Down at River North, it’s no secret that we love our Belgian yeast. The esters it produces can lend an extra layer of complexity to any beer, allowing us to blur style boundaries and create tasty new hybrids.
But every once in a while, you gotta throw it back to the classics.
So without further ado, we give you…River North Dubbel!
Our second foray into traditional Abbey-style brews (Quandary Quadrupel was the first), River North Dubbel delivers the dark fruit notes typical of monastic dark beers, backed by a seductive malty complexity and subtle sweetness. Deep yet quaffable, this brew clocks in at 7.4% ABV, offering rich complexity to match its continental counterparts.
River North Dubbel will drop on Saturday, April 20th, at 1pm in the taproom (2401 Blake Street for you newbies). We’ll be pouring drafts and have bombers-to-go. Eighty cases were bottled in total, so the leftovers will hit Denver-area stores the following week.
With a Quad and Dubbel under our belts, only two monastic styles remain unexplored…Tripel and Enkel (single).
Look like we still have some more work to do…