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RATINGS: 118   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.39/5   IBU: 20   EST. CALORIES: 285   ABV: 9.5%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Want to have your most hidden secrets torn from the dark recesses of your soul? Tiberian Inquisitor will do just that. This Belgian-style ale aged for one year in French oak is a beer to be reckoned with.

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Palme (4823) - Bergen, NORWAY - JUL 5, 2016
On tap @ Copenhagen Beer Celebration 2013. This is a blurry deep amber-golden one with a small bubbly and sidesticking just off-white top. The nose has a strong caramel sweetness, glazed and a bit sticky. Fresh melon, some zest and traces of white pepper. Lots of flavor! Oh, this is quite good. Oily on the mouthfeel and average with those small prickling carbonation bubbles. Really tasty! Heavy concentrated and I think it might could be a bit to much in larger quantities than this. Glazed fruits, lots of malty caramel sweetness, a ton of vanilla and wood? Has this been barreled? Hmm.. This is just amazingly flavorful. Fits my palate like a hand in a glove. The correct sized glove that is. 03.05.2013

3.3
ineedbeer (2255) - Oakland, California, USA - JAN 23, 2016
Poured from a bottle courtesy of CatMan. Aroma has a lot of caramel malt notes with some dark sugar notes and honey. Some moderate phenolic notes with a lot of red apple and over ripe fruit. Pours a hazy, copper color with medium sized, moderately thick, white head that recdes to take edges where it lingers. Light lacing and small legs. Flavor is fairly sweet with some cinnamon and other phenolic notes. Quite a bit of fruit, especially red apple and pear with some stone fruit. Some medium light acidity with a bit of citrus. Moderately strong honey, caramel and other sugar notes. Mouthfeel is medium bodied with medium high carbonation. Low astringency and low alcohol warmth. Overall, a weird beer. Not great, but not absolutely horrible. An odd, Belgian style beer.

3.6
rouhlas (3783) - Thessaloniki, GREECE - AUG 6, 2015
From tap. Hazy orange color with off white head. Malty aroma, caramel, fruits,light yeasty, wood, alcohol. Sweet and bitter taste. Medium oily body with soft carbonation

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djd07 (15543) - Houston, Texas, USA - JUN 18, 2015
Bottle. Pours a cloudy orange with small off white head. The aroma is plastic and mineral. Medium mouth with chemical taste, something off with this one.

3.6
Dogbrick (13751) - Columbus, Ohio, USA - MAR 8, 2015
Sample at KurtKeller 021: Pappy-tastic 01 on 03/06/2015. This beer pours a cloudy orange-amber color with a medium off-white head that recedes steadily to an outer ring. Small patches of lacing on the glass. The aroma consists of dark fruit, yeast and malt. Medium to full body with flavors of raisins, caramel malt and earthy yeast. The finish is oaky and fruity. Decent overall.

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Mr_Abner (388) - Michigan, USA - DEC 6, 2014
Bottle. Dark amber color with a ring of head around the glass that lasts. Smell is apples with light alcohol and some caramel. Taste is caramel, apple, alcohol, citrus. Medium bodied and soft. Astringent finish.

3.6
KingCecil (2088) - DENMARK - OCT 24, 2014
Bottle @ home .... It pours light murky dark golden with a medium light tan head.... sour notes, fresh, leather, berries, some tobacco and fruits....

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JDBaker11058 (2348) - Maryland, USA - SEP 15, 2014
Appearance: deep amber brown, with a short tan head; incautious pouring results in significant black floaties at the end of the bottle. Aroma: absolutely delicious aroma of raisins, figs, salted caramel bread pudding, light clove milk chocolate, with just a hint of astringent booze. Taste: sour up front, with balsamic vinegar, then some of the flavors strongly forecast in the aroma. Finish: lingering boozy astringency, with big syrupy sweetness vying for primacy with the sour notes from the initial taste. Notes: If this beer tasted exactly like it smelled, it would have been magnificent. Now, I like a good sour beer, but it didn’t seem like this should have been sour like it was. Maybe they did intend it, given the wood-aging, but that sourness just didn’t work here.


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