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Pannepot - De Struise Brouwers

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Ratings: 1,946
Reviews: 776
rAvg: 4.35
pDev: 9.2%
Wants: 363
Gots: 368 | 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 msubulldog25
4.63/5  rDev +6.4%

Poured from an 11.2 oz./33cl bottle into a snifter. This is the 2006 version, consumed on 3 Aug 2007. I'd never heard of this beer until last September, when I had it on on a couple of occasions in Belgium, most memorably an '04-'06 vertical tasting at Gambrinus in Brugge.

A: An ungodly amount of frothy/creamy ivory foam tops this pour, a careful and slow one. At least three-fingers, with plenty of tiny streaming carbonation. 10 minutes later, the head really hasn't gone anywhere; this has tremendous staying power! Liquid is a deep, chocolate brown, virtually no light penetrating through. Thick, creamy sheets of frothiness - can I go above a '5'?

S: Lovely spiced yeast and dark fruits are bursting from the glass. Cherries are the predominant fruit, followed by dark and syrupy molasses and meadow-fresh clover honey. Candi sugar with cinnamon, clove and nutmeg - there's no way you can't love the smell of a fine Belgian quad...

T: Big, husky/sweet flavors of smoked dark malts, lots of fruit esters and spicy yeast. Toasted nuts, cocoa, sweet fruit (cherries, plums, raisins). Sugary with molasses and reduced, buttery caramel. Not too sweet, not too spicy, well-balanced blend of dark, almost smoky, malt and spice with just enough bittering to keep it from being sticky

M: Creamy but zesty with a steadily rippling carbonation. So silky smooth, with an enveloping medium-full body.

D: Since the first time I tried this, Pannepot was up near the top of my 'favorites' list. Having waited a while to try it, I can easily say it places in my Top 10. A fantastic beer, one that I'm so glad I have access to here in Oregon. I plan to keep these around in the fridge and cellar as it's truly a beer I'd enjoy on special occasions, as well as random ones.

msubulldog25, Aug 04, 2007
Photo of gotbeer
4.97/5  rDev +14.3%

The appearance of this one is a deep dark brown, almost black with reddish highlights around the very edges where the light attempts to pass through.

The smell is slightly estery with molasses and honey.

The taste is incrediible. This one compares with the benchmarks of the style and then some. What a quad can and should be. Molasses, honey, and overly ripe fruit. The taste is intoxicating, and warming. It hides it's ABV well. Chocolate like malt backbone holds up well.

The mouthfeel is overly smooth, and satisfying. The drinkability is high despite the ABV.

This is a quad that came out of the blue like a sucker punch. Incredible. It is up there with St. Bernardus Abt. 12, and Rochefort, and maybe even better. Find this one, and enjoy it. I will go out on a limb, and say this may be the best beer in the world by it's review's some day.

gotbeer, Aug 04, 2007
Photo of genog
4.43/5  rDev +1.8%

poured into a goblet. pours a rich deep, dark brown almost black color. Creamy, frothy light brown head at about 1inch all the way around the glass. Beautiful pour. Smell is yeasty, and dark chocolate. Taste is very smooth, and sweet. Slight carbonation in this one, and it is a very smooth drink. I can't wait to see what the danish version tastes like.

genog, Jul 26, 2007
Photo of Drew966
4.4/5  rDev +1.1%

Pannepot - Old Fisherman's Ale 2006 pours a dark, ruddy brown with a huge creamy tan head that lingers from a brown 11.2 ounce bottle. Dark fruit and spices are in the aroma. The mouthfeel is fairly thick, and seems quite slick. The flavors are intense, I'm particularly struck by the dark fruit, raspberry and cherry perhaps, spices are also noticeable. Dangerously drinkable, the alcohol is noticeable at times, however.This is a very flavorful beer, I think I might like it poured over some vanilla ice cream.

Drew966, Jul 24, 2007
Photo of silver0rlead
4.55/5  rDev +4.6%

Pours a very deep, burgundy tinted brown color with little light penetration and a huge, billowy cola-colored head...impressive. The aroma is equally impressive, with notes of dark fruits (date, plum, fig, grape), dark chocolate, tobacco, and some spices (anise and clove). The flavor is similar to the aroma with big dark fruit character upfront (fig, plum, grape), along with some spiciness and tobacco like earthiness, as well as dark chocolate and a molasses sweetness that balances the spices. The mouthfeel is slightly prickly because of the carbonation but it otherwise pretty good. The drinkability is off the charts here with little alcohol present in the flavor. Overall, an incredible quad, drinkable and complex with little of the booziness that is typical of stateside renditions.

silver0rlead, Jul 23, 2007
Photo of Wildman
4.33/5  rDev -0.5%

This beer poured a very dark, almost black color but maintains a deep amber background. If formed a medium dark bubbly head that coated the glass with lace when it subsided. An aroma of malt, chocolate and molasses. A flavor of malt, chocolate, coffee and molasses. The body is medium style and the finish is sweet, but a touch sprite. A very nice beer.

Wildman, Jul 21, 2007
Photo of Damian
3.75/5  rDev -13.8%

Drank from an 11.2 fl. oz. bottle purchased at Whole Foods, Portland, OR
2006 vintage

Poured a dark and opaque brown/black with an enormous three-finger, frothy, coffee-colored head. I actually had to stop pouring at one point to allow the head to settle and prevent it from overflowing over the edges of the glass. Even as the beer sat, a quarter-inch of foam continually coated the liquid. Thick, heavy blankets of lacing stuck to the glass and left residual spiderwebs long after the beer was finished.

The aroma was fairly delicate for the style. A distinctly Belgian, powdery yeastiness was immediately recognizable. Raisins, brown sugar, maple syrup and some sweet alcohol came through as well. It was not until the end of the drink that these aromas became significantly more pronounced.

The taste was dark, sweet, fruity and much more intense than the nose. I immediately noticed that the alcohol was far hotter than I would have anticipated for 10% ABV. The beer then displayed an intense array of flavors typically found within this style. Raisins, dates, dried currants, spices and oak came through strong amidst a sweet, rummy alcohol quality and a huge, Belgian malt base. Subtle notes of cocoa were noticeable mid-palate before a strong, snappy, spicy alcohol kick appeared in the finish. By the end of the drink, the alcohol had become rather sharp and biting.

Mouthfeel was disappointingly thin for the style with a very fine, lively (yet almost excessive), Champagne-like carbonation. The liquid felt overly foamy and airy on my palate.

Overall, this beer was packed with flavor, yet it was not nearly as smooth or drinkable as some of its counterparts.

Damian, Jul 17, 2007
Photo of jakon
4.45/5  rDev +2.3%

11.2 oz bottle Purchased for $4.49ea. on 6-24-07 from Whole Foods in Portland. Labeled as a 2006, but no actual freshness date. So I pick up 2 of the 3 on the shelf and just hope they've been handled with some measure of respect since leaving the brewery.

There's a neat little blurb on the side of the label which reveals a bit of the history behind the beer. Apparently, a 'Pannepot' is a fishing boat. Now I just need to find out whether or not I'm pronouncing it correctly. Also notes that this beer is unfiltered, unpasteurized and bottle-conditioned. And I wouldn't have it any other way. On to the review-

Upon opening, I smell the cap and recognize the general aroma from a few other belgians I've tried in the past. Reminds me of St. Bernardus abt 12 especially. I also notice that the carbonation has been holding up fine, as there are already bubbles forming at the top of the bottle. More so than most brews, but certainly not a gusher. As I pour, I quickly realize that I'll need to do so very softly if I want to get all 11 ounces into my snifter with enough room for the lively head that is rapidly forming despite minimal provocation. Beautiful. Nice dark brew, with a nice tan chef's hat. I got it all in there and the head is standing tall above the rim of the glass. Picture perfect. Well-behaved yeast stayed at the bottom of the bottle, and there are no floaties. Now I can confidently put the other bottle away and forget about it for awhile.

I set this fishing vessel down on the coffee table and admire for a minute. Waiting for a bit of room to sneak in a sip. The dang head is still standing above the rim 3 minutes later. Nice. Eventually, I'm able to coax out a sip without getting a nose full of foam. Very nice. Rich and fruity. Dark fruits. Like figs and raisins. Bread and spices, and a bunch of other things dancing around in there that I can't identify. Maybe some caramel or something. It's sweet, but very well balanced. I'm not great at identifying individual tastes, especially in some of these Belgians, but there is something in here that reminds me of the Adam from Hair of the Dog. Maybe smoke? A particular spice? Well crafted beer. The alcohol comes through strongly, yet very smooth. Its presence is needed, so as to keep some of the other characters from going overboard, but it doesn't get in the way at all. Everything melds perfectly to create a very interesting overall flavor. This beer shines where a few others of similar style and repute have fallen short, imo.

jakon, Jun 26, 2007
Photo of Cascadia
4.8/5  rDev +10.3%

Good looking beer from the first pour. Bottle condictioned beers are my favorites. Very active carbonation, with a rootbeer-like three fingered head forming very quickly. Smells are complex, first is burnt carmel followed by hints of fig and cherry.

Tastes of brown sugar, carmel, coffee and a slight metalic finish with the yeast picking up the tail. Very complex brew, I'm impressed. Mouthfeel is nice and chewy with a lot of carbonation playing friendly on the tounge.

This is a very special beer. The 10% ABV is very well hidden, almost too well hidden. I find myself wishing this came in a 750 ml bottle, instead of the 11.2 ouncer.


Cascadia, Jun 26, 2007
Photo of drseamus
4.88/5  rDev +12.2%

In my mind, this is tied with Westy 12 for my favorite quad. I'm heading to Belgium in two weeks and I will definitely do a side by side tasting to determine the winner.

A: This is a great looking beer. The perfect amount of mocha colored head topping a very dark brown body. There was some yeast that found its way into the second glass, but the first one was very clear. The head retention is amazing.

S: There are a bunch of aromas emanating from the glass including raisins, prunes, cherries, malt, alcohol, yeasty esters. It is a very inviting aroma and everything is blended nicely.

T: This beer is crazy smooth. It tastes like someone got a blender and threw in raisins, chocolate, dark sugars, prunes and just a touch of alcohol and pressed puree. I can't taste barely any of the 10% alcohol that is in it.

M: Very smooth with low carbonation fits nicely with its medium/heavy body. It has a thick feel, but somehow isn't really a heavy body.

D: This is a phenomenal beer. One of the best I've had in a while. I could drink this all day long.

drseamus, Jun 21, 2007
Photo of jdhilt
5/5  rDev +14.9%

Pours a five-finger+ light tan pillowy head that fades slowly leaving a good lace. Black color. Sweet spicy nose. Light-medium carbonation and very heavy bodied. Flavor is sweet, spicy and complex; high ABV is hidden. Clean finish. I don't see anything wrong with it. $5.20 for a 330ml bottle from Tully's Beer & Wine Wells, Me.

jdhilt, Jun 20, 2007
Photo of Derek
4.58/5  rDev +5.3%

2006 Vintage.

A: Black with mahogany highlights, light tan head, some retention, initially some lacing. The inner cap is covered in sludge?

S: Brown sugar, sherry, dark caramel, light blend of spices, dark fruit & cherries (almost like a Christmas cake), licorous, hints of fusil alcohol.

T: Brown sugar, molases, dark fruit (raisins & prunes), sherry, very light spicing (ginger, vanilla, nutmeg, anise?), hints of dark caramel & chocolate, with a little cola in the aftertaste. The taste is more ginger bread than christmas cake. Modest bitterness, alcohol is extremely well-hidden.

Yeast sediment is chalky and very fruity... almost a pineapple flavour (but not acidic)... I think they had a happy life.

M: Extremely well-attenuated for its strength, modest body for the style, well carbonated, dry finish.

D: Dangerously drinkable at this strength!

Derek, Jun 18, 2007
Photo of BuckSpin
4.72/5  rDev +8.5%

Presentation: 11oz bottle (v.2006, Lot # C-7-AA...whatever the hell that means) in a tulip glass

Interesting...it started to very s-l-o-w-l-y foam out before I could pour, and even pouring as slow as I do a Duvel it still developed a crazy 3 fingers of tight, sticky, thick, sculpted latte stained foam with incredible retention. It looks like a root beer float and I was being as careful as I could! The lacing is clinging & heavy, sculpted, not flat....just beautiful.

Beautiful deeply spiced nose, strong yeasts, its very inviting & invigorating on just the aroma alone. Sweet like treacle or toffee, faint cocoa, rum, warm plumped raisins, anise, fig, sour cherry, even an echo of coconut...an incredible smelling beer. As it blooms it gets sweeter, more fruits, wooden qualities, thick & syrupy like molasses, the alcohol slides thru, cutting the bouquet like a knife. Hue is "black in a good mood", opaque even when held directly to a light with the deepest burnt umber imaginable.

Where do I begin? Incredibly complex with a multitude of flavor experiences. Thick, syrupy sweet malts, peaty with roasted sugars, molasses, stone fruits like dark cherry, raisins, figs, black currant, all adding a level of syrupy sweetness that is dark & rich, not sugary in the least. Imagine a Black Forrest Cake & classic English Xmas Pudding minus all the cream & sugars and thats close. Spices run wild, malts paint the tongue thickly, let crisp and a amazingly easy to drink...its just fantastic.

The alcohol lightens up the part in two ways - it adds some buoyancy to the elixir's thick mouthfeel (even with that slightly crispy crunch) and it "lights" my mouth up with a warm, glowing fire that reaches the roots of my teeth. This is spectacular. It grows thicker, heavier, more oaked & malted on the palate (I can't believe how easy this is to drink...I'm forcing myself to slow down!) it grows more citrusy with orange caramel, finally finishing in a slightly peppery, drier & sharper adieu, leaving a coated, thick, chewy as hell aftertaste radiating (literally) from my mouth & various cranial orifices, echoing of a burnt caramel torte with some flambe style fruity glaze.

Incredible. Just amazing. A roller coaster of a beer with a 300 foot 1st hill and numerous double loops. Without question one of the Top 5 beers I've ever enjoyed. And so easy to drink!! It would take a big, bold, kick ass stinkin' to high heaven cheese to hold up this, which gives me a great excuse to enjoy this again. If you love beer, especially Belgian ales, you must try this. I cannot recommend this highly enough...simply incredible!

BuckSpin, Jun 17, 2007
Photo of hoppymeal
4.58/5  rDev +5.3%

2006 vintage. Pours apple cider colored, quite hazy with sediment, a large light caramel tan head slowly recedes. Aroma is of spices, some appley-ness, belgian yeast, and toasted bread all on top of a soft malty sweetness and hints of alcohol. Taste is a big and rich brown sugary maltiness, some sweet dates, raisins, and chocolate breadiness, a more subtle appley tartness mixes in to balance and leads into a nice drying finish that has a hints of spices and a bite of peppery alcohol. Mouthfeel is medium to heavy, tingles of carbonation mix well with the pepperiness and the malty body. The best quad I have had to date, this beer will no doubt age very well but is drinking very well now. The aroma is good and the taste it incredible.

hoppymeal, Jun 14, 2007
Photo of peabody
4.13/5  rDev -5.1%

Poured into this brandy snifter the tan suds really take off and head for the top.Big bubbles and lots of tiny little bubbles. I poured the thing really slow too. Lacing will occur, it just takes time.
Smell, This one has lots of good spices in it and a sugary plum aroma with lots of sugar caramel in the back. This one is going to be sweet I bet.There is a toffee smell along with blackberry or black cherry.
Taste. Welp, you have to wait on this one for the bubbles to subside. Worth the wait. Licroice and dark cherry and raisin.
You can't tell this is a 10% abv brew.
Mouthfeel is clean and the sugars left in the palate are begging for more tounge washing.
10%, but hey, it is still a fantastic beer.

peabody, Jun 13, 2007
Photo of MrMonkey
4.83/5  rDev +11%

Pours extremely dark brown, almost black, with a thick creamy head. Great lacing.

Smells of chocolate, coffee, and a little caramel. Sweet, but not overly so.

Robust malt flavors with dark fruits, chocolate, molasses, and a little spice rounding out the sweetness. Alcohol is present, but not overpowering.

Mouthfeel is full-bodied, but not too thick.

Easily drinkable, but remember the high alcohol content behind the scenes.

Overall, an incredible beer which I would definitely love to enjoy again.

MrMonkey, Jun 09, 2007
Photo of 4thoseabout2bock
5/5  rDev +14.9%

Pours a much darker color than expected for a Belgian Ale.
Sweet smell.
Flavors of molasses, candy sugar and a little yeast and spice reminiscent of Belgian christmas ales. (some of my favorite beers). Affligem Noel or Delerium Noel on steroids. Yet still deceptively drinkable.

Shelton Bros lists this as a Gruit, and the label says spiced ale, but a Quad is a much better descriptor of the style.

Very strong and sweet, but also has some complexity with the spices.
If you have the chance to try this and you are a quad fan, don't pass it up!

Purchased at West Lakeview Liquors in Chicago on 5/18/07 for 4.99 for 330ml.
Haven't seen it at Sam's.

4thoseabout2bock, Jun 08, 2007
Photo of Tbone
4.28/5  rDev -1.6%

Pours nearly black with a huge and audibly fizzy, tan head.

Smell is black licorice

Taste is quite sweet, with black licorice and cardomon.
The spice is notable and reminiscent of Anchor Xmas spicing, but very smooth and balanced.

Mouthfeel has medium weight with a bit of fizzy carbonation.

Tbone, Jun 08, 2007
Photo of kajerm
4.58/5  rDev +5.3%

Bottle, opens with a delayed champagne-like explosion of foam. Pours dark brown and totally opaque with an absurdly huge thick, cream-colored head that plates the glass with lacing.

The aroma is spicy phenols, banana esters, belgian yeast, toffee, mixed malts, candi sugar, raisins, cinnamon, and bunch of spices that I can't individual discern; maybe a drop of funk as well. Alcohol is not present in the nose. Incredibly complex.

Opens up with malty/candi sugar sweetness that grows mid-palate as spicy phenols and fruity esters come in. Mid-to-late palate, surprising imperial stout-like notes come in-- coffee, chocolate, and just a drop of astringency. These flavors hang around and combine with the estery yeast-derived flavors to create a really bizarre (but good) lingering aftertaste. The stouty aspect of this beer reminds me a lot of a better-executed de dolle export stout. I can't taste the booze anywhere here.

The mouthfeel is moderately thick and chewy, ideally suited to flavor profile, and not so thick you have to eat it with a spoon.

Drinkability is great for a style that is obviously intended for sipping-- no less drinkable than Rochefort 8 or other lighter BSDAs, and way more drinkable than the other quads I've had.

I'll need another bottle to re-evaluate, but as of right now this is far and away the best quad I've ever tasted.

kajerm, Jun 03, 2007
Photo of DaPeculierDane
4.83/5  rDev +11%

Many thanks to MSUBulldog, a very generous Portland BA, for this sample.

Pours with extremely aggressive carbonation. Watch out or you may lose some of this fine concoction all over your counter as the head just goes crazy. Dark Brown body with a very thick and robust tan head. Great lacing. AN absolute winner. Head is very stable and lasting.

Aroma is surprisingly smoky. Liquorice rises next. Pretty soon lots of lovely candy, booze soaked cherries, raisons, and loads of generic tropical fruit smells excite the olfactory. This is not as fragrant as a quad like St. Bernie but it sure is lovely.

Flavor is better. Just perfect. There are so many tropical fruits in here and even more spice. Robust and intense, loaded with dark malt, cherries, and plums. Next I taste cola candy, those little gummi candies in the shape of coke bottles. Wood and smoke too. Wow. This is so damn good, damned near perfect.

Mouthfeel/Drinkability: Slightly warming and fun from the spice. Medium to full bodied but not in anyway that detract from drinkability. This one is a perfect drinker. I want more of this!!!

Far too complex and delicious to fit everything into one review after just one bottle. Will need many more samples to gauge the full spectrum of flavors that this beer had to offer.

DaPeculierDane, Jun 03, 2007
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4.1/5  rDev -5.7%

A bottle I had the pleasure of sharing with fisheman34 on an evening of great beers, this was the fifth in a series of strong brews! Poured into a snifter.

1/4 inch head on top of an extremely murky dark brew, mild carbonation and nice lacing. Aromas of ginger, brine, dark fruits, especially plums, strong caramel, floral with a light peppery note.

Taste is of milk chocolate, caramel, juicy fresh plums, herbal liquorice flavours, and a coffee roastedness way in the back. Lovely. Mild carbonation in the mouth with a lighter body than I was expecting, for such a hefty beer. So much alcohol in this one but so good, more than a couple would be a stretch, but not because of how amazing the beer is. This was truly a pleasure to drink.

trevorwideman, May 21, 2007
Photo of Dukeofearl
4.88/5  rDev +12.2%

$4.99 at Holiday Wine Cellar in Escondido, CA. in March 2007, tasted in March and again in May. Also, thoroughly enjoyed at Dickie's Bar in Brugge, Belgium in April, 2007.

Upon recommendation of The LongBeachBum, I was happy to find this one in Escondido recently. Without that suggestion, I would have walked right past, and my Total Life Enjoyment Score would have been reduced dramatically. Just to pound that fact into my head, a completely random meeting with Ratebeerian Joe at Erasmus in Brugge and a second somewhat less random meeting with him at Dickie's gave me a second recommendation and another chance to love this beer (thanks, Joe- I owe you one!).

OK, too much about how I found this beer and not enough about the beer itself.

I'm not going to do my standard appearance/ smell/ taste/ mouthfeel/ drinkability description- some beers transcend that analytical approach. This is one top-line, must-have incredible life enjoyment experiences. Beautiful black beer with lots of carbonation, rich full aroma and taste to match. Rich dark Mexican hot chocolate, coffee, vanilla bean, nutmeg, dark fruits (dates and candied cherries) rum-soaked cakes, port wine, on and on just meld together in incredible combinations. A different flavor experience in every mouthfull. And I am saddened by the 10% alcohol (hints certainly exist, but overall very well hidden), because it means I can't go drink more. But I sure want to!

An exceptional beer- don't pass it by.

Dukeofearl, May 20, 2007
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4.33/5  rDev -0.5%

Absolutely awesome beer. A 330ml bottle poured into a tulip glass. It was dark brown in color with a huge, airy tan head. The head retained quite well, so I waited a while to stick my nose in it. Spicy, dark fruit aroma. Nice fruity taste, not as spiced as I thought it would be, and a huge malt presence, both coffee and chocolate. Very smooth. I would consider this a sipping beer.
Thanks to Todd the beer guy at McKean and Charles for getting me to try this. I'll be having many more.

lordofthewiens, May 19, 2007
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4.15/5  rDev -4.6%

I bought a couple bottles of this several months ago (2006 edition), and just now remembered they existed. The price was around $6 per bottle I think.

I chose a Chimay chalice for this beer, and it looked really good, a perfect 5. The beer was dark brown with a massive tan head, very fine bubble consistency, lacing the glass as the head s-l-o-w-l-y dissipated. The aroma was really promising too, I could smell all kinds of dark fruits, some chocolate, and a hint of sour Flemish ale. I waited a long time for the foam to reach about 1/4 inch, then tasted it. Against all expectations the first flavor was coffee. Then came the dark fruit (something similar to plums, raisins, or figs) and a little burning alcohol at the end. The dinkability is maybe not too high, as I tended to take it slow with this beer.

Lots going on, this is definitely a slow-sipping beer or a dessert beer.

TurdFurgison, May 18, 2007
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4.38/5  rDev +0.7%

Poured into a large tulip glass a near pitch black with only a hint of ruby when held up to the light,a big blooming toasted almond colored head atop leaving globs of soapy-like lace behind as it settles very very slowly.Spiced aromas abound here notes of vanilla and clove really show up front lighter orange peel and pear appear as well,full near chewey mouthfeel almost makes it seem like dessert in a bottle for me.Complex flavors starting out with that vanilla mentioned before with a cola-like presence slightly clovey but not overly done with a brown sugar sweetness rounding out the finish.A very nice brew big on flavor just well crafted.

2006 bottle.

oberon, May 16, 2007
Pannepot from De Struise Brouwers
97 out of 100 based on 1,946 ratings.