One of a handful of traditional Lambic breweries, Brassiere Cantillon in Brussels, Belgium was founded in 1900 and still brews beer the same way to this day.
Although it is a Belgian Tripel, the “tripel” in this beer’s name is for another reason. Can you guess?
Fully named Avec les bons Voeux de la brasserie Dupont, meaning “With the best wishes of the Brewery Dupont,” this beer was initially brewed as a New Year’s gift to the Dupont Brewery’s most loyal customers since its founding in 1970.
Neither this brewery nor this beer were initially named Duvel.