Bruery Terreux Quadrupel Tonnellerie

Bruery Terreux Quadrupel Tonnellerie is barrel-fermented with blackberries

Since opening in 2008, The Bruery in Southern California has become known for its barrel-aged and experimental ales.

This release from Bruery Terreux, a branch of the brewery that focuses solely on farmhouse-style ales, is part of the Tonnellerie series. French for “cooperage,” each beer in the series shares one core trait: it's fermented in oak. The Quadrupel style is quite malty and rich, and since this one is also barrel-fermented with blackberries, levels of dark fruit flavors complement the undercurrents of oak. The sour components act to counterbalance the maltiness, and the fruitiness comes through after swallowing. This sour beer is definitely full-flavored with a sour tang, so be ready to pucker up. 

Sour Rating: 7

Beer Information

Bruery Terreux


717 Dunn Way Placentia CA U.S.

Beer Details

Beer type : Belgian Style Quadrupel Ale, Quadrupel, Sour Price: $20 for 750 ml. ABV: 10.2%


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