5 Seasons West Mall Tripel

5 Seasons West Mall Tripel

Rated 3.560 by BeerPals
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Brewed by 5 Seasons Brewing Company

Atlanta, GA, United States

Style:  Abbey Tripel

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Like bread in a glass, our Trippel is a sweet, yeasty ale of Belgian descent. Still brewed today by Trappist monks, our recipe follows theirs perfectly to its golden, delicious conclusion. Served in a tulip glass, you’ll find it a wonderful sipping beer. It’s unfiltered, and some grapefruit, clove and banana notes may be present.  West Mall Trippel was judged the FIRST PLACE WINNER in the Belgian Class during the 2004 GEORGIA CRAFT BREW CHALLENGE.

ID: 16367 Last updated 18 years ago Added to database 18 years ago

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Overall Rank2378
Overall Percentile95.6
Style Rank47 of 580
Style Percentile91.9
Lowest Score3.9
Highest Score4.9
Average Score4.400
Weighted Score3.560
Standard Deviation0.000

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  • CYBERCAT 11711 reviews
    rated 4.9 15 years ago

    Aroma: 10 | Appearance: 9 | Mouthfeel: 10 | Flavor: 10 | Overall: 10

    Pours a rich, nearly opaque dark honey golden with a thick, yellowish off-white head. Strong aroma is sweet and malty and has hints of honey, caramel and banana. Mouth-filling flavor is very smooth with a fruity overtone, hoppy undertone, and hints of caramel plus some sweetness and hop bitterness. Texture and finish are smooth and very satisfying.

  • ARACAUNA 2100 reviews
    rated 3.9 18 years ago

    Aroma: 8 | Appearance: 7 | Mouthfeel: 8 | Flavor: 8 | Overall: 8

    Cloudy orangey gold body with a nice, but smallish, soupy, white head. The aroma has tons of esters. It could almost pass for a pale weizenbock except it’s got a bit of that Belgian strong ale funky spice backing it up. The flavor turns slightly peppery as it warms, although I don’t know if it’s from hops, alcohol or a mixture of both. Malty flavor, but not heavy, although the body is substantial. You really need to let this one warm up.

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