Category 12 Brewing, Induction Dubbel

Category 12 Brewing Induction Dubbel Review


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  • Brewery: Category 12 Brewing Co.
  • Beer Style: Belgian Dubbel
  • Pros:

    A smooth and delicious Belgian Dubbel with subtle dried fruit tones

  • Cons:

    The fruit notes are more subdued than similarly styled beers

  • Conclusion:

    A reasonably mellow, and rather tasty Belgian Dubbel.

Category 12 Brewing Induction Dubbel ReviewCategory 12 Brewing, Induction Dubbel Review

The Induction Dubbel is a winter, seasonal offering from Category 12 Brewing. This big, Belgian style beer is brewed with dark candi-syrup made in-house at the Victoria (Saanich) based brewery. From the bomber bottle this seasonal beer pours as a dark, reddish-chestnut colour topped with two, thick fingers of heavily lacing head. An aroma of dark dried fruit, caramel sweetness and a rich brown sugar note. The beer has a big and creamy body with a a very smooth texture. The flavour is big on brown sugar sweetness with a light prune and raisin tones. On the finish, a light booze taste is joined with the slightest of hop bitterness that lingers next to the complex sweetness of the beer.

Alcohol – 7.5%
IBU – 19
Size – 650ml Bomber Bottle


Category 12 Brewing Induction Dubbel Review Category 12 Brewing Induction Dubbel Review

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