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Chimay Tripel / Blanche (White) Trappist Ale

Beer Style: 
Trappist Ale
Serving Style.: 
330 ml. bottle
Alcohol Content: 
8% abv
Where Purchased?: 
L.C.B.O.
Beer Rating: 
5

Chimay Tripel

A very full, slightly tan coloured, long lasting head on a dark golden, slightly cloudy beer.
The aroma is of citrus, fruit, cloves and coriander while the texture is quite creamy.
Ginger, cloves, coriander and a nice bitterness come through in the taste while the finish is nicely bitter with a hint of alcohol, which you would expect from it's 8% alcohol content.
As an aftertaste you get sweetness, flowers, and citrus and quite a nice bitter bite.
This is a finely balanced and excellent beer. I will buy it again often.



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reviewed by:
John H.

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Serving Style:
275 ml.clear bottle
Where Purchased:
L.C.B.O.
Beer Rating:
1

Cool Beer - Stonewall Light

I should never have taken this off the shelf. No head on a very light amber colored brew with lots of lace and there is where it ends.
Clear bottle = skunked. Behind the skunk, (which is not a good place to be), is just a hint of something. It might be a bit of citrus or not.
Mouthfeel is quite creamy if you can get by the taste.
My word! If you're going to spend all that money to have a custom label put on a beer you're better off spending less and put just a plain label on a dark colored bottle. As the Kingston Trio said way back when: 'When will they ever learn."




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