93 St. Feuillien Tripel, Brasserie St. Feuillien (Belgium). 8.5% ABV (5/11)
Cloudy golden yellow color. Aromas and flavors of spearmint gum, lime gelatin and Alpine flower lozenge with a round, frothy medium body and anise seed, parsnip purée and pear custard finish. A fun, spicy brew.

92 Tripel Horse, River Horse Brewery (NJ). 10% ABV (4/09)
Deep hazy golden amber color with a high, fine foamy head. Interesting aromas of turkey bacon, brown sugar and nutmeg follow through on a round, velvety entry to a fruity-yet-dry medium-to-full body with spicy pepper jelly, custard and candied peach notes. Finishes in a long, chewy fade of peppery spice with seared fat and earth accents. Great saison-like food beer.

92 Tripel Dipsea Belgian Style Ale, Marin Brewing Co. (CA). 9.2% ABV (5/10)
Bright pale amber color. Aromas of waffle cone, dried nectarine and delicate spices follow through on a round, satiny entry to a fruity-yet-dry medium-full body with excellent balance and surprisingly subtle depth. Finishes with a long, citrus soufflé and earthy hops flourish. Brilliantly flavorful and drinkable.

91 Nectar des Dieux, Bastone Brewery (MI). 9.5% ABV (4/09) %{Brewpub}
Cloudy orange amber color. Circus peanut, dried pineapple and marzipan aromas follow through on round, supple entry to a fruity-yet-dry medium-to-full body with chewy banana taffy, kiwi, mossy stone and peppered mango flavors on the finish. A tasty tripel!

91 Tripel Karmeliet, Brouwerij Bosteels (Belgium). 8.4% ABV (5/11)
Slightly hazy golden yellow color. Bright aromas of dried lemon and lavender, toasted brioche and béchamel with a zesty, fruity full body and a peach sauce, coriander, radish spouts and banana-raisin-cake finish. Very tasty and crowd-pleasing.

91 Abbey Pale Ale, Brouwerij Corsendonk (Belgium). 7.5% ABV (5/11)
Misty golden color. Toasty meringue, salted butter and golden raisin scone aromas with a supple, dry-yet-fruity medium-to-full body and a tangy honey baked apple, citrus custard, praline and delicate peppery spice, and root vegetable finish. A deliciously drinkable abbey ale.

90 Ménage Á Frog, Issaquah Brewhouse (WA). 10.2% ABV (5/11)
Bit musty stinky and sticky. Molasses raisin and nuts with a yeasty sour dough, marmalade and sweet cabbage finish. Needs food. Funky.

90 Abbaye de St. Martin Tripel, Brasserie de Brunehaut (Belgium). 9% ABV (5/11)
Bright golden color. Bold aromas of grape sorbet, bubblegum and cinnamon spiced apple with a supple, foamy fruity medium-to-full body and a creamy clove custard pastry and carrot-accented finish.

90 St. Joseph’s Belgian Style Tripel, MOA Brewing Co. (New Zealand). 9.5% ABV (5/11)
Hazy old gold color with a superfine and high head. Rich tropical fruit custard pie and white toffee aromas with a supple, fruity medium-to-full body and a creamy melon gelato, honeyed kiwi and peppered cracker finish. A seamless and dangerously drinkable tripel.

89 La Trappe Tripel, Bierbrouwerij de Koningshoeven B.V. (Holland). 8% ABV (5/11)
Hazy amber color. Aromas of banana chips and taffy, white toffee and delicate brown spices with a supple, dry-yet-fruity medium-to-full body and a tangy green apple, mint, pink peppercorn, mineral and grilled kale finish.

89 Samuel Adams New World Tripel, The Boston Beer Co. (MA). 10% ABV (5/11)
Lightly hazy old gold color. Bright spicy aromas of pear and lychee tarts, pistachio brittle, coriander and anise cookie with a satiny, fruity-yet-dry medium-to-full body and a long, juicy apple and stone fruit finish with notes of peppercorns, honey and alfalfa. Very tasty and well balanced.

88 Abbey Triple, Sprecher Brewing Co. (WI). 8.4% ABV (5/10)
Deep golden amber color. Honeyed toasted biscuit and apricot marmalade aromas follow through on a round, supple entry with very good depth and balance. Finishes with chewy, lemon bread and peppery spice accents. A very fruity and crowd-pleasing version of tripel with great drinkability.

84 Three Ridges Tripel, Devils Backbone Brewing Co. (VA). 8.5% ABV (5/10)
Bright golden amber color. Aromas of Denver omelet, crystallized ginger and delicate spices follow through on a supple, chewy entry to a fruity sweet full body with pomegranate molasses, sour cherry butter and honeyed nut notes. Finishes with a long, warming, pink peppercorn and tart Meyer lemon zest fade. Interesting.

84 Phat Abbot Tripel, Arbor Brewing Co. (MI). 9% ABV (5/11)
Odd Lightly hazy pale copper color with froggy bubbles. Orange honey on buttered nut toast with a supple dry-yet-fruity medium-to-full body and a savory chewy, lightly salty, roasted beet finish.