Bete Blanche Belgian-Style Tripel - Elysian Brewing Company
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4.5/5 rDev +26.1%
I am not normally a fan of Belgian-style brewing, but for Elysian, I gave it a chance. I was very pleasantly surprised. I have long credited Elysian for having a powerful, unpretentious taste in many of their beer styles, and this was no exception. When poured, it gives a cloudy appearance that lasts throughout the drinking, solid head, as the label might tell you, and soft lacing. Its flavor is wheaty with some caramel notes. Not a regular choice for me, but if offered I would not refuse it.
06-30-2013 18:18:54 | More by washingtonstatebeerfan
3.65/5 rDev +2.2%
Bottle into tulip (no freshness date)
Appearance- Deep gold, clear, 1 finger white head
Aroma-Light malt sweetness, spicy, some pepper notes, some fruitiness
Flavor- spicy, some fruitiness, sweet up front with a dry finish. lacking for a triple
Mouthfeel- Medium full, smooth, medium carb
Overall- Its good, not great wouldn't really seek out again but its enjoyable brew, it seems to light for a triple, but drinkable for sure.
05-27-2013 04:25:50 | More by LI_PO12
3.74/5 rDev +4.8%
A-a hazy golden orange with a fingers worth of white head that sticks to the glass
S-pale malts, citrus, pears
T-pale malt backbone with sweet pears, hints of citrus and pepper, and light Belgian yeast
M-light to medium body, medium carbonation
Overall this is an ok tripel, but nothing all that special
03-03-2013 00:37:07 | More by ksimons
Bete Blanche Belgian-Style Tripel from Elysian Brewing Company
81 out of 100 based on 164 ratings.