Tripel

Tripel is a term used in the Low Countries to describe a strong ale. The term was notably used in 1956 by the Trappist brewery at Westmalle to rename the strongest beer in their range. Westmalle Tripel was widely copied by the breweries of Belgium, and in 1987 another Trappist brewery, Koningshoeven in the Netherlands, also expanded their range wi...
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Tripel

• (n.) Same as Tripoli.
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tripel

a strong Belgian ale that is pale in color and high in alcohol (upwards of 7% by volume).
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tripel

Abbey style definition. Pale, strong ale (around 9% abv). Can mean three fermentations
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Tripel

Abbey style definition. Pale, strong ale (around 9% abv). Can mean three fermentations
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Tripel

Style of Trappist/abbey beer made using pale malts and higher hopping rates resulting in a beer paler, stronger and drier than the Dubbels. Prime Trappist examples include Orval, Westmalle Triple and Chimay Cinq Cents, while non-Trappist versions include Petrus Triple and the domestic Stoudt's Abbey Triple.
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