The Abbaye de Maredsous is a Benedictine abbey in Denee, Belgium. These beers are brewed and bottled by Duvel Moortgat.
6 Blonde - This 6.0% ABV beer pours a dark golden-orange. There is a tall half-inch of thick, foamy, creamy head that is just off-white in color, which leaves sticky lacing of inconsistent densities down the glass. The aroma is fruity and malty, almost whiskey-like, without the alcohol burn. The taste is malty, rich barley grain, along with an apple-pear-plum fruitiness. Tasty, rich, yet drinkable, very enjoyable.
8 Brune - This 8.0% ABV beer pours a medium to dark brown in color, translucent and ruby if held to the light. There is a short half-inch of thick, foamy and creamy head that is very light brown in color. The aroma is sweet yet tart, like fruit, dark caramel, roasted malt with a fruity yeastiness. The taste is dark roasted and toasted malt, sweet, burnt caramel, fruit. Very flavorful and rich, yet very drinkable.
10 Triple - 10% ABV beer pours a burnt dark orange-amber-copper in color, and slightly hazy. There is a tall quarter-inch of just off whtie foam that is creamy and thick. The aroma is fruity, sweet yet tart. There is a bit of the whiskey/whiskey-sour like quality, without any alcohol burn. The taste is burnt caramel malt, floury scone, some fruitiness. This is amazingly drinkable for a 10% alcohol beer.