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

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RATINGS: 907   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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4.1
   AROMA 7/10   APPEARANCE 3/5   TASTE 9/10   PALATE 4/5   OVERALL 18/20
Hopfemandli (108) - Zug, - FEB 1, 2013
Bottle from Erzbierschof. -- Dark brown with little fast disappearing foam. Discreet but subtle estery aroma. Flavour is winey, acidity is dominating but sweet and fruity hints make this brew really elegant despite of the perceivable alcohol. I like it.


3.1
Jashiu (1324) - Gdañsk, POLAND - JUL 19, 2017
Bottle from a bottle swap, thanks Monster Magnet!

Malty caramel. Sweet and full with lots of bread and caramel notes.

3.7
TrefwoordPunk (1206) - Leiden, NETHERLANDS - JUL 11, 2017
Bottle 33 cl. Pours a reddish brown with a small to medium white head and an aroma of sweet malts, ripe fruits, toffee, roasted malts, basil, rosemary and maple syrup. The taste is heavy sweet with some roasty notes in the finish. Really nice.

3.4
mauritsio (930) - FINLAND - JUN 21, 2017
Bottle from carrefour brugge. Dark hazy brown with not much head. Nutty and some fruits with strong alcohol bite, yeasty

3.7
MarcoBasile (427) - DENMARK - JUN 9, 2017
This is a beer from Stift Engelszell in Austria, and it’s their Gregorius. It’s a Belgian strong dark ale at a whopping 9.7% ABV. It pours out a deep hazelnutty brown color with a beige head on it. It looks like a classic Belgian style ale! The aroma is very sweet. Loads of malt with some dark fruit notes; raisins, plums, figs. There’s a slight chocolate note too. It smells nice! The taste is exploding in your mouth. As soon as you taste it the beer covers the entire pallet. The sweetness quickly turns into a bitter and yeasty taste. It’s definitely a full bodied beer. There’s only a slight alcoholic note in the aftertaste – however you do feel the warmth in the throat. It is a 9.7% beer afterall. This is a decent brew! Not the best trappist beer of them all from one of the newest members of the trappist club.

3.8
Jimbo2 (475) - DENMARK - JUN 5, 2017
Dark brown. Low carbonation. Lots of esters and some light bitterness. Slightly aged, but beaufifully. Dried fruts, maybe rasberry. Good!

1.8
Oddskulle (33) - - MAY 31, 2017
Grumset rød, der det der som gør vi ikke kan med det. Den der særlig spontant gæret ting, som gør den sur på sin egen måde. Kristian er ikke fan !

4.1
Gangstergafje (1142) - Capelle aan den IJssel, NETHERLANDS - MAY 24, 2017
24-05-2017; fles; at home (bought somewhere in Malmedy, Belgium). The looks of the beer are quite nice. The color of the beer is a lovely dark brown. Strong light shows a ruby red/amber glow. The beer is very very cloudy, and sure seems bottle fermented and unfiltered. On top of the beer there is a lovely layer of soft almond coloured foam. The majority of the foam collapses quickly, leaving a thin but nice and soft drape. The smell of the beer is nice. It smells like a proper dark Trappist beer should smell like. It is quite a warming and sweet smell. I smell sweet malts, caramel, candy sugar, a touch of liquorice and nice bitter hops giving some herbal touches and a nice spicy and also sweet yeast aroma. It is nice. Everything that should be there is there. Lovely. The taste is the same. Quite sweet, warming and heavy, but still balanced. The sweet tones of malts, candy sugar and caramel are balanced by the bitter hops and the yeasty touches. Nice. There also is a nice taste of some alcohol. Exactly like I expected from this beer. Nice. The palate of the beer is good. The beer is smooth, full bodied and with a nice medium carbonation. There is quite some alcohol warmth and a nice full sensation. I like this one.

3.8
Syfher (418) - Brussels, BELGIUM - MAY 12, 2017
Bottle of 33cl, in a Trappist glass; from the fridge. Nice brown Trappist ale, with a sweet (but not too much sweet) taste. The aroma and taste is roasted malt and yeast. Drink it if you are looking for a strong Trappist brown, with sweet honey notes.

3.6
Salwal (486) - GERMANY - MAY 2, 2017
Bottle poured into trappist Glass. Pours dark brown with thick beige head. Nose of nuts and liquorice. Taste liquorice, biting sour Finish...

4
m7hildeb (190) - - APR 19, 2017
UPDATED: APR 19, 2017 Bottle. Hazy dark brown colour with some flakes and a medium tan head, nose is yeasty, roasty, earthy, fruity and boozy with notes of plums in rum, apples, vermouth and pudding, taste is sweet, roasty and boozy with a medium dry finish. Excellent.


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