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Brewed by Brasserie Du Bocq
Style: Abbey Tripel
Purnode-Yvoir, Belgium

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RATINGS: 169   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.31/5   EST. CALORIES: 225   ABV: 7.5%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
The amber colour is the result of brewing a pure variety of two-row spring malt, the addition of roasted wheat along with a careful selection of spices in its recipe. La Ramée is a non-filtered high fermentation beer, re-fermented in the bottle, exceptionally easily to digest, with a slightly peppery flavour. In order to enjoy the fullness of its flavour, we advise you to savour it at a temperature of between 7° and 10°C.

In 2015-2016 for sure brewed at Du Bocq.

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3.5
bhensonb (15747) - Woodland, California, USA - APR 21, 2010
Bottle at Delirium. Pours dark copper, with a foamy, clingy light beige head. Sharpish caramel aroma. Spicey in a peppery way. Grabs the attention. Finishes dryish, spicey and bitter.

3.5
rickgordon (3878) - Göteborg, SWEDEN - MAR 14, 2010
Bottled. Copper colour, rocky off-white head. Fruity aroma, with tad tidbits and caramel. Lively mouthfeel, with notes of tidbits, light toasty malt, of course caramel. Here is a lower spice sensation compared to the Blonde, but choriander is sensed. Nice, fruity, jelly-like finish in a medium body with an almost unexisting bitterness.

3.5
eManu (556) - Kuala Lumpur & Brussels, BELGIUM - SEP 22, 2009
Pours a hazy dark orange to copper color with a nice thick cream color head. Aroma are floral with fruits and malts. Flavors of roasted malts and caramel with some nutty side and some spices. Good amount of carbonation with a sweet dry finish. Great flavors, nice and enjoyable.

3.2
Bragesnak (5394) - Aarhus, DENMARK - MAY 31, 2009
At AKs wedding. Bottled, 300509. Amber with white head. Aroma of malt and yeast. Flavor is fruity, caramel and brown sugar.

3.4
Beer5000 (6733) - Kristiansand, NORWAY - APR 30, 2009
330 ml bottle. Hazy amber body with a big tan head. Aroma of caramel, light burnt sugar, fruit and yeast. Flavor is sweet malt, dry fruit, yeast, some roasted caramel and low bitterness. This is a typical Belgium flavor without being outstanding in any way. Can’t say I hate it or love it, but could easily drink it.

2.8
thorongil2 (3424) - , Ontario, CANADA - APR 21, 2009
Bottle (330ml) from supermarket in Belgium. Huge, creamy, off white head. Quite average tripel.

3
ogivlado (8097) - Zagreb, CROATIA - SEP 4, 2008
Bottled(330ml). -as Rame’e Ambree Tripel.
Amber coloured, huge off-white head, spicy flowery nose. Malty, sweet fruity and spicy with notes of vanilla and honey. Quite weak flavor. Some notes of camomile and also not so pleasant metallic bite in the finish.

3.4
Grovlam (4253) - Copenhagen, DENMARK - AUG 31, 2008
Bottle. Huge creamy off-white head that really lasted. Excellent display of lacework. Started out clear sparkling with particles in flow, but ended up almost muddy with a dark copper / amber color. Aroma was spicy, fruity, yeasty, toasted malt, citrus and mild metallic which passed away as the beer warmed up. Medium bodied with a lively carbonation and mild alcoholic texture. Moderated sweet flavor with a mild bitter and acidic counter note. Lingering malty and fruity spicy finish.

3.5
BoBoChamp (5878) - Gent, BELGIUM - JUL 22, 2008
33cl, from Geers Oostakker, complex, cloudy, good head, good brew, balanced

3
Dedollewaitor (16382) - Odense, DENMARK - MAY 26, 2008
Bottle 33cl. Thanks to TheWolf. Pours muddy brown with a creamy off white head. Aroma & taste is of yeast, fruit & caramel - slight roasted. Dry & thin palate. Mild sour note in the end. Quite weak Belgium beer!


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