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Broers Quadruple

Started by Viv, September 07, 2022, 09:12:15 AM

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Quadruple from Broers, with an ABV of 10.1%. New brew for me.

Pours a deep ruby copper burgundy with a small quickly dissipating creamy frothy head. A residual does last throughout however, but no lacing is created.

Very subtle fruity spicy hoppy aroma.

It's medium to full bodied, and nicely carbonated ( despite the fact that it looks flat ) with a slightly fizzy gassy filling mouthfeel. At its coldest it's sweet, jammy and grainy, and is complex, layered, balanced, and has good depth of flavour. 
Then we get plenty of fruits- plum especially, and dried fruits- figs, dates, raisins, sultanas, molasses, malts, caramel, honey but it's still pretty sweet. However, once it is warmed up we then get vinous qualities, and predominantly burgundy wine, sherry and brandy. Outstanding brew!