St. Feuillien Triple - Brasserie St. Feuillien
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4.23/5 rDev +6.5%
0,33 l bottle (07/01/2016) into a tulip. Clear pale golden body, three finger white head, dissipates fairly quickly, little lacing, leaves a thin veil. Fruity, yeasty, malty smell with a bit of alcohol. The taste begins with spice, followed by bisquity malts and fruitiness with pineapple and citrus, ending with peppery yeast and a hint of anise. Medium-full body, high stingy carbonation, creamy mouthfeel. A good tripel with a lot of flavor. Drinkable despite it's strength.
08-09-2014 19:56:27 | More by JTuomi
3.96/5 rDev -0.3%
Gold in color with a large white head that is not quite as creamy looking as other Belgians I have tried. Seems to be a decent amount of carbonation due to the amount of bubbles I see.
Very fruity smell up front. Mainly citrus like orange and lemon, maybe a hint of pineapple. There is also a bit of spice, mainly pepper and coriander.
Fairly fruity up front, tastes more like a blend of fruit rather than any specific flavor, but I am guessing orange, apple, and pineapple are in there. There's a decent amount of spice, mainly pepper with a hint of coriander. Finishes with just a bit of lingering hop bitterness.
Nice smooth feel to this, and a lot of tingling from high carbonation.
I really liked this one. Has a lot of flavor and complexity. The sweetness is not overdone, and balanced nicely by the spice. This is easily the best triple I have tried in some time. This is the first beer from this brewery I have tried, I am anxious to try more, and at $8 for a 750ml, a really great bargain. I will be drinking more of this.
07-13-2014 02:24:28 | More by Vixie
3.63/5 rDev -8.6%
Pour is lightly hazed golden yellow with a thick white head. Nose is similar to the blonde, has the some dusty malt, spice isn't as assertive nor is the perfume (in a good way). Taste is sweeter than the nose, faint dusty malt with lemon and a bit of candied sugar. Light citrus in the back. Soft body, moderate carbonation and a smooth feel.
05-14-2014 01:01:51 | More by cpetrone84
4.11/5 rDev +3.5%
330 ml bottle with a bottled on date almost exactly 2 years past.
A: Pours cloudy, pale amber with a good, semi-durable head. Some sediment added in the pour but more left in the bottle.
Smells like a refined but yeasty/bready Belgian tripel. Mildly spicy.
Flavor: complex, with fruity, spicy and bready elements interweaving with very good balance.
Feel: lively carbonation in a crisp, near-medium body.
O: excellent tripel emphasizing fruity and peppery flavors.
04-30-2014 01:20:56 | More by chinchill
St. Feuillien Triple from Brasserie St. Feuillien
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