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Brouwerij St. Bernardus (Beer)

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  • St. Bernardus Tripel

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    • 4 /5
    The St. Bernardus Tripel is a Belgian blond high fermentation beer to taste malty and creamy foam. Do not miss the opportunity to taste this authentic Trappist beer the best price at Discount Beer!
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  • St Bernardus Tripel

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    • 4 /5
    Belgium Brasserie St. Bernardus St. Bernardus The Triple is a Belgian abbey beer blond with great finesse.
    Origin: brasserie
     St. Bernardus - Belgium Appearance: blond dor & # 233 e l & # 233 g & # 232 trouble larly, foam cr & # 232 Meuse and abundant Nose: malt, hops, ar & # 244 my fruit & # 233...
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  • St Bernardus Tripel

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    • 4 /5
    TASTING NOTES:
    - Color: St.Bernardus Tripel has an amber color.
    - Smell: Aroma of pear, yeast, orange peel, spices and apple sauce.
    - Taste: Wonderful taste of pumpkin, spices and ripe red apple.

    ABV: 8% Vol.
    TYPE OF BEER: Stout
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  • St Bernardus Tripel

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    • 4 /5
    TASTING NOTES:
    - Appearance: St Bernardus Tripel is a top-fermented beer, the pale amber color and a nice thick foam.
    - Aroma: Aroma of sweet fruit, spices and honey smell appetizing.
    - Body / Flavor: With a sweet fruity floral with a bit of hop bitterness in the finish.

    TYPE OF BEER: Abbey...
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  • St. Bernardus Tripel

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    • 4 /5
    The Brouwerij St. Bernardus Watou-Poperinge, a small town in the region of West Flanders "Le Plat Pays", famous for the production of hops of high quality, has taken its name from the patron saint of Watou. The water used to produce is from 152 mt. depth, which according to legend, is rain...
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  • Saint Bernardus Tripel

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    • 4 /5
    St. Bernardus brewery offers us with this beer a reference among the famous Belgian triples. In the case of these beers, the triple term is used to describe a mixing method or uses lon three times Qua laccoutumé malt to obtain the same final volume. In terms of taste, the result can be...
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