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Brewed by Brakspear (Marston’s)
Style: English Strong Ale
Witney, England

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RATINGS: 147   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.21/5   EST. CALORIES: 201   ABV: 6.7%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Bottle conditioned.
Ingredients: Marris Otter, Black, and Crystal malts, Oats, Target hops.
Launched as a 7.2% abv bottle conditioned beer in 2005 when the brewery moved to Witney. In 2011 briefly switched to filtered in 330ml bottles, then back to bottle conditioned at 6.7%, later returning to 500ml bottles. Name changed from Triple to Triple III in 2015.
Thanks to the two fermentations in the Brakspear ’Double Drop’ system, this highly aromatic and satisfying strong beer delivers its rich flavour with subtlety and balance. Crystal, Black and Maris Otter pale malts provide the backbone of this outstanding rich beer. Hops are added three times to provide a good balance between bitterness and fragrance. This is a triple hopped strong beer, packaged in individually numbered bottles.

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4.8
Stout4stout (31) - neath, WALES - OCT 30, 2014
Extraordinarily good beer - big on flavour.

Rub-Mahogany.
Wonderful on the nose, like a fruit basket.
Very complex, bursting with flavour;
Melon, grapefruit, molasses, light-spices with slightly understated hop flavouring.
Drinks like a particularly good IPA. 500ml bottle.
And it’s 6.7% to boot!
Almost my new favourite beer.

4.1
flying_pig (1661) - SCOTLAND - SEP 21, 2012
Bottle (330ml, bottle conditioned version):

Strong malt aroma to begin that is paired with a sweet and rather fruity aroma that has hints of darker fruits and a noticeable caramel smell that is quite pleasant. There is a little bit of apple, some spice and a touch of sugar.


A deep chestnut to copper colour with a small, foamy head that is slightly off-white in colour and settles to a thin lacing after a few minutes.


Very rich and sweet with a good mix of caramel, toffee and dark fruit to begin with, coupled with some sweet sugar and a rich, malty base. There is some dates and apple along with a hint of vanilla too.


Very smooth with a medium body and medium carbonation as well. There is some definite spice and a very slightly dry ending.



An excellent beer with tonnes going on and a beer that strikes a great balance between the rich malty flavours and the sweet, dark fruit like ones. The caramel that both the aroma and taste start with are a lot stronger than I would have expected but this is a beer that I will be seeking out again in the near future.

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johndoughty (5566) - cheslyn hay, West Midlands, ENGLAND - JUN 9, 2014
Bottle. Dark bronze appearance with a small head. Excellent malty flavour and a full flavour. Cannot believe that I am giving this score to a beer from the Marstons empire. Very rarely I say this about a beer they produce but it is certainly worth checking out.


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