Block 15 releases ‘The Prophecies’ Belgian-style Quadrupel in Bottles

Corvallis, Oregon’s Block 15 Brewing has released their winter seasonal from the Abbey Series ‘The Prophecies’ in bottles this week.  This Belgian-style Quadrupel Ale will be available bottled and on tap from December through February—with distribution to bottle shops, beer bars, and specialty markets around Oregon and parts of Washington.

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Bottle conditioned in the Belgian tradition, The Prophecies is designed to be enjoyed both freshly bottled and cellared.

About The Prophecies
Inspired by one of our favorite beers brewed in the Ardennes Mountains, this strong ale was brewed in
the shadow of the Cascade mountain range with European specialty malts and dark Belgian candi
sugar—a rich blend that hints at dark fruit and Dutch cocoa with a balanced, warming finish.
Grains: 2-row, Pilsner, Munich Light, Munich Dark, Pale Wheat Malt, Monastique, Chocolate, Special B
Adjunct: Belgian Dark Candi Sugar
Yeast: Trappist High Gravity
ABV: 10.25%
FG: 1.012

The Prophecies is available in 500mL bottles, featuring artwork from artist Patricia Smith.

About Block 15 Brewing Company
Offering unique hop forward ales, crisp lagers, traditionally brewed abbey beers, barrel-aged rarities,
and one of the Northwest’s most extensive wild and sour programs, Block 15 produces a range of
artfully crafted beers, brewed with a nod toward fresh ingredients and fresh thinking. Established in
2008, and brewer-owned from day one.


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