Belgian Quad Home Brewing Beer Kit

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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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Average rating 9.36666666666667 out of 10 ( based on 30 reviews )

Holly Baby Jesus!

Review by Darrin B. on 4/27/2009

Pros: Smooth and rich. Bottled vise my usual keg because of the high ABV and boy am I glad. Excellent beer but be patient.

Cons: Tool a little longer to carbonate in the bottles than the reciepe said, so be patient. Suggest three or so small bottles as samplers to know when it's fully carbonated. The other con is it's so good that you want to have three or four but it will put you on your lips! Also in the secondary, I aged with oak chips. I went to a beer fest and sampled a lot of beers, this would have wiped most of them out! I did end up with 10% instead of the 9.5% it said I would get. Dangerously great!

final product

Review by Anthony Parker on 4/28/2009

Pros: It is certainly strong. Both batches have been close to 10% alcohol. I am following the instructions a little closer this time to see if it develops more flavor. A friend from England said it was authentic Most of the neighbors felt it was potent, but bland tasting.

Cons: It takes a long time and more steps (including storage at a reduced temperature).

Very tasty...drink it slow.

Review by Kerry C. on 4/29/2009

Pros: Very flavorful and very potent. I bottled and kegged it. The keg was for immediate drinking which turned out wonderful. I can't wait for the aged, naturally carbonated bottles!

Cons: Secondary fermentation in the recipe didn't do anything. I wouldn't even recommend it. Just leave it in the primary and check the SG after 2 weeks. It was ready before the directions.

the QUAD

Review by jeremy S. on 5/5/2009

Pros: This was the very first kit we have ordered from WB. It came quickly and was very well packaged. the ingredients were fresh and the brew went very smooth. the spicy additions offer a very nice flavor and blend....8.1% abv!

Cons: none

Quadliscious

Review by James R. on 5/13/2009

Pros: I was a littled scared when the beer seemed to stop fermenting very quickly. Even when I transferred it to the secondary I still only saw a few bubbles. It carbonated in the bottle very slowly as well. This has turned out to be one of my favorites. It is very strong so you definitely have to pace yourself...

Cons: None

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