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Brewed By: Unibroue

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Average Rating:
7.45818

Number of Ratings: 2499

Style: Belgian Strong Dark Ale

Brewed In: 80, Des Carrieres, Chambly, Quebec, Canada

ABV: 9%

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Trois Pistoles

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Tasting Notes

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travis_arnold11 profile picturetravis_arnold11 - December 17, 2011
Full flavor with a bit of an alcohol bite. Flavored like a beer with an even higher alcohol content.
cassidy profile picturecassidy - November 27, 2011
2009 keg tapped for us at Thanksgiving. Delicious & evil, not necessarily in that order.
Kadath profile pictureKadath - November 26, 2011
My 4 star rating is not for the bottled Trois Pistoles, but for draft tapped from a 2008 keg. Had a caramel/chocolate bouquet & flavor undertone, but also a subtle smokiness. Malt taste more subtle than the bottled one, with no fruity aspect.
KingGarthur profile pictureKingGarthur - November 11, 2011
Tastes and smells like dark fruits and Belgian yeast typical of a strong dark ale. Doesn't taste overly boozy. Flavors aren't as strong, vibrant or fruity as the Unibroue 17 but still a tasty beer.
Beercules profile pictureBeercules - October 4, 2011
Fruit cake smell and taste
tetu profile picturetetu - September 29, 2011
At first hated. Too much carbonation and overpowering at 45 degrees. Drank 1/4 of it then had to leave it to do chores. Came back to a beer nearly room temp and almost flat and enjoyed it much more. Bottle from Calandro's in Baton Rouge.
rayd74 profile picturerayd74 - September 17, 2011
A staple.
HunterDuke profile pictureHunterDuke - August 31, 2011
Creamy head with a dark chocolate color, like most BSD's. Aroma of oak and cocoa with a sweet and spicy tinge like brandy. Very smooth and rich mouthfeel, almost sticky sweet. Strong malt and chocolate to match the nose, with a dry savoriness reminiscent of stone fruit. Complex and amazing ale, best subtly chilled
Cramps profile pictureCramps - July 3, 2011
Beautiful, Malty, Dark. One of Canada's best.
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