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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.

Click   to download the instructions in pdf format.

This shows our Quad after 20 days in the bottle.

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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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