to establish a brewery. A pity for them, “The Great War” broke out a few years later and in no time the brewery’s boilers were claimed by the German occupiers. Sloesh, done, finito …
The brewery had only a short life.
Brewery Aerts was recently revived. With, as it were, a few small (20l) test kettles and 1 large 200 liter kettle.
Because these quantities are too small, brewing and bottling was left to the Pirlot Brewery.
Aerts Tripel has a slightly sweet and fruity taste with a slightly fuller character and a slightly alcoholic taste.
Wich is undoubtedly due to its higher alcohol content of 10% ABV.