Lubiere (13898) - Ottawa, Ontario, CANADA - APR 9, 2004
Hazy yellow gold beer with a thich whote head. Cloves, bananas, alcohol, some apples and buvvle gum in the nose. beautiful taste of spices (coriander, cloves) with malts, alcohol, pleases the mouth. Mouthfeel /boyd is excellent, where the alcohol warmth blends with the spices. Wuddle (23) - Moncton, New Brunswick, CANADA - APR 8, 2004
Despite the fact that I almost lost an eye openening it up I really enjoyed this brew. It tasted very good and it packed a kick. maeib (8749) - Wootton, Northampton, Northamptonshire, ENGLAND - APR 7, 2004
Bottled - Blue Meaney Toronto. Golden colour typical of a triple. Aroma of pear drops. Spicy flavour well balanced and tasty. Mathar (5) - SWEDEN - APR 5, 2004 does not count
hard to believe this beer actually does not come from belgium but québec. both complex and direct. simply great. sad that it's so hard to find it in sweden... longue vie unibroue ! brewshthereen (316) - Oregon, USA - APR 4, 2004
This beer is beautiful. The aroma is citrus, medicine smelling and dry. The flavor is complex. Hard fruit, bannanas, and spice. Yeast everywhere. brilliant and delicious.
awaller05 (305) - Sharon, Wisconsin, USA - APR 4, 2004
Light golden yellow brew, with a cloudy complexion. Sweet citrus smell. Kind of a medicine taste but sweet ending with a little hop kick at the end. Decent abbey trippel. Yankovitch333 (612) - Baltimore, Maryland, USA - APR 3, 2004
Pours a light blonde amber; almost looks like a witbier. Banana, citrus, spice, and vanilla notes on the nose. Nice smooth and silky mouthfeel. Yeast, citrus, banana, spice, and a dash of hops on the tongue. Good job of covering up the alcohol. A really nice beer. Unibroue is one of the best breweries in the world. SpeedwayJohnny (18) - Florida, USA - MAR 31, 2004
As good as any other "non-Belgian Belgian". Fruity, full-flavored. In the Duvel-Chimay white style (although I know those are technically two different style beers). Huge head, great retention. Thick appearance, with tiny floaties. Very fruity, yeasty. Not quite as crisp as Duvel. A little "spicier" than Delerium. This is a beer that will always do, an excellent bargain for a world-class brew. Long live Unibroue! jtw (1163) - farmington, Michigan, USA - MAR 30, 2004
extremely fizzy blonde color with a citrusy, spicy, malty nose, and a hint of honey. orange is the first taste, but it turns to a little bit of malt and gives way to a little floral hoppiness. clean finish, very enjoyable. completely masks the 9% alcohol! extremely smooth for such a strong beer. skaughty (652) - Marietta, Georgia, USA - MAR 29, 2004
Multiple tastings lead to this singular conclusion - Wow! Serious banana and barnyard scents present in the aroma (not the animals themseleves). Unfortunatly the flavor (which stands on its own qute well) was too mild compared to the Maudite I was sampling alongside it. I'd expect a trippel to have some more punch compared to its darker (yet lower ABV) cousins. The muskiness of the aroma carries all the way to the finish. I'd consider this a highly refined beer that has accompished its design as a canadian version of a belgian trippel. I just with the dough-like flavor had a lttle more power.