Trippel Belgian Style Ale - New Belgium Brewing
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Ratings: 2,371 | Reviews: 926 | Display Reviews Only:
3.84/5 rDev +1.1%
A - thick foamy white head, patchy lacing, golden yellow hue
S - coriander, yeast, peaches
T - peaches, coriander, warming alcohol on the back end, sweet malt
M - crisp, nice on the palette
O - good balanced trippel all around, alcohol is well masking, balanced fruitiness driven by the coriander
08-08-2014 23:27:30 | More by mthomp081
5/5 rDev +31.6%
I am writing this as I am sipping my favorite beer in the whole wide world. (Which is the same beer I am reviewing, to dispel any doubts there might be).
I have had La Fin du Monde and Chimay White and many other Trippels, not to mention hundreds of other beers but New Belgium's Trippel stands out among them all. You could have one while you're grilling or cooking a Brazilian Bobo de Camarao. The 7.8% ABV is hardly noticable until it hits you.
I am not going to go into the details of appearance, aroma etc etc for this beer. It has had to be had to experience it. It is the Pliny the Elder of Trippels, of all beers in my book.
08-05-2014 03:26:54 | More by cafemondegar
4.3/5 rDev +13.2%
Apperance: Light hay color, good head little lacing.
Smell: Bold, notes of coriander, yeast, light lavender note, spice notes galore.
Taste: Up front, a bright hop note. Notes of sweetness and coriander, little sour, light pepper tones.
Mouthfeel: Properly carbonated, atypical body for Trippels.
Overall: This is a fine beer. I definitely did not expect this from New Belgium.
08-04-2014 03:21:45 | More by sammy223
Trippel Belgian Style Ale from New Belgium Brewing
86 out of 100 based on 2,371 ratings.