Brewed by Colin and Christel in celebration of their recent marriage, the happy couple wanted their guests to experience the Tightest of Nuptials (B9-9, IYKYK) - and thus TOIT NUPS was born. Paying homage to their ceremony in the ruins of a former Trappist monastery, a traditional Trappist-style Quadrupel Ale was used as the base style - similar to what Trappist monks still brew to this day in Belgium. To dial the celebration up to 11, the finished beer was aged on four different kinds of oak and Calvados (apple brandy). Now, we're wondering if those nups maybe were TOO toit...
Oak-Aged Belgian Quad
Trappist High Gravity