Lost & Grounded Apophenia (8.8%)

Apophenia, the tendency to perceive meaningful patterns within random data, is the name of Lost & Grounded’s Tripel, and it is a thing of beauty.
Brewed with a Belgian yeast, orange peel and coriander, it’s a rich peachy gold with a frothy little head that smells of peppery honey biscuits.
Taking a swig you find a rich round beer with a big malty heart that’s full of caramel waffles, salted pecan praline, honey and walnut bread.
There’s also a good and bitterly dry hopping with a steely metallic herbal leafiness and a dab of marmalade under which the orange peel and coriander wink and spark with a piquant zestiness.
Lovely stuff.

Source: Brewklopedia

About Simon Williams

Founder of CAMRGB. Member of The British Guild Of Beer Writers. Leftist bigmouth. Old and grumpy.
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