Bruery Terreux 2016 Quadrupel Tonnellerie

Traditionalists might take issue with this out-of-the-box brew, but sometimes, it's good to step outside your comfort zone. A barrel-fermented Belgian-style quadrupel ale that's brewed with blackberries. The fruit addition lends a brighter streak to what is typically an opulent, rich and mouthfilling style, lending a fruity verve, while the wild organisms from the barrel-aging give a tart, acidic cut throughout. It still boasts the typical quad notes of roasted malt, dried fig, black plum, tree bark and woodspice, just in a more lifted, tightly wound package. Lauren Buzzeo

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