This is another special brew from St. Ambroise.
When you see this special packaging, you know that you will get quality. A very smooth beer, with lots of flavour going on. I would cellar a few of these and try them 8-10 months later. This has the traits of an amazing brew.
Made with a blend of wheat and barley malts, including Munich malt, this unfiltered ale has a lovely deep-orange colour, rich maltiness, hints of caramelized fruit that recall plum pudding, and a surprisingly crisp, balanced finish provided by classic Goldings hops.
Serve St-Ambroise Vintage Ale between 13 ºC and 15 ºC, preferably in a port glass or brandy snifter. Also, this vintage ale will improve with age for a number of years. Store in a cool, dark place.