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RATINGS: 994   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.43/5   EST. CALORIES: 279   ABV: 9.3%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Formerly Weyerbacher Belgian Triple.
At Weyerbacher we've recreated a Belgian Trippel without limitation. We use premium Pilsener malts, candi-sugar, and yeast strains- all imported from Belgium. To be true to the style, our Trippel is bottle conditioned. This means we add a bit of candi-sugar and yeast just prior to bottling. This imparts a special effervescence to the beer, a creamier carbonation, and also extends the shelf life. The on-going fermentation inside the bottle will change the character of the beer as it ages, and you'll find it becomes dryer with age. You may want to lay down a few bottles for future evaluation. We suggest storing at cellar temperatures -around 55 degrees F- and away from light.

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2.7
tiggmtl (4544) - East York, Ontario, CANADA - DEC 8, 2004
Strong fruity aroma with plenty of sweet candy sugar and some light notes of alcohol. Hazy yellow straw coloured with fizzy white head that diminishes to thin cover. Sweet and fruity with light phenolics in the finish and a fair bitterness in the aftertaste. Alcohol is present in the flavour and also as a warming sensation. Fizzy carbonation is disappointing and texture is creamy if a bit oily. Bottle.

3
jercraigs (10591) - Toronto, Ontario, CANADA - DEC 5, 2004
Bottle. Golden yellow body, smallish white head. Sweet alcohol dominates the aroma. In the flavour, sweet malt gives way to a pushy dry alcohol. Touch of fruitness. Average palate. Disappointing, since I have high hopes for Weyerbacher stuff. I’d rather have a Blithering Idiot though.

4.1
lachesis (757) - St Idesbald, BELGIUM - NOV 30, 2004
UPDATED: DEC 8, 2004 Outstanding hazy Gold-blond beer with a fine white fluffy froth. Very elegant aroma’s of soft spices, fresh stonefruits, some pinewood and nice malt aroma’s. Nose is a little sweet and has an outstanding freshness. The taste is very fine and has an outstanding tingling fruity frechness in the mouth. For all that high Alc Vol of 9,3% it is still a very refined brew. In the taste you can notice hints of malts, soft spices, some pepper, fresh fruits, like apricots and peaches, almonds, cassondade sugar, even some fresh mint and cakes. In the aftertaste you can notice an elegant alcohol touch that turns into an excellent sharp freshness that lingers on for minutes. I realy like this one and it makes my mouth water. I like to thank EYEDRINKALE for sending me this very original beer.

3.5
Quetzalcoatl (153) - Baltimore, Maryland, USA - NOV 19, 2004
Pours a hazy golden yellow. Very sweet and candy-like nose. There is no shortage of candi sugars in the flavor either, starting sweet and rich but thins out and is rather warming in the aftertaste. Missing the yeasty presence of many other similar brews.

2.4
willblake (2654) - Bel Air, Maryland, USA - NOV 12, 2004
11.11.04 12oz bottle. I’ve had many of this beer looking for the one that hits the money. Maybe that bottle isn’t out there. Thick looking golden with small head and no lace. Aromas of bubblegum and fruit salad and melting sugar. Falvors of limp fruits, some banana, some old citrus, nothing fresh of vibrant. Mulchy grass. Not at all exciting and maybe even overrated at a mediocre 3.5. A major disappointment to me from a favorite brewer. Palate sticky, sweet, and flat. A real let-down.

3.2
skaughty (652) - Marietta, Georgia, USA - OCT 27, 2004
The Candi Sugar and yeast are that of a Belgian Trippel, but everything else is so simple that there is little reason to get excited. The flavor was alcoholic and the finish carried the heat...equally as disappointing as the Weyerbacher Quad.

3.3
ante (3373) - Stockholm, SWEDEN - OCT 22, 2004
UPDATED: OCT 23, 2004 (bottle, sampled at Akkurat, Stockholm) Slithgly hazy apearnace with a orange colour. Almost no head. Clean aroma of oranges, wet grass and candid sugar. Oranges, herbs, grass and sugar in flavour. Sweet orangey aftertaste with hints of herbs and sugar. Ok tripel.

3.5
Rastacouere (6177) - Montreal, Quebec, CANADA - OCT 18, 2004
Merry Monks appears a totally clear dark gold with minimal head that sadly completely fades out after 10 seconds and then looks a bit dull. Expressive yeast on the nose reminds of raw pie crust. Good fruit esters range (melon, banana, mango). Floral and spicy(mint, jasmine) hops somehow manage to leave an impression despite all the other things happening while the aroma is not all that intense. Sweet initial taste, but there’s a firm hoppiness developping in a perfumey and herbal way, almost grassy. I don’t know why I don’t like it more, but the hypothesis is just the huge competition level in this particular style where you need big demarcative aspects (mostly complexity, appearance and balance) to be at the top. This one gives me the impression of a balanced ale with well contained alcohol which makes for a very decent american take on the style despite lousy looks. It was perhaps a tad overexpressive on the yeast though.

3.1
desurfer (1302) - Melbourne, Florida, USA - OCT 15, 2004
A small white head sits atop a hazy, straw gold body. Aroma of grass and malt, little alcohol. Flavor is a bit too tart, very sharp and not lasting. Better Tripels I’ve had coat the mouth, but this is just one bite that fades too fast. Finish is bland and sweet.

3.5
Enniskillen (2058) - Bakersfield, California, USA - OCT 15, 2004
Aroma is apples, alcohol, nutmeg, and other spices with a little alcohol. No head, but nice foggy orange and gold body. Taste is alcohol, dried fruit, and slightly nutty. A pretty good tripel, just lacks complexity.


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