Pours cloudy with a huge white, meringue foam. For how big the foam is, the retention is quickly fleeting with no lacing to speak of.
Aroma is wheat, Belgian yeast, white grapes, lemon, and some slight earthy funk. No sign of the alcohol at all.
Taste is wheat forward with very little to no wheat. The earthy funk comes out as does lemon, and spice from the Belgian yeast.
Light in the mouth with a huge carbonation that adds body to the beer.
I really like this beer but I don't think that it fits the Tripel category; it is more of a Farmhouse ale to me. Based on that and either, it is a good beer that just doesn't fit the description. Enjoy!