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  • Triple Karmeliet 75cl

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    • 4 /5
    Vista Gold Beer has a color, yellow, has a thick creamy white foam
    Very sophisticated and complex nose
    Hints of vanilla mixed with citrus flavors
    Boca Fruity banana and vanilla
    Lime touch of vanilla and sweet soft malt and wheat notes
    One of the best Belgian beers
    Tripel Karmeliet offers not only...
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  • Karmeliet Tripel 75cl

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    • 4 /5
    Belgium Bosteels Brewery Lager with complex flavors and fruit & eacute es with notes of vanilla, orange and lemon.
    Country Belgium Type Bosteels Brewery Abbey tripel Color Blonde Volume 75 cl Degree & eacute to 8. The alcohol & nbsp & nbsp Karmeliet Triple is a beer blond dress dor é e, it has a...
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  • Karmeliet Triple 75cl

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    • 4 /5
    TASTING NOTES:
    - Appearance: 75cl Karmeliet is golden bronze, with thick and creamy froth
    - Bouquet: fine and dry, with a hint of orange
    - Body / Flavor: Tastes like hops, with hints of fruit and yeast Bosteels home
     
    FERMENTATION TYPE: high fermentation
    ABV: 8% Vol
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  • Tripel Karmeliet 75cl

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    • 4 /5
    The high composition of cereals (barley, wheat and oats) used in its preparation, is the source of a mixture of scents that we love, such as apple, banana, vanilla and orange. Its flavor is mild and dry but with just a touch of ripe and candied fruit. Carmelites of Dendermonde and elaborated...
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  • Karmeliet Triple 75cl

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    • 4 /5
    Style: Abbey. Taste: Predominantly malty notes. It is a full bodied beer. The fruit persists in flavor and finishes with a balanced bitterness. Color: dark yellow. Foam: Lots of creamy foam
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  • Karmeliet Triple 75cl

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    • 4 /5
    Generally known as its Karmeliet Version 33cl, find now Tripel Karmeliet 75cl size! This traditional Belgian beer has its origins in the seventeenth century and it was already brewed in the Carmelite monastery in Dendermonde. Since that time she named the three cereals used in its design: barley,...
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