61-B. Belgian-Style Quadrupel

Belgian Quadrupels are amber to dark brown. Chill haze is acceptable at low serving temperatures. A mousse-like dense, sometimes amber head will top off a properly poured and served quad. Complex fruity aromas reminiscent of raisins, dates, figs, grapes and/or plums emerge, often accompanied with a hint of winy character. Hop aroma and flavor are not perceived to very low. Hop bitterness is low to low-medium. Caramel, dark sugar and malty sweet flavors and aromas can be intense, not cloying, while complementing fruitiness. Perception of alcohol can be extreme. Clove-like phenolic flavor and aroma should not be evident. Diacetyl and DMS should not be perceived. Body is full with creamy mouthfeel. Quadrupels are well attenuated and are characterized by the immense presence of alcohol and balanced flavor, bitterness and aromas. They are well balanced with savoring/sipping drinkability. Oxidative character if evident in aged examples should be mild and pleasant.

Original Gravity (°Plato) : 1.084-1.120 (20.2-28.0 °Plato)
Apparent Extract/Final Gravity (°Plato) : 1.014-1.020 (3.6-5.1 °Plato)
Alcohol by Weight (Volume) : 7.2%-11.2% (9.1%-14.2%)
Bitterness (IBU) : 25-50
Color SRM (EBC) : 8-20 (16-40 EBC)

61-B. ベルジャンスタイル・クァドルペル


初期比重 (プラート度) : 1.084-1.120 (20.2-28.0 °Plato)
最終比重 (プラート度) : 1.014-1.020 (3.6-5.1 °Plato)
アルコール度数 : 9.1%-14.2%
ビタネス・ユニット : 25-50
色度数 : 8-20 (16-40 EBC)
CBA logo