Nellie (349) - Dallas, Texas, USA - JUN 30, 2013
I’m back. For Walt. Also because this is really monumental. ponx (46) - NETHERLANDS - JUL 26, 2015
Brown sugar, raisin, toasted caramelized marshmellows. Perfect amount of carbonation for this beer. Amazing. Glad to be back on ratebeer.
I drank this beer right after the notorious Westvleteren 12. I must say I loved the La Trappe more. NeoHippie2 (1074) - Louisville, Kentucky, USA - JUL 26, 2013
Looks: Cloudy, copper/brownish colored, flat beer. Aroma: Interesting combination of flavours. Delicious, but hard to discribe. It’s taste was wineous with first the Malbec grapes, fallowed by a hint of oak and the original quad taste. All very subtile, but all in the degree of compliment to each other. In short phrases: Wine, oak, caramel, plum, raisin, milky, vanilla.
Pours a dark brown with a khaki head. Aromas of dark fruit, brown sugar, yeast, oak, and touches of wine. Flavor is a perfect balance of all the aromas. The wine character is just wonderful but not overpowering. Rich and long lasting finish. Another great oak aged quad from la trappe. Every single one I’ve had has been delicious and every batch is so different. Delicious! vipinvelp (4555) - Velp, NETHERLANDS - APR 16, 2014
Bottle at Kulminator. Dark ruby color, clear with off white foam head. Corked bottle. Aroma is very, very nice, red wine like with sweet candy notes Little malty taste, again more like a warm little sweet wine. Oak notes. Complex taste this beer. (Antwerp 201404) BigBeer45 (1573) - Michigan, USA - OCT 28, 2012
Bottle, Batch 9,
NikkTwist (3370) - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA - APR 30, 2013
the cork was hard as heck to get out, I had to use a pair of pliers to remove it,
this ale had a hazy dark brown pour with red rust colors, the pour made a half finger of foamy, off-white and light tan colored head, it was too dark to see through except at the bottom of the glass when held up to a light, I could see a center flow of bubbles and some bubbles flowing up the sides of the glass, it left spots and fingers with some sheets of lacing on the sides of the glass, the bottom of the bottle had a ring of sediment a ¼” wide or a bit more,
the aroma was big raisin, prune and fig dark fruit, bread and toasted bread, esters, bread and brown sugar sweetness,
it had flavors of raisin and fig, bread, toasted bread, bread and brown sugar sweetness,
the finish had a little alcohol pepper with malt and dark fruit flavors trailing, and a wine bite/bitterness at the end (from the barrel aging),
I noticed the wine hints in this drink as it warmed to room temperature,
the mouth feel was more than medium and coated the tongue with flavor, a little creaminess, soft to average carbonation,
a dark Belgian ale with a big dark fruit nose and flavor, a very nice drink.
Bottle at Eulogy in April 2013. Fantastic! Poured dark copper with no head. Great wine barrel aged notes. Has not turned. Deep and complex dark red fruits. Raisins. Dates. Nice dark caramel sweeetness but feels balanced. Heady aroma. Full body. For an aged beer with such dark fruit notes it still retains a nice bite. Again fantastic! daknole (11402) - Scottsdale, Arizona, USA - JUL 17, 2012
Hazy dark caramel colored pour. Small light beige head. Aroma has some sticky malts, light vinous notes, medjool dates and toffee. Flavor is sweet, figs, alcohol, dates, fruitcake, red wine in the background. Really damn good