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Maredsous Tripel

330ml Volume

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Technical sheet

Category:Beer
Producer: Duvel
Volume: 33cl
Alcohol Vol.: 10%
Fermentation: Warm Fermenting
Type Of Beer: Abbey
Country: Belgium
The abbey Maredsous Tripel (£1.98) is brewed by Duvel native of Belgium made with warm fermenting and shows an alcoholic content of 10%. At Drinks&Co, users evaluate the Maredsous Tripel with an average score of 4 points out of 5.

Description of Maredsous Tripel

Maredsous Tripel

TASTING NOTES:

  • Color: Maredsous Tripel has an amber colour.
  • Odour: slight fruit (apples and pears), hints of banana and a little black pepper.
  • Mouth: Tasty and light with a little honey prominent.

ABV: 10% Vol

TYPE OF BEER: Stout

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The Brand

Duvel

Duvel

Founded in the 19th century, Maredsous monastery has a much more distant past. In fact, more than a thousand years. So you can see the tradition we stand in and you will perceive our present day characteristics. The monks of Maredsous are Benedictines.

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Reviews of Maredsous Tripel

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4/5

Maredsous Tripel Is a dark sparkling beer is pretty solid, and that makes it an ideal beer for the recipient.
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Maredsous Tripel

4 /5

TASTING NOTES:
- Appearance: Maredsous 10 Tripel is somewhat yellowish orange, slightly hazy with a moderate creamy white layer of foam, a very representative than usual in this style look.
- Aroma: At the nose first thing that appears is a very intense fruity sweetness, which emphasizes the orange and maybe cilantro, heavily spiced with clear presence of alcohol. Malt is appreciated without too much trouble, although it is somewhat disguised
- Body / Flavor: With good body, flavor follows the same guidelines: the same hot spices that were in the aroma, taste and a strong enol presents syrupy, with intense notes of apricot and orange.

TYPE OF BEER: Tripel
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3.5 /5

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