Pannepot - De Struise Brouwers

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Ratings: 2,081
Reviews: 788
rAvg: 4.35
pDev: 9.2%
Wants: 359
Gots: 392 | FT: 27
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Style | ABV
Quadrupel (Quad) |  10.00% ABV

Availability: Rotating

Notes/Commercial Description:
Old Fisherman's Ale is a dark ale brewed with spices. Pannepot is a term that describes the Fishing Boats from the village of De Panne. Brewed and bottled on the Deca Brewery in Woesten-Vleteren.

EBC:99, IBU:27, OG:1100, FG:1025, ABV:10%
Hops: Bramling Cross, Hallaertau MF

(Beer added by: TheLongBeachBum on 12-14-2006)
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Photo of BarrelO
4.38/5  rDev +0.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

11.2oz bottle poured into a tulip. 2006 vintage.

A: Dark reddish brown. No head at all.

S: Alcohol, yeast, and spices.

T: Jaw-droppingly complex. Chocolate, dark fruits, spices, and a bunch of other crap I'm struggling to describe. No trace of alcohol, which is pretty surprising after the nose.

M: Smooth and creamy.

D: Astonishingly easy to put down. This has to be on any short list of best Belgian beers.

Photo of smuttanator
4.15/5  rDev -4.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

I'm drinking this beer while baking cookies...which seems oddly appropriate. One of the sweeter beers I've ever had. However, unlike a lot of sweet beers, this is in no way syrupy, in fact its fairly drinkable, and in no way gives a hint of its 11% alchohol. All in all in a very solid and unique beer

Photo of allboutbierge
4.5/5  rDev +3.4%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

2007 vintage

Tried after a suggestion from fellow BA Garretdcole.

Rich appearance typical of a Quad--Mahogany dried raisin colored hues with moderate long lasting head of an offwhite color. Pungent aromas of raisins, dates, some molasses, faint notes of spice. No yeasty aromas. Everything in balance.

Taste, obviously, is very reflective of the aroma. Some malty notes reminscent of chicory come through. Malt is the main attraction here...again, lots of dates, raisins, dried fruit, maybe some cherry. Lots more in there, the words just fail me. Great balance. Some yeastiness comes in towards the finish.

I will be drinking this again...something to mix in the St. Berny 12 while lounging at the Kangüruh.

Photo of erz316
3.9/5  rDev -10.3%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

330ml bottle, 2007 vintage, into chimay chalice.

A - bottle pours a big head like a coke, big bubbles that die down a bit slower than a coke; colour is a medium-light brown. body is a very very dark brown, almost black, but still clearly brown. I cant find anything particularly special about the appearance; one thing for which I was going to take off points is the massive head, but the retention is thick and beautiful, so it redeems itself

S - not quite a quad smell, more on the lines of a less fruity dark strong belgian. the nose is malty, slightly spicy, and a bit fruity. the malts are the majority of the sweetness and body of the nose. the middle of the nose is this plumb kind of sweetness. the background is the spices, which are very light, tend to mix in with some identifiable warm alcohol; maybe some cardamom or anise. not a very strong smelling beer, but it has some interesting notes in there from the innateness of the style and the added spices.

T - yeah, there are those spices, and a rather blunt alcohol profile. not exactly what I was expecting. the initial flavours are clear malts, sweet like molasses, and a big licorice flavour. the licorice is what too me aback; I didn't foresee this intensity from the nose. the beer is very strong, and very dark. once the licorice and molasses finish doing their thing, the alcohol comes in full force. the finish is much milder, leading out flavours of raisins, and mild alcohol with some burnt sugar/toffee like malts; anise and the spice medly trails. the finish is bitter, but not a discernible hop bitter, more like a herbal leafy bitterness. the anise stays with us to the very end, along with a lingering cola flavour that starts where the finish ends. the beer is very complicated, and has tons of different flavours to find with each drinking, but the flavour was just not for me. a good beer, but it should find another drinker.

MF&D - the body is quite astringent and puckering. body is a medium heavy, with abundant carbonation. the carbonation is almost too much for me at times, but I guess it serves to cancel out some of the alcohol's effect. I cant really get behind the flavour of this beer, and I would not want to have more than what I have now.

Photo of squaremile
3.38/5  rDev -22.3%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3 | feel: 2.5 | overall: 4.5

I don't really understand the big deal about this beer beyond the drinkability. Pours a mahogany brown with a small head. The smell is sweet with notes of molasses, raisins, and brown sugar. The flavor is more of the same, but I end up feeling like this is sort of like St. Bernardus Abt 12 Light. The thin/watery mouthfeel just doesn't do it for me. No alcohol present at all, which is remarkable for 10%. It's a fine beer overall, but for the style is isn't in the upper class.

Photo of realmpel
4.28/5  rDev -1.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

2007 version.

Pours a deep, rich red, a very nice color.

The beer is sweet, almost like a Flanders. As it warms, I detect more malt, and little or no hops. Cherries, alcohol notes, almost a cough syrup flavor. I certainly detect the spices; coriander and nutmeg.

Mouthfeel is thick and syrupy, yet enough carbonation to break it up.

It's a strong one, and too sweet for me to drink more than the one bottle. I did enjoy the one I had though.

Photo of treyrab
4.7/5  rDev +8%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Why it took me so long to drink this I have no clue. But now I wish I would have drank it much sooner and would have picked up way more!

2006 Vintage.

A: Pours into my chalice a nice, hazy mahogany red with noticeable brown hues and plenty of yeast floaties throughout. For having the beer creep up the neck of the bottle upon opening, this did not yield as large of a head. The head was a one finger and khaki in color.

S: Wow. Tons going on here. One of the best and most complex noses out there. Figs, dates, raisins, plums, sweet toffee, brown sugar, caramel, candi sugar and nice Belgian spices. This is blended together so well.

T: Just as complex and unparalleled to most Belgians I've had. The taste is just as complex as the nose with a nice inviting dark fruit complexity of raisin, fig and dates followed by some nice candi sugar and sweet caramel. The flavors are so well balanced and blended.

Overall, this is one of the best Belgians I have ever had. Almost up there with Westvleteren 12 in complexity. A must try!

Photo of lownote
4.18/5  rDev -3.9%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Had two 2007 bottles. Poured an almost completely black color with lots of head, which evaporated fairly quickly. The beer was not as filling as it looked, all of the tastes seemed really compact, which were the spices, a little sweetness, and some alcohol. Really great beer worth trying.

Photo of BuckeyeNation
4.33/5  rDev -0.5%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

2006 vintage. Raisin brown with flashes of black cherry when backlit with bright morning sunshine. A loud 'pffft' on crown cracking was followed by the creation of an expansive crown of ecru colored foam that isn't sticky enough to leave much of itself on the snifter. All three of the Pannepot ales look good, not great.

The same can be said for the nose(s). Despite the inward sloping sides of the glass, the aroma isn't as powerful as it should be. Warming helps to some extent. The beer smells BSDA-like, with dark fruit and ground clove especially prominent. Here's hoping that 3 years in the bottle haven't sapped most of the complexity.

Without tasting them side-by-side, I won't be able to speak about the relative differences between the Danish version and this American version. They're both excellent, that much is certain. Once the overly fizzy bubbles settle down, this should be a more enjoyable experience.

Old Fisherman's Ale has to be one of the darkest quadrupels in existence. There can't be too many that have this much licorice and molasses. Other flavors include dark chocolate-covered raisins, dark toffee, burnt sugar, orange peel, coriander and clove. I would never have guessed that thyme and cinnamon are present as well.

Amazingly enough (or maybe not so amazingly), these scores are identical to the scores given to the Danish version. It's hard to believe there are any major differences between the two. Warming brings more intensity and complexity to an already intense and complex beer.

Too bad the mouthfeel isn't as fantastic as it could be. To be fair, it improves considerably once most of the carbonation enters the atmosphere. It then becomes lightly viscous and almost creamy. My suggestion is to pour... wait 10 minutes (if you're able)... then begin to drink.

Pannepot Old Fisherman's Ale deserves its place on the list of Top Beers on Planet Earth (#46 currently). It's a wonderful quadrupel that emphasizes the Russian Imperial stout part of its personality more than most. Highly recommended for anyone who loves big Belgian ales.

Photo of brewdlyhooked13
4.35/5  rDev 0%
look: 4.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 5 | overall: 4.5

Appearance - pours pretty dark, some reddish hues along the edges. Light mocha cover with splotches of darker mocha from some light sediment. Solid sheets of lace , a fine start.

Aroma - some caramelly sweetness, some dark fruit in there too.

Taste - sweet caramel and orange. Roasty malts, figgy sweetness, and a low key but smooth warmth. Slight drying on the swallow, a trace of tartness at the end.

Mouthfeel - fluffy and smooth, the high carbonation is tempered by the bigger body of the beer. Right on.

Drinkability - a fine treat any time of year.

Photo of sjccmd
4.72/5  rDev +8.5%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Vintage 2007

A: pours a dark chocolate brown with a light orange/brown hue and a thick light tan head that recedes but sticks around throughout

S: the smell reveals a nice combination of light and dark fruits, dates, figs, apples, pineapple and a bit of raspberry, maple syrup and brown sugar

a friend of mine said it resembled goji berries but i have never had one

T: along with the smell the lighter fruit flavors come out first but finishes dark with roasted malts, very rich, sweet

M: sparkles on the tongue initially but finishes thick and smooth

D: it's a sipper but i could have gone for another bottle

overall a very excellent beer, can hold it's own against the trappist breweries

Photo of barleywinefiend
4.28/5  rDev -1.6%
look: 5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Thanks to Drunkmonk for hooking me up.
Poured a rich deep, dark brown almost black color and the carbonation was out of this world! Nose is yeast, alocohol and spice. taste is in your face with spice, alcohol, dried fruits and chocolate in there somewhere. This beer was still hot with 2 years of age. Good quad for sure!

Photo of callmemickey
4.47/5  rDev +2.8%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

2007 vintage

A: Rich ruby accented brown body... massive pinkish-tan head... good retention and light lacing.

S: Deep, dark fruits... raisins, cherries, currants, figs.. some caramel and chocolate... light booze burning through.

T: Much like the nose, there is a lot of rich dark fruits here... slight tartness towards the end... booze is noticeable but restrained... nice chocolate/caramel malt base

M: Assertive carbonation, clean finish... medium bodied...

D: A very nice quad.... not st. bernardus 12... but damn close

Photo of kbutler1
3.9/5  rDev -10.3%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3 | overall: 4

2007 bottle of Pannepot poured into a Duvel tulip glass. Poured a deep amber ruby brown color with a tan head that quickly dissapated. Dances on the tongue type of carbonation, maybe a little too much for my liking, almost champagne like. I pick up the booze taste pretty easily. Fruity type tastes as well.
I can appreciate the style but this beer just had too light of a mouthfeel for me.

Re-Rate: 2007 vintage. Pours a deep reddish brown color with a very big fluffy, fizzy 3 finger tan head that slowly settles. This has a slightly sour smelling dark fruit aroma. Some booze notes evident as well in the smell. Very light mouthfeel with some carbonation. Dark fruit, spice, and a slight sourness fills your mouth as you take a drink. Slight bitterness along with the sweetness. Lingering warmth from the booze. Overall, not bad but just as I remember having this beer before, the light mouthfeel and overcarbonation I feel really distracts from the wonderful flavors this beer has.

Photo of BARFLYB
4.22/5  rDev -3%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

11.2oz bottle poured into my St. Bernardus glass, is there any other way? I've heard this one was a gusher but not in my case. I've learned to be extremely careful with anything coming from overseas, you never know.

A- A loud hiss once the cap got taken off. The liquid out of the bottle is a dirty tan/brown color, but once in the glass it is a very dirty brown/mahagony with spots of red towards the top. A nice dark tan foam was on top for a bit before settling down to a nice skim, good retention, no lacing.

S- I was put off initially because I got some tart aroma's reminding me of a Oud bruin and some sour beers, I was left scratching my head, is this a quad? It is, under the tart smells mainly consisting of cherries, more quad like aromas came out with plums, light raisins & figs and a lot of spices. As others have said there is a flat coca-cola thing going on in the background.

T- I got a bunch of cherries in the beginning giving off a slight tartness, but that faded rather quick. The dark fruits are also featured nicely but not overkill, I get plums, raisins, grapes/apple and figs in that order going from more to less. A nice yeasty component giving doughy bread. The spices are actually very up front with many additions. Some residual sugars and toasted malt, alot going on here.

M&D- Slightly tart at first, I let this sit for a few before taking any more sips as tartness is not what I want in my quads, but im not complaining, it makes this "rather unique"(C)-AZ. Becomes very smooth with a good amount of carb felt as heard when I opened the bottle. A bit above medium bodied. The drinkability is insane on this when it warms and the 10% is only very minimally in the feel, although I could feel it in my body. I would love to try a reserva version of this in the future. This is a great quad.

Photo of scifan
4.33/5  rDev -0.5%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Poured from a 11.2oz bottle into a chimay chalice. When I popped the capped it started to slowly foam up out of the bottle however i was able to get into the glass before a lost a drop. A very very gentle pours reveals a nice two finger head that soon settles. Its a very dark chesnut brown with a slightly tan head.
Smells delicious. The first few whiffs are off cherries, fig, and some nice bready yeast aromas. Also getting slight alcohol hints as well
The first sips reveal lovely ripe dark fruit flavors, and sweet candied sugar. Also a slight chocalately flavors with a earthhy woodiness and a peppery spicy finish. And some sips I get this grape soda flavor goin on. All in all a very complex beer.
Lots of carbonation with a clean dry finish. Highly drinkable for 10% beer.

Photo of homebrewhawk
4.08/5  rDev -6.2%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

2007 vintage. 11.2oz brown bottle served in a Chimay chalice. Bottle conditioned. Opened with a big pop. Tons of carbonation, I could only pour half into the glass. Poured a deep copper/mahogany with a lot of big bubbled tan head. Big aroma with lots of dark fruit, spice and some sugar. Very spritzy mouthfeel with all the carbonation. Medium bodied. More spice in the flavor, both the typical yeasty spice and added spice. Seems like there is a fair amount of hops, but that could be the spicieness. There is some dark sugar sweetness in the middle. Long dry finish. This is a nice beer. Very complex.

Photo of ricke
4/5  rDev -8%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

2006 vintage.

A: Very dark brown with a minimal pale beige head that settles instantly and leaves basically no lacings.

S: Sweet malts and lots of fruit aromas (mostly plums and currants). Prominent but mild spiciness. Woody notes, a hint of chocolate and some alcohol. A pleasant and balanced smell, but it's somewhat restrained - it's almost like its character is too round.

T: The taste is basically just more of the same. Lost of sweet malts and rich flavors of fruits (plums, cherries, currants). Dark bread. Hints of chocolate, a general woody flavor and pleasant spices (reminiscent of Christmas spices). Some earthy yeast (that really gets bigger when the yeast sediments are poured into the glass, the yeast in this one really packs a lot of flavors). For some reason, in all the versions if Pannepot I've had, I think I pick up a taste that reminds me of Coca Cola, don't know how to describe it in any other way though. A light, not very tangy, tart note and some grassy hops in the middle. The finish is gently bitter with a decent amount of sweet alcohol and some wood, raisins, cherries and spices.

M: Rather full-bodied, very smooth texture. Mild carbonation.

D: A good beer. Tasty and balanced with a very round character. I really like how well the sweet malts and fruit esters go with the spices in this one. But overall, the flavors are a little restrained and it feels like the beer holds back a little. Turning everything up a notch of two wouldn't hurt it, I think.

Photo of carps12
3.83/5  rDev -12%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

Thanks to Rhinos00 for this generous extra. More than a 1/4 of the beer was missing in the bottle due to shipping.

2007 sample

Poured into my duckrabbit snifter. Surprisingly it is still well carbonated. Loud hiss when I popped the cap. Plenty of visible carbonation in the glass.

Beer is black with a rim of head on the edges and slight bubbles in the middle

Smell is ripe raspberry, lots of clove, and a slight mustiness

Very carbonated, whew! Good mouthfeel.

Finishes with notes of chocolate covered raspberries. Alcohol is barely noticeable, but you feel it quite fast. Some chocolate as well. Finish lasts a long time.

Photo of kels
4.33/5  rDev -0.5%
look: 5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Thanks so much to bamadog for bringing this one out tonight. It's not something I would have picked up off the shelf, but I really ended up enjoying it.

Appearance: After nearly landing on the floor from gushing out of the bottle, the liquid settles in my snifter with a surprisingly huge 3 finger tannish head. The liquid is surprisingly dark brown and the head retains solidly at a 1/2 finger, thick, pillowy and mocha-colored. Huge swathes of lacing coat the sides of the glass. Liquid is completely opaque.

Smell: Smell is tremendously huge and a bit intimidating. Smells tart, yeasty - this isn't a sour, is it? Roasted malts and sweet, sticky fruits (cherries?) come through along with honey and loads of spices like cinnamon. Spice, along with the hot alcohol, actually burn my nose a bit.

Taste/Mouthfeel: Wow- taste is surprisingly way more manageable than the smell. Full-bodied roasted malts come across a little like coffee, along with chewy breadiness, yeast and fruity, syrupy figs or prunes. Warming alcohol spreads throughout the palate and down the throat thanks to the excellent carbonation that gives the feel a nice creaminess. Spices warm along with it, definitely a cinnamon and savory type of taste.

Drinkability: Much higher than it should be for the ABV - the creaminess and balance in the taste really up the drinkability.

Photo of bamadog
4.05/5  rDev -6.9%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 3.5

Split a bottle from 2007 with Kels, poured from the bottle into a tulip glass.

Upon opening the bottle, a huge gasp of carbonation burst forth and a thick fog rolled out for a few seconds before the bottled settled. In reading some other reviews, I see that this has proven to be a gusher in the past, so I feel fortunate not to have undergone such a travesty of justice with what is sure to be an excellent beer.

Appearance: Pours a very dark brown (near coffee in color) with H-U-G-E creamy tan head that is 3+ fingers in depth and takes forever and a day to dwindle to a manageable thick and chewy looking skim on top; a full, thick and foamy lacing clings to the sides of the glass

Smell: Smells predominantly of deep dark sweet fruits -- raisins, plums, figs...; a definite presence of some heavy bready malts makes me think that this is going to be more of a meal than a drink; some spiciness is definitely apparent, but not as prominent as it is some other Quads, and are reminiscent of nutmeg with a slight backing of coriander (which is a little more standard in my experience thus far); slight alcoholic vapor comes in the nose as well.

Taste: First thing I notice is the alcohol as it comes across pretty big and warm; fortunately, the other flavors are quite strong as well and this isn't overwhelmed by the alcohol -- the deep dark fruits come in second and it's really quite like the smell (raisins, figs) and they're really sugary/candy sweet; those dark toasty, bready malts really do keep it "thick and heavy" tasting; spiciness is really subdued in the mouth and adds just a hint of flavor, much more prominent in the nose.

Mouthfeel: Quite warm from the alcohol and the mouth, throat and chest are thoroughly warmed from it; the carbonation is light yet thorough, so the body comes across as lively and smooth, even a little creamy.

Drinkability: Moderate, really... It's such a big beer and the warmth makes it a sipper. I'm glad I split the bottle as opposed to working on this one myself, and sometimes I waffle on this because some big beers like this I feel like I could drink a lot more of, but the warmth just slows me down on this... And besides, it's always best to share.

Photo of beertooth
3.85/5  rDev -11.5%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

2007 vintage.

Poured at cellar temps into a goblet.

Huge bubbly mocha and cinnamon brown spotted head. The body is a very dark ruby brown.

The nose is full of booze and spice. Dark fruit, oak, maybe a little brett. The booze is really harsh.

The first sip burns my tounge with alcohol and prickly bubbles, ouch! Brown spices, green banana, dark dried fruits. Some yeasty breadiness. I'm also picking up on some cola as well.

Mouthfeel is full and bubbly.

My conclusion is that this beer takes a long time to mellow out. I should sit on the other bottles for a few more years. Still tasty, but a bit hard to put down.

Photo of Birdiebeagle
4.53/5  rDev +4.1%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 5 | overall: 4.5

Bottle 2007 Pours a dark brown with a good tan head. The head is fizzy and lasting. Produces good lacing. Aroma is of sweet fruits, oak, and touches of vanilla. Has a good carbonation. Has a slight but good alcohol burn, very mild but a nice touch. The flavor is well balanced. The tastes dance on your tongue like subdued pop rocks. Hasa slick texture. A real good mouthfeel. A solid finish with a good aftertaste. This is just a darn good beer.

Photo of DaveFL1976
4/5  rDev -8%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Had this little guy at the Toranado. 'Twas the first I'd seen it on a beer menu and reckoned that I should give it a try.

It's been a month now since I've had it, so I'm not going to get into the intricate details of my drinking experience, but I will note my general take-away from the beer:

Not as good as I'd hoped.

It was a near-gusher upon opening, and while all the beer was saved and made its way into our glass, the head that seemed so excited to escape the bottle dissipated without haste once it made it into the glass.

Belgian Strong Dark Ales are one of my favorite styles, but this lacked the general smoothness and sip-ability that one hopes for in the style. Instead, it was a bit harsh and off balance.

Let's hope I got a bad bottle. They're the same style, but due to votes, this is ranked above Chimay Blue, which I consider great, but not superb. Based on my sample size of one with the pannepot, I'd rank it as only 'good.'

Same brewer, though... I consider Black Albert to be near the top of my list.

Photo of markaberrant
3.53/5  rDev -18.9%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

2007 bottle

A - started gushing when I cracked the bottle, but I moved very quickly to grab my goblet and didn't lose a drop, very dark, opaque, suspended yeast, insane creamy head (I don't think a strong wind could blow it over), incredible rentention, decent lacing

S - tons of plum (could smell it while pouring), sweet grapes, overall balance is fruity as opposed to spicy, smells pretty good, but not incredible

T - more of that plum up front (I wouldn't call it raisin or fig, a little lighter), spices add complexity, but none of them are strong enough to stand out for me, aftertaste is smooth dark chocolate, alcohol and spice

M - very full in the mouth, but carbonation keeps things "airy" if you will, alcohol is quite prominent, very warm, though smooth

D - Not the revelation I was expecting

This is just ok. The spices make it somewhat unique, but I can't say they make the beer better. This just doesn't measure up to a Rochefort 10, the Gouden Carolus quads, or St Bernardus 12. I tried this a few months ago at a tasting, and was also underwhelmed, but I thought it maybe just didn't stand out in a crowd, but even on it's own, I fail to see what is so great about it.

Pannepot from De Struise Brouwers
97 out of 100 based on 2,081 ratings.