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Westmalle Tripple 75cl

75cl Volume

£7.33 (Approximate price)

Technical sheet

Category:Beer
Producer: Abdij der Trappisten Westmalle
Volume: 75cl
Alcohol Vol.: 9%
Type Of Beer: Trappist
Country: Belgium
The Westmalle Tripple 75cl is a/an trappist produced by Abdij der Trappisten Westmalle from Belgium and shows an alcoholic content of 9%. At Drinks&Co, users evaluate the Westmalle Tripple 75cl with an average score of 4 points out of 5.

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Westmalle Tripple 75cl

TASTING NOTES:

  • Appearance: Westmalle Tripple 75cl shows a golden color
  • Aroma: fruity aroma and hops
  • Body / Flavor: full of flavors like banana, orange and hops

TYPE OF BEER: Trappist

ABV: 9.5%

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Open yourself to what is undoubtedly one of the most complex Trappist beers that exist with this Westmalle Triple! Brewed under control of Trappist monks of the Abbey N. Dame de la Trappe S. Cur since 1934, sometimes called the Mother of all beer triple has indeed sacred assets in the bottle. This Belgian beer is indeed one of the first beer being brewed under the name Triple beer and is the result of a careful selection of ingredients used in its composition. Many hops are involved here and to flavor and bitterness give this exceptional beer. In addition, the yeast used is the same since 1956 and it greatly affects the aroma and flavor complexity of the Trappist. Dressed in a gown of rich golden blonde, this religious exhibits upon its entry into the glass a white foam, creamy, rich and good persistence. She let out of it complex and fruity aromas of hops and yeast with notes referring in particular oranges and citrus. The entry on the palate is equally complex with a body, as silky as velvet, with a very nice texture. We discover fruity flavors difficult to identify and spikes recalling the presence of alcohol and a very floral bitterness sets in and continues after the tasting.
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