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Allagash Tripel Ale - Allagash Brewing Company

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BA SCORE
92
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2,094 Ratings
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Ratings: 2,094
Reviews: 865
rAvg: 4.14
pDev: 10.63%
Wants: 121
Gots: 214 | FT: 2
Brewed by:
Allagash Brewing Company visit their website
Maine, United States

Style | ABV
Tripel |  9.00% ABV

Availability: Year-round

Notes/Commercial Description:
This strong golden ale is marked by passion fruit and herbal notes in the aroma, with suggestions of banana and honey in the complex palate. The Tripel has a remarkably long and smooth finish.

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Photo of drabmuh
4.45/5  rDev +7.5%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Served from a magnum. Beer is yellow and hazy, forms a white head. Has steady and high carbonation and the head leaves behind a lot of lacing. Very cool looking beer.

A very crisp aroma filled with great fruit esters and flavors. Smells almost exactly like La Fin Du Monde.

Beer is yeasty in flavor, medium to low bodied, slightly bitter and drinkability is really high. The carbonation does a good job providing connectivity to the initial sweetness and the final bitterness.

drabmuh, Jan 05, 2010
Photo of Samichlaus
4.08/5  rDev -1.4%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Bomber poured into Allagash Tulip.

A: Pours a beautiful translucent gold with a three finger white head. Head dissipates to a tight 1/4" thick cap. Minimal lacing.

S: Smell is faint, yeasty, with hint of a burnt sugar kind of aroma. Fruity esters and a zesty herbal aroma develop as it warms. Light spicy hop character.

T: Light fruity sweetness. Yeast and biscuit characters. Spice of the hops coming through. Drying yeasty finish.

M: Medium body. Slightly chewy, slightly oily. Very nice medium carbonation.

D: Very drinkable but too big and dry of a beer to session in my opinion.

Samichlaus, Jan 05, 2010
Photo of Gambrinus1184
4.22/5  rDev +1.9%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Poured from a 750ml cage-corked bottle into a fluted champagne glass.

A: Poured a hazy golden, amber yellow color with orange and rose highlights under a huge cap of white carbonation bubbles which left a fine layer of retention.

S: Smells herbal and citrusy, with hints of lemon and mint as well as grapefruit and clove.

T: Flavor is a nice blend of semisweet cereal malts and finely milled grain coupled with the citrusy backbone of hops. A slight wheaty, yeasty flavor combines nicely with the bold spiciness and brash crispness of the brew with is clean and slightly minty with hints of banana and clove in the mix.

M: Mouthfeel is slightly chewy, but very sharp and well carbonated with a mellow, lingering wheat finish.

D: Very solid-drinking tripel with American flair, as Allagash and breweries like Ommegang have built their reputations upon. At 9% ABV and with such strong Belgian yeast and sugar flavors, I'd reserve this one for special occasions and for sharing with others. Very tasty though and easily recommended for such celebratory services.

Gambrinus1184, Jan 03, 2010
Photo of monkeyturtle
3.23/5  rDev -22%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3 | feel: 4 | overall: 3

I wanted to like this one so much more than I did. I picked this up because my local store didn't carry Allagash White, which is a favorite of mine. Knowing that I've had good experience with many tripels, I thought this would be a sure winner.

Appearance: Good, full head with reasonable lacing; the color was cloudy, wheaty

Smell: very mild, fruity, hints of banana

Taste: way too bitter for my taste. This is not a brew that hides its alcohol content well. Starts with a deceptive gentleness that rolls right into a lasting bitterness.

Mouthfeel: average

I was taken aback by the averageness of this beer.

monkeyturtle, Dec 31, 2009
Photo of caddybuyer
3.75/5  rDev -9.4%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

Poured from an aged corked and caged 750 (batch 122) into a Chimay Chalice.

I will preface this review by saying I am not a huge fan of Tripels. That being said, I do appreciate a nicely done example...so lets see how this goes.

A-Beautiful medium amber with a creamy eggshell head that will not settle. Filtered clarity in the initial pour with effervescent bubble rising from the bottom of the glass.

S-Sweet Belgian malts...bananna, lemon, a hint of pepper, yeast, and something fresh here, like kiwi perhaps. Nice, overall.

T-Very interesting. The peppery, bananna nose carries over to the taste, with a hint of clove and a bit more hops than I expected balancing it all out in a dry astringent finish. Slight warming alcohol in the end, but only minor. A very nice brew.

M-Well balanced overall

D-This is a pretty drinkable beer. Not really my cup of tea, but damn...I actually am enjoying this. Another Belgian clone by the guys who do it very well.

caddybuyer, Dec 27, 2009
Photo of Minotaur
4.15/5  rDev +0.2%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

A slightly hazy golden ale with a one finger head. The head remains for a bit and leaves a thick white skim on top of the beer; there is a smooth lacing left along the edge of the glass.

The aroma is sweet and fruity with a slight hint of bread and spice. Apples, cloves and a light sugar aroma.

The taste is a light, latently sweet in a crisp and bready kind of way. The flavor of pear, grape and a slight citrus peak through. The yeast is present but not unsettling. A little hop bitterness comes through especially as the ale warms. As it is consumed a slight sourness comes through on the back of the tongue and on the inhale.

The mouthfeel is light and clean but also has a pleasant density. The beer is very drinkable and smooth despite the high alcohol.

Minotaur, Dec 25, 2009
Photo of Mavajo
4.3/5  rDev +3.9%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

Pours a golden yellow - a bit darker than I expected actually, but definitely an acceptable color. Beautiful frothy white head that retains very well - it eventually recedes, but maintains a nice frothy film throughout. No or minimal lacing.

Aroma is wonderful - honey, light fruits, banana, sweet, with a hint of grains or maybe bread? Taste isn't quite as special as the aroma, but it's still great. All the same notes appear here - honey, light fruits, banana, and a bready/grainy notion. Honey is likely at the forefront here. There's a slight aftertaste, but it's minimal and doesn't last very long - which is perfect in my book. I can't say that I found the alcohol very noticeable - I certainly wouldn't have pegged this as 9%. Mouthfeel is somewhat pedestrian, but inoffensive. Thin to medium bodied with generous carbonation. A bit prickly across the tongue. Drinkability is superb - very refreshing, but doesn't compromise and maintains an interesting taste. You can drink this down, or you can sip it.

Probably my second favorite Tripel to date, behind only Chimay White.

Mavajo, Dec 24, 2009
Photo of Frotus
4.58/5  rDev +10.6%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 4

This is my favorite Tripel. Granted it is one of the few I get to enjoy fresh since it is brewed by the fine people up in Maine. Very easy to find around Boston.

The head is ridiculous. Thick, full and doesnt subside. This head isn't gonna take your guff! Beautiful gold in color. Immediatly you can taste the distinct Belgian yeast strain. The other flavors are very complex. Citrus, malt, honey and a few others I cant even identify. Drink this slowly and enjoy them all!

The Drinkability of this one is almost perfect. The only thing holding me back from giving it a 5 is the high ABV. Not that this a problem, but some people might be turned off by it. I actually love that this beer hides the high ABV remarkably well.

Frotus, Dec 24, 2009
Photo of Throckmorton
4.3/5  rDev +3.9%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Overall, one of my favorite American Tripels.

A - these are never beautiful beers as beers go, but looked like a tripel.

S - had some nice earthy tones - even horsey, but subtle, not unpleasant. had some grass notes, perhaps slight citrus.

T - just right, dry, slight bitter tang, multiple flavors that change from sip to swallow.

M - good, more thick than thin. mine was pretty carbonated,

D - Hi EtOH, but I sure did want another.

Throckmorton, Dec 17, 2009
Photo of Kadonny
3.9/5  rDev -5.8%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Poured from a 12 ounce bottle into a Stella glass.

A: A medium golden color with a big one finger white fluffy head. Nice glass lacing that eventually fades back into the beer.

S: Yeasty flavors with some sweet sugary notes and sweeter fruits. Slight alcohol smell.

T: Sweeter fruit flavors and musty yeast notes come out first. Fruits of banana, pear, some green grape are coupled with the musty spicy yeast. This is overcome by the sugary sweetness that lets just a hint of spicyness back in before completely finishing sweet. Sweetness lingers with a coating finish and minimal (if any) traces of hop.

M: Coating and full with a sweetness that stays on the tongue. A trace of alcohol is tasted, but it is welcome.

D: For me it's just a tad too sweet for more than one. If you are a sweet fan, this one goes down smoothly.

Overall a very good tripel that is well made and affordable. I prefer my tripels with a bit more hop bite so this was not a favorite of mine. I can still appreciate how well it's made within the style, and for that it gets high ratings. Allagash does a nice job.

Kadonny, Dec 17, 2009
Photo of berley31
4.1/5  rDev -1%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

A: Poured with an average-sized, white head that gradually diminished to 1/2-finger. Body is dark yellow and hazy.

S: Very nice aroma... strong with orange and other citrus smells, with some light yeast.

T: Lots of fruit in the flavor, and again the yeast is lurking, but not too prevalent. Finishes slightly bitter, almost an astringent taste to it.

M: Medium-bodied and creamy, with lively carbonation.

D: A solid tripel, which is no less than what I would expect from Allagash.

berley31, Dec 14, 2009
Photo of tanousa
3.68/5  rDev -11.1%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

A- Peachy , golden color with decent lace foam.

S- A lot of different fruits , herbal aroma , hints of honey.

T- orange peel, yeast , alcohol and clove.

M- a little dry finish , good carbonation.

D- ok beer,alcohol content at 9 % makes it a little dangerous if you like it, not one of my favorites but I can share one here and there.

tanousa, Dec 09, 2009
Photo of LordAdmNelson
4.1/5  rDev -1%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Just an all around good beer, I'd say. Pours a nice golden color with decent white head that sticks around for a while. Smell is a nice combination of yeast, cloves, apples, and pale malt. Taste follows suit, just a solid tripel. Did catch a slight metallic character. Decent leafy hop bitterness. Got this one discounted because Allagash is moving out of Indiana, great deal! MF is light with decent carbonation, right for a tripel. Really enjoyable, great session, refreshing.

LordAdmNelson, Dec 08, 2009
Photo of coldmeat23
4.65/5  rDev +12.3%
look: 5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

GLASS: Snifter
TEMP: Cellared @ approx 50 degrees
BATCH NUMBER: 110

This one pours a hazy, golden orange color, somewhat similar to apricot nectar. A fluffy, creamy, two-finger head of eggshell white colored foam sits on top. The retention is fairly impressive, especially for 9.00%abv. The lacing looks like swiss cheese lining the side of my glass.
Very nice.

It's like biscuits made with honey, bananas and cloves. Good yeastiness level, which is not overdone, at all, it's damn near perfect. Nice notes of orchard/white fruits. Pears, apples, bananas, white grapes, apricots and even a light touch of pineapple. Nice hints of clove and cardamon and a touch of cinnamon. Candi sugar and caramel malt sweetness.

Nicely, the honey covered bananas are out front, taste-wise. The fruits, spices and sweetness, from the nose, all play together, just below the surface. This is all supported by a very nice yeasty base.
This is one tasty tripel!

This one is full-bodied with a nice medium to full level of carbonation. It is filled with loads of those teeny, tiny little bubbles that I love so much. This gives a delightful creaminess to this already very smooth beer.

The slightly high abv is effectively masked within this glass. This is a very easy drinking beer. My only concern is that the abv and sugar/sweetness would catch up with you if you aren't careful.

coldmeat23, Dec 07, 2009
Photo of timrosenblatt
3.7/5  rDev -10.6%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Batch #142.

Smells like honey and banana bread. The head is wicked crazy. Looks like a big cloud.

Doesn't taste as sweet as other tripel's I've had. I'd say the spicyness doesn't really fit in. It's tasty when I first take a drink, but after a second the spicyness beats up the sweetness and steals its lunch money.

It's a neat beer. Maybe I should have let it sit for a while -- the label says it cellars well.

timrosenblatt, Dec 07, 2009
Photo of adamette
4.25/5  rDev +2.7%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Live review. The third of four Allagash 750 ML corked and caged bottles that I picked up at Rozi's Wine House in Lakewood. This one was $6.49. I was especially happy to find this at this price since Tripels are my favorite style and The Allagash Tripel is one of the highest rated ones out there. Batch # 135. Poured into my gold rimmed Gulden Draak tulip glass.

A 4 inch fluffy, bountiful head that could easily get away from you after a vigorous pour. Body is a golden yellow but translucent one with a few lines of bubbles rising up from the bottom of the glass. A classic tripel look and Allagash demonstrates its mastery already in the look of this beer. 4.5

S Light, sweet malt and Belgian yeast in (again) a classic presentation for the smell. There may also be some spice like smells that I have found consistent in many tripels. Spices that I pick up might be a faint ginger or even cinnamon but I had to sniff several times to pick these up. 4.0

T Enjoyed at just below cellar temperature (a message on the side of the bottle called for serving it at cellar temp), taste is a classic tripel taste of sweet malt, the mentioned Belgian yeast grain taste that I love and just a sense of spices to make it well rounded and delicious. Again, I use the word classic to describe this masterfully made tripel. 4.5

M Wonderfully syrupy, somewhat sticky as it lingers in the mouth for a minute or more with that great, classic tripel taste. There is a measure of carbonation feel as well with bubbles dancing across the tongue as you take it in. 4.0

D As I enjoyed what amounted to about 2 tulip glasses of this beer I thought: "This is so much better than any bottle of wine that I have ever had." I think that says it all. Within the style, it has excellent drinkability. This is a rather high ABV beer (not as high as an average wine though!) and that should drive down the drinkability from the highest reaches. 4.0

Notes: One of the highest rated Tripels (my favorite style) that I waited until rating number 785 to consume. It was worth the wait and what a nice, classic tripel that it is. I think that this is a very reasonable price too, again much better than a same sized bottle of wine. Next up is the Curieux.

adamette, Dec 07, 2009
Photo of pokesbeerdude
4.13/5  rDev -0.2%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Big thanks to Yesac for hooking me up with this beer. 750ml. Batch #141.

A: slightly cloudy gold in color with a dense, enormous white head, a good two inches thick. Excellent head retention, pretty violently carbonated, as there is a huge stream coming up from the nucleation point. Incredible lacing too, just a ring of dense thick foam sticking to the side of the glass. Very nice.

S: Sweet and malty, and quite floral as well. Honey, noble hop spicyness, and a big time Belgian spice profile. Pears come to mind as well. Very nice.

T: Malty profile of honey, pilsener malts, slightly oaty, has a few notes of vanilla, spice from both alcohol, Belgian yeast strain esters, and also from the hops. Floral nose follows nicely to the mouth as well. Very tasty, one of the better tripels I've had in a long time.

M: Medium bodied, a little more on the light side, decent carbonation, and dry. Slight alcohol warmth. Hits all those notes right.

D: Fairly easy to drink, and the 9.0% is hidden fairly well, but I think this one would wear on me before being truly able to session it. One 750ml is more than enough. Excellent offering from Allagash. Highly recommended.

Thanks Casey!

pokesbeerdude, Dec 05, 2009
Photo of flagmantho
4.53/5  rDev +9.4%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 5 | overall: 5

Poured from 750mL bottle into a tulip. This bottle is labeled as batch #142.

Appearance: quite hazy light golden yellow hue with tons of apparent effervescence and a huge white head. Very nice, though a bit lighter than most tripels I've had.

Smell: rich, sweet malty aroma with a little bit of wheat. Not particularly complex, but very nice for what it is.

Taste: epic and delicious. Malt, apples, pears, even some light cherry and other berry flavors. Not terribly bitter but a very light hop flavor. Excellent.

Mouthfeel: for me, perfect. Beers like this are why I love tripels and Belgian pale ales. Medium-thick body with huge carbonation makes for a velvety, extremely creamy texture which I love. Highest marks.

Drinkability: exceptionally drinkable. This beer is outstanding.

flagmantho, Dec 01, 2009
Photo of OtherShoe2
3.58/5  rDev -13.5%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Pours a hazy honeyed gold with a slight, white skim head and a touch of lacing.

Scents of tropical fruit, honey, and herbs. Whiff of chemical alcohol.

Interesting brew. First sip is raw honey, some tropical fruit, and a bitter burn of grain alcohol. Some yeastiness and light bready flavors as well, but more like sweet jam smeared on white toast. Spices fight through, with some white pepper burn and a mild bitter finish. I know this is 9%, but the booze gets in the way here a bit.

Medium bodied, and well carbonated. This helps the drinkablity alot, but not enough to make this super easy to drink. Bitterness and booziness make this more of a sipper. A very well meade beer, but I think I will find some of their other tripels to compare. This is ok to good.

OtherShoe2, Nov 29, 2009
Photo of ryanonline
3.83/5  rDev -7.5%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

pours a nice hazy orange, with a thick white head that lasts. nice lacing.

aromas are of coriander, bananas, and yeast.

tastes citrusy and spicey (coriander, maybe cinnamon).some honey then slight banana as the sweetness fades. lots of yeast.

mouthfeel is sort of foamy. nicely warming on the way down.

very well balanced in the drinkabilty department, but still a lot of foam can fill you up quick.

nice beer, but not exceptional.

ryanonline, Nov 20, 2009
Photo of tigg924
3.43/5  rDev -17.1%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 2.5 | overall: 3.5

Appearance: orange-gold in color, cloudy, one inch head, high carbonation

Smell: alcohol, yeast, and banana

Taste: banana, yeast, light bread, and some citrus

Mouthfeel: moderately sweet with a slightly bitter aftertaste, very high carbonation, medium bodied

Drinkability: I could have two at most. The carbonation is a little overbearing. An above average tripel. Tasty but not too far out of the ordinary.

tigg924, Nov 18, 2009
Photo of FranksRedHot
3.93/5  rDev -5.1%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Poured from a batch #143 750 mil bottle in to a tulip.

A: Bright golden color with a hint of copper, puffy bright white head around two fingers in height. Tight effervescent carbonation.

S: Sweet malt and yeast forward followed by a light mellow orange and mixed citrus profile with a hint of clove and white pepper turning too sweet honey with a wisp of its 9% abv.

T: An almost mirror to the smell but with the yeast dominating lending to a more banana bubblegum flavor. The 9% abv let's you know it's presence in the finish

M: Slick and oily with a slight astringency.

D: A real sipper for sure. Enjoy it with a pairing of UnieKaas cave aged Gouda, Prosciutto San Danielle and a crusty baguette.

FranksRedHot, Nov 15, 2009
Photo of TheJollyHop
4.13/5  rDev -0.2%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Golden amber with a minimal amount of head formation. I was expecting more from a beer brewed in this style.

The aroma has scents of lemon, grass, spice, yeast, and some possible banana, all wrapped up in a subtle, complex package.

Tastes of lemon peel, pepper, with some faint bitterness. Subtle sweetness masks the ABV perfectly. Very well balanced beer that is complex with many flavor nuances.

Mouthfeel is silky smooth, creamy, and mildly carbonated. Overall highly drinkable as it is balanced and the alcohol has no harsh overtones. While I would have preferred some more carbonation, this beer was definitely an enjoyable sipper.

TheJollyHop, Nov 15, 2009
Photo of Twitchsey
3.68/5  rDev -11.1%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Pours a hazey golden color with an almost white head that is pretty low for what was (by accident) a fairly vigorous pour. still looks pretty good on first sight. moving onto the smell.

sweet. With an odd note to it that im not quite able to place. very fruity with that sense of natural sweetness, not really a sugary aroma, but instead a juice like sweetness to it. bottle mentions passion fruit. not sure if I get that particularly... though I dont go around sniffing passion fruit in my free time. I am getting more of a apple or pear aroma to it.

first sip... wow that has a lot more of a bite to it up front than the aroma would have suggested. it is sweet, but it has that sharp, bitter bite to it up front that fades quickly in the presence of the fruit, but the bitterness creeps back in with a mild but noticeable hop ending. Does have a bit of an alcohol-taste to it at the end, not sure how I quite feel about that, but on the whole its very enjoyable about half way in.

medium carbonation witha light consistency. if it werent for the abv I could see this as a fairly frequent drinking beer. though at 9% its near approaching twice what a usual session beer runs for me.

Overall I am very impressed with Allagash, as always. I remember my first experience with Allagash at a beer tasting at Higgins Armory in Worcester, MA. One of the other patrons of the event asked the Allagash brewer if their beer was anything like blue moon. The brewer then proceded to go on a rant about how blue moon was far inferior compared to their beer. Got to say I agree with them.

Twitchsey, Nov 11, 2009
Photo of bobsy
4.43/5  rDev +7%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

On Sunday night we did a blind tasting of four tripels at Shawn's place. Facing off against each other were Allagash Tripel and Urthel Hibernus Quentum, and La Fin du Monde and Tripel Karmeleit. Allagash won its battle and Tripel Karmeleit took the prize in its contest. It would be difficult for me to pick an overall winner, as they seemed to be at opposite ends of the style spectrum, and showed that there is variation within the tripel category.

In general, I noticed some consistency between samples when it came to appearance and mouthfeel. On pouring all the samples displayed a brilliant light gold, with a tight white head that produced some spots and streaks of lace. Some of the samples were cloudier than others, but I'd put this down to disturbed sediment (I'd just brought a couple and they may have been a bit shaken up). Only in taste and aroma did they seem to differ - falling into either a dry graininess, or a sweeter honey-like profile. The bodies were invariably medium-light with a high, pillowy carbonation.

The Allagash won its contest with Urthel by a landslide, partly because it hid its alcohol a lot better. What I got out of it was a lot of honey, and if you gave it to me and asked me to place it into a style I would have said it was a Belgian Strong Pale Ale, which really shows how fuzzy the boundaries between some styles are. While it didn't meet my expectation of what a tripel is supposed to be, it did tick all the right boxes for what I like in a beer. The honey malt and sweetness gave it some great depth. There was a lot of graininess and the spicy finish you would expect, but there was also a surprising phenolic character, which came through in both the flavour and the aroma. I loved Allagash White, so it should not come as a shock that this one gets two thumbs up from me.

Thanks to sstackho for sharing!

bobsy, Nov 09, 2009
Allagash Tripel Ale from Allagash Brewing Company
92 out of 100 based on 2,094 ratings.