Brewed by Brasserie Dupont
Style: Stout
Tourpes-Leuze, Belgium


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RATINGS: 654   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.3/5   EST. CALORIES: 156   ABV: 5.2%
This is a beer already brewed in the 1950’s by Dupont Brasseries. As Dupont has extra fermentation capacity now, Olivier has the luxury of crafting some new brews, or re-creating some old specialties.There were two test versions of Monk’s Stout, both at 5.2% abv. One was dry and roasty, and another is said to be a little more rounded. Monk’s Stout is available in 33cl bottles and 20 liter kegs in Belgium.

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fonefan (53766) - VestJylland, DENMARK - MAY 9, 2011

Bottle 330ml.

Clear dark brown color with a large, frothy to creamy, good lacing, fully lasting, beige head. Aroma is moderate to heavy malty, roasted, caramel, chocolate, light to moderate hoppy. Flavor is moderate to heavy sweet and moderate to light heavy bitter with a average to long duration, yeasty, dark roasted, chocolate malt. Body is medium, texture is oily, carbonation is soft. [20110410]

yespr (49905) - Copenhagen O, DENMARK - MAR 3, 2011
33 cL bottle, courtesy of joergen. Pours dark brown to black with a small brown head. Aroma is mild acidic to citric and dark malty. Dark roasted malty flavoured. Mild acidic and breadish. Ends dry and bitter.

Ungstrup (39555) - Citizen of the universe, DENMARK - FEB 26, 2011
Draft. A dark red-brown beer with a dark brown head. The aroma is sweet with notes of fruits, malt, caramel, and a bit of roasted bread. The flavor is sweet with notes of roasted malt, caramel, and wood, leading to a dry finish. The body is light.

joergen (30230) - Frederiksberg, DENMARK - FEB 25, 2011
UPDATED: FEB 28, 2011 Draught at Ørsted Ølbar. Dark brown coloured with a small beige head. Fruity aroma of caramel, dark chocolate and liquorice with roasted notes and notes of spices. Fruity flavour of caramel, dark chocolate and liquorice with roasted notes and notes of spices. Roasted finish.

anders37 (28528) - Malmö, SWEDEN - AUG 18, 2011
Draft @ Copenhagen Beer Festival 2011. Pours a dark brown almost black color with a small tan head. Has a roasted malty coffee aroma with hints of chocolate. Roasted malty coffee and chocoalte flavor. Has a roasted malty coffee finish.

madmitch76 (27438) - , Essex, ENGLAND - JUN 29, 2014
19th June 2014
Opaque dark brown beer, small pale tan head. Palate is light and crispy. Tangy mild dark malts, whisper of roast. Finishes crisp and dry. Simple crisp light stout.

Travlr (27373) - Charlotte, North Carolina, USA - APR 30, 2011
Draft at Moeder Lambic Fontainas, courtesy of BigMomma - thanks! Dark chestnut color, large brown ice cream cone head. Beautiful aroma of chocolate powder and burnt espresso. Taste is less complex, coffee.

cgarvieuk (27124) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - APR 10, 2011
bottle at jans ... deep brown ... thin tan head ... soft toffee roast ... soft chocolate roast ... light sweet yeastyness... little ovaltine ... light fizzzy ... not bad but again belgians dont really get stouts like im used to.

oh6gdx (26488) - Vasa, FINLAND - MAY 19, 2011
Bottled (from beerplanet.be). Deep ambery brown colour (close to black), with a mediumsized beige head. Aroma is roasted malts, mild ryebread as well as some dark fruits and ashes. Flavour is coffee, roasted malts, some toffee, mild spices as well as some yeastyness. Mild nutty notes as well as it warms up.

omhper (26364) - Tyresö, SWEDEN - APR 16, 2011
Draught at Akkurat, Stockholm. Black, rich head. Bubblegum and roasty coffee in the nose. Mid sweet, medium bodied, clean mouthfeel. Really roasty, some almondy yeast. Low bitterness.

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