Brew Review: Triangle Brewing Belgian Style White Ale
I’ve visited Durham a few times in the last 2 months and have had the opportunity to try a number of delicious beers that JStreet can’t always get our collective clammy, stump-fingered hands on. The craft brewing scene in and around Durham is impressive and there will be a full report on it later. Anyway, I picked up the Belgian Style White Ale to bring home to try. I think I brought it home a bit early. This is a perfect summer porch beer. The White Ale pours cloudy and straw yellow. It is light, but creamy with a touch of citrus at the end. For a beer on the lighter side it has impressive depth of flavor. Also, CANS!
If I was fancy (*removes monocle*), I would take two sixers of this canned nectar on an all day float trip or for early morning noodling. But since I am not fancy (*replaces monocle*), I enjoyed these with beluga caviar and watercress toast points. Overall, I think this is an excellent beer. I would make it my everyday drinker if I could get it everyday.
Overall: DRINK IT