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Brewed By: Unibroue

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7.69273

Number of Ratings: 6343

Style: Tripel

Brewed In: 80, Des Carrieres, Chambly, Quebec, Canada

ABV: 9%

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Tasting Notes

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Dei profile pictureDei - April 28, 2019
It?s Good!!!!
Rockhopper profile pictureRockhopper - January 5, 2019
This is a unique beer that stands out from other Belgians. A hazy gold gray hue with creamy head that lingers a bit. It?s boozy, spicy, and has clear tropical notes of mango or guava, maybe even marshmallow. An unusual and complex flavor profile. Definitely get grainy yeasty flavors too. Peppery on the tongue and good body. It grows on you. Drank right after a Duvel, which is n incomparable beer, but this is a great one too.
1chap1 profile picture1chap1 - August 8, 2018
Does not lack head! Boozey but a bit more citrusy and carbonated. Somewhat refreshing. Ok.
bamajfs profile picturebamajfs - July 6, 2018
Beautiful presentation with a heavy unfiltered hue and a super foamy head. Citrusy, sour, delicious. Alcoholic but doesn?t taste that way. Excellent.
podrzebie profile picturepodrzebie - August 7, 2017
God rest ye Belgian gentlemen, even if you are Canadian.
hellojoyjoy profile picturehellojoyjoy - July 20, 2017
Crisp and light
Greybeard51 profile pictureGreybeard51 - July 3, 2017
Pours with a large marshmallow white head. Leaves lacing. Not that much to my taste.
johnr1305 profile picturejohnr1305 - June 24, 2017
Light fruity taste with a cloudy light golden color. Worth a taste may not be one I would drink for the evening .
martini1 profile picturemartini1 - June 18, 2017
Quite good. The 9% abc is not as strong as I thought with this tripel. Sweet as expected with this Belgian Ale. Good head nice lace. A little on the sweet side but you get used to it! Great paired with food. The Canadians got this recipe right. It tastes just like Spencer Trappist Ale in USA, but a little sweeter. Good job Canucks!!!
nil profile picturenil - June 16, 2017
Effervescent with that typical Belgian twang and a peachy quality that makes this ale easier drinking than the 9% suggests.
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