Brewery Brouwerij Mokke in Antwerp, Belgium Style Belgian Dubbel ABV & IBUs 7% & 30 IBU Rate Beer 47/100 Tasting Notes Garnet red hue and light brown base with a big white head. Malty sweetness and delightfully smooth. Rich and complex flavours but not at all heavy for a 7% brown ale. This is a great […]
Brewery: Rodenbach in Vlaanderen, Belguim Style: Flanders Red Ale ABV: 5.2% Rate Beer: 86/100 Pour Toffee red hue with a small beige head that fades off quick. The classic Flanders red. Beautifully crafted. Sharp, yet sour. Moorish, yet mouthwatering. Sweet and delicious. This is a well regarded beer for a reason. It’s the beer, this style […]
Sweet and boozy little beer with subtle hints of whisky on the nose. Quite smooth and easy to drink despite the high ABV.
That sweet, boozy taste of a Belgian beer. It’s a wonderful thing.
Strong dried fruit and toffee flavours. I’m sometimes at a lost at the difference between dubbel, tripel and quad beers
Brewery: St Bernardus Brouwerij in Watou, Belgium Style: Abbey Strong Ale/Quad ABV: 10% Rate Beer: 100/100 Pour: Toffee rubiness in colour with a good head on pour that lasts for quite some time. Made from the same recipe as the Westvleteren 12 and not surprisingly, tastes the same. A little less sweetness but a little more […]