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99
98
style
Brewed by De Struise Brouwers
Style: Abt/Quadrupel
Oostvleteren, Belgium

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RATINGS: 1058   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.93/5   EST. CALORIES: 300   ABV: 10%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Pannepøt (read Pannepeut) is a beer specially brewed and named as a wink to the Danish market presented at the Danish beer festival ’Københavnske Øldage 2006’ exclusively at Ølbutikkens stand. It is produced to express the brewers gratitude to all the Danish beer amateurs that drink their products daily. Pannepøt has later been available on draught and bottles at bars and shops in Belgium & Denmark. Since winter 2006, this beer’s popularity kept growing in Belgium at such a level that the production today equals Pannepot.

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voota (765) - Melbourne, AUSTRALIA - JAN 22, 2008
Tasted directly after a regular Pannepot, it was hard not to draw comparisons between the two beers instead of describing this beer for what it is. Just that the regular Pannepot is so amazing probably pulled this score back a little too. Clear amber brown with a nice lacy tan head. The aroma came across as quite mild in body, but higher in spices.. with lots of vanilla, honey, citrus and caramel. Body is a touch drier and lighter than Pannepot, I think this brings the spices through a little more, and perhaps reveals a touch of astringency in the finish. I loved this beer, but not as much as pannepot.

4
edden (925) - cow- lumbus, Ohio, USA - JAN 20, 2008
1/18/08: Bottle.
Mahogany colored body. Nose of raisin, brown sugar and alcohol. Sweet and sour flavor – fruit, sour apple, white grape, sugary malt and alcohol. Long, tart finish. #800

4.3
KingpinIPA (841) - Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA - JAN 19, 2008
Thanks to miketd. Dark reddish brown color. Smell of malt, brown sugar, pepper, clove, caramel, hops, dark fruit, bread dough, alcohol and cola soda. Taste of malt, brown sugar, pepper, clove, caramel, hops, dark fruit, bread dough, alcohol and cola soda. Excellent brew!

4
Bockyhorsey (2638) - Mesa, Arizona, USA - JAN 14, 2008
2006 bottle. Sweet tobacco fermented aroma. Mahagony red body with decent head. Sweet red fruits, chewy licorice, molases, cough syrup quite a mix of flavors that actuall all blend together decently. Dry sweetness lingers for aftertaste. Good night cap.

4.2
brewblackhole (1587) - Muskego, Wisconsin, USA - JAN 13, 2008
Spectacular Christmas fruit cake aroma,with twinges of alcohol to tweak your nose,taste is a sublime fuity malty creaminess,with just the most satisfying aftertaste you can imagine, at least given that there is not much hop involved. As about a tantalizing of a beer ith any hint of fruit that I’ve had the pleasure to try, Thanks Kingpin

3.5
TAR (2802) - Blue Ridge Mountains, North Carolina, USA - JAN 10, 2008
2006 bottling: Dark mahogany. Thin but creamy eggshell head persists nicely with each sip. Cola, licorice, coriander, rum-splashed raisins, and hints of caramelized fruitcake comprise the solid but uninteresting nose. Lots of fruity esters as well. Teasing scent of cinnamon and cocoa. Mild note of doughy yeast. Tight and soft carbonation. Well-rounded acidity is gently embraced by a woody bite of licorice, chewy cola- and rum-like sugars, and a surge of alcohol which provides immediate warmth. Understated dryish maltiness accentuates the earthy spices. Well-integrated flash of aniseed (ester or actual spice?) comes and goes as it’s soon engulfed by plump raisiny esters. Sufficient sweep of dryness pleasingly cleanses the palate, though the core is a bit hollow and primarily dominated by a flabby fruitiness which fails to get much assistance from the malt. A dab of caramelized malt is faintly perceptible, and does add some structure to the body, but a liberal dose of Pilsner malt would better balance and complement the sweetness. As a result, it comes off as being fairly shallow. That said, the spices and esters are very poignant and bright. Finishes juicily fruity and soft, with a dusting of caramelized and strawlike malt which lurk beneath notes of rum, raisins, and hints of Juicy Fruit gum. Some minor adjustments are all this needs in order to be superb.

3.7
HopheadHans (804) - Bay Area, California, USA - JAN 10, 2008
Bottle. Pours with a dark brown color and a nice fluffy head. Aromas of molasses and bread, not much Belgian yeast character. Flavors of drak fruit, mulling spices and a bit of dark bread. Finishes with a farily strong alcohol bite. Different but good, very interesting.

3.9
jerohen (2379) - Bussum, NETHERLANDS - JAN 4, 2008
UPDATED: JAN 5, 2008 Bottled, 2006. Very hazy maroon-coloured, brown lasting head. Malty nose, raisins, alcohol, liquorice and dark fruit. Sweet malty flavour, raisins again, some fruity notes as well. Alcohol remains relatively unnoticed (only in finish). Great mouthfeel, long-lasting finish. Definitely good, but imho less complex and much sweeter than the regular Pannepot. Could improve greatly with aging i think. I’m really curious what the oak aged reserva will taste like, too bad it’s so ridiculously expensive.

3.6
lb4lb (2628) - Austin, Texas, USA - JAN 2, 2008
Shared at tasting with Fly, Dewbrewer, Humulone_Red and others. Thanks guys!
Rich colored dark maroon pour with slight transluscence to it. Bright fruity lemony richness on the nose. Taste was sweet and smooth with dark brown sugary character. Slightly drying at times, and a touch cloying at times as well. Nice flavor of raisins and the alcohol was hidden exceptionally well. Very enjoyable.

3.8
ketchepillar (1208) - Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA - DEC 31, 2007
UPDATED: JUL 15, 2009 12/31/07 bottle bought several weeks prior. Dark amber, very little head. Rather vinous aroma, yet fairly soft. Raisiny. Sour. Taste: Very raisiny. Too sticky sweet. Alcohol is well hidden. 737315-3.5 7/15/09 bottle bought 20 months ago. Lots of raisin, white wine. It’s still a bit too sweet but I think it’s calmed down a little. Nice finish. 848315-3.8


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