In 2002, when the SAQ requested an exclusive new high-end product, Unibroue responded with Terrible. Given its dark colour and 10.5% alcohol content (a first for Unibroue), they knew that this Belgian quadruple-style ale might very well be greeted with reticence.
So they gave it a name that would evoke terror and worry, but also something extraordinary, formidable and awe-inspiring. From here on out, no other beer can ever be called Terrible.
RICH NOTES OF FRUITS AND SPICES WITH A STRONG PRESENCE OF MALTED AND ROASTED CARAMEL.
CARAMEL AND ROASTED MALT WITH SUBTLE FRUIT FLAVORS AND MADEIRA WINE NOTES. A WARM ALCOHOL FINISH.
Color: DARK BROWN WITH CARAMEL HUES
Head: THICK AND PERSISTENT
Aftertaste: PLEASANT, LINGERING