RATINGS: 192   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.27/5   EST. CALORIES: 270   ABV: 9%
Belgian Style Tripel using same Abbey Yeast. Monster aromas and sweet flavors coming from the yeast and a huge amount of Belgian Candi Sugar. Ingredients: Weyermann Pilsner Malt, Belgian Candi Sugar, Saaz Hops.

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shigadeyo (3790) - Cincinnati, Ohio, USA - APR 6, 2007
Date: 4/05/2007
Serving: Draught sample.
Location: Dilly Deli (Cincinnati)

Tasting Notes
Aroma: Typical Belgian fruitiness and subtle spice with a hint of vinegar.
Appearance: Cloudy golden yellow with a medium white head.
Flavor: Seems to be somewhat complex. It has the typical Belgian fruit and spice flavors, but it is also somewhat sour and funky with a lingering acidic/vinegar flavor.
Palate: Medium to medium-full with a milky texture.
Overall: Good. Interesting and quite memorable.

Tmoney99 (14983) - Cincinnati, Ohio, USA - APR 5, 2007
Draft at the Dilly Deli. Pours a hazy golden color with a moderate frothy white head that diminished slowly with good lacing. Good spicy sweet fruity aroma. Medium body with a slick texture. Full complex flavor with medium smooth bittersweet finish of moderate duration. Very interesting soft brew.

bfeldmann (1050) - Wilmington, Delaware, USA - APR 5, 2007
What in the world happened here this is a trippel. Barnyard funk all over the place. Poured a light light golden color. Aroma was sasion like. Flavor was funk and light fruits. Awful

skoisirius (1908) - Earth, Washington, USA - APR 5, 2007
750 ml bottle into a Tulip glass. Pours a very hazed and cloudy orange with a slight amberish hue, looking very Saisonish. Not much of a head whatsoever. Very half sweet honey vanilla aroma with a bit of grain. Flavor is actually really disappointing. Very flat, bits of the honey and grain come through on the flavor with a tiny bit of the Saaz hops coming through in the end. Really buttery. No lingering finish, and really nothing interesting. No hint at 9% at all. Really not all that impressed whatsoever. I’d honestly expect more from Rogue...especially for what they’re charging for this - except for the fact that really, they’ve never pulled off a super successful Belgian style ale. Tastes more like a light, sweet, Saison.

5000 (6862) - Hardened Liver, Washington, USA - MAR 30, 2007
Bottle: Dull straw, quite hazy, moderate sudsy white head, dies quickly making it appear fairly still, hardly any lacing.   Doesn’t look all that appealing.   Dull grassy notes, semi-sweet, hay and oats.   No floral aspect that I can detect.   Combination sweet straw, grassy malts, a little barnish, with a slight cheese funk on the backside.   Not what I expected for a "Belgian Style Triple".   Body and mouthfeel are at best moderate.   Finish has a little oat/hay funk, cereal oriented sweet twang.   I think I paid around $14 for a 750ml of this... and now I feel cheated.   I know Arlen could do a better job than this.   This was too much like homebrew!

jmuhops (669) - Winchester, Virginia, USA - MAR 29, 2007
Pours very hazy gold-orange with a two-finger head. This head disappears rather quickly. Very spicy, briny aroma with a big banana bread base. Some yeast and light fruit. Had to take a few sips to get a furtive handle on the flavor; this thing’s so velvety that I found it hard to concentrate on anything other than mouthfeel. Out of the bottle, it’s almost like it’s hand-pumped. The flavor is pretty standard tripel fare: yeasty and spicy. Sweetness creeps in towards the end, honeyish and fruity. The finish is grainy, relatively dry, and a tad astringent. Decent domestic tripel, but Allagash has nothing to worry about.

User37895 (3085) - - MAR 24, 2007
An abbey trippel, are you kidding me? Geez, this was more of a sour/tart farmhouse beer than any abbey anything???? Poured a golden clear color (filtered?) with a thin white head. Aroma was funky, barnyard, lemons, grapes. The flavor was funky, grapes, apples, pears, black pepper, more of a saison imo. Totally caught me off guard pretending to be a tripel. Yeast, where are the yeasties? Mouthfeel was light, crisp, dry. Would have scored higher as a saison.

haddon90 (1634) - Newport Beach, California, USA - MAR 15, 2007
Pours a cloudy yellow color with a thin white head. Tropical notes. Some light spice. Smells like a nice cider. Light mouthfeel, and somewhat dry as well. Not much flavor, and I was hoping for more of a kick from a tripel. Tart finish, but doesn’t really live up to expectations.

jonas (8037) - Garching b. München, GERMANY - FEB 26, 2007
Bottle. Fruity with clear wooden and horseblanket notes on top. Hazy orange, lacing layer. Tropical fruits, cider, spice. Dry sparkly mouthfeel, medium body. Quick tart apple finish. Nice, not sure it lives up to the price though.

hopscotch (11246) - Vero Beach, Florida, USA - FEB 14, 2007
Bottle.... Hazy, light golden ale with a small, creamy, white head. The complex nose is spicy and woodsy with lots of grain, coriander phenols and bread... lightly acidic. The flavor is woodsy with moderate pungency, lightly sweet with mild spiciness (coriander phenols). Medium to full-bodied with lively carbonation. Finishes grainy, tangy and dry.

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