Beertobealive (576) - Courbevoie, FRANCE - JUN 22, 2016
Pours a short white head with typical warm malts and warm malts. Clear gold colored body. Less heat in mouth with medium length but good balance on pleasant barley.
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Drunk from 33cl bottle bought from Brussels beer discovery project. Enjoyable classical triple beer.
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Aus der Flasche getrunken (von einem holländischen Händler). Bernsteinfarben im Glas mit mächtigem weißen Schaum. Sehr fruchtige Noten und abgerundeter Gesamteindruck. MelvinKalksma (1536) - NETHERLANDS - JUN 7, 2016
DutchDrebus (6002) - Oirschot, NETHERLANDS - MAY 28, 2016
Medium aroma of malts, caramel, Belgian yeast, fruit and spices.
Turbid golden/amber beer with a medium/large off-white head.
Medium sweet with malts, caramel, Belgian yeast, fruit and spices.
This beer is slightly intense and balanced. Easy and pleasant to drink, but lacks depth, complexity and character.
Bottle. Hazy yellow colour with a medium sized white head. Smells sweetish, malts, slightly herbs. Tastes sweet, some herbs, malts. Slight hint of brett. Medium body, nice carbo.
CaptainTilven (191) - Nancy, FRANCE - APR 15, 2016
Yellow brown, light amber body headed by a magnificent and lasting foam like beaten egg whites. Aroma of biscuit, spices, grass, fruit, flowers, honey; vegetal. Elegant, fruity, smoky; fine malt, alcohol quite present; hints of spices and fruit; a bit metallic; perfect balance between malt and hop. As a true Belgian one : balanced and refined, with character, and more than just a standard one. perfect length; heady AND fine. ronaldtheriot (1936) - Laplace, Louisiana, USA - MAR 26, 2016
My bottle, I’m afraid was almost three years past the best-buy date. Arend Tripel had almost no head (just a cream-colored, very thin layer). No lacing to speak of. The aroma was of almost overripe fruit, fruit cake, tropical fruit, candy sugar, and possibly a hint of alcohol. Taste is of all that, with no bitterness or booze. Mouthfeel is medium, and this Arend Tripel finished semi-sweet and seemed quite aged. RJT drmet (967) - Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, GERMANY - MAR 21, 2016
-pours a hazy golden-amber with a big,foamy,white head
-low to medium carbonation visible
-p bread,cereals,grainy,toasty finish
-medium to high carbonation
On the fruitier side for a Tripel.Good overall, but doesn’t blow me away gallaghermurph (54) - Washington DC, USA - MAR 7, 2016
Pours a dark honey color with the cloudy characteristic of a belgian. Leaves a full what head that leaves more lacing than most. Immediate honey on the nose - if not honey than a sauternes-style sweetness. Taste is an instant sweetness that transitions to a bit of fresh water than to a light sourness and a slightly bitter finish. Notes of honey and dessert wine (again, sauternes) that then fades into a tart lemon/plum (if that makes any sense. I actually find the initial rich sweetness that fades into a light tartness highly appealing. Mouthfeel is slightly viscous, but not sticky with a soft carbonation. This surprised me to the upside in a lot of ways. Sure, its not as complex as others for its category, but I find it delicious. Bozo_skeleton (1159) - Grenoble, FRANCE - FEB 9, 2016
orangee, grosse carbo, collet moyen persistant.
Arome pain, toast, caramel
Assez ronde,toujours ces notes de cereales en premiere ligne, fruite sur le raisin et une finale un poil piquante et amere, juste ce qu’il faut.
Pas mal du tout