Originally called "Ouden Tripel", this ancient West Flanders Brown beer has found a new enthusiastic following as a regional specialty under its current name: "Bellegems bruin".
The main ingredients of Bellegems Bruin are malted barley, wheat, hops, water, and caramelized malts. These are used to brew a bottom-fermented beer. The beer is then blended with lambic beer aged in oak for 18 months. The result is this West Flanders Brown beer. Its typical flavour is characterized by a well-balanced, hardly noticeable sourness.