The beer comes in with a nice alcohol content of 9% which is not found as much on the nose or in the taste making it a dangerous beer in that it can sneak up on a person after a few. The design of the beer is done nicely and the website provided some good details on even the enjoyment of the beer and you can find their links below as well. It does pour a nice color with nice white sustaining head that leaves a good amount of lacing behind and you do pick up the usual aromas and taste to be expected of a Belgian Tripel. Overall it provides what one would expect to be on par for a Belgian Tripel which is why I rated it 4.25 out of 5 and Joe was about the same. And if you are unaware, it is owned now by Sapporo which does take it out of the realm of being a craft beer by this. But that being said, it is still worth a try and is one more reason why you can’t just write beers off due to ownership situations. Doing so may cause the missing of actually some good beer out there. Well, there’s a little bit of what we discussed or a quick summary but again, check out the video for the full action. That being said thanks for swinging by to check out another video or post and I look forward to sharing more beers with you in the near future.
Cheers and Keep Drinking Those Good Craft Beers! But, don’t be too snobbish where you miss some of the non-craft ones wither. And remember, local first, independent second and all else third when look for that next pint of brew!
La Fin Du Monde: https://www.unibroue.com/en/our-beers/la-fin-du-monde/3