Firestone Walker Stickee Monkee 2015 releases on May 23rd.
Firestone Stickee Monkee is a Belgian-style quadrupel, aged over a year in Woodford Reserve, Elijah Craig, and Four Roses bourbon barrels. The brewery calls is a “Central Coast Quad” thanks to the California twist this classic-style strong ale undergoes before bottling.
“Some folks have questioned the moniker ‘Central Coast Quad’ that we assigned to Stickee Monkee, but we stand by it,” said Brewmaster Matt Brynildson. “We brew this beer true to the Quadrupel style right up until we rack it to barrels for our own local California Central Coast twist.”
2015 marks just the second time that Firestone Walker has been bottled. Firestone Walker’s Matt Bryndilson personally believes that people will go “apeshit” to taste the 2015 Stickee, after tasting how well this edition came out.
Straight to Ale Fifth Anniversary Belgian-style Quadrupel will start hitting shelves in May. Celebrating five years of craft brewing in Huntsville, Alabama.
In celebration of the fifth anniversary of the first beer beer ever sold by Straight to Ale, we are releasing this Belgian style quadrupel. Dark and full bodied, deceptively sweet with dark fruits and candy-like nose.
Look for Straight to Ale Fifth Anniversary in 22oz bottles starting in May, 2015.
Style: Belgian-Style Quadrupel
Availability: 22oz Bottles, Draft. Limited release.
Release: May, 2015
Brooklyn already has one quadrupel, you know it as Quadceratops. When you age it in bourbon and rum barrels, you have Brooklyn Quinceratops.
Brooklyn Quintaceratops has not yet been announced by the brewery.
Two Brothers Brewing (Warrenville, IL) will release Apocalyptic BeBop on February 22nd, at the brewery’s annual Cabin Fever celebration.
Two Brothers Apocalyptic BeBop is a cabernet barrel-aged Belgian-style quadrupel, a follow up to Midwestern Death Metal released last year.
“Apocalyptic BeBop’s release is next up in our “musical metaphor” series,” explains Jason Ebel, co-owner of Two Brothers Brewing Company, “Last year, we released Midwestern Death Metal at Cabin Fever and we want to continue with our tradition of making these unique beers available to our fans.”
Two Brothers Apocalyptic BeBop will go on sale in 22oz bottles on Sunday, February 22nd. Tickets are available here: http://bit.ly/1HlKqXB (Opens in new window.)
Upland Brewing Stoaked is preparing for March, 2015 release. The Bloomington, Indiana brewery has aged a quadrupel on fresh oak, resulting in a 10% flavorful beast of a beer.
Stoaked is a luscious Belgian style quadrupel that pours a deep amber hue with shades of copper and ruby. Alluring aromas of ripe fig, cherry and subtle spice and caramel pull you in. Maturing for months on oak, Stoaked reveals a profound vanilla character and malty sweetness, supported by a creamy mouthfeel. With a clean finish and a lingering sweetness, this beer is dangerously drinkable for a beverage of its strength.
There have been a couple of variants of Upland Stoaked out in the wild, including one with berries, all draft only. (Presumably tap room and festivals.) Look for Stoaked in 12oz bottles and draft.
Wild Heaven Eschaton has finally arrived in bottles. The Belgian-style quadrupel as been a bottle hopeful since its debut in 2011.
Eschaton is a one-of-a-kind oaked all-malt Quadrupel (or “Belgian Strong Dark” if you prefer) that abounds with dark fruit and pit fruit flavors as well as earthy spiciness. Vanilla oak and warm viniferous notes assert themselves as the beer warms to reveal additional layers of delicious complexity.
“Eschaton” is greek for the end of the world, or climax of history. Wild Heaven Eschaton is available in 12oz bottles, and draft while the world goes on. (Maybe a little bit after too.)
The brewery is also introducing cans in 2015.
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Allagash Four Ale is back on shelves. The Belgian-style quadrupel is brewed with four hops, four malts, four sugars, and fermented a total of four times, with four yeast strains.
The complexity of the brewing process is matched by the complexity of this unique beer. Flavors of raisin, candied fruit and plum express themselves throughout.
Allagash Four is available in 750ml bottles, and draft.
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