The Official Beer Thread - Page 326
Can't say I've had that one. The Courage brew is cool too because I believe it is the original 1795 recipe made for Catherine the Great of Russia. If you are someone who cares about the history of the beer you are drinking (as I am), it makes it a real pleasure to drink. I'll watch for the Narwhal.
thinking about giving this a shot
Opened it tonight and am impressed. Very fruity aroma, and is unmistakeably Unibroue--I find a similar dominant flavour in this, la Maudite, and la Fin du Monde. (Is it the yeast? I love beer but make no claims to beer geekdom.)
Definitely some caramel flavours and spice that all comes together nicely. Will buy again.
This sounds good. I picked up a bottle earlier today and will give it a go tomorrow.
I'm enjoying a bottle of La Trappe Quadrupal this afternoon.
I assume you guys are referring to Westvleteren? That is going to be available in the US? If so where? I was under the impression that it wasn't exported.
seems like it's released on the 12th which sucks. thursday would've been awesome.