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Bottleworks Bangelijk Blonde by De Proefbrouwerij (bvba Andelot)
Tripel
7.50 % ABV


 
Review by seaoflament on 03/17/09  
 
Score Appearance Smell Taste Mouthfeel Overall Impression Year
80 3 9 16 4 8 2004
Thanks to Beerzebub for the opportunity to try this beer. The label states it was bottled in 2004; Blonde Flemish Ale.

Pours a pale yellow with a creamy inch of foam. Very thin, soapy-like, bubbles with waves in the center of the glass. The head seems everlasting and leaves some thick lacing on the glass. Streams of tiny bubbles rush to the top continuously. Impressive!

Very estery, pears, red apples, pineapple, grapes, and a little vitamin aroma. Toasty and bready malt in the background with hints of soft spicy notes of cinnamon and clove. Great yeast aroma with a bit of phenols. Delicate strawberry notes too. Faint noble hop aroma in the background.

Lightly toasted with a bit of a grain flavor, some biscuit flavor too (Vienna maybe). A marriage of soft spices and yeast in the finish. Good, but a bit light on the flavor. Pear and a little crabapple in the finish. Initial sweetness upfront with a good dryness in the finish and just enough bitterness from the yeast phenols and hops to create some balance. More dry apple and pear flavor as the beer develops.

Medium-high carbonation and creamy on the palate. Some residual sugars on the lips.

Served In: Bottle

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