Red Collar Releases No Fun Frank’s Triple Tripel

Red Collar Brewing in Kamloops BC has released their new No Fun Frank's Triple Tripel. This ale blends the styles of a Belgian-style tripel with a Northwest IPA. It was brewed with  Red Collar’s proprietary Belgian yeast strain and three different types of hops to create what they describe as a hazy, hoppy, and delicious brew with…Read more Red Collar Releases No Fun Frank’s Triple Tripel

Four Winds Releases 2018 Vintage of Triplicity Belgian-Style Tripel

Four Winds Brewing in Delta, BC has announced the release of the 2018 vintage of their Triplicity Belgian-style Tripel. This ale is brewed utilizing three malts, three hops, and three sugar sources! It is also fermented with wild desert honey honey to give it complex aromas of honey and spice followed by flourishes of fruit and a perceived dry…Read more Four Winds Releases 2018 Vintage of Triplicity Belgian-Style Tripel

Stanley Park Brewing Releases Cranberry Triple

Stanley Park Brewing in Vancouver BC has released a new beer in their "Sapling" series called Cranberry Triple. Inspired by classic Trappist Aales, this Belgian-style Tripel was brewed and aged with heaps of fresh, local cranberries from the Fowl Farmer in Richmond BC. The tartness is balanced by the characteristic Belgian yeast flavours of spice and fruit in this full-bodied…Read more Stanley Park Brewing Releases Cranberry Triple

Category 12 Releases 2017 Version of Transmutation Belgian Specialty Ale

Category  12 Brewing in Victoria BC has announced the return of their seasonal limited-release Transmutation Belgian Specialty Ale. This delicious medium-bodied beer is inspired by the Belgian tripel and is made with in-house hand-crafted candi sugar. It also has a noble and North-West hop influence, which sets it apart from the standard tripel and really makes…Read more Category 12 Releases 2017 Version of Transmutation Belgian Specialty Ale

Beer Review: Triplicity 2017 from Four Winds Brewing

You can never go wrong with Four Winds Brewing, especially their Eurus series of limited-edition bottle-conditioned ales. These beers are always guaranteed to be incredibly delicious. Triplicity is their winter seasonal, which is a unique take on a Belgian tripel, with a punny recipe that plays with one of the myths about how the tripel gained…Read more Beer Review: Triplicity 2017 from Four Winds Brewing