Bierridder_S (1153) - BELGIUM - NOV 13, 2017 jabbeloo (100) - Denderbelle, - JAN 21, 2013
2.6 AROMA 5/10 APPEARANCE 3/5 TASTE 5/10 PALATE 2/5 OVERALL 11/20
A bier that has a great name. Especially if you are from the region of Aalst. This beer is correctly brewed by the Proefbrouwerij ( Lochristi ). A correct general more sweetness than bitter ale.
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11/11/2017 - 33cl bottle @ Sporthal Mere.
Hazy orange with big white head. Nose is sweet malty, bit alcoholic, spicy. Taste is malts, bit alcoholsweetness but not much, spices, lots of carbonation, dry bitter ending. Not bad for this kind of beer. Aminatchime (252) - BELGIUM - JAN 7, 2017
Appelsapkleur met kleine witte schuimkraag. Zoete madeira geur. De smaak is zoet licht madeira met een bittere toets op het einde die ik niet echt weet te aprecieren. kraddel (9333) - Antwerp, BELGIUM - JAN 7, 2017
Pours rather clear amberblonde. Small yo good white head. Smell is dusty, bit sweet. Taste is sweet,madeira. Bit spices, mild bitter touch. Very madeirized. Not bad. Perhaps over it’s top , but a prime vintage. Kr1zz (402) - BELGIUM - SEP 4, 2016
Bottle 33cl bought at Drankenhandel Surprise in Herdersem. Pours dark blond with a big white head. Nose: malts, hop, exotic fruit, alcoholic. Taste: slightly watery texture. Pretty much a sugar sweet touch, malty character, alcoholic warmth. Slightly bitterness. edgallow (4629) - nashville, Tennessee, USA - AUG 2, 2016
11.2 oz bottle pours brown with a off white head. Aroma of malts and some fruit. Taste is earthy and malty.
bartlebier (4214) - Belchium im Biersgau, GERMANY - JUL 4, 2016
33cl bb08/2017, BH leftover. - Bref: joins the ranks of many a Belgian blond ester bomb: apricot jenever nose, honey golen malts dried out by effervescence, accompanying local hops added for balanced oblivion. If done lukewarm, this is the style that inspires tedium and desperation. For shining examples up with modern palates: Dolle Arabier, Chimay Blanche, Karmeliet, De Ranke Guldenberg. rondphoto (4508) - Lakeside Park, Kentucky, USA - MAR 4, 2016
bottle @ Party Source / Bellevue KY ---Aroma of malt. Cloudy dark amber, white head cover, bands of lace. Taste is full-bodied sweet fizzy malt that grows into a big carbonation burst on the swallow. Light earthiness follows along with a tiny bit of spice, and then light bittering. A reasonable, but, not memorable brew. bnokk (548) - Lee, Massachusetts, USA - JUL 24, 2015
APPEARANCE – dark copper color – darker than I’d expect for a tripel. A lot of sediment that is perturbed by the carbonation.
NOSE – lot of malt. Not a lot more than that.
FLAVOR – malty flavor, some effervesce, I wouldn’t have guessed it was a Belgian or a tripel if the bottle didn’t say so. shigadeyo (3819) - Cincinnati, Ohio, USA - JUL 17, 2015
Aroma of dried fruits leather, alcohol, candy; dirty, dark orange color, tons of suspended sediment; flavor is vanilla, milky caramel, leather, dried apricots, dates, and caramel, hint of butterscotch, alcohol isn’t completely overt, just a bit of hops and bitterness in the finish; medium full body, creamy mouthfeel; decent, wasn’t what I was expecting from a Triple, seems older and aged already... Alengrin (5891) - BELGIUM - JUN 14, 2015
UPDATED: NOV 10, 2017 The first beer from a relatively new contract brewer, with a label which, apart from a cryptic drawing and the name of the beer, bears almost no information whatsoever - not very exemplary towards craft beer lovers, actually. Very thickly lacing, retaining, pale yellowish white, dense and moussy head over an orangey amber coloured beer, too amber for a true tripel in fact, with a suspension of yeast bits floating around. Somewhat unusual but not unpleasant aroma of cookie dough, candied orange, walnut liqueur, passion fruit, persimmon, cranberries, lots of biscuit and butterscotch, honey, sweet white wine, sundried tomatoes, gingerbread, tobacco, raw red cabbage, old apple cake, whisky, cloves, minerals. Sweetish onset, lots of dried fruits, redcurrant, overripe apricot, hint of banana, bubblegum even, medium carbonation, notably minerally, followed by a creamy, full, soft and rounded maltiness, biscuity, bready, caramelly, toasted, adorned with spicy yeasty accents and evolving into a moderately, leafy and lightly herbal hop bitterishness, but the caramelly maltiness remains the longest, as well as a restrained yeastiness; there is some whisky-like alcohol warmth leaving a slightly tingling sensation on the root of the tongue, but nothing wry or disturbing. Very malt forward, with a butterscotch and cookie aroma I usually encounter in darker coloured beers. This is clearly made with care and attention for malt flavour and in that sense the idea of this labelling a tripel is not that far-fetched, but I’d rather classify this as a Belgian strong ale. In any case: more enjoyable than expected, a welcome addition to the Belgian beer landscape, as far as I’m concerned. I am pleasantly surprised by the lack of off-flavours or obvious flaws in the nose (no iron, no H2S, no DMS or anything else which could have ruined it), especially considering this is quite new, so I would surely drink this again.