MASSIVE BEER REVIEWS: Sacre Coeur Quadrupel Ale by Kane Brewing Company
Beer: Sacre Coeur
Brewery: Kane Brewing Company
Style: Quadrupel Ale
We’re heading back down to the Jersey Shore on today’s MBR with one of my personal favorite little beer spots – Kane Brewing! I let my Kane fan flag fly with pride; they make just plain old good beers and really have that knack for nailing a lot of the flavors I love, particularity that Belgian “soul” I speak of so cryptically.
But today we have the first “base” or “normal” Belgian I’ve tried from them. No apple cider, no barrels – just some yeast, malts, hops, and water!
So let’s see what this Belgian Quadrupel called Sacre Coeur has to offer!
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