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Trinity Tripel pays homage to Trinity Episcopal "Old Swedes" Church which was founded by Swedish Lutheran settlers who originally worshiped in a log cabin on the site in 1703. The current church building dates to 1784. Founded over 300 years ago by Swedes, for you!

Trinity Tripel is a strong ale with a complex flavor profile and high alcohol content, 9.2% ABV. It is characterized by its bright orange-golden color and its thick, frothy head.

The aroma is spicy, fruity, and floral, with notes of coriander, cloves, and orange peel. The flavor is similar to the aroma, with a slight sweetness from the malt. The yeast used in the brewing process is a Belgian strain that gives the beer its characteristic spicy and fruity notes.

Best enjoyed in moderation due to its high alcohol content. 

Food Pairings

Our Belgium Tripel pairs well with a variety of foods, including rich meats, spicy dishes, and strong cheeses including:

Grilled meats: Charred flavors of grilled meats like steak or lamb

Spicy dishes that include curry

Seafood: fish and chips or seafood pasta

Strong cheeses such as Blue cheese or aged cheddar

Desserts: fruit tarts, crème brûlée, or cheesecake


Overall, Belgian Tripel Ales are a versatile beer that can complement a wide range of flavors and cuisines.


Glassware & Serving Temperature

Tulip—This type of glassware is best for strong-flavored, malty craft beers


Best served at 40-45°F

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