Honey Tripel by Independent Fermentations in Massachusetts, United States

About Honey Tripel by Independent Fermentations

Honey Tripel is similar to a Belgian monastery style tripel but with Massachusetts made honey instead of the more commonly used sugar.  Sugar is used in this style to keep the body light and the finish dry.  Honey does the same thing but adds some great aromatics.  The hops stay in the background to let the honey and yeast-derived flavors come through.  The barley and wheat ml ts are almost entirely Massachusetts made and most of the hops are Massachusetts grown.  HoneyTripel is available in 22 oz bottles and on draft.  ABV is 8.8%. IBUs are about 20. Color is golden. BTW - you can pronounce it however you want, but tripel sounds the same as "triple" when we say it.  

Independent Fermentations Brewing (aka IndieFerm) specializes in making craft beers with locally grown ingredients. Many of our beers are inspired by the Belgian farmhouse brewing tradition but we also make other styles. We brew what we like to drink and that covers a lot of territory.

Independent Fermentations makes Honey Tripel Tripel