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Brewed By: Brouwerij Corsendonk

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Number of Ratings: 262

Style: Belgian Strong Pale Ale

Brewed In: Steenweg op Mol 118, Oud-Turnhout, 2360, Belgium

ABV: 7.50%

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dave99 profile picturedave99 - October 6, 2016
jjfregistration profile picturejjfregistration - November 17, 2015
Very enjoyable triple. Starts with a light taste due to the carbonation, but tastes more complex and alcoholic as it warms up. profile - February 18, 2015
Has a strong fizz and slight spice. Almost reminds me of a soda. Not really a fan of this one.
harriscp profile pictureharriscp - February 7, 2015
Very carbonated at first! Almost like a champagne however the carbonation settles a large bit as you drink it. Poured out of a large corked wine bottle size bottle into a stainless steel mug. Clear, dark straw color with a significant and lasting head. Very good flavor with a slight hoppiness, can taste the alcohol as it warms, however not in a bad way. Very good beer, highly recommended, does manage to sneak up on you though, should've put down the specific tastes when I started drinking it cause now I can't exactly recall specifically haha, but I do recommend without a doubt!
rsd profile picturersd - December 8, 2014
12/8/14. Blu morel. Good.
Suepon128 profile pictureSuepon128 - May 17, 2014
Nice and smooth with no after taste
bassfury profile picturebassfury - April 1, 2014
Good very fruity
Rev.Clark profile pictureRev.Clark - February 8, 2014
"Liquid bread" as they once called it. Very aromatic and a distinctive Belgium yeast flavor.
TheChuckHart profile pictureTheChuckHart - February 1, 2014
Light golden with a thinner, long lasting head. Full-bodied and well-carbonated but drinks light and easy. Bready with a slight fruity sweetness. Bought this 10-11 months ago and kept it refrigerated ever since. A very enjoyable tripel. Not sure why this was called a pale ale in the name. It's not called that on the bottle and is clearly not a pale ale. Drink this if you get a chance!
osuedj profile pictureosuedj - January 19, 2014
Definitely lighter & breadier than many triples. Had at eulogy 1/18/14.
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