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Brewed by Stift Engelszell Trappistenbier-Brauerei
Style: Abt/Quadrupel
Engelhartszell an der Donau, Austria

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RATINGS: 905   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.65/5   EST. CALORIES: 315   ABV: 10.5%
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The first bottles of beer which, since 1 June 2012 The first Variety called Gregorius and is a dark triple with in the first batch 9.7 vol% Alc. available in 0.33 liter bottles.

With honey

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3.4
Werckmeister (3331) - Vienna, AUSTRIA - FEB 27, 2015
bottle at home. dark brown, hazy color, light tan colored head. smells yeasty, fruits, dried fruits. full body, fruity taste, alcoholic, yeasty, spicy, light sour, light dry finish. remembered this to be better. probably will give it another try.

3.9
corkyrory66 (2211) - BELGIUM - FEB 25, 2015
Trappiste quadruple autrichienne de 9,7 % abv, avec miel dans la composition, comme pour la Benno. Couleur brun foncé quasi opaque. Mousse beige en nappage fin typique d’une quad trappe. Arômes de fruits confits, cognac, candi brun, prunes mûres, bois de fût madérisé. 1ère bouche souple à la belle entame sur des fruits mûrs, bois, avec un côté liquoreux. Arrière-bouche dense, épicée, avec du miel d’acacia en toile de fond. 2ème avec un côté épicé liquoreux, et de l’écorce de chêne liège. Arrière-bouche miellée, avec un côté whisky tourbé original. 3ème avec un aspect beaucoup plus « pincé » de l’ensemble. Arrière-bouche en léger déséquilibre sur des épices un rien poivrées. La longueur est mieux, avec de beaux fruits mûrs assez riches. Les jambes sont parfaitement lisses. La levure est douce, mais pas d’une très grande veine. L’alcool connaît quelque difficultés sur la longueur pour tenir le cap. La finale est en-dessous de la longueur. CONCLUSION : une trappe avec des qualités certaines, cependant pas à la hauteur d’une quadruple trappiste. Mais il est vrai que la barre est placée très haut en Belgique !!!! Sorry ...

4.1
rami_pl (4465) - Warszawa, POLAND - FEB 22, 2015
UPDATED: JUN 3, 2017 Butelka, warka do 18.06.16. Sredniej wysokosci piana ecru, syczaca i blyskawicznie znikajaca. Piwo Brunatno-miedziano-brazowe, niemal nieprzezroczyste, plywajace niestety w duzych ilosciach drozdze. Intensywne aromaty ciemnych owocow (z naciskiem na sliwki i suszone sliwki), rodzynki, figi, banany, brzoskwinie, alkohol, karmel czy moze raczej melasa, slody, sa tez ewidentnie aromaty drozdzowe, faktycznie trapistowskie w charakterze, po ogrzaniu zwlaszcza troszke stajni i apteki w tle. Smak slodki (miodowo, owocowo, karmelowa slodycz), z bardzo lekka goryczka, i z kwaskowatoscia owocowa. I ciekawostka - jakis posmak cocacoli gdzies sie skojarzyl ;) Wysycenie dosc niskie jak na belga, ale i tak poszczypuje w jezyk. Sumarycznie - bardzo dobry quadrupel (a nie jakis tripel ciemny). Bardzo dobry, nie odbiegajacy klasa od konkurencji z beneluxu.

Ocena potraktowana skryptem do przeliczania ocen (uzgodnienie UT/RB).

Rami Rami is drinking a Gregorius (2012) by Stift Engelszell at Muzeum Azji i Pacyfiku Pierwsza warka :) Zwytrawnialo, stracilo cialo, megaprzyprawowe sie zrobilo... nie jest zle, ale wole swieze Rami Rami: Figi sie pojawily!!!

3.2
BaroneBirra (478) - Gorizia, ITALY - FEB 21, 2015
Reddish brown with flocculling yeasts, almost no head. Faint aroma of wood. Taste is quite dry and roasted, with notes of caramelized malts. Full body, smooth texture.

3.5
Frode (383) - Oslo, NORWAY - FEB 19, 2015
Bottle 33 cl.
Dark cloudy brown. Roasted malt and fruit. Bitter and toffee.

3.6
Eructoblaster (4392) - Gatineau, Quebec, CANADA - FEB 18, 2015
Bottle - 330ml. Cloudy brown body with a good beige/rusty foamy head. Good, well balanced malty/hoppy aroma with fruity, vineous, and oaky hints. Alcohol is subtle. Its well balanced malty/hoppy taste carries fruity, yeasty, abd oaky notes. Ends with a long, moderately warming, bittersweet finish. Good stuff.

3.5
mR_fr0g (13523) - Hertfordshire, ENGLAND - FEB 16, 2015
Bottle shared at Leightons pad. Thanks to Daniel for this one. Light hazed reddy / copper coloured pour with a thin off white HEAD. Aroma is nutty, apple, caramel, raisin dried fruits, orange peel and sweet fig. Flavour is composed of tangy orange peel, caramel, raisin, dried fruits, pretty smooth. Palate is semi sweet, moderate carbonation, tangy in the finish. Full and warming alcohol. Pretty smooth and drinkable.

3.4
The_Osprey (9163) - Richmond, Greater London, ENGLAND - FEB 16, 2015
Bottle shared at Leighton’s, 9.7% bottled Feb 2014. Rating #666 for this beer. Reddy brown, lightly sparkling, small ring of tan head. Aroma is strong malt, red berry, a little strawberry, oxidation. Body is medium, slightly foamy, tingly carbonation. Taste is sweet and malt-forward, toffee, salty finish with no real bitterness. OK.

3.5
Scopey (15753) - Croydon, Greater London, ENGLAND - FEB 15, 2015
Bottle thanks to Daniel. It pours hazy red-brown with a medium white head. The nose is soft, sweet, candy, toasty brown sugar, stewed fruits and raisin. The taste is toasty earth, mild spice, brown bread, burnt toast, orange sponge cake, candy, cherry and some alcohol. Medium+ body and moderate carbonation. Decent stuff.

3.5
Leighton (22329) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - FEB 11, 2015
Bottle shared in London - big thanks to Daniel. Pours mostly clear amber with a foamy beige head. Rich malty aroma with hints of ripening fruits, berries, slight cheese and toffee. Medium sweet flavor with notes of candied apple, toasted caramel, grapes, berries. Medium to full bodied with average carbonation. Lightly warming to finish with hefty fruitcake, light tang, more berries. Some earthy bitterness. Not bad overall.


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