Beer Review: THE BRUERY PROVISIONS SERIES: CUÁDRUPLE

Beer Review: THE BRUERY PROVISIONS SERIES: CUÁDRUPLE

The Bruery’s take on the classic Belgian Quadruple, aptly named Cuádruple from The Bruery Provisions Series, offers a glimpse into an imaginative brew that marries Belgian tradition with Central American flair. Poured into a goblet from a 750 ml. bottle, this 10% ABV concoction is a departure from the norm, boasting dark agave nectar in lieu of the customary sugars.

Appearance

The beer presents itself with a deep, enticing mahogany hue. The initial tight white film for a head quickly dissipates, leaving behind a fleeting effervescence that can be briefly rekindled with a swish, only to vanish moments later.

Aroma

Immersing the senses, the fragrance is reminiscent of a rum-soaked fruitcake, with subtle hints of distant bubble gum and banana. Intriguing notes of cola, Redman chewing tobacco, and a whiff of cough syrup add complexity to the olfactory experience.

Taste

The flavor profile unfolds with layers of burnt malt, intertwined with black cherry, clove, and a cola-like essence. The initial sweetness, reminiscent of a fine wine, gradually gives way to a spicy and bitter finale, courtesy of the interplay between spicy hops and the brew’s nuanced elements.

Mouthfeel

The beer’s texture is notably syrupy, complemented by a moderate carbonation that contributes to its overall character.

Overall

In the grand scheme of things, Cuádruple from The Bruery Provisions Series earns its stripes as a pretty good creation. Its spicy, fruity, and sweet interplay keeps the palate engaged. Holding onto a bottle for aging might unveil new dimensions, making this brew a curious investment for those keen on exploring its evolving journey.