Jaggery Tripel | Ten Ninety Brewing Company

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Brewed by:
Ten Ninety Brewing Company
Illinois, United States
ten-ninety.com

Style: Tripel

Alcohol by volume (ABV): 11.00%

Availability: Year-round

Notes / Commercial Description:
The monastic breweries of Belgium created Tripel as a balanced and powerful alternative to the pale lagers of Eastern Europe. Traditional Tripels are fortified with Belgian candi sugar or invert sugar syrup.

Ten Ninety Jaggery Tripel is Belgian perfection. Instead of Belgian candi or corn sugar, we accent our Tripel with jaggery palm sugar, a traditional ingredient in sweet and savory dishes of India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Jaggery sugar provides a hint of molasses and mellow tanginess while lively carbonation and firm hop bitterness create a balanced Belgian experience.

Added by TMoney2591 on 10-03-2013

BEER STATS
Ranking:
#7,710
Reviews:
2
Ratings:
41
pDev:
9.88%
Bros Score:
0
 
 
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1
Gots:
7
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0
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Pours a yellow color with hints of orange. It does form a bit of a white head, but not as large as usual for the style.

Smells a lot like yeast and malt, a bit like fresh baked bread.

Belgian sugar, fruit, and Belgian yeast funk are prominent. There is some alcohol warming at the finish, and it is a bit dry.

Good feel to it, pretty solid and right on for the style.

The triple seems to be one of the harder styles for US breweries to get right, but this is one of the better ones I have tried. It has a very Belgian character to it, although it is a bit heavy on the funk. Still, it is fairly complex, and hides the alcohol well. This is my first beer from this brewery, and so far my first impression is a positive one.

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Jaggery Tripel from Ten Ninety Brewing Company
Beer rating: 4.05 out of 5 with 41 ratings
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