Cuvée de Moor


Barrel Aged Moroccan Quadruple


Behind the walls of several Belgian monasteries there exists a tradition of making strong, dark, rich, fruity beers packed with the flavours and aromas of dark sugar and dried fruit. The strongest of these are often referred to as quadrupels. Our anniversary beer, Cuvée de Moor, takes the dried fruit one stage further and includes a range of Moroccan fruit and dark sugars in the kettle before resting for a year in bretted pinot noir barrels. Raise a glass to our birthday.
Tasting Notes:
Rich aromas of dark sugar, dried fruit and spicy wild yeast give way to a dry fruit and sugar flavoured palate.
Food Matches:
Blue cheese, fruit conserve ,  nuts , dried fruit.
Ingredients: 
Grist: NZ Mild Malt, Special W, Oats, Couscous, Flaked Maize, dark sugar, dates, currants, prunes, sultanas .
Hops: Pacific Jade
Yeast: Belgian Abby 2
Stats:
ABV : 13.3%
IBU: 22
SRM: 28