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Duvel Tripel Hop 2013 (8.5%)

Last year Duvel brewed their Tripel Hop with Citra and I didn’t like it much. This year it’s Saaz, Syrian Goldings and a massive amount of dry hopped Sorachi Ace. And you know something? This is a whole lot better. … Continue reading

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The Celt Experience Brewery Ogham Oak (8.5%)

Part of Celt’s Ogham Series, Oak is an “Exotic Tripel” brewed with Belgian yeast, orange peel and cinnamon, and it’s terrific. Oak is a golden beer with a fluffy cloud for a head and a lovely aroma of fresh yeasty … Continue reading

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A Pair Of St. Austell Specials

It would seem that someone at the St. Austell Brewery likes Belgian beer. My guess would be it’s the Master Brewer, but whoever it is, St. Austell have gone ahead and brewed two beers in classic Belgian styles, one a … Continue reading

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Brouwerij De Halve Maan Straffe Hendrik (9%)

What to say? This is a super Belgian Triple. A classic beer of Bruges that pours a shining gold with a feisty head and a smell that’s heavenly, all yeasty apples and pears in a spiced crumble. Taking a swig you … Continue reading

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Brouwerij Het Anker Gouden Carolus Tripel (9%)

After a bad pint, which is what I’ve just suffered, this is like the nectar of the Gods. Carolus Tripel pours with the most ridiculously large foamy head and smells of bread dough and flowerbeds. There’s a sugary sweetness that … Continue reading

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