Leffe Triple

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Type: Tripel
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  • 4.6/5 
  • 08.40% 
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Abbey of Leffe Triple is a beer to be savoured, highly fermented and refermented in the bottle. The ingredients are malt, corn, water, hops and the yeast which give it its golden brown colour. The alcohol content is 7 % when bottled, and reaches 8.4 % after refermentation in the bottle. The taste of Leffe Triple is a rich bouquet with a fresh hint of lemon; medium to full in the mouth, fruity and full, with a deliciously aromatic after-taste.

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  • May 22, 2011
    calijulz (10)Rank: Beer Amateur
    4.9
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    Trying this for the 1st time, I wasn't too sure, I am a hef girl all the way. But I have to admit I really enjoy this beer. Its not so sweet, sweet taste really gave me that on the tongue feel i love.