Tripels are bright yellow in color with an alocohol percentage of 8 to 10 percent. They are dense and creamy on palate with estery/fruity and sweet finish because of the pale malts. Belgain cane sugar lightens the body of beer while adding complex alcoholic aromas and flavors. The name orginates from part of brewing process, in which up to three times the amount of malt is used than a standard Trappist.  Tripels normally have a fairly dry finish with hops really shining in its profile. 

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