drpimento (3863) - La Crosse, Wisconsin, USA - FEB 13, 2018
This is a decent enough belgian-style tripel with honey orange. But I don't see anything here that is especially distinguishing. It has the requisite yeasty Belgian e qualities of a tripel. It's good enough if you happen to run into it and have one but I wouldn't go out of my way to find one. notalush (5983) - Lakewood, Colorado, USA - FEB 6, 2018
Bottle - clear gold with lively carbonation - heavy sweet honey in the nose, with candied citrus, white pepper, and the mild presence of other phenols (plastic) and esters (clove) - flavor is sweet, but there his heavy spiciness and earthy phenolics that try to balance, overall not quite winning out, but keeping it from being cloying - honey provides a clean but strong sweetness - finish is orange, pepper, mild alcohol warmth - it's okay. Brown316 (4) - - FEB 3, 2018 does not count
A solid ale good flavors and aromas. I could sit down and drink this on a regular basis.
---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone onceblind (11093) - Denver, Colorado, USA - JAN 27, 2018
Clear brilliant golden hue under a thick foamy white head. Big strong phenolic Belgian golden grain aroma with some heat behind it, with a fair dose of honey and tree fruity esters. Smooth full blonde malty flavor that’s grainy and boozy and honeyedbwoth a whisper of orange candy at the end. Pretty plain and standard. A decent Tripel but forgettable. scottw86 (1180) - Maryland, USA - JAN 20, 2018
Poured a slightly hazy orange color with a white creamy head. Nice orange aroma with a touch of banana and honey. Taste is creamy and sweet with the alcohol hidden well. Nice honey and orange flavors. Aftertaste has some candy and more orange.
BeerdedDave (2041) - Beckley, USA - JAN 17, 2018
tripel brewed with wild African honey and Seville orange peel; clear gold-light amber color; funky, fruity Belgian yeast aroma with citrus notes; nice funky Belgian yeast flavor with citrus and spice notes fidelis83 (2551) - Clinton, Iowa, USA - JAN 12, 2018
Clear gold pour, small, off white head. Aroma of raw doughy yeast, bread, stone fruit, earth, honey straw, citrus zest and a hint of under ripe banana. Flavor is sweet, full honey up front; then bread dough; floral, citrus and spicy hops; dusty stone fruit and earthy, zesty citrus. Medium to heavy body, slightly syrupy, slightly chalky feel with a pleasant boozy warmth and light to medium, somewhat sharp carbonation. Pretty good stuff, works really well as a Tripel and the additions, while noticeable, don't stand in the way, but I can't really say that I think they add much. IndianaRed (5192) - Boise, Idaho, USA - JAN 12, 2018
On Tap at PreFunk Boise. Clear deep golden orange. A trace of a white head. Definite Belgian tripel yeast aroms and flavors. A little honey sweetness and hints of orange. Pretty straight forward and even. Quite good Tripel base actually. Impressed. Drake (14358) - Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA - JAN 2, 2018
Bottle from Beer Run. Hazy orange, not much of a head. Aroma of orange juice, honey, spice, bready malt. Taste is bready malt, banana, spice, honey, citrus. Medium bodied, well balanced. nuplastikk (6633) - Madison, Wisconsin, USA - DEC 23, 2017
12oz bottle. At 10%, I'm a little scared of this one from the start. Filtered orange-tan body. Foamy white/off-white head. Boozy honey aroma. The filtration helps a lot in keeping it drinkable. Doesn't have the effervescence or body of a true Belgian Ale, but the flavors are pretty nice. Orange and honey are well incorporated. Nice flowery esters among the honey tones. Pretty good.