Tripel Beers

Tripel Beers

A classic Belgian style, tripel beers are a strong, pale-coloured style of beer, top-fermented and boasting a sweet, malty flavour bursting with fruit. All the best and brightest breweries in the Low Countries have a Belgian tripel in their arsenals – such as Westmalle, Abbaye de Scourmont (Chimay), and Abbaye de Rochefort – and you can find them all in our range below. Contact our team if you need any assistance

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  1. Chimay White
    Size
    33cl
    ABV%
    8%
    Style
    Tripel
    Rating:
    90%
    £3.60
  2. La Guillotine Tripel
    Size
    33cl
    ABV%
    8.5%
    Style
    Tripel
    Rating:
    93%
    £3.25
  3. La Trappe Tripel
    Size
    33cl
    ABV%
    8%
    Style
    Tripel
    Rating:
    80%
    £3.25
  4. St. Feuillien Triple
    Size
    33cl
    ABV%
    8.5%
    Style
    Tripel
    Rating:
    0%
    £4.00
  5. Straffe Hendrik Tripel
    Size
    33cl
    ABV%
    9%
    Style
    Tripel
    Rating:
    100%
    £3.75
  6. St Bernardus Tripel
    Size
    33cl
    ABV%
    7.5%
    Style
    Tripel
    Rating:
    90%
    £3.05
  7. Monastic Trappist Beers Mixed Case
    Rating:
    100%
    £33.00
  8. De Ranke Guldenberg
    Size
    33cl
    ABV%
    8.5%
    Style
    Tripel
    Rating:
    80%
    £3.25
  9. St. Feuillien Triple 9L
    Size
    size
    ABV%
    8.5%
    Style
    Tripel
    Rating:
    0%
    £175.00
  10. Belgian Beer Mixed Case
    Rating:
    100%
    £32.95
  11. NEW
    Best of Beer Merchants Mixed Case
    Rating:
    100%
    £42.65
  12. Westmalle Tripel
    Size
    33cl
    ABV%
    9.5%
    Style
    Tripel
    Rating:
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    £3.50
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Belgian tripels are strong golden ales. They’re laden with hoppy, yeasty notes that rise over their sweet, bready and malty bases. Due to the yeasts used, it’s common to find fruity notes like banana, spices like clove, and herbiness like coriander, all coming to a smooth, clean finish. Legend has it the Belgian tripel style was invented by monks at Trappist brewery Westmalle, though beer aficionados are still split on when and where tripels were exactly born, or even the meaning of the name (though it’s likely the ABV has something to do with it!). Many of the Belgian tripel beers are brewed by Abbey or Trappist breweries, but many newer breweries produce fantastic examples of the style too. Take a look through the range above, contact us if you need anything and view our guides to learn more about beer.