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RATINGS: 286   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.41/5   SEASONAL: Series   EST. CALORIES: 270   ABV: 9%
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Oh my God. It’s not only a reaction for drinking one of Dieu De Ciel’s beers, but a figurative translation of the Montreal brewery’s name. Just ask our brewmaster, he’s in heaven when drinking this collaborative tripel, inspired by Dieu De Ciel’s love of hibiscus and Belgians love of the obscure, hence our addition of tart feijoa fruit. Cheers!

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3.6
GothGargoyle (2587) - Vancouver, British Columbia, CANADA - AUG 27, 2013
UPDATED: AUG 28, 2013 Clear darkish golden with a small pale head. Aroma is apricot, peaches, sugar, caramel. Medium bodied, sweet on the palate, fruity sweet finish. Taste is apricot jam, honey, nectarines. Delicious.

3.3
chickenflea (351) - Oviedo, Florida, USA - AUG 25, 2013
Pour out of 22 oz bottle, clear amber pour with fizzy but fluffy off white head, aroma brought notes of biscuit, tropical fruit and Belgian yeast. Taste is surprisingly tart. with a pineapple sweetness. Spicy and funky on the finish with a very subtle bitterness. What is this beer? There is a touch of alcohol in the nose. But other than that, it does not really resemble a tripel. Fairly dry finish, but the lingering tartness inhibits some of the dryness. It is not unpleasant. I think farmhouse might have been a better characterization.

3.3
BrettTaylor (784) - Radford, Virginia, USA - AUG 24, 2013
pours clear gold w/ hints of red, hints of red fruit and honey on nose, taste - honey, tart; not my favorite sour from this series - it’s a bit too sweet and not quite tart enough

3.4
drfabulous (8473) - Lexington, Kentucky, USA - AUG 23, 2013
22 ounce bottle from Brusin Ales. Very sweet. Hibiscus and an agave nectar taste upfront and throughout. Not sure what to make of that intense sweetness. Must be the feijoa.

3.7
Beardaxe (293) - - AUG 20, 2013
Thought this was pretty interesting. Uite sour in the front. With fruit and typical Belgian notes coming in after that. Could have used some more balance as the Belgian qualities were quite subdued and in the background. Still, quite enjoyable and unique. ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

2.4
fluffy (2472) - St Petersburg, Florida, USA - AUG 20, 2013
the alcohol was more pronounced with this one than i was expecting. but i got some of the floral acidity and a bit of cranberry and tart cherry. was just a bit hot for me.

2.2
stevoj (5432) - Boise, Idaho, USA - AUG 17, 2013
Overly tart attempt at a a tripel. thumbs down. Too sweet and cloying. Compared to Karmaliet, missed by a long shot,....

3.4
kwoeltje (2233) - Manchester, Missouri, USA - AUG 16, 2013
(bottle) gold with generous white head. Aroma of yeast, tropical fruits, Flavor is yeast. tropical fruit, light malt.

3.7
Minderbinder (3469) - Québec, Quebec, CANADA - AUG 15, 2013
Bottle 22oz. Pours golden with almost no head. Minimal lacing. Aroma is of cabernet sauvignon, fruits, sweetness. Taste: wine, fruits. Palate: Ligth-medium body. Overall: Pretty good. Nice winy notes.

3.9
BBB63 (6557) - La Porte, Indiana, USA - AUG 15, 2013
Bomber bottle and served in my big ole Karmeliet glass; Pours a nice golden hue with a mostly lasting frothy head and spotty lace. The aroma has notes of tart and tropical fruits, marzipan, caramel and pils malts, touch of white pepper. The taste is quite enjoyable with the tartness of the feijoa countering the normally found sweetness of the genre. Add the slight peppery and alcohol finish to make a nicely complex brew. The mouth feel is moderately slick and oily, a tad dry on the finish. Overall this beer exceeded my expectations, Mikey Likey.


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