Wolf Brewing Co. Nails the Belgian Tripel

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This 9.6 % ABV Belgian Tripel could pass for a 6%.  Well balanced notes of biscuit and a slight banana are complimented by the warm and spicy malt character.  It’s a smokey straw colour and left an intricate lacing as I drank.  By the end of it I had a couple of rosy cheeks but I assure you, the level of alcohol in this baby is well hidden. I am not sure if it will stay this way as it ages or if the boozy character will be more apparent later but I have a feeling there will not be any left to taste soon anyway.  As a seasonal for Wolf Brewing Co. it will not be available for long but they did bottle some for those of you outside of Nanaimo.  Ask for it at finer liquor stores all over Vancouver Island.



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