Four Winds Brewing Co. – Triplicity Belgian Tripel

Four Winds Brewing - Tripelicity Belgian Tripel Review


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4.2 out of 5


  • Brewery: Four Winds Brewing Co.
  • Beer Style: Belgian Tripel
  • Pros:

    Strong but still light and enjoyable

  • Cons:

    Packs a serious punch

  • Conclusion:

    A delicious Belgian Triple with a solid punch of flavour

Four Winds Brewing - Triplicity  Belgian Tripel Review

Four Winds Brewing Co. – Triplicity Belgian Tripel Review

Four winds has released another beer in their Eurus series called the Triplicity and it is an unfiltered, bottle conditioned Belgian Tripel. Thie beer is corked with a champagne style top and pours from the large 750ml bottle a lightly clouded, golden colour topped with three fingers of head which leaves a light lacing on the glass’ sides.  Through this head comes a wheaty, big malt beer with yeasty notes and a honey sweetness. Despite being 9% ABV the aroma does not forecast an overly boozy beer. The flavour starts off with a big malted body along side a Belgian-wheat flavour and a mild honey-like sweetness. Light clove notes come into play but remain rather subdued. As the flavour approaches the finish a mild hop comes into play with fruit tones and ends rather dry. This beer hides its alcohol very well. At 9% it packs a punch but remains very drinkable and light. Four Winds has done it again creating a big, but broadly enjoyable bottle conditioned beer!

Alcohol – 9%
IBU – 33
Size – 750ml bottles
Price – $11.50 (Craft Beer Retailer) (Not on website)


Four Winds Brewing - Triplicity  Belgian Tripel Review
Four Winds Brewing - Triplicity  Belgian Tripel Review

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  1. Terry
    Terry 26 April, 2014, 21:14

    So I have like the last 4 of the beers you have reviewed in my fridge, they won’t be there for long starting with this one I think! One thing about Four Winds that is interesting is that many of their larger bottles are 750mL, not the standard 650mL bomber bottle (I guess because it is basically a wine bottle) so there is just a little more beer in there than some!

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    • mikescraftbeer
      mikescraftbeer 27 April, 2014, 09:33

      I think part of it is actually that these 750ml bottles are built to be bottle conditioned with thicker glass walls. Trying to bottle condition these really live beer could shatter a regular 650 bottle if you put a cork in them. Just my understanding.

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  2. mikescraftbeer
    mikescraftbeer 27 April, 2014, 09:34

    I have still not had this in the bottle. I have had it multiple times on tap though and as usual Four Winds does not disappoint.

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  3. Brewerbill
    Brewerbill 27 April, 2014, 09:48

    Beer can be bottle conditioned in any standard beer bottle or can for that matter. The champagne bottle wether brown or green has more glass in it and can withstand a higher pressure. The cork and cage don’t improve the beer it’s more decorative and somewhat traditional not to mention fun when you pop it!

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    • mikescraftbeer
      mikescraftbeer 27 April, 2014, 09:58

      Maybe I wrote that wrong on not clear enough. With some beer like this series they have a bigger than normal carbonation. Regular bottles may not hold out as well.

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      • terry
        terry 27 April, 2014, 14:45

        I think you are right on this one, this had a super high pressure carbonation and I think it is a champagne bottle which is thicker and shaped to take that kind of pressure.

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  4. terry
    terry 27 April, 2014, 14:42

    Had this last night, was blown away how good it was, bough some cellar bottles today for a couple years of aging, will post review tonight.

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  5. terry
    terry 27 April, 2014, 14:47

    Rated 9/10

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  6. Beer Me BC
    Beer Me BC 27 April, 2014, 15:24

    Great thoughts Terry and Mike. With the corked bottles and the 4-packs packaging has been key in 4 Winds marketing messaging. Presentation and flavour are always bang on!

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