These are beers currently on tap in our Tasting Room – updated hourly

Single In The Sun

Belgian Style Single Ale

Available in bottles
ABV IBU
4.5% 20
Single In The Sun label While Belgian monks have brought us boldly flavored and high octane beers such as Tripels and Quadrupels, the beer that they are most likely drinking themselves is a Singel or Patersbeir. Like those monks, at Barrel of Monks you’ll likely see us enjoying this clean and refreshing beer regularly as there is always something to be done and staying on as even a keel as possible is key. It’s both the perfect beer to begin your quest into the world of Belgian Ales and an ideal choice after a long day of toil and trouble.

Abbey Terno

Belgian Style Dubbel

Available in bottles
ABV IBU
7% 24
Abbey Terno label Charmingly tweaked from the Latin term Ab Aeterno which translates to “from eternity” or “since the beginning” depending on who you ask, Abbey Terno is our version of the abbey style Dubbel. This timeless brown beer makes liberal use of delicious Belgian candi sugar that adds notes of toffee, dried fruit, just a hint of chocolate and is dry and sessionable even at 7% ABV.

Three Fates

Belgian Style Tripel

Available in bottles
ABV IBU
9% 28
Three Fates label Possibly the most well known and timeless style of Belgian Abbey Ales is the tripel. In keeping with that tradition we use only the finest European malts and hops to craft Three Fates. The nose offers floral notes and zesty yeast aromas. Hints of stone fruits, caramel, and spices accompany this full flavored golden yellow ale. This complex beer pairs extraordinarily well with food and can be aged for years for those people that practice patience.

Quadraphonic

Belgian-style Quadrupel

Available in bottles
ABV IBU
10.5% 32
Quadraphonic label The quadrupel is the grandaddy of the Abbey style ales. Typically, they are dark, strong ales bursting with flavors such as dark fruit, chocolate and raisins and our Quadraphonic is no exception. This dense beer hides its 10.5% ABV well with a deep brown color and a long rich finish. The Quadraphonic is a beer designed for celebration and decadence.

Wizard

Witbier

Available in bottles
ABV IBU
5.5% 14
Wizard label Slightly bready with the bitter tang of orange peel and coriander spice

2020 Super Wizard

Belgian Style Wheat Wine

Available in bottles
ABV IBU
10%
2020 Super Wizard label

Nuance

Farmhouse Ale

Available in bottles
ABV IBU
6.5% 20
Nuance label The farmhouse ale is a unique category of beer. They can take the form of super funky saisons, full of earthy or even horsey aromas and flavors (horsey tastes better than it sounds, rest assured!). On the other end of the spectrum, you have the clean refined flavors of zesty spice and light, tart citrus. Our Nuance is very much in latter category, dry and effervescent with subtle spice notes that blend seamlessly with light floral hops. Neither big nor bold, it is a little more…nuanced.

Owen

Tequila Barrel-Aged Belgian Style Tripel

Available in bottles
ABV IBU
10%
Owen label Owen is our Three Fates aged in tequila barrels. This beer spent several months in barrels and has picked up some spicy notes with pleasant oak and tequila character. Owen is named after a dear friend who loved good tequila and good beer and we think he would have liked this beer a lot. We hope you do as well. Cheers!

Lime in the Cocomonk

Belgian Style Saison with Lime & Coconut (Collab w/ Saltwater & 3Sons)

Available in bottles
ABV IBU
7%
Lime in the Cocomonk label

Single in Havana

Belgian Style Single Ale with Guava

ABV IBU
4.5%
Single in Havana label

1801 Koffie Saison

Belgian Style Black Saison with coffee

ABV IBU
6.5% 22
1801 Koffie Saison label Need a jolt?! We start 1801 Koffie Saison with a Black Saison and feed it a healthy dose of whole bean coffee from our local friends at Subculture Coffee from Delray Beach, Florida.

Strawberry Beret

Belgian-Style Pale Ale w/ Strawberries

Available in bottles
ABV IBU
5% 28
Strawberry Beret label Far from being a fruit juice, this is a subtle and well-balanced amber ale with hints of caramel malts, phenolic spice and strawberries. We did use copious amounts of strawberries, however at Barrel of Monks we never want the fruit to out shine a great beer.