In a moment I'll take a Duvel Tripel Hop. This is a good example of the extra hop style beers that have been popular in Belgium recently, presumably after the example of the US microbreweries. Duvel is a well established beer that has been popular in Belgium and beyond for quite some time, being brewed first in 1917 (it's changed a bit over time though and only in 1970 did it have its current shape).
Somewhere in the 21st century they launched a 'Tripel Hop' version, with, as the name suggests, contains three kinds of hop. They did an extra hop version before in 2007 and 2012, but since 2012 they have been breweing a version every year, changing the third type of hop that they use. Since 2012 they've also been using experimental American hops (for 2016 they've used this apparently https://ychhops.com/varieties/hbc-291
This also makes me realize how fortunate beer lovers in Belgium and to a lesser extent also the Netherlands are. A nice brewery with an iconic eponymous beer that's sold everywhere, even in supermarkets, is great already. But even their extra hop version where they experiment with different hops every year is sold in most supermarkets in Belgium and the Netherlands!
Also, if you like hops, this is definitely a recommendation. I'm starting to get kind of oversaturated with hops due to the recent IPA hype in the Netherlands and Belgium, but this one remains very nice (and it doesn't really remain, because they have a new one every year)