WVHouseofBeer (1106) - West Virginia, USA - MAR 22, 2014
Overall not a bad Tripel but not one of my favorites. A bit of a fruity aroma but nothing special. The flavors were interesting with that fruity tartness that apparently is from the feijoa fruit. Mouthfeel was too thin. A unique beer but not a great beer. skaughty (652) - Marietta, Georgia, USA - MAR 14, 2014
Pour is a little thin, with a typical trippicle aroma. When cold, it tastes like a yeasty, boozy blonde. When it warms, the tartness of the fruit takes over. Interesting to let this sit a bit.
---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone HIGHB4LL (837) - Fort Collins, Colorado, USA - MAR 10, 2014
On tap at Krazy Karls. Appearance: finger of white head, amber orange color, cloudy. Aroma: orange, leathery yeast, light apricot . Palate: average carbonation, light body, good lace. Taste: slightly sweet to mild tartness. Overall, like how malts show through yeast, but not amazing still. Unique for style. IndianaRed (5030) - Boise, Idaho, USA - FEB 13, 2014
On Tap at Whole Foods, Boise. Hazy golden with a small white head. Dry Belgian yeat aroma, with a standard light malt and fruity yeat flavor. rather dry for a Trip but flavorful and pleasant. had a few bel-trips recently and this is in the pack. Frahmo (320) - Idaho, USA - FEB 13, 2014
Golden Amber pour with a finger of head. Yeasty aroma. Sour overtone with a bitter finish. Meh..
McCheese (6) - Saskatchewan, CANADA - FEB 8, 2014 does not count
Light orange color, lingering white head. Fruity hibiscus dominates the aroma with dough and toast in the background. Flavor follows the aromas very close; hibiscus and bready malt. The beer has an initial sweetness which that’s quickly subdued by a pleasant tartness. Reminds me of a pino gris. Solid beer. bluejacket74 (1995) - Reynoldsburg, Ohio, USA - FEB 7, 2014
22 ounce bottle, best enjoyed by March 2014. Served in a goblet, the beer pours a slightly hazy golden/peach color with about an inch off-white head that stayed around a while. There’s also a lot of lacing. The brew smells like hibiscus, stone fruit/tropical fruit (which I assume is the Feijoa), bready malt, and some peppery spice. It has a fruity taste that’s hard to describe, but like the aroma it reminds me of a stone fruit and tropical fruit, along with some citrus making it an unusual mix that I wasn’t expecting. It’s a bit sweet and tart. I can also taste some bready malt and floral notes (hibiscus). Mouthfeel/body is medium, it’s well carbonated and easy to drink. I think it’s a good brew overall, I liked it. $8.99 a bomber. bigtaster (1025) - Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA - FEB 1, 2014
Honey color with white head, nose of spices and light fruit, cherries, banana. Light body with good amount of carbonation. Tangy from the start, dry, vinous characteristics, slight fruity sweetness. Balanced and delicious. CaptBeatty (31) - Ohio, USA - JAN 15, 2014
Color of dark honey, poured very clear with a very slight head. Taste starts with a good mild tripel and quickly hits with flavors of mango, maybe papaya. Even that is dwarfed by the sweetness of well, flower oils. They are very sweet, very pronounced, and the hang in the whole mouth well after the swallow. Normally, that would be off putting, but it works for this beer. Aroma is mild but hints at what that sweet finish will be. This is a polarizing beer I think, but good if it is your thing. firstsip (752) - Michigan, USA - JAN 11, 2014
On tap. Deep amber/yellow. Heavy foam on pour fades to a thin layer. Odd sort of metallic funk nose (which, I just realized, I seem to get from other Lips of Faith beers). Tastes of yeast, floral (specifically hibiscus), passionfruit. Almost tropical in its qualities.