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Brewed By: Brouwerij De Landtsheer NV (Brouwerij Malheur)

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Number of Ratings: 120

Style: Quadrupel (Quad)

Brewed In: Mandekenstraat 179, Buggenhout, 9255, Belgium

ABV: 12%

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Malheur 12°

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Tasting Notes

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chuckahern profile picturechuckahern - July 31, 2014
Choclately. Strong as a 12 but really good for that strong of a beer.
Sir profile pictureSir - March 9, 2014
Fuck I'm gonna be drunk. Nice
roc_rktec profile pictureroc_rktec - May 12, 2013
06.20.13 - Notes of honey, raspberry, and blackberry. Extremely smooth deep caramels and berries with surprising tart finish, with no burn.
tenthandjordan profile picturetenthandjordan - March 25, 2013
At industry in nola. Delicious. Smooth no hops. Chocolatey. In bottle.
clint profile pictureclint - March 6, 2013
Monks 2013
tangentdivison profile picturetangentdivison - January 28, 2013
Like a slightly more boozy chimay. I really like it. Very smooth but With warm bite considering the 12%. Warm dry fruity notes, sweet side as well, very complex. Worth another try for sure.
ishkybob profile pictureishkybob - January 6, 2013
Sweet, raisin nose. Chocolate pour. Rich, malty sweetness full of sticky fruits and a hint of caramel. profile - November 9, 2012
A good quad. All the expected favors except that alcohol is extremely hidden. Not as complex as the rochefort. Also metallic flavor somewhat spoils it profile - July 12, 2012
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bugs318 profile picturebugs318 - June 18, 2012
The nose is dominated by sweet plums, caramel, and bready yeast. It is dark brown with a fantastic creamy, tan head with superb retention and smooth lacing. It is quite sweet in flavour as well with faint hints of chocolate alongside the ever-present dark fruits, but this sweetness is pleasant to me as it hides the ABV that could otherwise take over. It brings a fairly full body with a medium carbonation, but perhaps not quite enough of a drying finish (if somewhat present) to balance for the sweetness, but it presents those notes so well, that this 'flaw' is, at most, negligible! Grade: A
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