We went for a hike and tried some other beers from Brasserie Breughel from Kamouraska.
Further along the same hike as the Geuze beer from Brasserie Breughel in Kamouraska. We tried the strong version of the white wheat ale. Instead of the 4.8%, this is a monster at 7%. So it will be interesting to see how it faired.
We review this dry hopped summer style beer from Quebec. What I found was that the smell & taste reminded me of grass and hay cultivated from the farms of the st-Lawrence river.
This is a double IPA (DPIA) Joseph Bellarmin, 8.5% ABV. We don’t know if it was the bottle, but the carbonization didn’t seem right as compared to the other DIPA we’ve tried recently.
Nice 9% strong golden belgian style beer from Ile d’Orleans. This is their summer seasonal beer, being high alcohol we were expecting something lighter but with some carbonization.
Named after the first Canadian born Catholic Bishop, this is a strong ale, 7.5% extra stout made from fortified barley. The beer poured BLACK, this has one of the darkest beers we’ve ever tried, even darker than their chocolate vanilla.
We sample a blueberry beer from Boréale, mainly from products from Quebec. This doesn’t look like a beer, more like a fritzy fruit drink with the blueberry coming in so slightly. Very subtle beer taste. Drink this ice cold on a hot summer day and this ends up being a very refreshing brew.