We try out a deep dish pizza using the cast iron dutch oven. We got two parts to this: the crust & toppings to prepare. I tried to get everything done in the dutch oven, but you’ll need a few bowls. The dough is pretty simple and can be made after you’ve lit the coals.
We try out the second of the initial release beers from Brasseurs du Petit Sault from Edmundston, New Brunswick – Bob LeBoeuf. This is a 5.2% ABV Belgian Blonde Ale. Hoping to get some earthy notes, a little sweetness etc..
Drinking bottle 3101 out of 4000 of this dark amber ale brewed using the old method of putting hot stones into the wort! Coming in at 6.5% ABV, this 750ml bottle is in limited supply in Nova Scotia & New Brunswick with a price tag of 14$. Dark Amber Ale.
I am trying out the first beer launched by Brasseurs du Petit-Sault, from my hometown area. This was launched during the spring of 2014, just in time for the Congrès mondiale acadien 2014. This is a Belgian White beer, so I was expecting something like Blanche de Chambly, Allagash White; something like that since they… Continue reading Brasseurs du Petit Sault – Tante Blanche