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RATINGS: 881   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.69/5   IBU: 50   EST. CALORIES: 270   ABV: 9%
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Troubadour Magma is an amber colored beer with the bitterness of an American IPA but balanced with the fruitiness of a Belgian Triple. Enjoy the explosion of fruity aromas from the dry-hopping. -- A Triple IPA wich Czech bittering hops and Simcoe for Dry-hopping. Made by De Proef for Drie Musketeers, Ursel.

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2.9
alvaro78 (622) - Sevilla, SPAIN - OCT 21, 2017
Aromas a caramelo y leva Buen aspecto espuma persistente En boca maltosa caramelo, alcoholica y final seco y amargo ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

3.7
PlasticSoul (107) - - OCT 13, 2017
Hazy orange colour with a frothy off-white head. Aroma is fruity, specially citrus fruits but there is also honey, yeast, and some caramel. Wow, taste is really strong. At first umami and some sweet notes. Then arrives bitterness and even some alcohol. Continue to drink, and you won't feel umami or sweetness anymore. Bitterness prevails. It is medium-bodied and oily-textured. Somewhat sticky. Carbonation is quite lively. Finish is very long and bitter. Maybe a bit much too bitter for my taste. There are many elements that I like but overall it is less good than its parts. All in all, it is indeed a good beer but I can do without it. The best thing of this beer is its heavenly aroma.

3.6
Piepenhenrich (1230) - Steinbach, GERMANY - OCT 12, 2017
From bottle. Transfer of an earlier rating without text recorded, rating only.

3.4
ciocanelu (2953) - Timisoara, ROMANIA - OCT 5, 2017
Hazy orange color with off-white head. Aroma has honey, malt sweetness and bitter dried orange peel. Taste is quite well balanced between the initial malt sweetness and the hop bitterness which grows towards the finish. Flavor is mostly pine resin and orange. Medium body and carbonation. On the downside, the alcohol is quite present and warms a bit too much.

3.5
Sven1973 (549) - GERMANY - OCT 1, 2017
UPDATED: OCT 1, 2017 Gezapft bei Beers Bank in Brüssel. Trüb, Bernstein, etwas Schaum. Aroma:Fruchtig, Hefe, Karamell. Geschmack: Bitter, Hopfen, Zitrus, Rosine.

4.4
jooilakon (277) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - SEP 30, 2017
Bottle from Real Ale, Little Venice. Big fluffy head, hazy golden-amber body. Aromas are fruity with citrus, yeast and spices. Taste is rich with intense, fruity bitterness. Citrus, spices, yeast and alcohol. Amazing beer!

4.5
vinivini (3009) - Gomel, BELARUS - SEP 28, 2017
UPDATED: SEP 29, 2017 bottle. hazy multifruit juice colour. big fluffy head. aroma: marvelous fruity and spicy yeast, candy malts. medium body. luxury taste combining lush belgian motives and robust hops. medium bitterness. awesome.

3.7
crazykiller (98) - Iasi, ROMANIA - SEP 28, 2017
33 cl bottle bought from supermarket. Pours hazy dark amber color with medium beige head. Aroma of caramel, roasted malt, belgian yeast, alcohol. Taste of dark bread, citrus, caramel, belgian yeast, alcohol. Medium body, creamy texture, average carbonation, bitter finish. Overall a good Belgian beer.

3.7
DavidSvinth (270) - DENMARK - SEP 20, 2017
UPDATED: SEP 20, 2017 Orange i glasset. Klar humlearoma med lidt frugt. God bitterhed og fylde med noter af appelsin. Solid IPA.

3.8
rumore (766) - Rimini, ITALY - SEP 8, 2017
From the tap at FOB, Rimini, Italy. Pours dark intense gold with very fine white foam, quite persistent. Aroma is resinous, some caramel and citrus. Body is dense with nice carbonation and some stickiness. Taste starts sweet, going towards bitter afterwards. Finish is rather long and sweet.


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