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RATINGS: 81   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.29/5   SEASONAL: Special   EST. CALORIES: 246   ABV: 8.2%
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Belgian style Tripel ale with 35% aged in oak wine barrels.

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3.3
Capa (3301) - Kitsap, Washington, USA - JUL 18, 2017
Golden with a white head. Toasted malt, grain, sweet, wet cardboard, light spice. Medium bodied. Not that great.

3.2
gtiguy (8) - Seattle, Washington, USA - APR 28, 2017 does not count
American brewerys should just leave the Belgian style beers alone,we have no business trying to duplicate Belgian beers.Once one has tried original Trappist Belgian beers, nothing will ever compare.

3.6
stevoj (5046) - Boise, Idaho, USA - APR 16, 2017
Bomber from Boise Co-op. Dark golden, with sudden high head, which rapidly dissipates. First knock, the style needs to hold a big head. Aroma is in the ballpark, yeast, cloves. Taste carries these notes forward, sweet, slightly savory. Slick mouthfeel. Peppery finish.

3.4
Arayaga2 (2198) - portland, Oregon, USA - MAR 20, 2017
Golden, with a thin white head. Estery aroma as expected, and taste is sweet, with mild phenolics. Not great fermentation, but drinkable enough. $5/22oz

3.2
monk191 (1980) - Portland, Oregon, USA - MAR 14, 2017
A decent Tripel, smells better then it tastes. Pours a clear orange with a white head. Smells great, citrus and lots of herbs. That doesn't come out in the taste though. Fairly standard Tripel. Had in the bottle. ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

3.4
5000 (6862) - Hardened Liver, Washington, USA - NOV 20, 2011
Bottle:   Hazy straw with a slight orange hue, moderate frothy white head, spotty lacing, very subtle carbonation.   Yeasty, doughy, and bready on the nose.   Very faint citrus aspect.   Also comes across as musty.   Heavy musty/breadiness on the tongue.   Not bright like Belgian examples, but moreso that heavy bready flavor I mostly find in American versions.   Does seem a bit more musty or basement funkish than most.   A little heat and alcohol on the back, but nothing serious.   Body and mouthfeel are moderate to full... well it would appear to be a little thick anyway.   Not bad, drinkable, fairly clean, but on the heavy side without being bright.   I guess I just have this thing against most American made Tripels as being too dull, bready, and not enough floral or bright characters.   Not bad, anyhows.


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Ungstrup (37655) - Citizen of the universe, DENMARK - MAR 4, 2011
Bottled. A hazy golden beer with a lazing beige head. The aroma has notes of malt and fruit. The flavor is sweet with notes of mflat and fruit, leading to a dry finish, where the fruit note lingers.

3.4
fonefan (49399) - VestJylland, DENMARK - FEB 28, 2011

Bottle 22fl.oz.

Hazy medium grey orange color with a small to average, frothy - fizzy, fair lacing, fully diminishing, off-white head. Aroma is light moderate malty, light moderate yeasty, leather - brett, phenol, oak, white wine - grape notes. Flavor is moderate to light light heavy sweet, light light acidic and moderate to light light heavy bitter with a long duration, wine - grape acidic. Body is medium, texture is oily, carbonation is soft. [20110223]

3.4
Theis (15152) - Frederiksberg, DENMARK - FEB 26, 2011
Bottle at Papsø’s - Thanks. Cloudy amber - white head. Fruity, candy, acid notes, tannins, peppery, wine, sweetness, apples, pear, light light hoppy, marzipan, møj, oakey. Nice.

3.1
Pinball (12155) - Copenhagen, DENMARK - FEB 24, 2011
bottle at papsø orange, small white head. belgian yeast aroma. fruity, faint fllowery. flavor is fruity, dry ,yellow fruity, malty.


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