The Sixth Glass, a Belgian-style Quadrupel by Boulevard Brewing Co.

Share This Review

The Sixth Glass is a Belgian-style Quadrupel brewed by Boulevard Brewing Co., and for the purposes of this craft beer review, the ale was served in a snifter from a bottle.


The Quad pours a semi-translucent amber-brown and is topped by a thin head of white froth that bubbles down rapidly. The reduction doesn’t leave behind any lace or residue on the glass.


The aroma is faint but boozy with sweet, dark fruits and yeast.

Check Out the Latest News Article

Avery Brewing Co. announced a commitment to share 4,000 cases of Stampede with frontline workers in Boulder County as a thank you for their service. Read More


The complex palate offers dark fruits of fig, prune, and date. They’re blended with Belgian yeast and a touch of mint. Balance is provided with a mild bite noble hops. Its finish is somewhat spicy with phenols of clove and pepper. They’re blended with a taste of booze and toasty bread.


This Quad has rich and smooth feel with a full body and less than moderate carbonation. Finishes dry and warmly.


The appearance for The Sixth Glass was disappointing, but one can live with that. Instead, this brew receives high marks for its decadent feel and subtle complexity in its approachable flavor. And although this brew is a ten percenter, it’s quite easy to tilt back. Boulevard has indeed brewed a superb Quad.


Have You Tried The Sixth Glass?

What did you think? Give a rating, share your opinion in the comments below, or add a link to your own offsite review.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


Latest Craft Beer News

ZēLUS Beer Company Expands Distribution to Pennsylvania

Massachusetts-based ZēLUS Beer Company, creator of a portfolio of functional beers, is expanding into its third state, Pennsylvania, this month. Read More


21st Amendment Brewery Calls For Lender Moratorium

21st Amendment Brewery is urging officials to advocate for commercial lenders to institute a 60-day moratorium on principal and interest payments. Read More


Virginia Beer Company Marks 4th Anniversary With Curbside Can Releases

The Virginia Beer Company marked its 4th anniversary amid a rapid transition to takeaway and delivery services in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Read More