Keyte Tripel

This beer is so vivid, that it has a difference in taste due to the maintenance of the barrels. It tastes different form draught and from the bottle. "Keyte" means "Cuite" in French. The beer was made as a remembrance of a lost siege of Ostend for the English in 1604. It was launched by the local beercombers. Queen Elizabeth may have vanquished the Armada but at the end, after 4 years of siege, the English-Dutch protestant force had to surrender. It is known that as well the Spanish infantry as the English dronk beer and in the vessels a lot of English beer was brought in the harbour. The Keyte is a triple blond beer with a high evolution in the palate, that remembers of nuts and bread.