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Unibroue Trois Pistoles | Beer Geek Nation Video Beer Reviews Episode 158

This is a beer I have been meaning to get to for months but just haven’t had the chance until now. Another beer from our friends up North this beer is proof that Belgian style beers do not need to come from Belgium to be spot on to the style. Cheers! Strong Belgian type ale similar to a Port wine ! Is as dark as can be, mellow in taste with an aroma of ripe fruits. It can be compared to an old porto and is brewed from well roasted malt. Read More »

Beer Geek Nation presents San Diego Beer Vlog: Trader Joe’s 2010 Vintage Ale Video Beer Review

Unique and limited edition, this Belgian style ale is crafted once a year as a special treat for those of you who appreciate flavorful, bottle-conditioned ales with character. This year’s vintage: a rich, dark and full-bodied ale with a fine and generous coffee-colored, beige foam. It’s ready to enjoy right away and you may also wish to cellar a few bottles. It will evolve interestingly well, developing more complex flavors as the years go by. Keep bottle upright in storage. Best before 9-10-2013. Read More »

Beer Geek Nation presents TMOH: Unibroue Eau Bénite

Brewery: Unibroue Beer: Unibroue Eau Bénite Style: Abbey Tripel Location: Brewed by in Chambly, Quebec, Canada. ABV: 7,7% Rating: 85/100 Website: http://www.unibroue.com/ Belgian type ale with triple fermentation. L’Eau Bénite is a golden ale with a slightly fruity taste and a light spicy aromatic flavor. Ingredients: Malt, corn, hops, yeast, sugar. Read More »

Beer Geek Nation Beer Review: Unibroue Blanche De Chambly

On their fantastic website, Quebec Canada’s brewery Unibroue claims that Blanche De Chambly is “the first refermented white beer brewed according to Belgian tradition in North America.” Introduced in 1992, this witbier has an ABV of 5% and contains 10 IBUs, on par for the style. Blanche De Chambly pours a clear golden color with a fluffy white head. The carbonation is very lively in the beer and the large bubbles stream from the bottom of the glass, giving it a champagne-like quality. This is a bottle conditioned beer containing live yeast that will cloud the color of the beer if they get into your glass. I did not get any cloudiness since the yeast was caked onto the bottom of the bottle. Perhaps it’s an older bottle, but I’m drinking it a couple months before the “best by” date on the label. The ... Read More »

Beer Geek Nation Episode 52: Unibroue’s La Fin Du Monde video beer review

This is far and away one of my favorite Belgian style Triples. Amazingly sweet malt notes blend with a fruitiness and mild spice from the Unibroue yeast strain. This beer is bottle conditioned giving a much more traditional Belgian feel along side similar official Belgian Triples like Chimay White and Westmalle’s Triple. I highly recommend picking up a bottle or 2 of this if you can get it. “The end of the world. The excellence of triple fermentation through a blend of special yeasts gives this malt beverage an exquisitely robust flavor of exceptional refinement.” Read More »