The Lost Abbey Judgment Day

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7 19 7.32

ÖL 10.5%

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Port Brewing / Lost Abbey

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Skapades 2010-07-06
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A massive beer in every sense of the word. A stronger and more contemplative version of our Lost and Found Ale. Judgment Day is the base beer for our Cuvee de Tomme. Many of the Trappist Breweries produce a version of beer which ages incredibly well for many years to come. And, since none of us knows when the end of the world is coming, we suggest you stock up with lots of Lost Abbey beers so that when the end of the world magically appears from no where, you’ll have a beer or two on hand for even the stingiest of angels. Available in 750ml bottles and on draft at select inspired locations.

The Judgment Day story
The story has been told and we have been warned about this very moment- Judgment Day and the end of the world as we cease to know it. There will be but one instance where the sunny blue pastoral skies turn sickly black revealing the imminent demise of every soul caught between heaven and hell. From the skies the angels of heaven will race to rescue the virtuous souls before the thundering herd of the 4 Horsemen arrive from the depths of hell to claim more than their fair share.

Each of us will ride a wave of terror or relief not knowing from which lot our souls have been cast. It is wholly possible that the Sinners and Saints alike will unite. For sure, each will thrash about in the tumultuous sea of uncertainty not knowing in this abyss whether they bear the mark of the Father or the mark of the Beast himself.

There will be a litany of screams from the departing souls riding bareback on the shoulders of the Black Horse. Each of us will be examined and our lives will be scrutinized. It is decreed and so written. Life as we know it will one day cease to exist. Surely you will stand there having all your questions answered.

Did you believe there would be a Judgment Day? Have you ever thought about what you’ll be doing when the Four Horsemen arrive? Perhaps you’ll be drinking this Belgian Dark Quad styled Ale when they appear? However, since we have no idea when our time will expire or when we’ll be forced to cash in our tickets, we offer this simple advice.

Live an inspired life. Find opportunities in everything to make a difference. Seek out new and spontaneous adventures and when you find them, embrace them as if they were the devil’s song. For an interesting life is one worth living. Challenge yourself to embrace passion, persistence and a motivated way of life. So that when Judgment Day arrives from nowhere, you’ll go out knowing full well that you’ve lived your life on your terms and they can’t take that away from you.

ABV: 10.5%

Tasting Notes:
AROMA: A massive beer in every sense of the word, there are layers of dark malt, alcohol, raisins, and yeast all fighting to be at the forefront. In the end, they cry "Mercy" and settle into a joint role of supporting each other.

TASTE: Abbey style beers often emphasize layers of malt surrounded by yeast driven complexities. Our Judgment Day Ale is the result of lots of fermentables from malt, raisins, and dextrose. There is a very large warming effect from the elevated alcohol levels which ensure your soul will be saved come Judgment Day.

Style Reference: Quadrupel (Quad)

Pair With: Desserts, sweet dishes, or stand alone on its own after meals
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Norton
mer än 5 år sedan (2014-04-09 19:27)
Finns nu att köpa på Broadway i Norrköping (9/4 2014)
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lasseg
ungefär 7 år sedan (2012-09-04 17:22)
Tre år gammal. Då var det till sist bevisat att jänkarna kan göra riktigt, riktigt bra abbot. Spöar många av originalen...
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Norton
mer än 8 år sedan (2011-04-02 15:44)
Någon som kan tipsa mig var jag kan få tag på denna?
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balder
mer än 9 år sedan (2010-08-19 17:52)
når inte riktigt fram till mig. jag håller med föregående talare, för lite kolsyra och för spritig. eller fick jag helt fel ex?
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Myspanda
mer än 9 år sedan (2010-08-13 15:16)
god, men alldeles för lite kolsyra. :(
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Suphårter
nästan 10 år sedan (2009-12-12 20:33)
Smaken är lite som en blandning mellan Urthel Samaranth Quadrium och Amerikansk Ale. Lite humlebeska på denna skulle behövas för ett toppbetyg. Jag tror dock att denna mycket väl kan göra sig bäst i att stå något år? Inte något proffs på sånt, men bara en känsla jag har utav smaken. Så skulle jag ha en flaska på lager hade jag väntat ett år eller något innan jag öppnade den.
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Seb
nästan 10 år sedan (2009-11-21 12:14)
Som färsk är den lite spritig, dock fortfarande väldigt god. Med något år på nacken blir den nog fulländad.
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