Six Of The Best - Belgian Strong Ales - 6 Beer Mixed Case
This case contains the following beers:
St Bernardus ABT 12
The St.Bernardus Abt 12 is the pride of St Bernardus' stable, the nec plus ultra of their brewery. Abbey ale brewed in the classic 'Quadrupel' style of Belgium's best Abbey Ales. Dark with a full, ivory-colored head. It has a fruity aroma, full of complex flavours and excells because of its long bittersweet finish with a hoppy bite. (10,0% ABV) Worldwide seen as one of the best beers in the world. It's a very balanced beer, with a full-bodied taste and a perfect equilibrium between malty, bitter and sweet. One of the original recipes from the days of license-brewing for the Trappist monks of Westvleteren
North End Cuvee De Moor
North End's anniversary beer, Cuvée de Moor, takes the dried fruit one stage further and includes a range of Moroccan fruit and dark sugars in the kettle before resting for a year in bretted pinot noir barrels. Raise a glass to their birthday.
Het Anker - Golder Carolous Tripel
Gouden Carolus Tripel was originally brewed for the Knights of the Golden Fleece in 1491. This golden specialty beer is brewed with the best Belgian ripe barley and hops, to preserve as much pure aroma as possible. Ideal with chicken, spicy dishes or fine, soft cheeses.
Victory Selene Saison
This is a dark hazy brown brew. The smell is loaded with character from the secondary fermentation, horseblanket and must. Similar flavors follow with some leather notes as well. Dark chocolate sweetens things up for a moment before getting dry.
Dark as the night sky and fermented with unique yeast, this Saison delivers earthy and spicy undertones to warm your senses all winter long.
Craftwork Dark Lord
This beer really is beast to brew, taking two mashes, and a 4 hour boil. then aged a year..
It's our take on a classic Quad.
Van Honsebrouck Kasteel Donker
Kasteel Donker is a member of the Belgian quadrupel family. These are strong, sweet to bitter, dark brown beers where the malt predominates. They were inspired by the beers of the Trappist brewers. It is a full-mouthed, malty beer with touches of caramel, coffee and chocolate coming from the roast malt. The sweet initial taste is quite surprising. Further tasting shows this beer to be intriguingly complex.