Sierra Nevada Ovila Quad beer

Sierra Nevada Ovila Quad

Quadrupel · 10.4% ABV · ~360 calories

Sierra Nevada Brewing Company · CA & NC

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  • Eddie's Roadhouse

    224.3 miles away · 18 Main Street, Warwick, NY 10990

    Restaurant · Menu Updated: 10/18/2019

    12oz Draft $9

  • Beverage Plus 2

    224.4 miles away · 17 South Street, Warwick, NY 10990

    Beer Store · Menu Updated: 10/16/2019

    12oz 4 Pack Bottles $14.99

  • Connolly Beverage

    232.6 miles away · 367 Hempstead Turnpike, West Hempstead, NY 11552

    Beer Store · Menu Updated: 10/11/2019

    25oz Bottle $10.99

  • Bellmore Beverage

    237.2 miles away · 1377a Newbridge Road, North Bellmore, NY 11710

    Beer Store · Menu Updated: 10/13/2019

    12oz Bottle $4.50

  • Copperfield's Pub

    241.6 miles away · 93 Clinton Street, Montgomery, NY 12549

    Bar · Menu Updated: 10/15/2019

    10oz Draft $6 · 32oz Draft $14

  • Amity Wine & Spirits Hamden

    291.2 miles away · 3300 Whitney Avenue, Hamden, CT 06518

    Beer Store · Menu Updated: 09/19/2019

    12oz 4 Pack Bottles $12.99

  • Shores Canteen Liquor

    370.6 miles away · 30631 Jefferson Avenue, Saint Clair Shores, MI 48082

    Beer Store · Menu Updated: 09/18/2019

    12oz 4 Pack Bottles $12.99

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Beer Description

Ovila Abbey Quad is rich and complex with layers of flavor including notes of intense dark fruits, and caramel-like maltiness.

A collaboration between Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. and the monks at the Abbey of New Clairvaux, Ovila Abbey Quad brings the centuries-old monastery brewing tradition to America.Rich and complex, this ale should be shared among friends in the true spirit of the season. A portion of the proceeds from this ale goes toward the restoration of the historic Santa Maria de Ovila chapter house on the grounds of the Abbey of New Clairvaux. This medieval building stood for nearly eight centuries in Spain. William Randolph Hearst purchased the monastery in 1931 and planned to use the stones for a castle even grander than his famous San Simeon. Although Hearst’s plans crumbled, these historic stones will rise again in a California Cistercian abbey.

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