- Bottled beer
- Trappe Quadrupel
A Dutch Trappist beer of unrivalled complexity
Fig, plum, banana, spices, caramel, vanilla
Yeast, malt, dark fruit, caramel, alcohol
Brewed by the Notre-Dame de Koningshoeven Abbey, the Netherlands’ first Trappist Monastery, at 10% La Trappe Quadrupel is one of the stongest beers in the Trappe range.
In its special La Trappe glass, this Quadrupel sports a magnificent copper body with a lasting sandy head. The nose is offers a complex, aromatic bouquet full of fig, plum, and banana, as well as generous quantities of caramel and spices, and just a hint of vanilla.
The palate is warm and intense with malt flavours mixing with the fruits discernible in the bouquet. You’ll also find spicy yeast, more caramel, and a warming alcohol note, leading to a smooth finish with candi sugar, and a light bitterness.