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RATINGS: 181   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.34/5   EST. CALORIES: 270   ABV: 9%
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Previously 8.5% abv.

Golden Belgian Abbey ale, bottle conditioned.

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3.4
davidpl (435) - Santiago, CHILE - AUG 14, 2007
Appearance: amber orange color, transparent and homogeneous bubbles. Great head, rocky, consistent and very persistent. Good adherence al glass. Aroma: malty, soft candy; fruitiness of peaches, orange and tangerines. Intensive herbal-hoppy. No complex smell. Flavor: sweet pale malty; slight candy, vanilla and honey touches. Fruitiness of peaches, tangerines and ripe pineapple. Light sourness, coriander touch. Herbal-hoppy, with medium bitterness and high permanency. Bitter-fruity finish, like peel grapefruits. Palate: medium body, semi-oily texture. Low carbonation. Good balance, not very complex, nice hoppy. Advisable.

3
Bosskie (918) - NETHERLANDS - AUG 4, 2007
UPDATED: FEB 4, 2010 8.5% 33cl bottle bought in Belgium. Weak, snowy head witha beautiful golden colour with bubble columns. Clear; looks almost like a pils. Refreshing smell with orange, citrics and subtle peach and strawberry. Bitter-sour taste with very little sweet. Dry finish. The palate is grainy-watery with a bitter-sour taste which flows into the aftertaste without much change.... hints of banana. Metallic background.

3.3
RichardGretton (4770) - Leicestershire, ENGLAND - JUL 5, 2007
Bottle. Golden beer with a very strong head. The aroma is lightly spiced and vinous and the flavour is quite bitter and yeasty spiced. Overall a reasonable beer.

3.1
Maria (10211) - Thisted, DENMARK - APR 1, 2007
Golden with a lot of sediments and a huge head. The carbonation is rather high. The aroma has notes of fruit, sweetness, flower and alcohol. The flavour is lightly sweet and spicy with notes of fruit and flower, and it has a nice citrussy finish. A nice trippel, but I would like the alcohol less dominant.

3.3
auderale (605) - Minot, North Dakota, USA - MAR 26, 2007
Cloudy golden colored pour with a medium sized head. Spicy, hoppy aroma with a nice bitter sweet hoppy finish. Not bad at all.

3.8
MiP (15943) - Sønderborg, DENMARK - MAR 24, 2007
Bottle, 8.5%. 1999 vintage, 5 years past BB date. OK bready aroma. Quite cloudy orange colour. Small, creamy white head. Good bready flavour with a little flavour hops and spicy aroma hops. Creamy aftertaste. Very rounded finish, slightly warming.

2.9
Marsiblursi (3076) - Göteborg, SWEDEN - MAR 19, 2007
(Bottle) Pours hazy amber with green and grey hints. Medium sweet, light sugary aroma with notes of spices and fruits mostly apricots and pears. Hints of hops. Light caramelly. Subtle citric notes both in the aroma and in the flavour. Maybe some almond paste. Medium sweet, a bit sugary but refreshing flavour with notes of fruits. Light sourish ending. Medium body.

3.1
gnoff (10713) - Göteborg, SWEDEN - MAR 2, 2007
(33 cl bottle at The Rover, Göteborg) Shady orange color, small white head. Fruity sweet marzipan and yeast, sugary scent, also metal. Sweet marzipan and yeast taste. Sweet and alcohol aftertaste. Spritzy mouthfeel, low bitterness.

3.6
SHIG (4963) - Wasilla, Alaska, USA - FEB 1, 2007
Bottle: Poured an orangish hazy amber with thick creamy white head. Sour fruit aroma. Sweet fruit and spicy malt flavor.

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iep (230) - Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS - JAN 26, 2007
Very clear & transparant for a tripel. Good head, good lacing. Pleasant malty aroma. Outstanding taste, very full-bodied and balanced. Slightly metallic finish. The mouthfeel is lush and thick, with low carbonation. Very nice.


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