Quads are one of my favorite styles, even if they are hard to find around here. My experience is limited to Three Philosophers, Trappistes Rochefort 10, and Blvd Sixth Glass. And really it's more like Three Phils and Sixth Glass as I've only had one bottle of the Rochefort 10.
For me the Quads aren't really something I would want to have just as a drink by itself. They are best when paired with food, especially a cheese like Gouda or Havarti. Owing to my less sophisticated upbringing, and the fact I live in a BBQ hotspot, I also like to have some Sixth Glass along with beef brisket that I run through my smoker out back.
I don't see any reason that the others wouldn't work well with meals consisting of smoked meats. I think it's the malty sweetness and alcohol warmth and spicyness that works fantastically well with the nutty flavor from the wood and the spice notes from the rubs used to make BBQ, especially around here(KC area).
For me, I'll take the Rare Vos anyday over La Fin. Not trying to rag on La Fin, just find that I like Rare Vos that much more. In your case there Dyz, it's twice as expensive, but to me it's not twice as good. I still would pony up the dough to get it though as it's a really solid beer.
You know it's going to be a good day when you open up your mailbox and find out the previous tenant was a playboy subscriber
Dallas Stars Team Coverage
Dallas Stars Prospects Coverage
Friday Night Studs And Duds
Common Sewer of good beer