A COMPLEX, BALANCED TRIPEL
Westmalle Tripel (9.5%) is a reasonable Trappist beer, golden-yellow in shading, with incredibly fruity aromas of ready banana and a flawless, inconspicuous nose of hops. This full-mouthed beer offers artfulness and class, with a mellow taste and a smooth mouth feel, yielding bitter notes upheld by organic product aromas. Appreciate the waiting, dry completion. The unpredictable character of a Westmalle Tripel is gotten from the moderate brewing cycle and its re-fermentation in the bottle.
Westmalle Tripel is typically emptied from 33 cl bottles into the marked goblet that impeccably holds the substance of one bottle. The Tripel can likewise be purchased in 75 cl bottles. In bigger bottles, the beer develops in an alternate way; the fruity aromas are milder with a more noteworthy dash of readiness and the beer takes on an unobtrusive trace of vanilla.
UNIQUE FROM THE START
Westmalle Tripel was first fermented in 1934. This 'mother of all tripels' is a world reference for the style and has roused various brewers. Westmalle Tripel was presented at the hour of the dispatch of the abbey's new brewing corridor. The recipe was balanced in 1956 yet since the time then the recipe has stayed unaltered.
Westmalle Tripel was added to the range during the 1930s. 'Tripel' alludes to the way that fixings are utilized in amounts that are bigger than expected. In other words, this solid blonde contains multiple times the amount of fixings that was utilized for the first Westmalle Trappist beer. Other brewers have since received the 'tripel' name for their own beers.