Beer Brief #36 – Bellerose


Brewery – Brasserie de Sources, St. Amand les Eaux, France

Beer – Bellerose

Style – Biere de Garde crossed with a Belgian IPA

ABV – 6.5%

Color – Light copper with long-lasting bright white head

Aroma – Lemon, ginger, herbal spice, cotton candy, chamomile

Flavor – Bready malt, honey, hard to describe strong floral character, green tea, gentle bitterness

Verdict – Wow. This beer’s flavors are hard for me to describe, but I know I like them. It’s the first time I think I’ve had a beer that tasted this “floral” and I’m really enjoying it. I will officially be dubbing this beer my favorite brew to come out of France. Delicious.

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