two Édition 2004 extra-strong Belgian-style pale ale, conspicuously
absent from their website for some reason (90
- Blanche de Chambly, a good white beer (86)
the classic Unibroue beer, a Belgian-style strong dark ale (90)
- Fin du Monde, Belgian-style strong pale ale (91)
brewed with whisky malt — not an everyday drinker but an
interesting change (86)
- Eau Bénite, a
lighter strong pale ale (87)
- Don de
Dieu, a triple wheat and the only one other than the Édition
I’ve never tried (90)
- Trois Pistoles, a strong dark ale which is one of my favorites and easy competition against Belgian beer (90)
- and three flavours of Éphémère, their fruit-based white ale: peach, apple and blackcurrant. I’m not a huge fruit beer fan, but it’s a nice change sometimes. (86).
Plus there’s a 750ml corked bottle of abbey-style Terrible (90),
although the other bottle of it hadn’t sealed tightly at the cork and
was sadly flat. And a 6-pack of McAuslan St Ambroise Oatmeal
Stout (91), one of my favorite stouts.
I keep telling myself I should branch out more in beer, but with so many
fantastic world-class beers being made right next door, why not stay
close to home? Merry beermas!