Granville Brewing (located, of course, in Granville, Ohio) produces The Betrayer, a Tripel brewed with honey.
It pours a slightly cloudy amber with a finger-thick white head that disspates relatively slowly and leaves behind considerable lacing.
The aroma yeasty and slightly sweet.
The flavor starts mildly sour and bitter, drops into a very subtle Belgian spiciness, and finishes mildly hoppy. I had no problem finishing the 22-ounce bottle, but I can't say this was my favorite tripel by any means. I prefer mine sweeter, spicier, and a bit less hoppy. this is not to say The Betrayer is bad. It isn't. It just doesn't fit my profile of what a tripel should taste like. I'm sure there are others who would disagree.
IBU: unknown, maybe 27-28
My Rating: 6/10
(Found locally at Ale Wine and Spirits of Powell)