St. Feuillien Triple - Brasserie St. Feuillien
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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
3.73/5 rDev -6%
Served on tap in a chalice glass
Appearance – The beer is served a amber color with a one finger head of pure white foam. The head fades rather fast, leaving a lighter level of lace on the sides of the glass.
Smell – The aroma of the beer is light overall with the heaviest of the smells being that of a yeasty and biscuit like aroma. Along with these aromas are some smells of a more floral and spicy nature with the spice being mainly of a clove and coriander.
Taste – The taste begins with a biscuit malt flavor mixed with a light level of yeastiness and spice. The spice is mainly of a coriander and clove nature with these flavors later being accentuated by some other spice flavors of a pepper and floral spice nature. Flavors of a more citrus nature come to the tongue as the taste advances with orange and tangerine coming to the tongue. Some floral and grassy hops come to the tongue more toward the end of the taste along with some flavors of banana and bubblegum, with the mix of flavors in the end, creating a moderately sweet, but very easy going smooth Belgian flavor to linger on the tongue.
Mouthfeel – The body of the beer is on the medium side for a triple with a carbonation level that is on the slightly lower side. A slightly higher carbonation level may have been slightly better for the fruit flavors of the brew, but overall the feel was rather decent for the style.
Overall – A very easy drinking triple that hides the alcohol very well. Very inoffensive and rather refreshing and quite drinkable in light of its 8.5% abv. Nothing overly exceptional, but still rather enjoyable. A very neutral Belgian triple.
04-13-2014 03:18:23 | More by Darkmagus82
United Kingdom (England)
3.65/5 rDev -8.1%
Another popular Belgian beer I seem to have not rated or reviewed, even though I'm sure I've drank it many times over the years: I can now put that right. 33cl Bottle on 3rd Feb 2014 in Cambrinus, Brugge.
Pale blonde body with a snow white head.
Spicy nose with yeast and floral hop base.
The taste followed in the same lines as the smells with a good fruity undertone that gives a semi-sweet and yet sour feel to the flavours.
Easy drinking triple with a deceptive alcohol level, it is a lot stronger than it tastes.
02-26-2014 23:38:29 | More by BlackHaddock
4.21/5 rDev +6%
A: Opaque straw colored brew with creamy white head & nice lace. Excellent head retention.
S: Bread, banana, clove & citrus nose. Yeast presence is notable.
T: Biscuity, light malt blends beautifully with fruity flavors produced by its mahical yeast.
M: ABV is nicely disguised. Light bodied, smooth and delicious.
O: Wonderful Tripel that is a delight from start to finish.
01-21-2014 23:54:46 | More by Paincane
St. Feuillien Triple from Brasserie St. Feuillien
89 out of 100 based on 464 ratings.