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Watou Tripel - Brouwerij St. Bernardus NV

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Reviews: 260
Hads: 508
Avg: 4.02
pDev: 13.93%
Wants: 28
Gots: 48 | FT: 0
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Style | ABV
Tripel |  7.50% ABV

Availability: Year-round

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Beer added by: Todd on 02-19-2002

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Photo of vette2006c5r
2.3/5  rDev -42.8%
look: 5 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 1.5 | feel: 2 | overall: 1.5

Watou Tripel pours a golden color with a big lacing head. There is big dark spicy aroma. The taste is yeasty with a smokey spicy flavor that leaves a weird bitterns. Flat body. Overall, strange spice notes, not for me.

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Photo of stevoj
4.24/5  rDev +5.5%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.25

Another spectacular tripel from Belgium. Pours with mile high pillowy head, spicy aroma and spicy/bitter taste. One of my favorite styles, and a another winner from Belgium.

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Photo of johnnyd10vt
3.28/5  rDev -18.4%
look: 3.25 | smell: 3.25 | taste: 3.25 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.25

Golden brown and slightly hazy. Smells yeasty like an old pub, which I suppose is how a Belgian should smell :-) the taste is well balanced and complex, sweet with the distinct alcohol flavor of a 7.5 ABV. Belgians aren't really my thing, but I find this one pretty agreeable. Would drink again.

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Photo of PorterPro125
4.25/5  rDev +5.7%
look: 4.25 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4.25

Serving Type: 330 mL Bottle

A- Pours a hazy apricot colour topped by a fizzy 2 1/2 finger white head. Lots of lacing.

S- Faint aromas of pear, apple, spicy cloves, and yeast. If one didn't know it was a Belgian before sniffing this brew, chances are they know afterward.

T-Apple, Pear, a little bit of cloves, and a lot of yeast. Refreshing Tripel.

M- Medium body and high carbonation. Great feel.

O- One of the best Tripels I've had to date. It's no Fin du Monde but it doesn't lag far behind! At 7.5% ABV, it's one of the lower alcohol Tripels I've seen so if you're looking for that Tripel flavour without the 8%+ ABV, give this one a try.

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Photo of SebD
4/5  rDev -0.5%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Appearance: It has a nice hazy golden/orange color to it with a fair amount of sediment. It has a nice thick white head that dies down slowly and leaves some lacing.

Smell: The aromas definitely give out hints of Belgian yeast, apples, pears, some breadiness, pepper and faint cloves.

Taste: Like the aromas, it has Belgian yeast upfront, apples, pears, pepper, cloves and some bready undertones.

Mouthfeel: It has a high carbonation with a nice overall balance and feel.

Drinkability: It's a very smooth drinkable beer accompanied by good flavors and aromas.

Serving type: bottle

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Photo of TheHammer
3.97/5  rDev -1.2%
look: 3.75 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.25

Appearance: Poured with a solid thumb of head that laced well and managed to stick around for some time. The body is a cloudy yellow with slight amber notes. Dark black specks of sediment stick to the sides of the glass, even despite a reserved pour. They are very noticeable from the ample carbonation in the body.

Smell: Even with ample warming, there just isn't enough of a presence here as white wine with notes of biscuit malt and touches of orange zest come forward. It's nice, but far too mild.

Taste: There is a very strong bready presence to this beer and it has almost a chewy consistency to it somehow. Starting out with ample soft biscuity malt that then turns to a fruitier candied orange peel and grape taste that honestly reminds me of the Italian cake Panettone, as it then ends with a bit of a white wine splash.

Mouthfeel: As I said it has an almost chewy consistency as the ample carbonation really kicks it into overdrive. The aftertaste is a mild wine taste, which takes on a bit of an acidic tone I'm not a fan of, but the calm excellent transitioning helps it's case too. Sadly though that wine aspect is partially because it doesn't hide it's alcohol content very well.

Drinkability: Surprisingly light bodied for something which such a high ABV and easy to drink. Refreshing but very flavourful, but still a bit winey for my tastes. Easy on the system though, but it lacks a crispness to it that I think it would benefit from.

Final Thoughts: I looked at this beer and knew that this was going to be the weaker beer between it and St. Bernardus Tripel. That said, the two beers seem to have far different focuses and interpretations on the style. This one focuses more on the breadiness and reigning in the flavour of the yeast, which makes for an interesting experience. A solid offering, regardless though.

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Photo of ThaneMcC
3.97/5  rDev -1.2%
look: 4 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4

Purchased as part of a St Bernardus mix selection (boxed sampler)
Appearance: pured cloudy amber with copious effervescence, foamy egg shell head which took some time to resolve, leaving a sticky lacing,

Smell: yeast, sweet fruity scent of apple, pear and a hint of clove/pepper

Taste: sweet malt forward, bready with a hint of candied fruits, citrus and a little pungent at the end note with a bit of astringency from the alcohol/carbonation. .

Mouthfeel: Sufficient carbonation and astringency to offset malt and associated sweetness, not excessive.

Overall: Rather good for the style, IMHO it’s a sweeter version of Fin du monde with a slightly less complex bouquet, but still quite enjoyable.

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Photo of DenisKolkin
4.25/5  rDev +5.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4

330 ml bottle served fairly cold into a wine glass. Purchased as part of the St. Bernardus taster's six pack. Works out to about $3.20 / bottle.

Appearance - Hazy, pale golden color. Impressive retention on a one finger head, lots of lively bubbles throughout. Good looking tripel overall.

Smell - Sweet and inviting, some peaches and / or nectarines and a hint of pear. Some light spices and coriander. Sweet candied sugar in a yeasty way that's reminiscent of La Fin Du Monde. The nose only gets bigger as the beer warms.

Taste - Sweet and inviting again, some fruits, caramel and a suggestion of baked goods. Lots of yeast and many delicate fruit flavors such as pear, grape, nectarine seamlessly roll into one. Slightly boozy on the back end, but contained pretty well.

Mouthfeel - Smooth, with prickly carbonation and a dry finish although not abnormally so for a tripel.

Overall - Very delicate tripel with a lot of fruit subtleties. Inviting and delicious and a great start to the taster's pack overall.

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Photo of thehyperduck
4/5  rDev -0.5%
look: 4.5 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4

330 mL bottle from a St. Bernardus sampler pack; best before May 20 2016. Served slightly chilled.

Pours a foggy, highly effervescent golden-yellow colour, topped with over two fingers of extremely resilient, fluffy white head. It wilts gradually over the next twenty minutes, eventually settling into a dense, creamy cap and wide collar, with plenty of sticky lace. The aroma is dominated by fruity esters of red apple and pear, with lesser notes of apricot and banana. Somewhat yeasty, with clove and candi sugar; enticing and appropriate for the style, but nothing out of the ordinary.

Possibly the smoothest-drinking tripel I've ever had. The flavour profile follows the nose quite closely, with red apples, pear, apricot and other orchard fruits coming through initially. Somewhat citrusy for the style, with hints of lemon and orange mixing it up alongside a very prominent banana note mid-sip. Some phenolic spice is present at the finish, but it's fairly mild, offering up only a light hint of clove within a yeasty finish, with some residual sweetness. Medium-bodied, with (initially) assertive carbonation that softens quite quickly, resulting in a creamy, smooth, satisfying beverage for the remainder of the glass.

Final Grade: 4.00, an A-. Watou Tripel is a well-made Belgian-style brew that is easy to like, but is not likely to amaze. The flavour profile is highly enjoyable, but not very complex for this style - lacking many of the inviting aromatic notes and the spicy kick I tend to expect from this sort of strong ale. It's still a very solid effort that I'd happily drink again, but in the end it's a victim of strong competition - it's just not one of the better tripels I've had over the years. Worth a look, if nothing else.

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Photo of DaveBar
4.18/5  rDev +4%
look: 4.25 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Purchased in a mixed 6pk for $18.00. Served at 4deg C in a tulip.

A- Very good. Nice dark gold. Unfiltered. Nice high white head that lasts and lasts

S- Excellent yeast. White all the way you can't miss it.

T- Nice blend between a white and tripel. Enjoyably light. This one is like a heavy Hoegaarden

F- Creamy good. Enjoyable. Dry

O- Nice but expensive. Wanted to try the mixed six so I had a few beers that I have never had from this company. It's worth the $18.00.

Food Pairing

This wonderful little blend went well with...... Grilled cheese sandwiches. The white/tripel just cut right through cheese and onion.


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Photo of kevinlater
4.25/5  rDev +5.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

330ml bottle into large wine glass. best before may 20, 2016. consumed on november 28, 2014

a: a hazy and dull orange-yellow, almost looks like mango nectar or something. two fingers of fluffy belgian head

s: spicy and bready with undertones of banana, orange, apple, pear, and maybe even peaches

t: big flavours of everything in the nose. sugary sweet spicy banana bread with flashes of citrus fruits, apples and pears. the beer is quite sweet overall, but there's a great low-to-moderate bitterness at the end to keep things in check

m: the carbonation is really harsh at first, but mellows as the temperature increases. the liquid is quite thick, nearly full-bodied

o: such a solid tripel. tastes great and has a killer mouthfeel

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Photo of mick303
4.1/5  rDev +2%
look: 4.25 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 3.75

Poured from chilled 330 ml bottle into a tulip snifter. Produced a lovely white pillowy head, with stellar lacing and film. A cloudy golden yellow hue to this beer, quite attractive.

S - quite crisp , light floral and yeasty aromas, pleasant fermentation esters, some raw sugary notes, some hay and meadow character, gradually it opens with more gentle spiciness, honey, lavender almost. Quite a delicate, creamy aroma, with growing yeast presence as well as more banana notes.

T - strong body of creamy sweet notes at the start, candi sugars, yeasty spice and florals, adding a slight hay rustic malt character. Indeed there is a nice clean malt base with some ginger/allspice notes, some citrus notes with lemoncake, and gradually complex rich fruity characters emerge as well, pears, orange and quite an earthy note in the middle as there is some growing spice and earthy character to it with some nice (subtle) hop character. Very delightful, some of the initial sugar character gets a subtle tart citrus edge along with some complex bitterness and spice that transitions to a drawn out satisfying finish.

M - Quite nice, a bit sweet at the beginning and this leaves some stickiness, but a moderate carb and a good balanced body through the process make this a quite enjoyable Tripel. A fairly big body, and some of the alcohol adds a prickle to it, but a very compete package.

A very true tripel with a really impactful and competent flavour wrapped in a very succinct and balanced profile. Very satisfying and interesting from start to finish with little surprises, it makes for quite an enjoyable sipper, and is certainly got the balance very in tune with where it is aiming. Personally, maybe it was a touch sweet with the candi sugars to begin but I enjoyed it a lot in any case. Very lovely. This brewery is on point with their beers.

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Photo of BeerStyx
3/5  rDev -25.4%

It's okay. Taste like what you would expect a "normal" beer to taste like (like it is the most quintessential beer that one could expect). Aftertaste is a bit strong. Ordinary, nothing special.

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Photo of MattyG85
4.45/5  rDev +10.7%

Poured from a 11.2 oz bottle into a St. Bernardus goblet glass. Best by date of 29/09/15.

Appearance: Pours a very hazy golden orange with a moderate amount of bubbles. About one finger of off white head that fades into a thin patchy layer. Leaves a decent amount of lacing.

Smell: A yeasty, fruity, and spicy Belgian aroma with good hints of citrus and spice. Belgian yeast with hints of clove, pepper, and funk. Lots of fruit esters with hints of banana, apple, pear, and white grape along with citrus hints of orange and lemon zest. Hints of Belgian candied sugar. Pale malt with hints of wheat, straw, grains, and cracker. Also some hints of grassy hops. A very good aroma.

Taste: Like the aroma hints, a fruity, yeasty, and spicy Belgian taste with big notes of zesty fruit and spice. Belgian yeast with some upfront notes of clove, funk, and pepper. Classic Belgian fruit flavors of banana, pear, white grapes, and green apple. Zesty citrus fruit notes of lemon and orange. Sweet notes of candied sugar. Backing pale malt and wheat with notes of straw, grains, biscuit, and cracker. Subtle earthy backing notes of grassy hops. A very good Belgian taste.

Mouthfeel: Medium to full bodied with a carbonation level on the heavier side of medium. Juicy, spicy, and drying on the finish. Some alcohol heat is noticeable but things are still fairly smooth.

Overall: A really good Belgian Tripel. Nice mix of zesty fruit esters and spicy yeast.

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Photo of Ozzylizard
3.4/5  rDev -15.4%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.25 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

Bottle dated 25 04 16 at 45 degrees into
Aroma fruity
Head average (4 cm), white, fizzy, rapidly diminishing to 2 mm layer
Lacing spotty, few small irregular islands of small bubbles
Body light yellow, hazy
Flavor light and somewhat fruity with no distinct fruit flavors. No alcohol, no hops, no malt, no diacetyl. Ends quickly.
Palate light, watery, very lively carbonation

Very champagne-like, nice aroma, average appearance, not much flavor, nice palate. This was part of a St. Bernard mixed pack.

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Photo of Chris_Burton
4/5  rDev -0.5%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Belgian ale is still a style I'm fairly inexperienced in, and I've never knowingly tried a Tripel before. I definitely intend to try more Belgian beer in the future, because this stuff is really good!

It poured a pale to golden body with a finger of white head. The aroma was zesty and fruity, with hints of orange and lemon

It tasted mostly as I would expect a Belgian beer to taste based on my limited experience, low on hops but very malty and full bodied with moderate carbonation. As with other Belgian beers it is deceptive: you wouldn't guess it had a higher ABV.

All in all a great beer. I must explore more Belgian beer in the future.

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Photo of smakawhat
4.03/5  rDev +0.2%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Poured from the bottle into a snifter glass.

Very large and thick frothy white head forms on the pour. Three to four fingers deep and lots of retention. Thick creamy clumps of ring lacing sit on top of a bright lemon body with a fast layer of middle carbonation rising. A real impressive looking tripel.

Bouquet is quite classic Belgian standard only more subtle and toned down. Hints of mellow candi sugar, light honey too. Slight wine like aromas but otherwise pretty straightforward.

Palate comes with subtlety and simple enjoyable flavors. A little bit of wine crispness, but malt and sugar honey sweetness lightly coat. Slightly crisp and bubbly not particularly dry. Fruit character or boozy qualities not really noticeable either. Good coating in the palate without being too sweet or thick.

Overall a pretty solid straightforward tripel but one that doesn't knock my socks off.

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Photo of CalgaryFMC
3.91/5  rDev -2.7%
look: 3.75 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 3.75

Bottle obtained from a St. Bernardus mixed 6-pack poured into a goblet. A rich burnished golden color with an imposing fluffy white head, classic Belgian look. Massive banana and clove aromas, along with another note consistent with spicy, slightly woody Belgian yeast. I found this one to be sweet and malty for a tripel, with notably less overt alcohol on the palate than one often gets with such brews. Malt backbone recalls brown sugar, a little butterscotch, and lightly burnt pancakes. Fruity and spicy, featuring clove and cinnamon phenols coupled with assertive banana and baked pear. The yeast recalls a hefeweizen. Impressively hoppy for the style as well, with some noble hop and gooseberry notes showing up in the fairly sweet but not cloying finish. Highly carbonated but quite smooth and on the thick side of the Belgian ale body continuum. It was interesting to sample a tripel that was largely true to style but nevertheless sweeter and less boozy than the iconic examples.

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Photo of deadonhisfeet
4.07/5  rDev +1.2%
look: 3.75 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4

Poured from a bottle into an Orval chalice. The beer is dark gold in color and fairly clear with just a slight bit of haze. It sports a rather thin head that dies down to a thin lacing in less than a minute. The nose has lots of sweet, fruity aromas of apples, pears, and grapes. It also has some nice rich bready notes from the malt.

Medium-full body, smooth creamy feel, and a sweet, fruity flavor sum up this beer. Apples and fresh toast greet you up front. Next, come some spicy clove-like notes and just a hint of hoppy goodness. There's no real alcohol heat or booziness, just soft sweet flavors with a complementary spice. The finish is like apple juice and champagne.

Overall, a good Tripel, though it lacks a bit of the flavor complexity of their St. Bernardus Tripel. This one is a bit sweet and lacks some of the spice. Still, if you try one you've got to try the other!

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Photo of MadCat
4.5/5  rDev +11.9%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Appearance: A nice golden color, fluffy white head

Smell: Bready, yeasty, fruity, banana, cloves

Taste: Fruity, with some bready malts,cloves and spice, semi dry finish

Mouthfeel: Medium body, full Belgian carbonation

Overall: Another excellent tripel from St. Bernardus. Not sure what exactly the difference in flavor is, but both are welcome in my fridge any time.

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Photo of artoolemomo
4.05/5  rDev +0.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Appearance- It's close to being a gusher and it seems to have pretty good retention as well. The head is a fluffy, pure cotton white while the body is a weak and hazy medium amber which appears as a mix of lemon and pale amber when held up to the light. A good amount of lacing is left behind.

Nose- Fairly typical tripel aroma. Starts off with banana, then some cloves and other phenols, followed by Belgian yeast. Very clean and very well rounded. Lacks a bit of complexity though. Swirling does nothing to show any new aromas. Perhaps a creamier banana but that's it.

Taste- Starts off with much of the same notes as the aroma. Lots of banana, but seemingly even more cloves. Very well rounded to the point of being creamy. Light Belgian yeast with hints of woodiness but seems to contain more clove and slight cinnamon than anything else. Not terribly complex but shows incredible balance and integration. Yeast lingers on the tongue but not in the back of the throat like most lingers. A little bit gritty, almost earthy. Tiny hints of apple but I feel like it's pointless to try to parse this beer too much. It might seem boring to a novice palate but the balance aided by the exquisite mouthfeel really puts this beer in to the very good, solid category. I really want to get another bottle for aging. It certainly isn't the best tripel I've had but it's certainly a very enjoyable one. Overall, banana is the dominant note.

Mouthfeel- Despite the slight grittiness, the mouthfeel provides the foundation for this beer's character. Light and airy but remarkably creamy and smooth. The low carbonation is perfect.

Drinkability- Almost incredible. I feel like this is almost drinking itself. And four bucks for a quality Belgian is damn good.

Overall- Very good, solid beer. Would be a great introduction to what a tripel should be or at least, what the template for a good tripel would be. Worth a try- even if you think you don't like tripels. Will repurchase when I get around to John's Market again.

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Photo of Underrower
4/5  rDev -0.5%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

12oz bottle from the St Bernardus Mixed Selection six pack served in a goblet.

Appearance is a little darker than most Belgian tripels I have had, and this has bubbles rising to the top and floaties suspended throughout. I like the look of this!

Smells like fruity yeast esters. Interesting.

Taste and smell really open up as it warms. Smells sweeter as it warms. When colder, dark roasted malts and then Belgin hops- no floral or citrus but oakish wood like hops and a drying type finish that never completely dries and is far from puckering. As it warms, the transition to hops seems faster and they get more pronounced. A little sourness stays on the back of your tongue after you have swallowed. Boozy, yeasty, hoppy, aged tasting, superbly crafted like a Belgian triple should be.

Mouth feel is slick and viscous and then the sizzle of carbonation then back to a smooth feeling. Nice mouth feel.

Overall this is an outstanding tripel. If I was going to drink a tripel, I would probably want this one or Allagash Curieux but I still have the St Bernardus Tripel on deck to try next. This Watou Tripel has an old antique/old world type taste to it that I do not get in Tripel Karmeliet or La Fin Du Monde. I like that taste of have been sitting in a cellar aging for a century so that is a bonus. Tripels are not my favorite style as generally the stronger hop presence is not my bag. For context, I like sweet beers in the style of Belgian Strong Dark Ales, Bruins, Dubbels etc.

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Photo of jrenihan
4/5  rDev -0.5%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

BB October 25, 2013

Beer is slightly murky gold in colour. Moderately sized white head. Good retention.

Sweet malt, light fruits (peach, apple) and candy sugar are all there in the nose. Yeast. Smells quite sweet.

The light fruit is strong in the taste (peach, green grape, apple). Yeast adds a dryness, some spicy flavours. Sweet, but not nearly as sweet as I expected from the nose.

Medium bodied, strongly carbonated.

Overall, quite good. The standard St. Bernadus Tripel is certainly superior, but this is a nice beer.

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Photo of Stinkypuss
4/5  rDev -0.5%
look: 3.75 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 4

St.Bernardus : Watou Tripel

LOOK: Pours a hazy deep gold, almost peach color. Some yeast sediment is in the beer, which was not unexpected. Soapy froth forms and recedes to a ball in the center due to the etched goblet pulling in the carbonation.

SMELL: Pungent Belgian yeast, noble hops, medicinal notes. Toffee, sour apple and saltwater taffy.

TASTE: Raw tripel here, you have fruity suggestions of some pear, ripe apple and even darker fruit notes. Creamy, sugary malt profile. Picking up a bit of raisin as well. Hops are lying low with a resinous bitterness that lies on the fringes of the flavor profile along with light hoppy acidity. A touch medicinal working with mineral elements from the water and hop flowers. The yeast has a fruity, yet also peppery character. Flavors of unprocessed honey, toffee and grass show more as it warms. Quite refreshing.

FEEL: Medium bodied, soft medium fine carbonation. Yeast sediment gives the beer a slick, chalky finish.

OVERALL: A fine tripel, with different dynamics than the St.Bernardus Tripel. No hint of booze, this drinks like a monk's table beer. I am glad I had the opportunity to drink a bottle of this well made, authentic Belgian beer.

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Photo of safaricook
3.64/5  rDev -9.5%
look: 3.25 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.75 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.75

Blind Tasting Tripel Project of Fall 2015
L Foam was unstable and dissapeared quickly, orange, a little murky, some suspended yeast, coarse and plenty bubbles
S Pears with some clove, some booze, some sweetness
T some pears, fruity malt sweetness, dry and peppery on the end, no hopping or bitterness to speak of
F light body evervescent, tickling carbonation, just a little burn to it, drink-ability is lowered by high burpiness
O a flawlessly crafted Tripel, however, a bit boring, lacks character, middle of the road

Blind tasting is very revealing. I always thought that this bear was great, but either I was influenced by breweries name or my taste has changed. Still, really good beer and not offensive.

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Watou Tripel from Brouwerij St. Bernardus NV
90 out of 100 based on 260 ratings.