There are several different style of Belgian beers out there: Belgian Pale Ales, Witbiers, Saisons, Lambics, Gueuzes, Blondes, etc. I enjoy them all, especially the stronger varieties like Golden Strong Ale, Dark Strong Ale, Belgian Dubbels and Belgian Tripels.
Black Raven Brewing Company (CBM Sponsor) appreciates a good Belgian as well and have produced several over the years including: Diamond Tail Northwest Imperial Wit, Feral Hybrid Saison, Jackdaw Pumpkin Dark Saison, La Petite Mort (and it’s cousins, La Mort Bourbon and La Mort Rouge), Pour Les Oiseaux Wine Barrel Aged Saison, Raven de Garde Strong Pale and more.
Now, set for release tomorrow, August 12th, Black Raven brings us Three Sundays Triple. It’s a Belgian Style Triple Ale that’s been brewed with Belgian Candi Sugar and then aged on French and American Oak.
Here is some more information about this beer from Black Raven Brewing Company:
Three Sundays in a week you say! How can this at all be possible? Well in the old days of maritime travel, one could accomplish this seemingly impossible scenario. Our Three Sundays is less of a brain teaser and more of a palate pleaser. This new annual release is brewed in the style of a Belgian Tripel and then aged on French and American oak.
Taproom draft and 22oz bottles to go $7.99 + Tax
This will also be distributed locally, look for it in your favorite stores soon.
If you’ve had the opportunity to sample any of Black Raven’s other Belgian style offerings, then you know that they do Belgians right. Drop by the Raven’s Nest to try some Three Sundays on draft or look for it soon in your local craft bottle shop. I’d love to pick some up myself, but I’m on a low-carb kick and won’t be drinking any beer for at least a few months (torture, I know). That’s alright though. It just means I’m leaving more for you.
Drink responsibly and stay safe out there.