Tripel

As expected, the Tripel generally lies between the Dubbel and the Quadrupel in strength and in ABV.

Slightly darker than a typical Pilsner, the Tripel is usually slightly hazy, due to bottle conditioning. The local yeasts give this ale fruity banana and clove-like flavors, while the pale malts (and occasional addition of Belgian candi sugar) give the beer a sweeter finish and light body. Bitterness can be high for such a light body and color, but the malt balances nicely. Alcohol can be high, and range from slightly noticeable to dangerously subtle.

Best served cool, 46-54 degrees, in a beer snifter, stemmed tulip glass, or a chalice.

Devils Tramping Ground Tripel

Beer Style: 
ABV: 
9.20% ABV
Looks: 
2.5
Smell: 
2.5
Taste: 
2.5
Overall: 
2.5

This Tripel ale will grow hair in places you don't want. Our Tripel is a golden colored ale that has a fruity spicy flavor that finishes a bit sweet. The Devil's Tripel is light tasting from the addition of candy sugar. We add just the right amount of hops to balance out the sweetness.

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