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Brewed By: Brasserie de Rochefort (Abbaye de Notre-Dame de Saint-Rémy)

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Number of Ratings: 4419

Style: Quadrupel (Quad)

Brewed In: Belgium

ABV: 11.30%

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Trappistes Rochefort 10

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Tasting Notes

Please sign in to post comments about this beer and see your Beer Buddies' comments. profile - February 17, 2014
Nice color, excellent texture, smooth finish but very strong.
UConn profile pictureUConn - February 16, 2014
Fantastic! A great Belgian beer. A wonderful aroma and very simple beer yet very complex. Very smooth.
kdick profile picturekdick - January 29, 2014
Great relaxing sipping beer drink 2 all is good
manybeeronewife profile picturemanybeeronewife - January 23, 2014
Poured a purposeful large head to anticipate the first sip. Very warming, thanks to the alcohol, and sweet. Definitely pick up a tart cherry and date or fig taste. No chocolate taste to me. Somewhat dry aftertaste; not overpowering. Worth a try if you like your Belgians brown to dark.
Ravacade profile pictureRavacade - January 18, 2014
Too high alcohol content. Did not like
BishopX18 profile pictureBishopX18 - January 17, 2014
Excellent beer. Very sweet. Lots of carbonation
jaf profile picturejaf - January 15, 2014
I pretty much had as many Trappist ales when in Belgium and I think this was one of them. It seems that the Stronger the ale the better. I think there is a 12 in this that was awesome as well
alaneager profile picturealaneager - November 16, 2013
Beautiful dark chocolatey after dinner beer
TheChupacabra profile pictureTheChupacabra - November 15, 2013
Nice dark beer. Let it sit in a chalice for a couple of minutes to open up.
dkrenik profile picturedkrenik - September 29, 2013
Opaque mahogany brown with tan creamy head. Diecetal? I smell butter - hmmm. Malty, dark skinned fruit aromas are echoed on the sweet-ish palate. Abundant carbonation on this medium full bodied brew. Might be an off bottle....
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