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St. Bernardus Tripel - Brouwerij St. Bernardus NV

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Ratings: 2,596
Reviews: 1,180
rAvg: 4.25
pDev: 9.41%
Wants: 178
Gots: 208 | FT: 2
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Brouwerij St. Bernardus NV visit their website
Belgium

Style | ABV
Tripel |  8.00% ABV

Availability: Year-round

Notes/Commercial Description:
No notes at this time.

(Beer added by: BeerAdvocate on 01-07-2001)
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Photo of albern
4.22/5  rDev -0.7%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

This Tripel certainly hits all the right notes. It pours a muted orange with lots of yeasty clumps floating about. The head is white, retains a bit, a touch of lacing too. The nose is sweet florals, Belgian yeastiness, some citrus notes, some ABV as well.

The taste is quintessential Belgian Tripel, very representative of the style. There is plenty of prickly mouthfeel, Belgian yeastiness, lots of delightful peppery spices and leafy hop flavors in the finish. The mid section is loaded with sweet malts, some apricot, orange rind, some clove flavors, some coriander, some other spices that add a bit of a bite. There is a bit of an ABV presence in the mid section through to the finish. The beer warms nicely and additional floral flavors on the palate come out. This is one of those incredibly complex Belgian beers that provide something slightly different with each sip, and really whet the taste buds as it warms. There are some sourish notes towards the finish, maybe a little mustiness on top of the apricot and citrus. There is a bit of a throaty ABV burn in the finish so the booziness is not entirely hidden with this beer. The beer is medium bodied and is more of a sipping experience because of the carbonation, prickly mouthfeel, and ABV. Worth seeking out. L'Chaim.

albern, Jul 15, 2009
Photo of wd40
4.33/5  rDev +1.9%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

11.2 oz bottle served in a Chimay chalice

Soft and creamy carbonation and mouthfeel. Tons of lace. Has the typical yeasty fruity aroma of a tripel, but with some balance and subtlety. The taste is very sweet and fruity with peach and perhaps mandarins undertones. There is also a creamy hint of vanilla in the finish.

An exceptional tripel.

wd40, Jul 13, 2009
Photo of masterallen
4.38/5  rDev +3.1%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

A - Poured a golden blonde with a cloudy opacity

S - Much like the taste, the smell of this beer was very clean and had hints of apples.

T - The taste was super clean and refreshing with a really fruity pallete, yet without the sweetness - this shouldn't be confused with lacking the sweetness.

M - This beer was awesome on the mouth. The flavour shot to the back of the tongue and ripped forward - I can't say enough good things about the mouthfeel of this beer.

D - It's cleanliness would entice one to drink a good bunch of these, however, the ABV would leave one on their ass if they put these back all afternoon.

masterallen, Jun 30, 2009
Photo of Redweasel
4.65/5  rDev +9.4%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 4

Pours a slightly hazy golden color with a monster head even with the gentlest of pours.

Aroma is almost peachy with citrus. Expected some alcohol at 8% but it was not present. Smells delicious.

Holy fruit Batman. Hard to place, I get citrus, plum, peach, banana, and all kinds of tropical goodness my inferior palate can't place, melon or pineapple possibly.. Spicy, fruity and amazing. Silky smooth mouthfeel almost creamy. It "slides" down the mouth. The word slick comes to mind but not in a bad sense whatsoever.

Overall, I've tasted the Pater, Prior, and Abt, this one just seemed special. As much as I enjoyed the other three, the Tripel went beyond my expectations. Never really tasted anything like it. Great, amazing beer.

I scored 4 bottles from work at a measely $6 a bottle. I'm stashing two for a a couple of years to taste on special occasions. A true top notch beer. How I'm just having my first one I'll never know.

Redweasel, Jun 30, 2009
Photo of SpeedwayJim
3.85/5  rDev -9.4%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

Had this one with capra12 and Wheatman106.

P: Served in a green label 750m bottle. Poured into a snifter.

A: This one had a lot of carbonation. Poured a 3 finger head which dissipated rather quickly. Left a thin layer of large bubbles on the side of the glass. Color was a lite, almost transparent orange.

S: Belgian Yeast, citrus, and malts, with a faint hint of alcohol.

T: My first impression was that this was a lot hoppier than I expected for a Belgian tripel. A hint of citrus with a strong alcohol finish that sweetens the taste. The hop flavor lingers throughout though.

M: Light to medium bodied with medium carbonation. Goes down fairly smooth.

D: Even though the alcohol taste is very apparent and there is medium carbonation, this one is highly drinkable.

SpeedwayJim, Jun 28, 2009
Photo of cvfish
4.45/5  rDev +4.7%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

A - This beer poured a cloudy yellow color that produced a huge fluffy white head that had both great retention and lacing on the side of the glass

S - The first aromas that I detected from this beer were a mix of light fruits (pears and apples), a good deal of grains, and yeast

T - Quite a complex mixture of breadiness, grains, fruits (again the pears and apples), a spice and herb mix, and a little funky

M - The mouthfeel of this beer had a medium body to that had the typical Belgian carbonation, but worked wonders with the style

D - I really love Tripels, and this one is no exception, a really great beer that every beer lover (not just Belgian beer lovers) should try

cvfish, Jun 28, 2009
Photo of EatsTacos
4/5  rDev -5.9%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Pours a slightly cloudy golden yellow. Tea-like murky yeast was clumpy.

Aroma was fruity, bananas, apples, ripe pears, some berries. Typical belgian yeast is spicey.

The flavour was much more fruity than a lot of the tripels I've had. Banana was the dominant fruit character, but apples and pears were very ripe tasting and sweet. Hopped in restraint, but what there is was floral and slightly citrus. The finish is dry and spiced

A medium bodied beer, with a sharp and hard carbonation

EatsTacos, Jun 15, 2009
Photo of jpaltan
4.22/5  rDev -0.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

On tap at the Idle Rich in Dallas, Tx.
Golden color, somewhat darker with a thick head that seems to stick around for a bit. Tons of carbonation come up from the bottom of the glass. The smell is fruity and peppery. The taste is quite spicy with the fruitiness taking a backseat. The alcohol is quite well hidden but the spiciness brings it out a bit. Mouthfeel is a bit thin, yet has quite a bit of carbonation. Drinkability is there.

jpaltan, Jun 07, 2009
Photo of Brianmerrilyn
4.45/5  rDev +4.7%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

MY latest in the St. Bernadus campaign, Tripel this time. I have come to love this style almost as much if not more than a hefeweizen. I got my sister on to this style of late and knew both of us needed to have this in our beer palate pedigree. Picked up a 750 ML at the Beer Barn in Garden City whilst visiting the mum.

A: Poured a cloudy honey yellow with strong carbonation rising the entire time through multiple pours. A solid one finger soap sud head when poured slowly, massive if not, with minor lacing that slips back to the body within no time.

S: Starts off mild and grows to reveal all sorts of fruit with pears and oranges in mind. You will detect a fair amount of yeasty spiciness as well within this beauty. Don't fret if you don't get the bouquet of armoas a first, a wee bit of time and warming will help indeed.

T: Upon my first quaf, my mind wandered towards the monks of yesteryear continually tweaking the recipe until this tripel was at the perfection now bottled. Needless to say, you will get fruit from start to finish in the flavor profile and that just fine with me. Beyond the esters, the addition of cloves, peppers a fine pale malt will be found as a firm foundation for this masterpiece.

M: Mouthfeel was just about perfect in that the medium stature just falls short of a nirvana of creamy silky smoothness.

D: This could be one of the best tripels beyond Karmelite that I have put down to date. As stated above, I have enjoyed the Belgian Strong Ale, Dubbel and Quad, but I think this may be their best effort. The ability to taste both spectrums of the PH levels of sweet and tart is the mark of learned breweres indeed. Many thanks Brouwerij St. Bernardus.

Brianmerrilyn, Jun 06, 2009
Photo of viejolander
4.8/5  rDev +12.9%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 5

A friend of mine brought back a couple Westvleteren 12's from his trip to Belgium, so we sampled it side-by-side with the St. Bernardus Tripel (said to be a close approximation). Okay, so the West-V 12 was better, but not by a huge margin, and you don't have to fly to Belgium to get the St. B Tripel! (A quick trip to BevMo will do!)

So, this is my favorite "accessible from the OC" beer at the moment... Just finished one off with some cheese and crackers, what a great way to start the weekend!

viejolander, Jun 06, 2009
Photo of Cs1987
4.25/5  rDev 0%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

I'll start this review by mentioning that this is my 100th review on BeerAdvocate.com. It only took me just over 2 years to get this far. :P

Appearance - Gushed like crazy on opening. Not a good start to review #100. Amber and cloudy, with 2 fingers of head.

Smell - The complexity is evident in the odour - sweet, biscuity and fruity.

Taste - Not as sweet as some Tripels, which is certainly not a bad thing. Quite complex, with biscuity, fruity and spicy characters predominating.

Mouthfeel - Very sweet, not as cloying as many Belgian ales.

Drinkability - Very good for an 8% ABV Tripel.

Overall - Review #100 was not a disappointment.

Cs1987, Jun 04, 2009
Photo of berkey
4.25/5  rDev 0%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Poured into a Triple Karmeleit glass. Always great for optics on tripels. Body is hazy and golden, carbonation is very active, forms a large white head with great retention. Lacing isn't bad.

Aromas are of yeast, cane sugar, soft citrus and other sweet fruit along with some spice. Also hints of alcohol in the background. Typical of the style.

Flavors were a little subued on the first sip as it was still a little too cold but as this one warmed the citrus came through even more along with some faint tropical fruit juice. Also some bready malt paired some nice alcohol warmth. Aftertaste brings on more yeast and mild hops.

Although the carbonation has died down considerably there's still enough left to help create a crisp, prickly yet clean and medium body drink. Fairly easy drinking Tripel. Another solid brew from the guys at St Bernardus.

berkey, May 31, 2009
Photo of Brenden
4.28/5  rDev +0.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

More thanks to BeerLovinGrl for another great beer experience.

This one's a slightly hazy, pale golden-copper. The head is thick and pretty tight and leaves some rings of lacing down the glass.
The nose is interesting: a mix of some fruits, not necessarily citrus though there's a bit of that, along with a light alcohol and something sweet like candied apricots or plums and toffee.
There's a bit of lemon citrus, but most of the fruit flavors are almost like candied apricot. There's definitely something toffee-like in here that is unusual and pleasant. A very gentle bitterness adds some balance and there's a gentle zest that furthers it. Caramelized sugars seem evident and toasty malt grains provide a strong backbone. A high ABV is well-masked and most evident in the feel, coming out just slightly in the finish as well, which is lively and lingering.
Herbal notes and yeast round it out and the complexity seems big.
This one has a moderate to full body and optimal carbonation. This brew is silky smooth and extremely creamy following an initial crispness.
This is one of the most unusual, complex and tasty brews I've enjoyed to date, though a high ABV keeps the drinker in check.

Brenden, May 27, 2009
Photo of jwhawkins81
4/5  rDev -5.9%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Aroma - Floral hops and spice

Appearance - Golden orange plenty of carbonation and a thick white head.

Taste - Light crisp, refreshing, and a spiciness. A fine example of a Trippel.

Notes - Trippels aren't my cup of tea, too much spice. This one however offered a good balance of all the required elements and really was enjoyable.

jwhawkins81, May 27, 2009
Photo of Reagan1984
4.35/5  rDev +2.4%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Had this shortly after a Corsendonk Abbey Pale and this was the clear winner in my mind. Both are very good. But this one is preferred.

Aggressive foamy head rises above the beer and shows excellent retention. After settling back into the beer the head leave behind a spider web of clinging lace in your glass. The color is a slightly hazy pale yellow/gold color. Some carbonation.

Aroma was wonderful. Lots of fruit, spice and yeast notes. I always get pear from this type of beer and just love the aroma.

I found the flavor to be more complex than the Corsendonk. More spices and fruit happening. Also a touch more bread notes. Not as much straight candied sugar. Although there is a small sense of this. Plenty of spice to go around and I kept finding new tastes through my glass.

Fresh, light, crisp, refreshing.

I wish we had another bottle to pop. I think this is right up there with my favorite Tripels... (Karmeliet)

Well done!.

Reagan1984, May 25, 2009
Photo of PatrickJR
4.85/5  rDev +14.1%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 5

Poured from an 11.2 oz bottle into red wine glass.

A - Dark golden and quite cloudy. About a finger of head rises with decent retention and falls to a persistent thick collar. Minimal lacing.

S - Lots of apples and pears upfront with splashes of white grape juice. Lemon zest, green tea, and sweet honeysuckle are all under the surface. Absolutely amazing.

T - This shit is blowing me away. Huge fruity taste of pears soaked in white grape juice and slathered with honey. Quite sweet early on. As the pear begins dying out the white grape persists and takes on a moderate vinous character. A phenolic flavor rises but combines with the sweetness and fruit in such a way that reminds me of some sort of vanilla flavored honey. Sweetness finally drops off and leaves a sort of pleasant medicinal flavor with tea-like and herbal overtones. Moderate bitterness follows with a slightly citric finish. Alcohol is COMPLETELY hidden.

M - I never thought I'd find a tripel with this lucious of a mouthfeel. Soft but tight carbonation with a velvety medium body. Liquid silk. This is probably the most amazing aspect of the beer overall; a quality that jumped out at me before I had any time to taste or smell.

D - I want to take in copious amounts of this brew with huge gulps. It's amazingly good, slides right down the throat, provides the perfect balance of sweetness and bitterness, and has absolutely no hint of alcohol. St. Bernardus Tripel has provided me with one of those few amazing moments along the great journey.

PatrickJR, May 24, 2009
Photo of goatgoat
4.43/5  rDev +4.2%
look: 3 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Best by: 4/3/11. 11.2 oz

Pours a hazy orange yellow. The bottle was at rest and decanted (at least 2oz left in bottle) but there is still a lot of clumping suspended yeast. A gentle pour produces a weak frothy white head. That doesn't stick around long, with a few strings of lace.

Aroma is very bready, due in part to the suspended yeast I'm sure. Bananas, a nice clove and spice with a bit of alcohol.

The taste has a lot going on. Coating syrup, orchard fruits, musty bread, heavy clove, a nice bitterness... and it goes on, far beyond my capability to specify.

Medium body, smooth feel and a dry finish.

A little disappointed in the appearance after all the great things I've heard about St. Bernardus. Still this is an excellent brew. Challenging to define, yet very pleasant in the moment.

goatgoat, May 20, 2009
Photo of DavoleBomb
4.08/5  rDev -4%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

11.2 oz bottle poured into a goblet.

3.5 A: Murky dark orange/brown color. One finger of creamy white head. Below average retention and moderate lacing. Yeast floaties throughout.

4.0 S: Banana and mango esters. Pepper and clove yeastiness.

4.0 T: Lots of fruity esters. Banana sticks out but there is also another level of fruitiness like a fruit cocktail where individual flavors are hard to pick out. Lots of pepper, clove to a lesser extent and lots of yeastiness.

4.0 M: Medium body. Good bubbly carbonation. Creamy.

4.5 D: Very drinkable, but for the price I'd take other stuff.

DavoleBomb, May 14, 2009
Photo of SpencerSauce
4.58/5  rDev +7.8%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Been wantin to try this beer. I chilled it slightly and popped the cap off with my trusty machete.

A- it pours out a nice cloudy orangish gold. pretty bubbly stuff. white head.

S- belgian yeast strain and slight light fruits.

T- typical belgian yeast, but the other flavors were harder to describe. maybe light fruits.

M- crisp and clean

D- easier than others but still a sipper.

SpencerSauce, May 09, 2009
Photo of xmorgan
4.6/5  rDev +8.2%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 5

Bought from Bev Mo. 11.2 oz bottle, served in chalice.

Pours a very cloudy amber/orange with a pure white head.

The head dissipates rapidly, with a modest amount of lacing.

Smell: slight citrus, alcohol nose. A bit of spice comes through.

Taste: a bit of malt, yeast and some spice.

Mouth feel: light and a bit of a double impact in the carbonization, like a one-two hit as it comes into your mouth.

drink ability: The 8% of this hits you halfway through. This beer is quite drinkable and I could easily have another after this one was done.

all in all a good Tripple, not great, but solid.

xmorgan, May 09, 2009
Photo of Buschyfor3
4.25/5  rDev 0%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Poured from a 11.2oz bottle into my St. Bernardus chalice.

A: Pours a hazy, golden-amber color with sediment clouding the body. Big, billowing, dense white head about two fingers thick that sticks around throughout the drink.

S: The nose gives off hints of juicy apples and pears. There is also a tangy/spicy profile reminiscent of cinnamon or cloves. The malt background just begins to poke through the fruity and spicy sweetness with a faintly grainy, biscuit-like aroma.

T: Tangy sweetness upfront, with the apple notes from the nose coming through most prominently. I can also dissect some pear esters and some white grape. Mid sip, the malts flavors start building up on the palate - wheat bread with clove honey; slightly grainy but freshly-baked; yeasty. A twangy, spiciness arises during the finish as cinnamon and clove notes step up along with a peppery flavor - no doubt from the alcohol. Finish is rather dry, champagne-like with the apple flavors coming back to the forefront.

M: Very crisp carbonation tingles the taste buds and creates a lively, powdery mouthfeel.

D: 8% ABV makes itself known, giving of a warming feeling in the finish, but this beer is still deliciously drinkable. Wouldn't be a problem reaching for another one as a follow up.

A delicious triple/tripel, especially as the fruit esters add a sweet, delicate fruitiness that nicely compliments the assortment of spices and the grainy malt character. I enjoyed the St. Bernie Tripel, but I must say it probably falls a close second to La Fin du Monde as my triple/tripel of choice at present. Nonetheless, this is quite a worthy Belgian Trappist ale and one I would definitely recommend to anyone seeking out exemplary Belgian beers.

Buschyfor3, May 09, 2009
Photo of GilGarp
4.78/5  rDev +12.5%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 4.5

I had a craving for some tripel today and decided to try the best example I've never had. At least according to this website.

Unfortunately, I'm stupid. I brought home a 750ml bottle, let it chill about an hour and decided to open it. Of course, it just about exploded and is continuing to slowly over flow the bottle even after I poured a glass.

This beer has more head than any I've had before. It also has yeast sediment floating in it. I attribute both to my inability to let it sit a week and settle down after the bumpy 15 mile trip home.

It has a pale cloudy orange color with huge white head. The bubbles are very large, almost like soap.

A quick swirl brings another inch of head back to the surface. The aroma is spicy and fruity in all the best ways. It really is a treat to smell.

Flavor is really complex and enjoyable. It has the usual banana and clove thing going on. There's also a veritable fruit bowl/spice rack that I can't even begin to describe. All I know is that it is insanely good.

Mouthfeel is medium bodied but more than anything it has great effervescent bubbles. So smooth that it never gets in the way, never feels over carbonated, but it stands as one of the defining charcteristics of the beer itself.

Drinkability is great given the alcohol content. It's deep and complex in flavor but it can easily be sipped on a warm sunny evening like tonight without taxing my tastebuds.

Truly a great tripel.

GilGarp, May 06, 2009
Photo of Jeffo
4.13/5  rDev -2.8%
look: 2 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 5 | overall: 4

Picked this up at the bottle shop.

From a bottle into a chalice.

APPEARANCE: Pours a thin 1 finger white head that quickly fizzes away to a thin film. Medium to low end carbonation evident. Colour is a dark orange peel with lots of little floaties. A thin film remains but leaves no lacing down the glass. Below average for the style, unfortunately.

SMELL: A mild but pleasant nose of toasted malt, caramel malt, as well as some toffee and sweet cotton candy. Quite unique in the style. A slight touch of pear and citrus orange in the back as well. Mild, but nice.

TASTE: Toasted malt and some sweet cotton candy again. A bit of red apple and pear as well. Some spicy elements come out as well, perhaps some clove for example, and some spicy alcohol at the end. Aftertaste is relatively short and mild, including some sweet honey and toasted malts, and is balanced with a touch of hop bitterness. Well balanced and enjoyable, and certainly different than the nose.

PALATE: Medium-thick body and medium carbonation. Creamy smooth on the palate, goes down very smooth, no bite at all, and finishes with a good amount of dryness on the palate. Very good feel. I like a thicker feel, so this is probably the best I've had in the style.

OVERALL: A very drinkable triple. The appearance kept this one back a bit overall, but the rest of the experience was a pleasure. One I'll be getting again for sure. Recommended.

Jeffo, May 05, 2009
Photo of steelerguy
4.53/5  rDev +6.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 5 | overall: 4.5

A - Amazing head that last and laces the goblet. Hazy golden color with heavy carbonation.

S - Fruity and floral with some spice. There is some malt sweetness in the nose.

T - Fruity, but not overly done with that Tripel sweet pear taste. Some phenols from the yeast nicely balance the the sweet crystal malt falvors. Smooth, nothing jumps out but lots to taste, ends crisp and is quite refreshing. Wait, this is 8.5% ABV...nicely hidden but you get a nice warmth.

M - Smooth feel especially considering the carbonation. This is how a Tripel should feel, with a nice dry finish and some alcohol warmth.

D - Very drinkable, lots to taste, you really enjoy each and every sip. Nicely attenuated and does not feel heavy, very refreshing.

This is a great beer, I really enjoyed it and it is going on my list as a must have on hand. So refreshing it could almost be a lawnmower beer, but not at 8%. But when you are done, relaxing on your deck, this is a great beer to relax with.

steelerguy, May 03, 2009
Photo of Squelch
4.18/5  rDev -1.6%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Appearance: Straw colored. Slightly hazy. Huge Everlasting head. Nice

Smell: Aroma is a bit simple. Smells of BMC.

Taste: Complex. Immediate sugar taste dominates. Followed by complex estery flavors and finishing with a medium to light hop bitterness. Excellent balance. Wonderful flavors. Luscious.

Mouthfeel: Not too heavy. Still has they syrupy feel due to candi sugar. Very nice and fit to style.

Drinkability: A bit more drinkable than most triples, this lower bodied beer coupled with the excellent complex flavor makes this beer very drinkabile.

Squelch, Apr 29, 2009
St. Bernardus Tripel from Brouwerij St. Bernardus NV
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