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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

Please sign in to post comments about this beer and see your Beer Buddies' comments. profile - November 23, 2011
These three guys have it all figured out.
peanut profile picturepeanut - November 15, 2011
Great tasting beer. Love the cherry aftertaste. Lots of great flavors
julie915 profile picturejulie915 - November 1, 2011
Way too strong for me. Knocked me on my butt!
Chadwick profile pictureChadwick - October 31, 2011
This is my very favorite beer. Not an everyday drink. Special occasions. I love the fruity undertone. Not typically my thing.
jcooknesbitt profile picturejcooknesbitt - October 16, 2011
Antonio Recommendations
pukiawe profile picturepukiawe - October 3, 2011
Full bodied with good flavor balance. Great beer
aquilafisher profile pictureaquilafisher - September 23, 2011
Very different.
HunterDuke profile pictureHunterDuke - September 1, 2011
Beautiful chocolate bronze with an Irish cream head. Aroma is cherry sweet with notes of hay and spice bread. Cherry is also prominent in the aftertaste. The rest is complex, with almond and chocolate playing on the tongue. Exceptional
txterror618 profile picturetxterror618 - August 10, 2011
Aroma: Medium intense aroma of fresh picked cherries. Just a subtle plum under flavor from the malt. Appearance: A deep and hazy chestnut brown with a light tan head. Taste: Bold and sweet. The aging process had removed the sourness from the Belgium style base. This allows the sweet tartness from the cherry juice to really shine. A slight alcohol bite on the after flavor gives it a nice liquor sensation. Overall: A great example of what aging can do. One year has removed most of the harsh and sour flavors leaving a great desert beer. The strong sweetness is perfect with a slice of deep chocolate cake or maybe a dense and dry cheese.
hoppyhoppyhoppy profile picturehoppyhoppyhoppy - August 5, 2011
Not big on the cherry undertone
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