Urthel Samaranth 12 Quadrium Ale is a malty, full-bodied special Ale, brewed in a way that only Belgian Brewers can.
Clear toffee brown with ruby highlights and good off-white head. Subtle and pleasant caramel aroma. Fantastic palate – slightly creamy, very slightly sticky, plenty of body with excellent carbonation that is both mouthfilling and bright. Taste is of sweet bread crust, spiced bread, fruits, fruit bread, some bitterness, and brandy notes. Mouthfeel is medium to heavy, and Urthel Samaranth finishes between wet and dry, with a sure alcohol presence.
Little cloudy, dark blond to light beige beer, creamy white head, pretty stable, adhesive, leaving a nice lacing in the glass. Aroma has soapy citrus, some grainy notes and hints of apricot. Taste is a light fruity and malty sweetness with a light spicy hop bitterness. Light to medium body with generous carbonation. Recommended.
The third Corne du Bois des Pendus can be called « Wonderful Horn ». Adorned with an ultra powerful black dress and a fleeting beige foam, creamy and warm, the Black Horn is an easy beer to savour.
The nose and mouth reveal soft aromas of remarkable intensity. The flavor is sweet in the first place prior to ramp up on chocolate notes, cafes « old » and butterscotch. Notes of plum, blackberry and dried red fruits appear slowly and sublime tasting. The bitterness is low to discover all the fruity aromas and individuals that can give special malts.
A Black Horn attractive, rich, fine and elegant. A Great Belgian beer, a Big Horn!
Pours a pale and hazy yellow color forming a medium and low persistent aired white head. Nice carbonation and full white head. Nice hoppy fruity, pinaple aroma. Tasty hop notes with light citrus tints, crispy, some grapefruit sweetness, fresh cut grass, light bitterness. Well balanced and a tasty surprise of the evening. Aftertate is hoppy, citrus, grass and some malts. Low to medium carbo, soft mouthfeel, good medium body and a light creamy texture. Very nice indeed!
Poured deep reddish brown with a frothy tan head. On the nose strong roasted malt aromas develop and support the development of barnyard mixed with bitter chocolate notes and slight coffee traces. Lightly fizzy with a nice slick texture further developping the bitter chocolate and coffee notes providing a full body. There is a very tasty roasted malt flavor with some candi sugar and subtle dry hop bitterness.Finish is smooth, nearly dry and exceeedingly pleasant.