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.
This shows our Quad after 20 days in the bottle.