This surprisingly delicious brew from Brasseurs du Monde, one of my favorite local microbreweries, tastes of honey and malt. Though I tend to go for bitter brews, the sweetness of this beer has enough complexity to prevent it from seeming cloying. It is full flavoured, but I wouldn’t have guessed that it is so strong (10.4%), as it doesn’t have a heavy aftertaste. Perfect for a chilly afternoon, and for softening the bitterness associated with a global pandemic.
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