top of page
Belgian Tripel - Belgian

Belgian Tripel - Belgian


A masterpiece in golden dress brewed according to the recipe of the Trappist monks. The special Belgian Tripel yeast creates captivating spicy and fruity aromas as well as an extremely long aftertaste.

This beer has been awarded:

- World Beer Awards: Country Winner 2020

- Meiningers International Craft Beer Awards: Silver 2020

- World Beer Awards: Country Winner 2019

Type of beer: Belgian

Color: Blonde

Vol: 8.5%


a passion for aromas and tastes

Passion is reflected in particular in alluring, varied and innovative styles of beer, tasty and characterful creations, variety in the assortment and brewers eager to experiment.

Doppelleu beers have received huge awards in recent years.

In addition to this, you need to know more about it.

From modern beers to noble hops - founded in 2012, the company Doppelleu Brauwerkstatt with headquarters in Winterthur is oriented towards Belgian and Anglo-Saxon beer styles, thereby building on a growing global trend. With these two product lines Chopfab and Doppelleu, the brewery currently produces an assortment of 17 top fermentation beers. Hops, malt and water are obviously the proven basic ingredients. However, not just any hops go into the composition of the beer: we use an exclusive hops that flatters the nose and the taste buds and gives a nice finish for an intense taste pleasure.

In October 2014, the brewery won two Red Dot Design Awards for the overall brand image and for the design of the Chopfab and Doppelleu bottles.

In June 2014, she was awarded the “SEF.High-Potential” quality label as part of the SEF4KMU growth initiative. In addition, in 2016 it obtained the highest distinction awarded to young Swiss companies: the “SEF Economic Award” in the production and industry category. In 2019, Doppelleu Boxer won the title “International Craft Brewer of the Year” at the Meininger's International Craft Beer Award.

Since the merger with the first French-speaking brewery Bière du Boxer SA, Doppelleu Brauwerkstatt AG has become the only independent brewery in Switzerland with national roots with 6 low-fermentation beers and 17 top-fermentation beers.


    Related Products