This is the house beer for the famous pub in Brugges under the same name, De Garre! The pub is well concealed down a long alley where only beer lovers in search of this gem can successfully find it. This Belgian triple packs a big punch at 11% ABV. For this reason the pub owner will only allow any one visitor to order three during a sitting at this historic pub. This beer is brewed by Brouwerij Van Steenberge, famous for other big Belgian ales Piraat and Gulden Draak. The De Garre glass is as distinctive as the beer with a doorknob base and rounded chalice supporting such a big beer. De Garre is brewed using a traditional Belgian triple base with two times the amount of malt which allows the brewer to achieve the 11% ABV.