Jokes (1453) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - NOV 27, 2006
Opaque, hazy gold with a tighly packed layer of tight bubbles on top. A sweet and spicy nose of lovely citrus and yeast. Lemon, cloves, fresh dough, wheat, vanilla, corriander and light banana. The body is thick and full, due to what appears to be loads of suspended yeast. The carbonation is nice, but can’t quite cut the weight. The flavor is pretty nice. Sweet, some fairly pronounced, but not overpowering, spice and a bit alcohol. The finish is long and warm, but definitely satisfying. Not my favorite from Brugge, but a treat to try and something I would drink again. kp (10882) - Woodstock, Georgia, USA - SEP 1, 2007
Date: 07/21/2007BBB63 (6557) - La Porte, Indiana, USA - JUL 27, 2008
opaque orange, frothy beige head, heavy lace,
light fruity spicy aroma with hints of citrus,
balanced malt flavor with a sweet fruityness that’s well balanced with the spicy citrus character, the sweetness picks up a candy quality as it warms and becomes a spiced candy
Aroma: 6/10; Appearance: 8/10; Flavor: 7/10; Palate: 7/10; Overall: 13/20
Indiana Microbrewers Festival: Golden hue with a small frothy head. The aroma is a bit funky and acidic, some pepper, cardamom, ginger, apricot, grassy esters along with bready malts and a hint of Belgian sugar. The taste is twangy and fruity with an aggressive boozy nature. The finish is yeasty and spicy. Mouth feel is sharp and highly warming (then again I just noticed that is 11% ABV so I guess that makes sense now). Sort of weird almost hybrid beer but it does grow on you after awhile. markwise (5441) - North of Tampa, Florida, USA - MAY 9, 2009
Thanks kiefdog for the share. Pours clear yellow with a white head. Nose is peppery, yeasty malt with apple, and some caramel, but mostly yeasty pepper. Flavor is malt, yeast, pepper, apple, and a twinge of sweetness. Decent tripel. JaBier (7958) - Capital City, Ohio, USA - JUN 23, 2009
Bottle. Cloudy gold/orange pour with a thin white head. Yeasty aroma that is a tad bit creamy with a touch of citrus. Banana yeast flavor that is somewhat peppery. Orange popsicle finish.
LadySusan (766) - Ste-Therese, Quebec, CANADA - FEB 20, 2010
Bottle at Pub Saint-Alexandre in Québec city. The color is ahazy honey with a thin beige head.The aroma is sweet and malty. The taste is bitter sweet with malt and toffee andded to this is the tatse of some hops and yeast with a nice finish in your mouth, very pleasant. MmmcKay (1052) - Brentwood, Tennessee, USA - SEP 9, 2011
One of the last pours from the keg at Brugge Brasserie. Pour is golden yellow and mostly clear but with depth and richness of color. Smells of honey comb and lemon rind. Definitely pear and vanilla. A lot of spice. Banana. Esters a plenty. Wish this was a fresh keg. But a sample is a sample and I’m not complaining. Pretty good. Has lost a little life. I’m guessing though from being the arse end of a batch. Not bad at all regardless. dwaggs2 (1297) - Jefferson City, Missouri, USA - AUG 29, 2012
Sample from beerfest. Poured a hazy yellow color with a smaller white head. Aroma was banana, spices, lemon and malts. Flavor was a lot of the same. Some bready maltiness to it. Tart finish. Something just a little off with this beer. Ferris (15235) - Burnaby, British Columbia, CANADA - JUL 20, 2016
Draft - Perfumy and flowery aromatics with some stone fruit. Clear gold with a decent white head. Sweet stone fruit, flowery with a bit of perfume and pear in the finish. MoDog (927) - Griffith, Indiana, USA - JUL 31, 2008
On tap at Three Floyds and served in a tulip. This beer poured a golden orange with a thin head of white foam that slightly lasted. Not much lace. The aroma of the beer was made up of orange peel, apricots, and strong alcohol. The flavor was strong and powerful with a heavy dose of astingent orange peels, candied apricots, bread dough, and a healthy shot of tongue warming alcohol. Interesting, but a bit intense. The mouthfeel was full-bodied and tongue coating with minimal carbonation. A pretty nice brew, but it became a bit hard to finish towards the end of the glass. Definately not your run of the mill tripel.