Cambridge Brewing Co. – Tripel Threat Review

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Brewery: Cambridge Brewing
Style: Tripel
ABV: 10%
Cost: $14 (24oz) – (Suggested retail – $6.95)
Glassware: Snifter, Tulip, Goblet
Temp: 55°F
Availability: Variable
Purchased@: The Foodery

Quick Take: Simple flavors and heavy yeast emphasis gives this a different body and complexion. This is a Tripel brimming with Belgian yeast that drinks like a boozy summer beer and avoids the traditional sweet, bubble gum or banana qualities. For me, I’d have this as a change of pace Tripel, but it’s not my first choice.


Brew Facts: Originally brewed in 1990, Tripel Threat was recognized by Michael Jackson (the beer guy) as the first commercially brewed Belgian Beer in the US. This beer went on to win a Gold Medal at the Great American Beer Festival in 1991. Now, Tripel Threat is contract brewed by Mercury Brewing Company.

Appearance: Pours gold with the slightest haze, like a…

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