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The Reverend

  • Year Round Brews
  • Belgian-Style Quadrupel Ale
  • 10.0% ABV

A divinely complex and beautifully layered beer with hints of dark cherries, currants, and molasses, complemented by an underlying spiciness. Sinfully smooth considering the high alcohol content. Inspired by the Trappist brewers of Belgium, a Quadrupel is a modern Belgian-style ale of greater strength compared to its Dubble and Tripel sister styles. Typically a darker brew, Quads are full-bodied with a rich and malty core. As with all Belgian beers, the yeast is what really sets this style apart, adding a fruity and spicy edge. The Reverend was created as a tribute to the life of our friend's late grandfather, an ordained Episcopal Reverend. True to his spirit and character, this beer is strong-willed, assertive, and pure of heart.


  • 6-Pack Cans
  • Descriptors

    • Dark Cherry
    • Decadent
    • Divine
  • Malt Varieties

    • DK. Candy Sugar
    • Cara-20
    • Special B
    • Cara-45
    • Aromatic
    • 2-Row
  • Yeast Varieties

    • House Belgian Trappist Strain
  • Hop Varieties

    • Sterling
  • Dry Hop Varieties

    • N/A
  • The Reverend Hop Driven Chart

    Hop driven

  • The Reverend Malt Forward Chart

    Malt forward

  • The Reverend Yeast Centric Chart

    Yeast centric

  • The Reverend Beyond Reinheitsgebot Chart

    Beyond reinheits- gebot

  • The Reverend Abv % Chart

    Abv %

Suggested Pairings

Sloppy Seitan

Rev pairs well with our house BBQ sauce, offering a complement to its rich sweetness.

Home Brew Recipe

Recipe is scaled for 5–Gallon Batch Production






90.6% 2-Row, 3.7% Aromatic, 1.9% Special B, 1.9% Cara-45, 1.9% Cara-20

Special Additions

add 17.81 oz Dark Belgian Candy Sugar at start of boil


0.35 oz Sterling (6% AA) at 60 min; 0.28 oz Sterling (6% AA) at 30 min; 0.86 oz Sterling (6% AA) at 0 min


Westmalle at 20 C for the first half of fermentation, then let it climb as high as possible

Ode to The Reverend: sweet malty quad love / falls rapidly down the throat / really drunky now

Julia Foster • Denver, CO