Masterplan wrote:Dammit! Bring back the Cuvée Van De Keizer. .
Straffe Hendrik Quadruple
Deus Brut des Flanders
Komes Baltic Porter
2016 Bourbon Barrel Quad $15.95
Wheatsheaf wrote:Pretty nice price on the Abbaye des Rocs...but damn do those beers throw off some serious sediment after time in the cellar. Drink fresh or have a strainer ready.
Belgian wrote:Or we could just shake the sediment into the beer a few days before opening it?
Wheatsheaf wrote:Belgian wrote:Or we could just shake the sediment into the beer a few days before opening it?
No. Sediment is probably polite; nasty chunky floating sludge is maybe more accurate. It's almost like a magic trick: Behold as a cup of crap suddenly appears in a sealed bottle of beer... It is a nice beer, though.
With Rochefort, agitating cellared bottles is a good idea because a lot of the flavour and body is in the sediment. I find they can taste a bit thin and harsh if the stuff drops out of suspension.
Provost Drunk wrote:As a big fan of potent and soulful malt-forward beers, there is plenty in the above list to get excited about
I presume the Cuvee du Chateau is from Van Honsebrouck? Anyone know how this one compares to their Kasteel Donker if so?
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