The Bruery Provisions Series: Cuádruple
From The Bruery – If the monks of Belgium had access to the agave plants of Central America, this is the beer they would have brewed. We used heaping amounts of dark agave nectar in place of the typical sugars in our version of the classic Belgian Quadruple.
The Bruery – The Bruery Provisions Series: Cuádruple – 750 ml. bottle poured into a goblet. 10% abv. Purchased at The Bruery Provisions Orange, CA.
Appearance: Pours a deep dark mahogany. As for the head, there is a tight white film that fades to absolutely nothing. You can revive the bubbles with a swish of the glass, but it doesn’t stay for more than a few seconds.
Aroma: Rum soaked fruitcake, distant bubble gum and banana, cola, Redman chewing tobacco and cough syrup.
Taste: Burnt malt, black cherry, clove, cola, spicy hops. Starts sweet and vinous and finishes spicy and bitter.
Mouthfeel: Syrupy with modest carbonation.
Overall: Pretty good. Spicy, fruity and sweet. I’m holding on to a bottle to see where it goes.