Beer Review: La Trappe Quadrupel Oak Aged

by Chad on July 31, 2011

La Trappe Quadrupel

I have a new contender for best beer I’ve ever had: La Trappe Quadrupel. Pours an exquisite and hazy deep amber. Not much head, but a good amount of lacing. Smells of grapes, oak, and caramel. Then, there’s the taste. Sweet malt, a nudge of bitter hops, then a familiar unctuous feel and flavor that reveals the oak aging. Full, creamy, round mouthfeel without being heavy. The 10% ABV warms on the way down, but doesn’t overpower any of the magnificent flavors. Unsurprisingly, it becomes more complex and the flavors bolder as it warms.

This isn’t hyperbole, it really is one of the finest beers I have ever had.

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