Quadrupels are not a mainstay at Victory Brewing Co., but the brewery has just released a new one.
According to a press release, the new beer is named Hoppy Quad, which as its name implies is a “bright and bold” Belgian-style quadrupel that comes in at at 13 percent ABV and is brewed with cascade, chinook, citra and mosaic hops. This is only the second time the Downingtown, Pa.-based brewery has released a quadrupel in bottles, with the last example being V Twelve (12 percent ABV) in 2011.
“We had as much fun thinking about and making this as we did sampling the first batch,” said Bill Covaleski, Victory’s president and brewmaster, in a press release. “True lovers of the Belgian quadrupel process, fans of V Twelve and even those new to the flavors of craft beer are certain to enjoy all the flavors this new brew brings to our family of Victory products with its bold assertiveness.”
Victory’s Hoppy Quad is packaged in 750ml bottles ($9.99) and is available now across the brewery’s 36 state distribution footprint.