caribou43 (1324) - Lausanne, SWITZERLAND - MAR 9, 2018
I have found this bottle at the grain d'Orges, in Crissier, before that they close for ever the shop. I drank this one, the last saturday, at home, in Lausanne. Best before 03/18, the color is yellow/orange, normal carbonation for the style, white foam. It is a classical tripel, average, without surprise but it is fully drinkable. You smell the degree of alcool, malty, sweet, typical touch of Belgium yeast, apricot, malty, some hop, a bit dry at the final. LukaszK (192) - Wrocław, POLAND - FEB 20, 2018
UPDATED: FEB 20, 2018 Butelka 0,75 z datą do 11.08.2018.
Wygląd: słomkowe, bursztynowe, lekko mętne, piana wysoka i trwała.
Aromat: pomarańcze, przyprawy korzenne, cynamon. Bez szału.
Smak: wytrawne. Gorzkie pomarańcze, trochę jak grzaniec z pomarańczami, gałka muszkatołowa, drożdżowy posmak. Goryczka zalegająca. Alkohol dobrze ukryty, piwo miło rozgrzewa. Bez wad, ale i bez szału. pippomix (43) - ITALY - FEB 6, 2018
UPDATED: FEB 6, 2018 Buona tripel belga di Bruges, si presenta di un colore giallo chiaro con una densa schiuma abbondante e molto persistente. Presenta aromi di spezie e albicocca e un gusto pieno, deciso, corposo, che dal dolce vira molto lentamente all'amaro. Insomma, una tripel belga classica, senza guizzi particolari, ma sicuramente ottima. NiklasT (189) - SWEDEN - FEB 5, 2018
UPDATED: FEB 5, 2018 Orange, lite dimmig. Doften åt det syrligare hållet för en Tripel, lätt jästa äpplen. Markerad kolsyra. Smaken följer doften men successivt lite mer sötma, aprikoser, lite fikon o örter. Beskan smyger in fint på slutet. Mycket bra! Gangstergafje (1410) - Capelle aan den IJssel, NETHERLANDS - JAN 31, 2018
31-01-2018; bottle; at home; drunk as Brabante Gran Triple (bought somewhere in Spain).
The looks of the beer are nice. It has the looks of a Tripel already. The colour of the beer is a nice golden amber. The beer has a slight haziness. A lot of fine bubbles are rising towards the top. On top of the beer a nice thick soft fluffy layer of foam is formed. Foam retention is very good. The foam stays on top of the beer for quite some time.
The smell of the beer is familiar. Not very special...but not bad. It is not to strong. There are some nice malty notes. The malts gives some sweet aromas and a nice alcohol sweet touch. Some caramel touches are also there. Hops give some nice hops touches. A bit herbal and earthy...not to strong. All in all, a fine smell but not very special.
The taste of the beer is also familiar, a tiny bit mild and not very special. There are some firm malts, giving some sweet caramel and clear sweet alcohol. There is a touch of liquorice. Hops give some herbal and earthy notes and provide bitterness and some sour notes. However, the beer is a bit old and this can be tasted. I guess it'll be better if it is fresher. The beer is balanced.
The palate is fine. Medium body, smooth and medium high carbonation. The finish of the beer is fine. Some earthy herbal malts, strong alcohol and a touch of malts. All in all...a fine beer. Not very special, but not bad.
Piepenhenrich (1329) - Steinbach, GERMANY - OCT 8, 2017
From bottle. Transfer of an earlier rating without text recorded, rating only. gustavofnd (238) - SAO PAULO, BRAZIL - AUG 18, 2017
Ótima tripel. Muito boa cerveja, vale a pena tomar novamente. Tomei em Bruxelas.
---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone Acaro (345) - Madrid, SPAIN - JUN 15, 2017
UPDATED: JUL 12, 2017 Aroma: Caramel and fruits.
Appearance: Ambar color with hazy liquid and white head.
Taste: Medium sweetness.
Palate: Medium body with creamy texture and average carbonation. Sour caramel finish.
Overall: Brabante Gran Triple. Drink medium temperature to appreciate. Not for summer. schavuitje (308) - APELDOORN, NETHERLANDS - MAY 28, 2017
A delicious golden something ale ale, a nice aroma of bitter and spicy hop herbs, also in taste soft sweet malt light spicy and gummy yeast flavor
Totally subtle vinivini (3307) - Gomel, BELARUS - MAY 8, 2017
Cloudy golden ale, huge white rocky everlasting head. Aroma: sourish yeast, spices, candy, corn. Medium body. Soft carbonation. Sweet malty taste start. Yeasty middle. Lightly alcoholic and metallic ending.