Brewed by Unibroue (Sapporo)
Style: Tripel
Chambly, Canada


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RATINGS: 620   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.49/5   EST. CALORIES: 231   ABV: 7.7%
Belgian type ale with triple fermentation. L’Eau Bénite is a golden ale with a slightly fruity taste and a light spicy aromatic flavor.
Ingredients: Malt, hops, yeast, sugar.

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cattaneopapa (585) - Toronto, Ontario, CANADA - JUL 6, 2018
750ml bottle from IGA in Gatineau, QC. Pours a hazy deep golden colour with one finger of lasting white head and some lacing. Spicy aroma with some banana notes. Taste matches the aroma with some citrus notes. Creamy mouthfeel (similar to Tripel Karmeliet) with mid-high carbonation. Excellent tripel.

Nurmis (1357) - Oulu, FINLAND - JUL 1, 2018
Bottle. Pours hazy yellow with white head. Strong body. Sweet. Lots of belgian yeast and fruitiness. Orange.

loscovar (1392) - Principality of SEALAND, - MAR 21, 2018
Bottle from beershop. Hazy orange color, white head. Yeast, fruits, peach, figue, booze. Good stuff

BigBeer45 (1663) - Michigan, USA - JUL 28, 2017
Bottle, sampled in a large tulip glass, this ale had a orange-gold pour with hints of yellow at the sides of the glass, the pour started out clear and got hazy as the bottle emptied, the pour gave an initial two to three finger white head that receded to a thin cover and sticky ring, the glass had a center stream of bubbles of medium flow or a little less, there was a layer of medium to dark brown colored on the bottom of the bottle, the nose had yeast and fresh bread aromas, pear and apple fruit, some alcohol esters, malt and fruit sweetness, a little dough in the background, it had flavors of apple and pear, light malt and bread, and fruit sweetness, a little pepper at the finish but not much in dryness or citrus, the mouth feel was light to almost medium with a little creamy feel on the palate, I thought the carbonation was a little light, it could have used more carbonation, not a stand out in the world of tripel beers, the Unibroue La Fin du Monde was a much better example of a tripel, an ok drink.

radagast83 (9992) - Arlington, Virginia, USA - JUL 13, 2017
750ml bottle at the RateBeer DC tasting. I believe I overheard that this was a 2 year old bottle. Poured a hazy yellow color with a small off-white head. Aroma was light herbal notes, some lemon notes. Light sweet grains, wheat. Light cardboard? Light fruity notes. Hay with a dry finish.

GenDV138 (9047) - Falls Church, Virginia, USA - JUL 12, 2017
Bottle at the RateBeer DC tasting. Slightly hazy yellow with off-white head. Aromas of malt, herbs, raisins. Tastes of malt, herbs, spice, candied fruit, raisins. Medium body with a dry finish.

nimbleprop (10241) - SouthWest, Washington, Washington DC, USA - JUL 11, 2017
750ml bottle pours a clear, dark gold with some cloudy, white head. Nose has yeast, grist, candy, candlewax, apricot. Flavor is sweet, honey, apricot, some pepper, yeast. Finishes sweet.

gripweed57 (3771) - Hamilton Square, New Jersey, USA - APR 23, 2017
From old tasting notes. Hazy honey gold color. Large rocky white head. Sweet fruity malt aroma. Zesty bittersweet citrus malt has a yeasty character. Intense fruity notes. Tasty.

Ljus (644) - Quebec, CANADA - JUL 26, 2016
Apparence : Dorée, semi-claire, col moyen blanc, bonne rétention, effervescence élevée et moyennement rapide, belle petite dentelle. Nez : Levure belge : épices, agrumes surtout sous forme d’orange, céréales, un peu d’effluves florales. Goût : Goût plutôt céréalier avec une touche sucrée rappelant le miel, complémenté par les arômes de la levure belge qui se caractérisent davantage par les phénols épicés que par les esters d’orange. On a même droit à une légère amertume en finale. Léger alcool. Sensation : Effervescence élevée, corps moyen à mince, belle chaleur de l’alcool, longueur de la finale adéquate aux aspects surtout épicés et légèrement amères. Bref : Déclinaison intéressante et quelque peu différente des Triples belges. On a un corps plus malté et sucré que ce à quoi on est habitué pour le style et une légère amertume qu’on ne retrouve pas tout le temps dans ce style. L’accent est mis davantage sur les épices que sur les fruits. Sinon, on pourrait émettre des réserves sur l’apport de l’effervescence trop élevée à mon avis qui gêne l’appréciation des saveurs (surtout au début de la dégustation). De plus, en bouche, les arômes sont relégués derrière le malt, notamment les esters. Ceci étant dit, il s’agit d’une bière intéressante et assez complexe.

sulawang (1241) - - MAY 27, 2016
Visual: Pours translucent pale orange with a large dissipating head, 1 mm layer of micro retention and wet sticky lacing, spread out clustered streams. Nose: unfiltered apple juice, banana wheat malt with a bit of yeastiness. (lvl-4)-pungency Attack: crisp, mouthful of sharp tingly-fizzy CO2 Mid-palate: red apple juice, (lvl-8-sweetness), banana wheat malt, tangy alcoholic hit, background sweet barley malt Finish: clove, subtle hopped bitterness, Summary: Mostly banana wheat malt dominant with aggressive alcoholic sweetness. Somewhat palate non-compliant in the mids. Overall it is unelegant.

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