This white beer, brewed by Brasseurs du Monde, has a wonderful fruitiness and light acidity on account of being flavoured with black and green tea, and also rooibus. Though it’s a white beer, it doesn’t possess the heaviness characteristic of most white beers. Instead, it comes off as light and refreshing. Its alcohol percentage of 5.4 also comes as a surprise; I would have expected it to be in the four-point-something range. This is an excellent beer for summer, and I, for one, will definitely be purchasing it again.
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