- Price (4 pack): $10
- Style: Belgian-Style Quad (N/A IBU)
- ABV: 9.5%
- Brewery: True Vine Brewing
- Location: Tyler, TX
Brewery Insights: Sanctimonium is a bold ale with fig and cherry flavors balanced with a heavy, malty base.
Overall Score: 7.5
Sanctimonium is a deep, dark brown color. The palate is consistent with the appearance as you experience bold flavors with intense malts and light bitterness. Sanctimonium brings excellent complexity as the profile alters from start to finish. The fig tasting notes are noticeable and pair well with the delicious malts. The flavors exceed the 9.5% ABV, which says a lot about this beer. Sanctimonium is intended for Degenerates seeking a bold ale, and the only drawback is you’ll only want one of these.
Sanctimonium is like a cask strength bourbon; it’s packed with flavor and people with shitty palates won’t be able to drink it. Belgian-Style ales are all over the place, but this beer deserves to have ‘quad’ in the description and represents the 9.5% ABV with conviction. This is a badass beer to enjoy on the patio with a cigar on a spring evening or one that will warm you up on a winter night. It earns the egotistical title, since it’s superior to other Belgian ales (yes, we had to Google the definition of sanctimonious). Cheers Degenerates!
You can find Sanctimonium on the following Degenerate listings:
- Belgian-Style Reviews
- Texas Reviews