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Brewed by Moab Brewery
Style: Abbey Tripel
Moab, Utah USA

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RATINGS: 31   MEAN: 3.46/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.41/5   SEASONAL: Special   EST. CALORIES: 258   ABV: 8.59%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Our Tripel was inspired by the hard working Artisan brewers in monasteries across Belgium. It is said that the Belgian Tripel is regarded by the Belgian ale drinker as a style itself. Our Tripel is a pale colored ale made with Pilsen malt and a traditional addition of Belgian candy sugar, then hopped with German Noble and Saaz hops. This ale has a light malt nose and a subtle hop aroma. In traditional fashion, this Tripel has been conditioned in the bottle to create natural carbonation and long-term stability.
The Tripel pairs well with fine brie and camembert cheeses, spicy Cajun food, crab cakes, shell fish and roast turkey. Delicious with non-chocolate desserts like apricot-amaretto tart, baklava, Linzer torte.

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3.4
User134089 (1644) - - MAY 10, 2015
Type: 22-oz. bottle Glass: Trappist Westvleteren XII glass From: Utah State Liquor Store #06 in Logan, Utah Price: $8.49 Purchased: May 2, 2015 Consumed: May 9, 2015 Misc.: N/A Poured a golden, straw, hazy color with two fingers of rocky white head. Some decent bubble steams coming up from the bottom of the glass. Good-looking layered foamy lacing on the sides of the glass. Great retention. (Sight - 4.00) Smelled Belgian cloves, banana, Noble hops, sour fruit, caramel, candied sugar, green apple, green grape, light plum, spoiled milk and some lingering booziness. (Smell - 3.75) Tasted similar to the nose, maybe slightly better. Got Noble hops, candied sugar, slightly spicy Belgian cloves, banana chips, green apple, slight mint, caramel, honey and grassy notes. (Taste - 3.75) Medium body. Creamy texture. Lively carbonation. Long, acidic finish. (Feel - 3.75) A decent Tripel, but nothing too special. (Overall - 3.75) 3.76 85 B

4.1
stevoj (5288) - Boise, Idaho, USA - DEC 30, 2014
Right from the pour, I knew this was going to be good. Huge fluffy head, lasts a while too. Buttery, herbal aroma, right on target. One of the better tripels I’ve had in a while, and from the USA to boot! Good all around....

3.7
ketchepillar (1199) - Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA - AUG 17, 2014
Bomber. Nicely spicy and simple but good yeast character. Pretty dry. Carbonation is a little low for a tripel. ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

3.8
cathcacr (647) - Oregon, USA - MAR 25, 2014
A tripel. Nothing more, nothing less. If you’ve had many tripels, you’ve had this before. From large bottle with considerable amounts of sediment.

3.4
EdInSaltLake (727) - Salt Lake City, Utah, USA - MAR 11, 2014
Apple-ish fruit, earthy, lightly sweet aroma. Earthy yeast and sweet malt flavor; a little fruit. Moderate bitterness. Seems really sweet for the style--but not super cloying.

2.2
poisoneddwarf (2571) - Coeur d’ Alene, Idaho, USA - JAN 10, 2014
1 qt, 0.815 oz giant swingtop bottle. The inside of the bottleneck on this has a film of gunk in it...not cool. Pours hazy yellow with a nice white pillowy head with great retention. Aroma is cloying sweet, dough, overripe bananas. Taste is also cloyingly sweet. This is a somewhat old bottle (I don’t see a date or vintage, but the price sticker says 2012, so it should still be good, I would think). I didn’t give this a high score, but I’m giving it the benefit of the doubt that this is better fresh and not giving it even worse than a 2.2 score. Two year old tripels should still be just fine if brewed right!

3.4
landisbrewery (2) - Draper, Utah, USA - JUL 24, 2013 does not count
I purchased the large quart bottle with pop cap. The beer has the expected aggressive white head of the style, but it drops out too fast. The beer has a nice golden yellow color that is cloudy. The taste is too sweet for the style, and not very complex. Hints of light fruit are overpowered by the sugar flavor. There’s a hint of spiciness, maybe pepper. There’s not the typical crisp bite of Belgian yeast, but it does break through a little in the after taste. It could be that the beer I drank is too young; this is a bottle conditioned beer. I’d expect over time for the head to develop and the sweetness to fade. The beer is not to style, but it is a gentle trippel. A bit too sweet though.

3.3
Travlr (25269) - Charlotte, North Carolina, USA - JUL 14, 2013
Giant bottle from Whole Foods P Street. Clear golden color, medium fluffy white head. Aroma of pear, peach, spice. Taste has sweet apples and spice. Not bad.

3.5
Sledutah (7729) - Utah, USA - JUN 13, 2013
On tap at MBBF 2013
Clear golden with a medium sized white head
Aroma of mild malts, bready and citrus. Flavor of sweet malts and toast
Nice

3.5
ads135 (4731) - Omaha, Nebraska, USA - JUN 2, 2013
This was an ok tripel. Yeasty with a light appearance. Fruit and citrus on the nose. Dry aftertaste with a nice mouthfeel. Winchell brought this in SLC and brought it back to Lawrence in 2013.


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