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Brewed By: Brewery & Blenderie Ommegang

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Average Rating:
7.56419

Number of Ratings: 5406

Style: Quadrupel (Quad)

Brewed In: 656 County Hwy 33, BOX 656, Cooperstown, NY 13326, USA

ABV: 9.7%

IBU: 19


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Tasting Notes

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Dei profile pictureDei - November 16, 2014
Heavily carbonated Has a bit of bite
BishopX18 profile pictureBishopX18 - November 9, 2014
Distinctly Belgian with lots of fig, cherry fruit notes
cthowel profile picturecthowel - November 6, 2014
Very bitter, not what I expected.
derno profile picturederno - October 29, 2014
Don't love Belgians. Was just ok. Clearly high in alcohol, sort of fruity
darkpasta profile picturedarkpasta - October 27, 2014
I think this is a delicious beer but Ommegang's are notoriously overpriced and this is no exception. I also knocked a star off for alchohol percentage less than ten.
bigtoe9@verizon.net profile picturebigtoe9@verizon.net - October 22, 2014
Smooth!!
dibailey profile picturedibailey - October 5, 2014
It's definitely a good Belgian Quad but not anything as spectacular as I've heard it be hyped to.
UpYours profile pictureUpYours - October 5, 2014
Berry taste but good fresh Belgian style.
gmagcolorado profile picturegmagcolorado - October 4, 2014
Nice malt and complexity, reminds me more of a doppel bock than a quad. Belgian yeast is suppressed.
tonyc210@gmail.com profile picturetonyc210@gmail.com - October 2, 2014
While I appreciate the complexity of this beer, from the sweet cherry flavor to the raisin tartness, there is this pervading yeast flavor that I do not like. It is not a Belgian yeast - it is something different, that reminds me of English ales.
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