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Brewed by Brasserie St-Feuillien / Friart
Style: Abbey Tripel
Le Roeulx, Belgium

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RATINGS: 1134   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.71/5   EST. CALORIES: 255   ABV: 8.5%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
This beer has a white, smooth and very compact head. Its pale amber colour is very characteristic revealing a distinctive maltiness. It has a rich aroma with a unique combination of aromatic hops, spices and the typical bouquet of fermentation - very fruity. Secondary fermentation in the bottle gives it a unique aroma due to the presence of yeast. St Feuillien Triple has a very strong and exceptionally lingering taste thanks to its density and its long storage period.

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MonkeyProver99 (24) - Boston, Massachusetts, USA - FEB 21, 2001
These beers deserve alot more credit than they get. Another great beer.

5
Nettles (2) - USA - MAY 15, 2003 does not count
From the moment you open and pour this beer the experience begins. I have to say it is by far the best beer in flavor and presentation I have experienced yet.

5
mikeben (355) - Naperville, Illinois, USA - APR 25, 2004
An excellent beer. Nutty and slightly sweet the high acl volume is not noticable. Great scent clear redish color and really smooth drink make this a favorite. Try It

5
biertwit (2) - - FEB 6, 2015 does not count
AROMA Rich, yeasty yellow fruits APPEARANCE Smooth compact white head with pale amber color TASTE Expressive yeastiness with satisfying brioche flavors and subtle hop presence PALATE Compact creamy mouthfeel. mouth coating without being cloying OVERALL The best Tripel you can get your hands on. Super smooth, with no presence of the high alchohol

4.9
mbraz (1) - BRAZIL - AUG 18, 2003 does not count
fruity and spicy aroma, well measured bitterness (yeasty) and sweetness (just enough)

4.9
corkyrory66 (1931) - BELGIUM - FEB 7, 2013
St Feuillen triple, un grand travail de cote parce que la brasserie est une habituée des hautes performances... La triple dans ce sens doit occuper une place à part, puisqu’elle doit être au faîte de la catégorie des blondes... Voyons d’abord sa force : 8,5 % abv, on est au seuil du bon niveau pour la triple. Couleur jaune foncé, un peu abricot. Clarté limpide (quand elle est bue jeune), qui a tendance à devenir voilée avec l’âge, parce qu’elle reste très vivante à l’ouverture, et donc la levure se mélange dans ce cas quelque peu à la bière. Les bulles sont donc nombreuses et quelquefois en rafale dans le verre. La mousse blanche est épaisse, aérée dans le verre, crémeuse en haut. Les arômes sont d’orge et de fruits mûrs lorsqu’elle est jeune, et passent à la date et au pruneau plus âgée. La texture est crémeuse et douce. La 1ère gorgée donne à la fois des céréales et des épices, avec des notes de girofle, citron, arrière-bouche sur l’orge. La 2ème donne des notes d’abricot et une pointe d’anis étoilé pour la bière jeune, qui évolue sur un beau relief céréales/fruits mûrs et figues pour la bière âgée. La 3ème donne déjà en étant jeune de la figue avec une pointe de genièvre, et on passe à une complexité supérieure avec l’âge. La longueur est belle. La levure souple. La finale douce. L’alcool prenant. Très belle bière du niveau abbaye clairement, avec un petit côté amer qui désoiffe, mais les degrés alcooliques sont bien là et donc on est en face d’une bière sérieuse. Manque juste une finale brillante, pour briller d’un cinq...

4.9
TortueGeniale (12) - - SEP 14, 2013
In bottle. Aroma: Fruits and hops. App: Golden hazy. T: Bitter and sweet. P: Full body and long finish. O: Excellent beer, one of my favorite tripel !!

4.9
Beachmaster (547) - Oklahoma, USA - AUG 30, 2014
On tap. pours an amber color, with a moderate white head which persists throughout the session, leaving good lacing. Nose is Belgian yeast, with strong fruit components. Taste is typical tripel, but with a distinctive anise-like finish. Very, very good--maybe the best Belgian tripel I’ve had.

4.8
Storm_Warning (83) - Suffolk, ENGLAND - JAN 28, 2012
Currently drinking while typing. When the beer is poured you can’t help but notice the aroma rising from the glass. Smells of full sweet malt, liquorice, fresh cut grass, sweet herbs and gentle caramels. The beer is amazing to look upon, an amazingly tight creamy and foamy white head that is astonishing and that lasts for what seems an eternity. It sits on top of a fresh golden pearly looking misty beer with lively looking bubbles. Intense flavours of liquorice, malts, sweetness, grassiness, sugars and an amazingly well masked alcohol content. It feels great on the tongue, great carbonation that leaves the beer well balanced, perfect head which stimulates the top lip well and also a full feel in the mouth. Absolutely amazing tripel variety which leaves me astounded everytime I drink one. I would urge anyone to try this gentle but perfect brew, astonishing!

4.7
willblake (2654) - Bel Air, Maryland, USA - JUL 7, 2004
07.07.04 750ml bottle. Classic tripel on the pour, beautiful golden orange; massive head; sporadic lace. Aromas are big and fruity; cobweb and earth aromas are more than subtle, I also smell fresh greens (dandelion or arugula) and cracked pepper, maybe some citrus. The front is fast, a big malt punch yields to surprising and pleasing hops dry flavors and body. Hints of fennel in the beers crisp middle. Wonderfully effervescent throughout. Outstanding example of one of my favorite styles.


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