High Gravity Homebrewing and Winemaking Supplies
SKU: K-TDD1-BTO
Batch Size: 5 Gallon
Fermentation Temperature: Ale
Manufacturer: High Gravity
Beer Category: Belgian Strong Ale
This beer ingredient kit is inspired by Westmalle's Tripel.

Tripel des Déesses (Tripel of the Goddesses) is a clear, golden yellow Trappist beer. It is a complex beer with a fruity aroma and a nice nuanced hop scent. It is soft and creamy in the mouth, with a bitter touch carried by the fruity aroma. An exceptional beer, with a great deal of finesse and elegance. And with a splendid long aftertaste.

Recipe kit instructions and ingredients.

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Price: $50.99
Tripel des Déesses
Tripel des Déesses
SKU: K-TDD1-BTO
Weight: 13 lbs
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This beer ingredient kit is inspired by Westmalle's Tripel.

Tripel des Déesses (Tripel of the Goddesses) is a clear, golden yellow Trappist beer. It is a complex beer with a fruity aroma and a nice nuanced hop scent. It is soft and creamy in the mouth, with a bitter touch carried by the fruity aroma. An exceptional beer, with a great deal of finesse and elegance. And with a splendid long aftertaste.

High Gravity's extract kits use only the highest quality ingredients and are assembled when you order so they contain the freshest possible ingredients.

Each kit makes 5 gallons.

Click here to view the instructions and ingredients.



Extract kits are recommended for beginning brewers.

Extract kits contain malt extract along with specialty grains and is by far the most common kit type. Extract kits rely on the malt extract to provide the fermentable sugars and the grains are primarily for color and flavor. This is the most common type of beer kit and is recommended for those who are just getting started or those that want to make a great tasting beer without a lot of effort.

BIAB Kits require additional brewing knowledge.

Brew-in-s-Bag eliminates the extract and completely rely on the grains to produce the fermentable sugars needed to make the beer.

BIAB uses one vessel to steep the mash and to boil the wort with the entire volume of liquid added at the start of the mash.

This method also requires that the entire volume be boiled so a 40qt+ pot is needed to boil the wort (pre-fermented beer). It is recommended that you have some experience brewing extract kits before attempting all-grain.

This method also requires that the entire volume be boiled so a 40qt+ pot is needed to boil the wort (pre-fermented beer). It is recommended that you have some experience brewing extract kits before attempting all-grain.

All-grain kits eliminate the extract and completely rely on the grains to produce the fermentable sugars needed to make the beer. Additional equipment is required, such as a mash tun and hot liquor tank. This method also requires that the entire volume be boiled so a 40qt pot is recommended to boil the wort (pre-fermented beer).

All-grain brewing is the most advanced method for brewing beer and is recommended for those that have had some experience brewing extract kits.


We recommend liquid yeast for our High Gravity kits but if you would prefer dry yeast, you can select it instead. Liquid yeasts provide a wider range of flavor profiles but are very susceptible to temperature variations. This can cause problems when shipping during very hot weather. Dry yeast, however, will not be damaged in transport because of weather conditions.
You may also want to choose your own yeast. If so, you can select the "No Yeast" Option.

Ice Pack:
When shipping liquid yeast, an ice pack is highly recommended, especially during hot weather to help ensure the viability of the liquid yeast. There is an additional cost of $1.00. High Gravity will not guarantee the viability of liquid yeast shipped without a cold pack.

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"Smooth"

on 9/17/2012 6:23:43 PM

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Review Comments: This is one smooth brew. I Carboy conditioned for 5 months and pitched safbrew T-58 to insure carbonation. Good, strong beer. Will do it again. Why carboy conditioned? In the bottle it would get gone too soon. :-)

"Great Kit"

on 7/3/2010 4:50:32 PM

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Review Comments: The all grain version of this kit is a favorite regular here. Usually kegged, but the bottles aged for 6 months were unbelievable. This is my favorite HG.

"Fantastic"

on 4/8/2010 5:44:48 PM

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Review Comments: Let's get this out of the way first: If you are one to cringe at or even think belgium beer's are just 'ok', then you should skip this. Now for the rest of us, this beer is fantastic. I have had several 'generous' friends who taste tested this and are begging me to rebrew this beer. Even in it's infancy: 10 days primary, 14 days secondary, and 3 weeks in the bottle. Each sample bottle opened keeps improving. You may balk at the $50 price tag, but considering most tripel's are $7+ a bottle, this ... More details