Brewed by Unibroue (Sapporo)
Style: Abbey Tripel
Chambly, Canada


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RATINGS: 3061   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.83/5   IBU: 19   EST. CALORIES: 270   ABV: 9%
Bottle conditioned.
"The end of the world. The excellence of triple fermentation through a blend of special yeasts gives this malt beverage an exquisitely robust flavor of exceptional refinement."

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Amator (29) - USA - NOV 26, 2005
Another winner from Uniqbroue. Several delicate flavors to be found through the thick head of this wonderful triple. The namer refers to Quebec(pictured on the label) as the end of the world, and as far as beligan ales outside of belgium, I must agree.

mtdshn (173) - Moline, Illinois, USA - NOV 23, 2005
TheBeerOrg nailed it: thick foamy white head with white wine and watermelon scents. Incredible for a beer. Citrusy and yeasty tastes, very, very drinkable and surprisingly light for a trippel. Alcohol hits pretty damn quickly. An absolutey fascinating beer, and I now know why people talk so highly of it.

TheBeerOrg (2145) - Louisville, Kentucky, USA - NOV 22, 2005
UPDATED: DEC 13, 2007 Pours a cloudy golden with a mostly maintained foamy off-white head. Aroma of sweet esters: lemon, apricots, honey and white grapes. Taste is more fruity esters with notes of citrus, honey, and lightly bready malt. Also some herbal notes near the end. Alcohol is a bit noticable in the finish, but just enough to mesh well. Mouthfeel is medium to full bodied, with a lightly dry finish. Carbonation is lush and lively, which is the norm for Unibroue. Overall, it’s quite enjoyable, but why do I feel that Unibroue could do better?

FlagstoneHill (215) - Erie, Colorado, USA - NOV 22, 2005
Exciting carbonation activity, a little blow-over followed by a long-lasting meringue-like head. . . Malty aroma, with hints of clove, pepper and coriander. Amber color, cloudy. . . .Malty start with, complex, sweet finish with lots of esters. . . a little prickly, but very smooth. . . . Very tasty Belgian Ale. Quite complex and inviting. Alcohol strength is noticable. find it!

cvillebeer (134) - Charlottesville, Virginia, USA - NOV 21, 2005
If you pour carefully, this beer produces a towering white head that has some staying power. The aroma is fruity/spicy that continues in the taste. The mouthfeel is surprisingly dry for a beer of this strength- appropriate for a triple, and nice. There are hints of apple, a little citrus and mystereous yeast flavors present and it trails off with a long, dry finish. Excellent!

BeerHawk (1810) - Huntsville, Alabama, USA - NOV 21, 2005
Bottle (Best before 7-27-08). Poured a cloudy yellow with an average sized, rocky, white head that fully dissipated during the drink. Lemon, fruit, and flowers detected in the aroma. The flavor let out spices, clove, and lemon. Light and dry with lively carbonation. The higher alcohol is hidden well and this one is was very enjoyable. I imagine this one being very nice on a warm summer day.

ffcpa2 (9) - Phoenix, Arizona, USA - NOV 20, 2005 does not count
It just seemed a little too light and lemony. Very frothy pure white head with not much body. Not bad, but after just having a Cuvee Angelique, maybe I’ve been spoiled. Not on my list of favorites for Sunday TV Football.

gatorbeer (148) - Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, USA - NOV 20, 2005
UPDATED: NOV 25, 2005 Poured a cloudy, honey color with a nice off white head. Aroma of citrus, flowers and malt. Taste of citrusand clove. A fine beer in the Belgian White style

ivan9856 (191) - Arlington, Virginia, USA - NOV 18, 2005
The 12 oz. bottle labeled, “Best Before 04-05-08,” pours a cloudy, blonde ale with a large, quickly disappaiting, tight white head. There was little lacing. There is a light malt nose with some hops and heavy floral and citrus notes. Palate entry is fairly sweet, but there is a residual sweetness reminiscent of honeysuckle nectar due, perhaps, to bottle fermentation. Grapefruit citrus flavors predominate in the mid-palate, but I also detected essences of coriander and clove spice. The short, clean finish is refreshing and moderate on hop bitterness. Effervescent, and easy drinking, I found this ale similar to a Belgian white or German hefeweißen style. Very good.

blanstuf (16) - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA - NOV 17, 2005
I had this in a small bottle and I enjoyed it a lot. There was a lot of yeast in the poor but it was still good. Lacing lasted a long time. The smell was a lot like a belgian beer but the taste was much better. Two of my friends also tried it and were also impressed.

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