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
There’s initial sweetness to this one that cleverly disguises the high ABV. Dark fruit flavours come through as you casually sip this beer.
Brewery: Brouwerij Van Steenberge in Ertvelde, Oost-Vlaanderen Belgium Style: Belgian Strong Golden Ale ABV: 10.5% IBUs: 23 Rate Beer: 93/100 Pour: Tangerine gold in colour with a big fluffy head. Straight up, that typical Belgian smell of sugar bananas. Big bold flavours on first sip dominated by sweetness and smooth alcohol. I seriously look forward to […]
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 […]