Item #: K67
Our Price: $54.99
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Belgian Quad is a style developed in the United States, inspired by the Belgian Triple style. A Belgian Quad is thought to be a very strong Belgian Ale, with a bit more color and sweetness than a Belgian Triple. Our Belgian Quad is like a stronger version of our Belgian Triple, gently hopped, with more body and a hint of spice in the finish. Alcohol: 9.5%, IBU's 24.

Includes 13 pounds of European malt extract and brewing sugar, flavoring and aromatic hops, spices, liquid yeast, and corn sugar for carbonation. Makes 5 gallons with a starting gravity of at least 1.094. 

 Save a lot of money. Comparable 22 ounce bottles of beer like our Belgian Quad sell for $8.00 and up in a liquor store. Our William's Belgian Quad makes the equivalent of 24 twenty two ounce bottles of flavorful fresh Belgian Ale, at at cost of around $2.00 per bottle!

This is an Advanced Kit: A Secondary Fermenter, Yeast Starter Kit (Q27), and Oxygen Aeration System (S78) are required to succesfully brew this strong beer.

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Average Rating: (based on 25 reviews)

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by Ron
on 1/25/2014
This is a great kit!
I have brewed this one many times and embellish on the recipe each time just to be creative. So far, they have all been good!
by Oliver
on 10/18/2013
Belgian Quad
This is my favorite kit. It has a kick to it but is very drinkable when bottle conditioned for about 4 months. I add 1 cup Agave Nectar and lemongrass to the brew. I also add tequila soaked vanilla beans to the first stage of fermentation. YUM!!! 
by marc
on 10/8/2013
This one took a long time to be great
And I mean a long time. It took 12 months to go from good to great. Now, 15 months later it is a really great brew. Be patient. Put it away and pull it out next year. You'll be happy you did.
by David
on 7/26/2013
A Favorite
I am a relatively new brewer having done 15 kits over the last 18 months. While I have drank a lot of different styles of beer over the years - both here and in Europe- Belgian beers in general are not among my favorites. That being said, this beer is. I give it a rank of 8 out of 10 in my own ranking system. It is strong and fruity. I aged it 6 months before drinking it regularly. Still have four pints left, so I'll be ordering another kit soon. It will be the first kit I liked so well that I wanted to order again instead of trying something new. OG = 1.10, FG = 1.028.
by Scott
on 4/15/2013
Just OK
I bought this in hopes of getting something close to St. Bernadus abt12. It was just too sweet and lighter in color than I would have preferred. Not sure of the reason, but its close to a Belgian wit. Several people that have tried it said it was close to Blue Moon. It is not a bad beer at all. It has a good flavor but it just wasn't what I was expecting.
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