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Brewed By: Brewery & Blenderie Ommegang

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Number of Ratings: 5406

Style: Quadrupel (Quad)

Brewed In: 656 County Hwy 33, BOX 656, Cooperstown, NY 13326, USA

ABV: 9.7%

IBU: 19

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Tasting Notes

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dl3138 profile picturedl3138 - April 6, 2013
Drank it after two Delirium - did not finish... profile - March 31, 2013
Very nutty, malty finish
unibuddy profile pictureunibuddy - March 28, 2013
Yummy and expensive. A little heavy on the malt, but a good choice for a rich Belgian
jedi 1971 profile picturejedi 1971 - March 22, 2013
Tastes like banana nut bread with cherries
gsweatt profile picturegsweatt - March 22, 2013
This is a great sweet malty beer. Lots if alcohol so it is a sipping beer.
codehead profile picturecodehead - March 18, 2013
Excellent quadruple, with a slight tartness from the 2 percent kriek. Not as sweet as Gulden Draak, nor as complex as Rochefort 10. Starts off heavy on clove and other spice notes, followed by malt complexity. Finish is slightly tart from the kriek.
slinklater profile pictureslinklater - February 25, 2013
Wow, slow drinking and amazing cherry malty profile - February 25, 2013
Very nice flavor....smooth and unique
mmunro profile picturemmunro - February 20, 2013
Solid quadrupel. Mocha, cocoa hints with a citrus undertone.
Mapwhap profile pictureMapwhap - February 19, 2013
This one took some getting used to for me. I did not care for the taste initially, which reminded me a bit of cough syrup. However, as the brew began to warm up and breathe, I found the taste improved as the flavor of dark cherry relaxed a bit. This beer has a subtle, warming afterglow that one can attribute to the well hidden 9.8% abv.
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