rami_pl (3303) - Warszawa, POLAND - MAY 25, 2017
Rami Rami is drinking a 1818 by Brouwerij Maallust at Konstruktorska Business Center
Karmel, ciemne owoce, chleb, miod, kawa, lukrecja, sporo lukrecji, slodki, mile cialo. Gorzkie i duzo wytrawniejsze posmaki. Ciut pali usto
Rami Rami: Ta lukrecja to taka troche a la galka muszkatulowa jeszcze ;) no dosc duzo przypraw generalnie. Takie z minusem ta ocena Franksv6 (912) - Tiel, NETHERLANDS - MAY 16, 2017
Black colored beer with a small beige cup, low carbonation.
Taste is very sweet, black berries, caramel, dark fruits, raisins and a little bitterness.
Nice, but very sweet, the blackberry flavor may be less. schavuitje (248) - APELDOORN, NETHERLANDS - MAR 22, 2017
bezoekje brouwerij met proeverij; deze quadruppel was bij de lunch; wel moutig , zoetig, zacht bitter en zuur maar de body was niet echt vol de smaak van peer proef ik ,wel aardig ArtificialCyst (1140) - Szczecin, POLAND - FEB 20, 2017
Bottle thanks to MonsterMagnet. Aroma: Dried fruit, quince, loght alcohol, molasses. Appearance: Dark brown body, mediocre head. Taste: Fruity, honey, toasted bread, light phenols. Palate: Medium body, sweet finish, medium carbonation. basjansen14 (366) - NETHERLANDS - FEB 14, 2017
Donker bruin bier met een dunne witte schuimkraag.
Aroma: chocolade, gedroogde vijgen en wat alcohol.
Smaak: zoete kandijsuiker, donker fruit, chocolade, peer en wat graan. Klein bittertje en wat alcohol in de afdronk.
Wel te zoet naar mijn smaak.
Alengrin (5249) - BELGIUM - DEC 28, 2016
UPDATED: MAR 20, 2017 Quad from this brewery in Drenthe, bought at a Mitra shop in Lelystad. Medium thick, moussy, pale greyish beige head leaving dots of lacing and some thin veils in the middle, over a translucent dark bronze to mahogany brown beer with ochre edges. Rich bouquet of cocoa, toffee, candied figs, yellow Sultana raisins, overripe pear, ripe blue Président plum, medlar even, caramel syrup, dried banana, blueberries, brown rum, beef stock, bayleaf, old dried thyme, wet brown leather, stewed horse meat ’carbonades’, blackcurrant juice, slowly stewed cranberries, coffee with a lot of cream, vanilla pudding, Eiswein, brown bread crumbs, very old sherry hint (vintage bottle of 1+ year old - onsetting oxidation, in other words). Candied sweet onset, hinting at marmelade, blueberry jam and candied figs with a deeply situated blueberry sourishness, soft spicy notes and beef stock-like umami as well, in a medium yet subtly tingling carbonated environment, just about right for this style; rich caramelly malt sweetness ensues, very (milk) chocolatey in the middle, acquiring a bitterish toasted edge quite rapidly but firmly maintaining this deeply situated chocolatey and very toffeeish sweetness. Very malty beer by all standards, finishing a bit more dry due to herbal, somewhat spicy hop pungency and a warming, very lightly astringent, rum-like alcohol glow. The alcohol and the bittersweet - yet more sweet than bitter - flavors linger for quite a while; at the same time, some retronasal, bit rusty but still very elegant, old sherry-like oxidation remains as well. I haven’t had any previous experiences with this brewing company so I cannot compare with the quality standard of their other beers but this to me is a very accomplished quadrupel: thick enough, complex, very pleasantly malt and sugar sweet, with a warming alcoholic finish but adding umami layers of flavor which make it quite an individual beer departing from the old sweet Belgian blue Chimay, Rochefort 10 or indeed ’Westy’ 12 standard - in fact almost turning it into a dark barleywine, if that concept makes any sense at all. The bottle fits this time of the year perfectly and the age (I estimate about 1.5 years) is perfect for this type of beers, already adding a sherry-ish maderisation which, in this case, only adds complexity to a basically relatively ’simple’ beer - for this style, that is. I thoroughly enjoyed this one at this age - if this is the quality standard this brewery achieves, I’m very curious about the rest of their range. Pleasant surprise. skortila (5798) - Baarn, NETHERLANDS - NOV 20, 2016
Bottled. The aroma has caramel, raisin, bit chocolate. Dark coloured beer with a thin, off-white head. The taste is sweet, has chocolate, raisin, hint of roasts. Full bodied, bit sticky mouthfeel. Quite nice, It is a quad with an imperial stout tendency. gyhallmanti (486) - Groningen, NETHERLANDS - OCT 12, 2016
33cl bottle at restaurant De Gaffel in Valthe. Pours a dark brown colour with a reddish glow with a decent off white head. Aroma of dark fruits, ripe fruits, spices, dark malts, chocolate, slight liquorice. Taste is medium sweet, soft bitter with a soft dry finish. Notes of caramel, ripe fruits, prunes, raisins, spices, malts, slight liquorice. Texture is sticky, full bodied with soft carbonation. stijnemans90 (196) - - SEP 27, 2016
Uitstekende quadruple. Sterk zoet, hinten van drop en chocolade, iets van zoethout. Warm van de alcohol, zonder alcoholisch te zijn. Echt lekker. rusos (748) - Stupava, SLOVAK REPUBLIC - AUG 31, 2016
Bottle, thanks to RW80. Dark brown colour. Small head. Aroma is sweet, malty, dark fruits, wine, wood. Taste is sweet, malty, winey taste, some dark fruits. Alcohol warming, but not in taste. Good one.