Maple Tripple Ale - Lawson's Finest Liquids
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3.95/5 rDev -9.4%
500ml corked and caged bottled, 2011 vintage.
Pours a deep ruby color with a very small light amber ring of foam. Nose is malty and rich, a bit sweet and maple.
Wow, taste is very maple and sweet, it isn't cloying or syrupy though which is nice and makes it surprisingly drinkable. Mothfeel is very rich and full with light carbonation, quite good!
08-15-2011 00:50:16 | More by kingcrowing
4.15/5 rDev -4.8%
As usual, thanks to jh1982 for bringing this out to the disc golf-pool party-ufc silva/sonnen II Saturday.
Pours out looking like well, maple syrup would if it was a little more viscous. Decent head and retention given that there is no water added to make this beer. Crazy. Aroma, everything Lawson's does that I've had is top notch, and their/his maple is the cream of the crop. No different here. Instead of harsh band aid-medicinal belgian yeast, this smells like breakfast.
Tastes nothing like any tripel I've ever had either. Sweet. Mild orange peel, this shares more in common with gran marinier than it does a tripel. Sticky-caramel, carbonation helps that a little, but hey, given what went into the beer, pretty understandable. Minimal oak/wood notes, this is all about the maple. As usual, tastes nowhere as big as it really is.
A good beer for sharing, I dunno if I would drink 12oz all to myself, but I'd be down to try, but its a gem more worth sharing, so thanks for sharing james! My favorite tripel, if it counts as a tripel. . .
07-09-2012 22:22:47 | More by Beerandraiderfan
3.73/5 rDev -14.4%
A - Golden with orange hues that looks like a cognac with a thicker and syrupier body. No carbonation at all.
S - Sweet maple syrup with light oak and lemon. This is a sweet nose but not a maple bomb
T - Sweet maple syrup with light oak presence to it. There is also a slight fruitiness presence to it as well as it has some light dates and berries near the middle. The finish is maple syrup with a light oak presence to it.
MF - Actually not as thick as I'd expect. It is a thick beer but it's not too syrupy or sticky. The finish has a light oak spiciness to it.
O - A sweet maple beer with a nice dark fruit presence that adds some complexity. This really wasn't as sweet as I expected it to be when you hear a beer that is essentially fermented maple. This is an interesting one that I was happy to try; however, I thought it was only OK and didn't really impress me too much.
03-26-2013 00:05:07 | More by jeonseh
4.21/5 rDev -3.4%
Thanks to Paul for sharing this one!
A: Poured a copper/red/pink color with a small off--white head. Minimal retention and head. Not entirely surprising.
S: Definitely sweet, some maple syrup, caramel and brown sugar dominate the aroma. It has a bit of candy sweetness with faint raisins.
T: Similarly sweet, candied sugar and maple syrup. Slightly estery with a little bit of booze.
M: Medium bodied, moderate retention. The 12% abv is well hidden.
O: A very interesting beer. I applaud Lawsons being innovative using maple sap/syrup instead of water. Quite drinkable for the abv with a nice flavor profile.
01-30-2013 06:38:00 | More by mdaschaf
3.75/5 rDev -14%
500 mL bottle poured into a snifter. Reviewed from notes.
Appearance - Deep amber. Some bubbles and a light ring around the edge.
Smell - Maple. Lots of maple. Booze. One-note, but maple does smell good.
Taste - Maple and toffee. Sweet, but not as much as I expected. Creamy then dries out very quickly.
Mouthfeel - Sweet and tasty. Not really boozy in the flavor. Creamy until the end.
Overall - Maple is beer magic, but there's no way I could drink more than a few ounces of this.
06-10-2013 16:59:58 | More by Alieniloquium
4.4/5 rDev +0.9%
500ml corked and caged bottle into a couple of snifters. April 2011. #360/374. Pours copper with a thin white head. Leaves back light spotty lace that slowly drips down the sides. The aroma is SWEET! I’m talking maple syrup, brown sugar, caramel, sugary dough and fruit. I’m pleased to find that is isn’t cloying in the nose however, as the complexity keeps things very interesting. The taste is pretty much the same as the aroma, very sugary on the palate but with more help from those fruity esters and some extra boozy sweetness from the ABV. The mouthfeel is fuller bodied and quite chewy on the tongue. This feels about 12% but doesn’t sting, as those aforementioned flavors eat up a lot of the booze presence here. I really liked this. I initially thought the sweetness was going to get to be too much at first but the overall complexity of this really grew on me the further I got into the glass.
01-24-2013 20:34:41 | More by Kegatron
Maple Tripple Ale from Lawson's Finest Liquids
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