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


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RATINGS: 167   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.32/5   EST. CALORIES: 225   ABV: 7.5%
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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Ysok02 (1771) - Mons, BELGIUM - MAY 26, 2015
Une très belle ambrée, équilibrée entre épices, fruit, fraîcheur, longueur et amertume. Belle bière

Woc (126) - BELGIUM - MAY 18, 2015
Love the taste, love the aroma, love how it looks BUT ... the carbonation is killing me. I’m burping three times after each sip. Lovely beer but cannot really enjoy it.

mjik83 (1617) - Maastricht, NETHERLANDS - FEB 11, 2015
33cl flesje bij De Gouverneur, Maastricht Alcoholpercentage van 7,5% Uitgeschonken in origineel Ramée glas Uiterlijk: amber/oranjekleurig, weinig schuim Aroma en smaak: rozijnen, kandijsuiker, donker fruit, ijzertje Conclusie: wel lekker aangenaam ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

GuideDogSaint (1720) - Xiamen, CHINA - JAN 17, 2015
330ml bottle from BePLUS, Xiamen. Pours dark amber with an off white head, thinly retained. Aroma of malt and Belgian yeast. Sweet finish. Ok not great.

fellebag (1548) - Oslo, NORWAY - OCT 24, 2014
Bottle 33cl. White head sticking. Clear dark amber brown color. Aroma is oak, grapes, carbonation. Taste is dry of oak, wood.

Alengrin (5639) - BELGIUM - SEP 30, 2014
The amber coloured one in this series of abbey beers, with yellowish white head and a malty character, caramelly, somewhat nutty, slick, sourish touch, spicy notes, medium hop bitterishness in the finish. Perfectly acceptable but not very memorable either. As for style: anyone aware of Belgian beer styles will see that this one should be labelled here as a "Belgian strong ale" (or ’edelbier’, to use OBP’s old qualification) and the blond one as an "abbey tripel", instead of the other way around...

nathanvc (647) - Brugge, BELGIUM - SEP 16, 2014
Pours a hazy amber with a big off-white head, very inviting. It has the aroma of fruits, caramel, bread and spices. It tastes medium sweet and light sour. Malts and added sugar are prominent. Average carbonation and full body. It’s hard to call this a Tripel. Very decent beer overall.

BMMillsy (1788) - Florida, USA - SEP 3, 2014
Bottle at an Italian joint in Antwerp. Pours amber colored, slightly hazy, with a big frothy white head on too. Aroma of some fruit, spice, little yeast funk. Flavor follows with sweet amber ale notes--light cherries, fig, bit of bready malt--and is supplemented by a subtle Belgian yeast and spice note. Very easy drinking brew, clean finish, with medium plus carbonation. Overall I found this to be a perfectly pleasant everyday beer. Not bad.

wvhoran (477) - Tasmania, - AUG 29, 2014
Bottle. Pours a clear amber with a nice foamy head the color of eggshells. The aroma is fruity with apricots and also toasted malts. The flavour is fruity, malty, caramel, honey. Smooth, complex, unlike anything I have tasted before.

Serapac (540) - CZECH REPUBLIC - AUG 24, 2014
Bottle, Taverne de l'homme bleu, La Hulpe. Amber, beige head. Aroma ginger bread, taste sweetish and malty. ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

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