De Molen x Beavertown Quirks & Quinine

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Style
Sour Beer
Country
Netherlands
Brewery
De Molen
ABV
8%
Bottle Size
330ml
Serving Temp
10 °C

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£4.49

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What can you say about De Molen? A brewery with a huge international reputation that far outstrips it's miniscule production capacity of 500 litres kettles. The head brewery Menno Olivier personifies everything craft beer should be, starting off as a homebrewer with genuine skill and enthusiasm and developing his art in perfectly conceived brews, the sheer range and quality of the beer is astonising. Everything from De Molen is truly extraordinary and what's great is it's all about the beer- no fancy packaging, no self aggrandized hype, just brilliant, brilliant beer

A collab between De Molen and Beavertown, this beer takes its inspiration from a British classic, the G and T. Weighing in at a whopping 8%, this saison certainly emulates the booziness of a G and T. It’s got the estery Belgian yeast characteristics and the aroma has a subtle air of gin along with the characteristic pepperiness. To taste, it’s sweet, boozy with a nice hint of spice coming in from coriander. Feeling a bit Victorian? Take a delve into the sweet waters of the Quirks and Quinine.

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A little limp wristed
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I was expecting something so sour my enamel disintegrated, but really it's only a medium sour average offering. Nothing wrong with it, but equally nothing especially exciting either.
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