On-tap, the Brick Store, Decatur, GA, USA. Small pour in the correct glassware (as ever). Has the appearance of a high quality Wit, but with a better head (rocky, dense and bone-white).
The second beer that I have had in the last couple of weeks that I would describe as a “light” tripel. The standard charactersitcs ARE there, but the tell-tale alcohol and Belgian candied and yeast characteristics are somewhat muted and depressed.
The upside of this is that the beer becomes drinkable and refreshing, but at the same time it is rather unsatisfying. This is compounded by the small pour which means that the glass is drained VERY quickly without the feeling of much satisfaction.
I dunno, OK but many, many better examples of the style are very easy to find.