Fed on an expensive diet of European malt and candi sugar, the Quadraceratops quickly threatened to outgrow the confines of the brewhouse before we could release him into the wilds of Belgium. One day we came in to find that he had started up the brewing system, somehow mashing in a strong wort of the same malt and dark candi sugar he’d been raised on. He dipped one of his horns into the wort to impart a magical yeast. Then he bowed all four horns in our direction, and before we could flee, turned and burst out through the Eastern wall onto the dawn streets of Brooklyn.
Our insurance company is dubious and displeased. We could not be happier. The Brooklyn Quadraceratops is a strong dark abbey ale in the Quadruppel style, complex and fruity without being overwhelming. It’s brilliant with cheeses, works wonders with game meats, and is a revelation with steaks. If you spot the Quadraceratops, approach him with caution. He’s a friendly beast, but still a beast.