tderoeck (11110) - Gent, BELGIUM - FEB 27, 2018
30/XII/17 - 33cl bottle from Geers (Oostakker) @ New Year's holiday (Ardennes) - BB: 24/VIII/19 (2017-2265) Jerre (3865) - Waregem, BELGIUM - JUL 27, 2017
Clear dark blond beer, small creamy white head, little stable, dissipates quickly. Aroma: very malty, some grains, ripe banana, little fruity, yeast. MF: ok carbon, medium body. Taste: malty, some ripe banana, soft bitterness, some almonds, bit sweet. Aftertaste: malty, grains, more ripe banana, soft acidity, yeast, little bitter, some alcohol, phenols.
Geproefd van 33 cl flesjes met West-Vlaams Bierproefgenootschap in de Hofnar op 20 juni 2017. (Gekocht bij Beer Factory, Mons)
Wazig goudblond bier met een stevige vaste witte schuimkraag.
Aroma: moutig, gist, venkel, fruit. Medium body.
Smaak: zoet, fris, fruitig, tikje kruidig, hopbitterheid. Alengrin (6087) - BELGIUM - JUL 19, 2017
Bottle at Velootje - the owner of which is named De Vos, hence the link I suppose. I met a few people there several months ago who are apparently acquaintances of this brewer, who is a Belgian seemingly operating from Sweden and commissions this beer from Verzet... Thick and frothy, lacing, egg-white, stable head, hazy peach blonde colour with orange tinge. Aroma of peach, coriander seed, banana, wet white bread, white pepper, dried apricot, gin, vague DMS (cooked white cabbage) - as cliché as it gets for a traditional Belgian tripel. Same for the taste: fruity with some banana ester, peach and pineapple, fizzy carbo but still supple mouthfeel; bready malt body with a light caramelly sweetish touch to it, coriander soapy accent in the finish along with lingering banana and peach esters, a floral and vaguely herbal hop bitter note and warming, ’jenever’-like alcohol. Decent from a technical point of view but very stereotypical, I expected more when seeing the name Verzet on the label. It’s hard to imagine that the Swedish, with all their experimental breweries of sometimes stunningly high quality level, would still be into a beer like this nowadays... NiklasT (189) - SWEDEN - JUN 13, 2017
UPDATED: DEC 6, 2017 Light golden, thin head. Hazy. Medium in carbonation. A bit unbalanced towards the yeasty. Nice balance between sweet and fruity before a more bitter ending. Okey Tripel (hard to find a really bad one) but not one of the best. gnoff (11277) - Göteborg, SWEDEN - MAY 24, 2017
Draught at Ölrepubliken on May 24, 2017.
emdejes (98) - Gent, BELGIUM - MAY 16, 2017
Hazy to cloudy golden/amber color, nice off-white head with lacing. Banana, fruity, alcohol taste. Banana, spicy aftertaste. Medum big fairly smooth mouthfeel, low bitterness. Sweet, fruity, alcohol scent.
33 cl bottle - 7,5%
This might be the new version of this triple. I very much liked this. Very refreshing. As stated, rather bitter and pleasantly dry. dysenteri (359) - Gothenburg, SWEDEN - APR 21, 2017
Draught. Clear yellow with White head. Very triple-Esque in aroma and taste. Got the sweetness and the yeasts. It goes a little bit into the IPA territory though, it lacks a bit in alcohol. ramboraffe (2459) - Gothenburg, SWEDEN - MAR 28, 2017
Sample at En Öl och whiskymässa 2017. Clear golden with white head. Spicy, fruity with dried fruit, yeast, hay and sweet caramel. Semi dry with medium bitterness and medium carbonation.
- AndySnow (8397) - Huddinge, SWEDEN - JAN 24, 2017
How: Bottle.ekstedt (7056) - Göteborg, SWEDEN - NOV 26, 2016
Where: Shared by rlgk.
Appearance: Hazy golden colour with a white head.
Aroma: Fruit, malt, bread, yeast.
Body: Medium body and carbonation.
Flavour: Fruit, yeast, spices, some malt.
Bottle (33 cl) at Café 3 små rum. Shady golden, medium white head. Bready malt, some fruity notes. Medium bodied, medium carbonation. Dry, low to medium bitterness. But come on, a tripel at 6.5 %?