Prearis Quadrupel 25.4 oz

Item #7157
Shipping Wt. 3.00 lbs.
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Complex, Well-balanced Quad

Brewed by: De Proef Brewery for
                   Vliegende Paard Brouwers
Country: Belgium
Style: Quadrupel
Color: Dark brown

ABV: 10.0% rating: 94 rating: 89

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Préaris Quadrupel (ABV 10%) was named the best homebrewed beer in all of Belgium at the Brouwland Biercompetitie in 2011.

It pours a deep reddish brown with a frothy beige head. Aromas of caramel, cocoa, and dark fruits are reflected in the taste, along with toasty, bittersweet mocha from the malts.

Medium-bodied, with a warming, mildly bitter finish, it's a complex and well balanced quadrupel.

Food Pairings

Blue cheese, foie gras, beef, duck, and turkey; a carbonnade (Flemish beef and beer stew) prepared using this quad would be superb.

Goes well with desserts like crème bruleé, chocolate mousse or anything containing dark chocolate.
Vliegende Paard Brouwers, makers of Préaris beers, won the Belgian national homebrew competition Brouwland Biercompetitie in 2011, and in 2013 they were named the top new brewery in Belgium in the Ratebeer Best awards.

Their name and logo commemorate their neighborhood in Belgium ---Vliegende Paard, meaning "flying horse".

With just an 80L homebrew system of their own, they chose De Proef Brouwerij to brew for them under license in commercial quantities.

Their beers are now available in Belgium, The Netherlands, France, Spain, Bulgaria, Norway, USA, China and Thailand.

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Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Jan 27, 2017  |  By Belgian Beer Journal
Like smelling a freshly baked loaf of chocolate marble rye bread. Rich and sumptuous. The earthiness from the hops and herbs help round it out nicely, a breakaway from most Quads! Uber decadent, we highly recommend this very delicious Quadrupel. It is well suited for aging for 3-5 years, and possibly more under the proper temperature, light, and shelving conditions. Seek this one out for sure.
Belgian Beer Journal