Weyerbacher Quad

It’s been a busy Tuesday evening. Following work: walk dog, feed animals, head to he farm stand, fuel up, home, make the wife dinner, vacuum both cars, vacuum the whole house (still in the middle of the flea war), walk dog (he won’t poop!), make myself dinner, crack open a Weyerbacher Quad, almost have an encounter with a skunk, pop in a movie (The Insider). And all of this between 5:30 and 8:30!

Weyerbacher Quad is a Belgian ale of the quadruple class. Do I know what that means? No. Am I going to Google it? No. Why? Because I’m freaking exhausted and I’m just going to enjoy the beer. If someone wants to comment and educate me on the difference between doubles, triples, quadruples, etc…please do so.

The beer had a fair amount of head, but it disappeared mighty quick. Mouthfeel is slightly tingly, smooth and silky. The aroma is of banana and spice. Flavors are bread, coriander, spice. On the sweet side.

Overall: Good tasting beer. Not at all interesting or unique.

Author: Joshua Dion

I write about beer in an un-intimidating way, welcoming beer lovers of all experience levels.