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Brewed By: Brouwerij Straffe Hendrik / De Halve Maan

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Number of Ratings: 190

Style: Tripel

Brewed In: Belgium

ABV: 9%

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Straffe Hendrik Brugs Tripel

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kevinpilon1@gmail.com profile picturekevinpilon1@gmail.com - June 8, 2018
Delicious. Just delicious. So well made
shelbysurfas@gmail.com profile pictureshelbysurfas@gmail.com - March 26, 2017
I want to try this!!! Where can I find it??
sudz profile picturesudz - March 11, 2017
Best aged. This beer is about as true to style as you can get. Not surprising...it's from Bruges
speedtrippn31 profile picturespeedtrippn31 - August 19, 2016
Complex and slightly floral, rich tasting beer. From the bottle: Traditional top-fermentation beer that deferments in the bottle. Brewed by the unique family brewery De Halve Moon, which has been located in the heart of Bruges since 1856. Straffe Hendricks is an authentic Brugean Tripel beer, still brewed according to the original recipe. To serve cold.
eddieb3 profile pictureeddieb3 - June 1, 2016
Sweet, Malty backbone
cdohoney@gmail.com profile picturecdohoney@gmail.com - September 5, 2015
Ok triple, not exceptional
HomerHomer's Beer Odyssey - December 1, 2014
APPEARANCE - Cloudy light amber with a 2-finger head that dissipates. AROMA/SCENT - Sweet, herbaceous. TASTE - Sweet, herbaceous. A bit boozy. MOUTHFEEL/PALATE/TEXTURE - Good carbonation. A bit gooey. VALUE - Not too bad. OVERALL/DRINKABILITY - Not my favorite. A sipping beer only.
mikehanakai profile picturemikehanakai - July 20, 2014
Caramel rich yet drinkable at the right acquisition pace. It's high gravity is unnoticed unlike others. This is an interesting and intriguing taste.
tunhuk profile picturetunhuk - March 15, 2014
A good triple beer. Lots of sediment in the bottom.
codehead profile picturecodehead - November 20, 2013
A wonderful Flanders tripel from Brugge. High carbonation, nice fruity nose with a hint of clove and banana. Nice bitter hop aftertaste. The 9 percent alcohol content is well masked. 11/11/2014 - Belgo in Covant Garden - this is a bit of a unique tripel; not nearly the upfront clove/banana as a St. Bernardus; hoppy finish, with hints of metal.
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