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Straffe Hendrik Quadrupel tasting notes
Straffe Hendrik Quadrupel is a typical Belgian Quadrupel brewed with a blend of 8 dark malts, giving it a very malty and complex character. It has a lot of malts in the nose, with a lot of dried fruits and yeast presence. Taste is soft and complex, with fruits, chocolate, caramel and a soft sweetness with some bitter hints towards the end.
Quadrupels or Belgian Dark Strong Ales are very complex Belgian ales, sometimes connected with an Abbey or a Trappist monastery. Its appearance range from deep amber to reddish brown. Aromas are rich, with spiciness and malt presence, and hints of fruits. Flavors are as complex as aromas, with malt presence, fruits and some alcohol, and a dry finish. It is more malty than a Dubbel and not as bitter as a Tripel.
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