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Brewed by Gulden Spoor
Style: Belgian Strong Ale
Gullegem, Belgium

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RATINGS: 79   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.23/5   EST. CALORIES: 255   ABV: 8.5%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Brewed with coriander and liquorice, "for the ladies", the brewer says.

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KingCecil (2088) - DENMARK - FEB 8, 2012
Bottle... It pours hazy dark golden with a small white head.... the aroma is fruits, yeast and some spices... The flavor is licorice, coriander, alcohol, sweet... medium body....

3.1
Plovmand (8635) - Grindsted, DENMARK - FEB 8, 2012
Bottle. Pours hazy golden with a fluffy white head. It was gushering when opened. Floaties in the glass. The aroma is fruity and yeasty with notes of oranges. The flavour is sweet fruity and light spicy with some sweet caramel. Light alcoholic finish.

3.5
wekker84 (2420) - etten-leur, NETHERLANDS - DEC 12, 2011
330 ml bottle a hazy orange colored beer with a white head aroma malts caramel oranges bubblegum corainder and fruits flavour malts caramel fruits oranges bubblegum coriander and some hops

3.6
bhensonb (15861) - Woodland, California, USA - DEC 10, 2011
Capped 750 from Wine & Cheese in Clayton, MO. Label says tripel. Gushed a bit. Pours dirty dishwater orange gold with a temporary fizzy white head. Aroma seems to be warm caramel/toffee with anise. Full bodied. Anise it is. Almost medicinal. Coriander? It is rather warming, so perhaps that’s those seeds. And it is a little citric. Somehow it all blends together in a very good way. Finishes fairly bitter. Note: foam keeps coming out of the bottle!

3.3
thewolf (12861) - Kolding, DENMARK - AUG 19, 2011
Bottle, bought @ Willems, Grobbendonk. 8 %

Fairly explosive :o). Slight hazy orange golden with a big, frothy, off-white head. Big bubbles in the foam. Aroma is spicy, light salty, some coriander and mild sweetness. Light apple, some milky notes. High carbonation, dryish and light oily palate. Flavour is sweet malty, some apple and light oranges. Very dry herbal finish with some lingering saltiness. Elegant and quite drinkable.

4.6
Braudog (6854) - Yorktown, Virginia, USA - MAY 21, 2011
Draft at the Birch. Light and bright, and crystal clear. Gluey head. Classic aroma for a Tripel -- light and wheaty. This drinks with an amazing sticky-yet-creamy mouthfeel and an almost spicy but not quite flavor. Banana, and a little bit of orange, mingled with wheat and yeast. Amazing! (#4112, 5/21/2011)

2.8
Pinball (12421) - Copenhagen, DENMARK - MAR 10, 2011
bottle from www.beerplanet.eu
produces a lot of foam. keeps gushing... slow gusher.
almostclear orange, huge beige head.
spicy orange and lemon like aroma. typically belgian.
sweet yellow fruity, licorice, low bitterness. not sure i like the licorice/yellow fruits combo.

3.1
swoopjones (7020) - Buffalo, New York, USA - JAN 11, 2011
draft at Blue Monk, Buffalo, NY. Lighter colored pour. light fruity aroma. taste is pretty feint flavor. mild fruit driven yeastiness with a peppery finish. very drinkable but a little bland

3
Travlr (26288) - Charlotte, North Carolina, USA - DEC 24, 2010
Draft at Churchkey. Staff tried to talk me out of this one, and I should have listened. Clear yellow, white head, good lacing. Aroma of white pepper and malt. Taste is light, bitter and lager-like.

4.1
Damico (3150) - Royersford, Pennsylvania, USA - OCT 8, 2010
It has a thick syrupy hefeweizen or white ale smell, no surprise after reading the description. The color is awesome cloudy golden with sediment. The flavor has sweet vanilla and citrus notes on a thick body. The flavor of Belgian yeast comes in strong on this delicious, strong ale.


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