Dulle Teve (crazy b*tch) from De Dolle Brouwers from Esen, located near Diksmuide.
De Dolle Brouwers, also known for Oerbier, Stille Nacht, Boskeun, Arabier and a few other top beers.
So those who are familiar with the above beers know what to expect.
Dulle Teve is an unfiltered and unpasteurized Belgian Tripel with an alcohol content of 10%.
Because it is unpasteurized, this Tripel is suitable for long-term storage and the taste will also evolve over time.
The use of a larger dose of sugar gives the beer a sweet start.
A slightly fruity and slightly spicy taste, with the higher alcohol content well hidden.
The aftertaste is moderately bitter.
Dulle Teve is a nickname used in the area for an annoying woman. This was first used by a café owner who wanted to brew his own beer and was able to taste two different options in the Oerbar.
His wife grew impatient and phoned him. At that moment the café owner remarked: “Do you know what you are? A crazy bitch!”
“Now make another beer, we already have the name”, he said.