La Fin Du Monde - Unibroue
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4.63/5 rDev +7.2%
finally reviewing this one...pours an opaque and dull golden orange with a thin pillow soft layer on top this beer just looks cream already, not a lot of retention. 2nd pour: i poured it much more aggressively and it gives such a nice fluffy 2 finger head that shows great retention. the aroma is of orange peel, some hay and a slight medicinal powder. soft on the palate with oranges and citrus peel, slight lemon, yeasty, a mild sweetness with some hay characteristics everything just goes well together and precise. a little alcohol as it finishes. the mouthfeel is very creamy and it is carbonated lightly. this beer is so easy to drink and i take it for granted for sure. overall, this is the best in its style and its from canada. anytime someone says "i don't like beer" this is what i suggest...or arrogant bastard! last time i had this was for the rapture, idiot. unibroue makes such solid brews drink em.
01-07-2012 07:16:59 | More by JayAre46
5/5 rDev +15.7%
a - pours a murky golden-amber; head is three fingers of luscious white foam with streaky lacing
s - intense aroma of apples, citrus and coriander
t - a complex hoppy and malty delight
m - wonderfully smooth, with a champaign-like effervescence
d - an absolutely unmatched Tripel,this is truly "the end of the earth"
Serving type: bottle poured into a Unibroue tulip glass
01-07-2012 00:10:04 | More by akronzipfan
4.13/5 rDev -4.4%
Pours a hazy straw colour with a frothy white head. Good retention.
The nose is fruity and light with a citrusy lemon peel back to it. There are spices typical of a tripel as well.
The tongue follows the nose, with a buttery undertone to it that belies it's high alcohol level.
Quite drinkable, especially for a 9%, and quite enjoyable. Tripels are not my favourite style, but this one is done exceptionally well. Definitely worth picking up.
01-06-2012 03:28:23 | More by kemoarps
4.4/5 rDev +1.9%
This will be my first review here, so I hope I don't screw it up.
I have seen this beer on the shelf at my local grocery store for sometime now. Judging by the strange name and label, I dismissed it in the past. It had a price of $7.50 for the 750ml bottle. I was in the mood for something different with a high ABV(had a bad day). I held it up to the light and to my surprise I saw a nice cloudy haze with a decent amount of sediment on the bottom. Poured it into my trusty DFH pint glass. The color was a bright orange-yellow with a one finger head. It aroma was glorious, with citrus, clove, and the obvious high ABV. The first sip was a revelation. I am a BIG hefeweisen fan, and this tripple was a close cousin. The high ABV was overshadowed by the fruit and yeast notes. This might be my new favorite brew, and that is saying alot. It turned my bad day around 180 degrees. Prost!
01-05-2012 15:57:17 | More by ElCaholicRacer
4.5/5 rDev +4.2%
A: Pours a cloudy glowing yellow color. Nice foamy 1 finger tan head with decent retention.
S: Strong aromas of Unibroue yeast, lemon curd, pale malt and spices.
T: The pale malt and sweet yeast make up most of the flavor with some apple peel, chalky yeast and some faint earthy hops. Really nicely done.
01-04-2012 02:47:58 | More by notchucknorris
La Fin Du Monde from Unibroue
96 out of 100 based on 7,978 ratings.