yespr (45495) - Copenhagen O, DENMARK - JUL 22, 2012
From tap at Blue Palms. Pours hazy yellow to orange with a small white head. Aroma is mild fruity, toasted malty and light phenolic. Light spiced. Bitter, dry and spiced phenolic finish. anders37 (26651) - Malmö, SWEDEN - AUG 9, 2012
Draft @ Blue Palms Brewhouse, Los Angeles, CA. Pours a hazy yellow color with a small white head. Has a spicy yeasty citrus aroma. Sweetish malty spicy yeasty flavor with weak hints of citrus. Has a fruity malty spicy yeasty citrus finish. omhper (25139) - Tyresö, SWEDEN - NOV 13, 2012
Draught at Oliver Twist, Stockholm. Cloudy yellow, brief head. Fruity nose with some marzipan and white wine. Mid sweet, medium-full bodied with rounded mouthfeel. Some crystal malt. Marzipan and orange. Warming finish. madmitch76 (24807) - , Essex, ENGLAND - MAY 29, 2013
21st May 2013Leighton (21260) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - AUG 28, 2012
’Paul takes a brown shower’ tasting at Bruce’s pad. Hazy gold beer, little white head. Light palate, dry with prickly carbonation. Sweetish malt, vague touch of honey. Typical tripel spice. Light ripe fruits in the background. Dry finish. Okay.
UPDATED: MAY 21, 2013 Bottle at the Funky 8, Brooklyn, NYC. Not really blown away by this beer, but perhaps that’s because I don’t like tripels over 8.22%. Anyway, it’s quite sweet and certainly yeast-forward. Plenty of ripe, juicy and sugary fruits at play. There are much worse tripels out there - in the States AND in Belgium, mind you - but this one was still just OK. (3.4)
mcberko (17847) - Vancouver, British Columbia, CANADA - SEP 30, 2012
Bottle at Bruce’s, London - thanks to Ken! Pours lightly hazy yellow-gold with a slight, frothy white head. Nose holds lots of yeast, mushy bananas, sugary wheat. Medium to big sweet flavor, mild lemony tang, yeasty and lightly doughy wheat. Medium to full bodied with fine, creamy carbonation. Sugary, vaguely syrupy finish, plenty of doughy wheat, yeast, mellow lemon and banana. Drinkable in small doses. (3.4)
22 oz. bottle, pours a hazy pale yellow with a small white head - looks quite dull. Aroma is fairly yeast, with some dry apples and hay. Flavour is characterized primarily by the yeast and dry apples, not a traditional tripel by any means, but not a cloying sweet American "tripel" either. Finishes yeasty and apple-forward, with a medium duration. Decent, albeit forgettable tripel. yngwie (17053) - Kristiansand, NORWAY - AUG 23, 2013
Bottle, 22oz. It pours a mostly clear body, golden in color, and with some microfloaties. Dense, two-finger white head. The aroma is a tad alcoholic, with white sugar, pale malts, lemon and some banana, generic fruityness and some pine cones, grass and spices. It’s full-bodied and quite effervescent, not to an annoying degree though. Some metallic notes. Lightly warming, with some white sugar, even though it’s quite dry. Bitterness, spice notes, yellow apples and banana hints. Lasting bitter and lighlty warming finish. Pretty nice this one, although a tad warming I think. Easy to drink though, and quite tasteful. 130823 jtclockwork (16600) - , New Jersey, USA - JAN 19, 2013
Bottle. Pours gold with white head. Nose and taste of spicy pepper hops,apple skin, yeast, harsh spice and lemongrass. Slight off notes throughout. Boozy in the finish. Medium to fuller/medium body. brokensail (16449) - Dublin, California, USA - JUN 26, 2012
Pours a pale golden color with a white head. Smells fairly sweet with lots of bready malt and table sugar. A moderate fruitiness to it, mostly pears and apples with a touch of banana. Good yeastiness to it. The flavor is sweet with lots of fruit character. A touch of citrus, some banana, pear, and apple to go with a sweet bread and sugar malt base. Mild yeast and a very light spice note. bhensonb (15208) - Woodland, California, USA - OCT 30, 2012
Bomber from Wine & Cheese in Clayton, MO. Pours dirty gold with a fizzy white head. Aroma seems to have pineapple ester. Med body. Flavor is pineapple. Might be a banana undernote. Or not. Surprising. Yeast/spice gives pineapple? Tasty.