Bill S. I have been brewing beer since college, 35 years ago. Quadrupel is a very good beer, stated by some who sampled it as "the best beer I have ever tasted, you should sell it." The slightly sweet, vaguely caramel taste which ends with a typical Belgian hint of alcohol and sour is among the most interesting, complex flavors I have encountered in a beer. It is suggested that it be aged a long while and I have no doubt that it would improve with time like a good wine. Regrettably, it was too tempting and had too many rave reviews from my friends, prompting other friends to come over to try it. It is among the top ten beers I have ever brewed, and ranked #1 by some tasters. The slightly sour hint of alcohol at finish knocks it off top spot for me, though.
Reviewed by: Old Site Reviewer from United States.