IPAMeister7 (89) - - AUG 6, 2017
We had this at beer school on August 6 of 2017 it was a very nice quad I always love Belgian quad's
---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone Drake (14495) - Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA - JUN 19, 2017
Keg at Lucille Madison. Dark brown, large frothy offwhite head, good retention. Aroma of berries, cherries, toffee, spice. Taste is jammy berries, toffee, chocolate. Full bodied, juicy, boozy, well balanced. Very nice. Cybercat (6584) - Georgia, USA - JUL 15, 2017
Pours barely translucent caramel with a thin beige head. Aroma features tart pomme fruit and a hint of fresh malt. Flavor offers toasted malt, caramel, cinnamon and tart pomme tones. Mouthfeel delivers good body and fair fizz. Don’t be surly, enjoy. fidelis83 (2587) - Clinton, Iowa, USA - AUG 20, 2017
Pours a clear dark amber to brown with a two finger, creamy tan head. Aroma is dark and plummy stone fruits, dark sugar, licorice, chocolate, light nutty notes, a hint of toffee, light earthy and bready yeastiness. Flavor is chocolate, licorice and sweet stone fruits up front, then some chewy toffee, caramel and nutty notes, a hint of grilled and tart peaches, some hay, earthy, wet leaf funk and light spicy, chocolate and earth to the slightly acidic finish. Medium to heavy body, kinda chewy feel medium, somewhat blanketing blanketing carbonation with a surprisingly mild (I’ll call it medium) intensity for the style and a pleasant, slight acidity to the finish. Really tasty, maybe not top marks for complexity in the style, despite the disparate sounding base beers, but it wins some points for being really tasty and approachable and fairly easygoing, despite the description. Definitely a beer that I’d call greater than the sum of its parts... I can’t really give it any more points in any one focused category, but it deserves a couple extra ticks in "overall", I could definitely drink this often. wchesser (2216) - Denver, Colorado, USA - JUN 20, 2017
Draft at surly. Nice blend of the two parts. I prefered the bretted wheat component more, but loads of tropical brett elements and the belgian candi-sugar elements.
DrnkMcDermott (3218) - Downers Grove, Illinois, USA - JUN 22, 2017
Draft at another Round, 10 oz goblet for $7. Brown with just a bit of ruby red highlight. This was poured right up to the rim; luckily it didn’t have much head to speak of. I carefully slid the glass on its coaster to my nose, but could only pick up a slight nose of sweet triple malt. The taste is fruity; just a slightly tart note of cherry and strawberry. The malt is a bit sugary, but finished pretty dry. Sometimes I think of a cherry cola (C-o-l-a Cola!). Not heavily hopped in the Surly style, just enough to keep the sweet malt from sticking to my mouth. Sort of like a brut champagne, if champagne had a more chewy texture. CBBeerz (128) - - JUL 8, 2017
22oz bomber pour. Full carbonation when poured then dissipates to thin white lacing. Aroma of wheat, dates, cherries, small citrus, with Brett fermentation. Murky reddish/brown coloring like a typical good quad. Taste replicates the aromas. Very good hybrid styling from Surly. Must try Eleven.
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Great aroma with malt, fruit, Brett. Huge frothy tan head with loads of lace. Flavors like nose, but very low carbonation gets in the way of it being too good. arkurzynski (2484) - Combined Locks, Wisconsin, USA - JUN 24, 2017
Dark brown. Sticky Belgian nose. Toasted malt candy, and a touch of brett. Some sweet and toasty with Belgian yeast, and fruit. Leather and mild pineapple brett in the finish.