Archive for the 'Trippel' Category

River Horse Tripel Horse

Notice a unique aromatic nose with a hint of vanilla esters, which comes from the Belgian ale yeast. Tripel Horse has a big body and rich mouth feel and finishes mostly dry with only a touch of sweetness. If you shy from some of the sweeter Belgian ales, we think you will enjoy this one. The palate improves with age, so keep some on hand and you can ride Tripel Horse down a new path with each opened bottle.

From the Brewer – “Our take on a Belgian Style Tripel Ale, fermented with a Trappist yeast strain which lends hints of vanilla and creates a variety of complex flavors.”

Alcohol by volume: 10%
Format: 6 packs
Seasonality: Winter

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Weyerbacher Merry Monks’ Belgian-style Tripel

Weyerbacher-Merry-Monks-Belgian-Abby-TripelFrom the Brewer – “Merry Monks’ is a Belgian-style Tripel. Pilsner malt combined with an abbey yeast strain yields a remarkable and complex flavor packed with notes of spice, banana and pear. Nicely balanced, with a moderate to dry finish, Merry Monks is bottle conditioned which imparts a special effervescence to the beer and a creamier carbonation.  9.3% ABV.

The ongoing fermentation inside the bottle will change the character of the beer as it ages, and you’ll find it becomes dryer with age. You may want to lay down a few bottles for future evaluation. We suggest storing at cellar temperatures – around 55°F – and away from light.”

Awards:

Best Belgian Beer – Philly Beer Scene Awards, 2013

Alcohol by volume: 9.3%
Format: 6 packs
Seasonality: Year Round

Flying Fish Exit 4 American Trippel

Flying-Fish-Exit-4-American-TrippelFrom the Brewer – “This inspired Belgian-style Trippel has a hazy golden hue and the aroma of citrus with hints of banana and clove. Predominant Belgian malt flavors give way to a subdued bitterness in the finish. Winner of a Gold Medal at the 2009 Great American Beer Festival and named by Mens Journal as best Belgian beer brewed in America for 2009.

Delicious when paired with a fish, roasted vegetables, shrimp, and strong cheeses.

Hops: Simcoe, Columbus, Palisades, Amarillo
Malts: Malto Franco-Belge Pils Malt, Weyerman Acidulated, White Wheat, Demerara Sugar
Yeast: Belgian Abbey
Hop Bitterness (IBU’s): 23.8
Original Gravity: 21.5° Plato
Alcohol by volume: 9.5%
Format: 6 Packs
Seasonality: Year Round

Slumbrew Trekker Trippel

Slumbrew-Trekker-TrippelFrom the Brewer – “Finding new zymological expressions is a noble dedication of the craft beer enthusiast. For those committed to the adventure of seeking new styles, beer destinations and breweries, we applaud you and dedicate this golden Belgian-style trippel ale.

This smooth and alluring Belgian golden ale is full of complex fruity pineapple flavors set against a spicy finish. Dried jasmine flowers added in the boil work with a higher alcohol level to augment Belgian pilsen, caramel and honey malts. Hop character is distinctly Chinook with an aromatic peppery finish that comes from Motueka hops grown in New Zealand.”

Hops: Chinook, Motueka
Malts: Belgian pilsen and caramel malts
Original Gravity: 1.086º Plato
Hop Bitterness (IBU’s): 36
Alcohol by volume: 9.5%
Format: 22oz. Bottles
Seasonality: Limited

Blue Mountain Barrel House Mandolin Artisanal Ale

Blue-Mountain-Barrel-House-Mandolin-Artisanal-AleFrom the Brewer – “A deep golden beer born of a single malt. Balance derived from whole-flower hops. Created from water drawn deep beneath the feet of the world’s oldest mountains. Flavor driven by a faithful dedication to excess. All brought to life by yeast from a holy place. Great beer is a riddle that does not need to be solved!

Original Gravity: 21.6º Plato
Hop Bitterness (IBU’s): 34
Alcohol by volume: 9%
Format: 750 ml Bottles
Seasonality: Spring

Green’s Quest Tripel Ale

From the Brewer – The History of Quest Tripel Ale – “Tripel” is a style that was originated by Westmalle Trappist Brewery in the 1930s, when they began to sell Westmalle Trappist Tripel.  Rich and full-flavored, tripels are satisfying beers beloved by beer aficionados.  Many breweries now produce a tripel, but a tripel made without barley is a particular accomplishment.

Taste – Fairly light body for beer of this strength; spice and herb nose with flavors of candied fruit. Aromatic, long finish.”

Best served with steamed asparagus, artichoke, squash, or other full-flavored, rich vegetables. Excellent with beef dishes or with wild game.

Awards

World Beer Championships Gold Medal – 93 Points – 2011.

Original Gravity: 1.072
Hop Bitterness (IBU’s): 32
Alcohol by volume: 8.5%
Format: 16.9 Oz. Bottles
Seasonality: Year Round

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Chimay Ale Tripel

Taste : Subtle combination of fresh hops and yeast that is improved by a bitter touch.

From the Brewer – “The Chimay Triple, last-born of the Abbey, is labelled “Cinq Cents” on the 750 ml bottle. Of a golden colour, the Trappist beer combines sweet and bitter in a rare balance. The beer’s aroma felt in the mouth comes from the hops’ perfumes: above all, they are fruity touches of Muscat grapes and raisins, even ripe apples. This traditional Belgian beer is best savoured fresh at a temperature of from 6 to 8°C.”

Alcohol by volume: 8%
Format: 6 packs
Seasonality: Year Round


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