Karl Strauss 28th anniversary, quad aged in four roses barrels. I love the way that lacquer and carmelized sugar from BALs can dance and denature the clovey underpinning from that Belgian strain and push it decidedly into the deviant realm of BBBws. Four roses is known for their high eye content mash bills and oddly the translation with a quad decadence comes across more akin to brown sugar wheater as a composite. Less spice, more plum and craisins. Creme brûlée shell meets a marzipan sweetness tempered with medium toast American oak profile. For a brewery you may not give a shit about, this was a decadent foray into Adam from the Wood territory, albeit store brand.