Brewed by St. Bernardus Brouwerij
Style: Abbey Tripel
Watou, Belgium


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RATINGS: 2247   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.8/5   EST. CALORIES: 240   ABV: 8%
This beer, with high fermentation, has a pale amber colour and a flowery, fruity taste with a harmonious balance between sweet and sour (8% alcohol content). This beer has a thick and vivid froth and strikes by its balanced taste with a delicate bitterness.

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fonefan (51557) - VestJylland, DENMARK - JUN 1, 2008
Bottle. Light unclear medium orange color with a large, frothy, good lacing, fully lasting, white to off-white head. Aroma is light to moderate malty, fruity, citrus, light caramel, moderate yeasty, light toffee and alcohol. Flavor is moderate to light heavy sweet and bitter with a average to long duration. Body is medium, texture is oily, carbonation is soft, finish feel is light alcoholic. (160408)

yespr (48061) - Copenhagen O, DENMARK - DEC 14, 2007
33 cL bottle. Pours hazy orange and with fine yeast sediments floating around, has a lasting off-white head. Classic belgian yeast spiced aroma. Flavour holds a classic belgian spiced yeast flavour and with mild caramel malt base. Delicate yet faint compared to many other more flavourful belgian tripels.

Ungstrup (38547) - Citizen of the universe, DENMARK - AUG 14, 2003
UPDATED: DEC 25, 2004 [This rating is for the old 9% version] Hints of yeast in the aroma. A very dark beer that has a filling taste with hints of yeast and fruit. [The 7.5% version] An unclear orange beer with a fine head. The aroma is very sweet with an undistiguable powerful spice note and a weak note of black peber. The flavor is strond but flat yet the alcohol prickles even though it is just 7.5% ABV. In the middle it reminds me of flat wheat with notes of oranges and other fruits. It ends on a dry wheat note. The flavor is somewhat strange. It is definatly not as good as the Triple 9. This is not my beer. [6/4/5/4/11]

joergen (29353) - Frederiksberg, DENMARK - MAY 23, 2005
Bottled at DBF 2005.
Clear yellow coloured with a white head.
Fruity aroma with notes of spices.
Sweet flavour of bananas and spices.
Slightly bitter finish.

anders37 (27226) - Malmö, SWEDEN - NOV 1, 2009
Bottle from 2002. Pours a hazy orange color with a small white head. Has a fruity spicy yeasty aroma. Sweetish fruity malty spicy yeasty flavor. Has a fruity malty spicy yeasty finish.

oh6gdx (26485) - Vasa, FINLAND - SEP 3, 2006
Bottled. Hazy honeyish golden colour, mediumsized white foamy head. Aroma is fruity, a bit spicy and aa bit hoppy. Smoother than many other tripels. Flavour was very smooth caramel, fruits, spices and hops. Very nice palate, and one of the best balanced beers I have had in a long time.

Travlr (26196) - Charlotte, North Carolina, USA - NOV 28, 2008
A classic abbey style tripel. Good bitterness with a flowery aroma and taste. Maybe some spice to it as well.

omhper (25800) - Tyresö, SWEDEN - APR 17, 2003
Bottled. Amber coloured with rich, very lively head. Malt and some citrus in an unusually introvert aroma for a tripel. Soft mouthfeel and balanced sweetness together with a big, bready, chewy maltiness. Just a hint of coriander in an otherwise malt dominated finish.

madmitch76 (25797) - , Essex, ENGLAND - OCT 16, 2010
30th December 2005
Early amateur rating warning! An okay tripel but can’t hold a light to a Tripel Karmeliet.

Papsoe (25055) - Frederiksberg, DENMARK - MAY 19, 2005
(Bottle 33 cl) First impression is bubbly. Bubbles everywhere actually - this is extremely carbonated. Deep orange colour, almost bronze with a huge frothy head. Lots of malt with a pleasant. dry fruityness in the palate. 301093

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