Pours a cloudy honey-colour with some carbonation. The head is small and fades away slowly.
First Sip: Malt, sweet stone fruits (apricot? peach?), honey, and masses of alcohol which almost but not quite drowns out the other flavours. After-taste is mildly hoppy with some lingering malt. Mouth-feel is a little creamy with carbonation tingles on the tongue. The high alcohol content makes this beer very warming.
This is most definitely not a beer to drink in the middle of summer when it is (checks thermometer) 35C outside. This is one for quaffing in a comfy armchair in front of the fire in Winter, while you
Mad Abbot Tripel
The Little Brewing Company
Same again, sir? Yes, but lets wait a few months.