This complex and prestigious Trappist beer is a benchmark for tripels.
The quintessential Belgian tripel, often referred to as the “mother of all tripels," smells of yeast, citrus and spice. The flavor is slightly sweet, with honey, apricot and toasted grains. It's a smooth, creamy and wonderfully effervescent brew.
Serve in a chalice or goblet at 46-57 F.
Suggested Food Pairings: This tripel pairs flawlessly with most food, especially pungent cheeses, shellfish, caprese salad and asparagus.
Food Loves Beer taste tested and recommended!