It’s day 2 of my vacation in Jamaica. Today’s hardest decision was likely “Swim up bar in the morning or afternoon?”. I’m sure I’m having a fantastic time. I’m also sure that you’ll enjoy the below review, which comes to us courtesy of Ryan.
Neshaminy Creek is a semi-new brewing company located in Croydon, PA, just north of Philadelphia. In their unassuming industrial space, they brew up some tasty beers. Their core lineup includes Trauger Pilsner, County Line IPA, Croydon Cream Ale and Tribute Tripel. While my wife and I were paying our first visit to the brewery a few months back, we picked up this 22-ounce bottle of Tribute Tripel. I honestly had completely forgotten that it was in my beer stash, so I was happy when it turned up when I was looking for a beer to drink for this review! Let’s dig in.
Neshaminy Creek’s Tribute Tripel pours a hazy orange with a small off-white head. Aromas of citrus fruits and coriander fill my nose. The taste is great, a pleasant array of fruit, pepper, bread and a touch of warming from the alcohol. Quite sweet in the finish. This tripel is full bodied, but very easy to drink, so you need to be careful with the 9.3% ABV.
Tribute Tripel is a winner. It is quite a good representative of the tripel style. If you’re into Belgian beers, give this one a try and let me know what you think!