While at Ashley’s Westland, we are going to get into the second and probably the last beer from Dragonmead Brewery. It is their Final Absorption Trippel. If you read my beer blog review on their Crown Jewel IPA, you know the history of this Michigan craft brewery. If you have not, please, read it to get to know Dragonmead Brewery. Let us get into this beer.
It is a clear copper color with a semi white head. The aroma has banana and clove notes. The taste has a German Hefeweizen notes of banana and clove. The aftertaste is dry Hefeweizen. It is not drinkable beer.
Here is a description from their website (www.dragonmead.com):
Final Absolution Belgian Style Trippel
Dragonmead’s signature product! This is the ultimate Belgian style. The very high gravity of this beer is balanced by the smoothness of its finish. Banana and Clove aromas come from the Belgian yeast strain combining with the generous dose of Belgian Candi Sugar. The Saaz hops help to give this beer a balanced bitterness with no noticeable hop aroma. O.G. 1.085, ABV 8.5%
Here is their website and twitter addresses:
Ending, WOW! What the hell is this craft brewery thinking? This is a local brewery to me here in Michigan. This brewery is bad and I will not buying anymore of their beer. I do not think this craft brewery knows their beer styles. You made a filter Hefeweizen. This is not a trippel Belgian style. It is bad and it is not worth the money. I know most American craft breweries take twisted to classic beer styles. It is not just me talking bad about this brewery. A few of my close craft beer drinker friends. They been saying the same thing about it. I do not recommend this beer. Run away! Drink it! Enjoy it! Metal it! \m/
Bill DJ Weiser