Top 10 beers in the world media16th July, 2014 by Neal Baker
Prearis Quadrupel, Belgium
“Beer-man” Todd Haefer, writing in USA Today, said that he was surprised to come across a beer that he hadn’t heard of when this one sprang up on him at a restaurant.
“Prearis poured a dark brown with a rocky tan head, and had the toffee-caramel notes of a typical quadrupel, in addition to spices such as clove and orange peel,” he said, continuing: “The addition of darker malts, however, added flavours of molasses, plum, raisin and chocolate.”
While the “bitter coffee flavours” might have dampened the experience, Haefer said: “It’s a well-made beer, different to be sure.”
Quadrupel Ale, 10%