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Brewed by Les Brasseurs du Petit Sault
Style: Amber Ale
Edmundston, Canada

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RATINGS: 14   MEAN: 3.28/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.2/5   ABV: -
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According to Nadeau family keepsakes and archeological digs, Bélonie Nadeau was Louis XVII, France’s lost little red-haired prince. His parents would have sent him over to save him during the Revolution. His disappearance continues to intrigue the world over, but the answer might be found in our backyard. True or not, we figured he deserved to be honoured with a royally great beer!

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3.5
DuffMan (10665) - the land of bitumen, beef & beer, Alberta, CANADA - JUL 3, 2017
Small stubby bottle. Reddish amber, clear, with a lively off white head that retains beautifully. Caramel with nutty and fruity notes, medium bodied, dry peanut skin finish. A solid amber ale.

2.6
AlainG (2361) - Montréal, Quebec, CANADA - AUG 15, 2016
Elle est ancrée tirant sur le rubis. Un mince voile la recouvre. Le nez et de caramel et de fruits. Les saveurs sont identiques aux arômes. Une bière sans grandes qualités, sans défauts non plus, à part le fait qu’elle soit des plus ordinaires et ennuyeuses. (1895-020816)

3.6
jksipa (1018) - Newmarket, Ontario, CANADA - MAY 31, 2016
Bottle from NB Liquor. Slightly hazy deep red under a generous off white head that leaves a ton of lace. Nose is rich malts with some grass and a touch of dark fruit. Flavour is sweet and fruity with just light bitterness. Mouth is medium and creamy with average carbonation and a sticky finish. Nice amber. 7/4/7-/4-/14

4
Hidden_Pooch (518) - Stratford, Prince Edward Island, CANADA - APR 23, 2016
Pours a beautiful rusty brown with nice white head. Aroma is nutty, biscuit, raisin and toffee. Tastes of nuts, biscuits, raisin and toffee. Has a lively carbonation and medium smooth body with a raisin aftertaste. Very underrated beer.

4
Bierdimpfe (640) - Quebec, CANADA - FEB 9, 2016
Bright copper color. Weak half a finger beige head lasting around a minute. Average legs and some strong activity. Aromas and flavors of toffee, citrus, fruits, floral and herbal spices. Well intensified taste of sweet caramel still with some sharp citrus and slightly spicy, almost a saaz feel. Light body with perfect subtle carbonation. Well balanced finish ending with a pleasant earthy and fruity smoky clove like after taste. Overall : Delicious taste and smell, good freshness and accessible being very well balanced. Only lacking visually and a little thin.

3.4
xXbaptisteXx (235) - - NOV 29, 2015
De couleur ambrée foncée avec de légers reflets caramel Au nez va sentir des arômes maltais caramélisé et même légèrement mielleux En bouche on va la sentir assez plate avec des saveurs de céréales grillées de caramel de noix Elle a une bonne amertume C’est une assez bonne bière mais je trouve qu’elle manque un peu de gaz

4
BrewGoblin (632) - Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, CANADA - SEP 15, 2015
Louis XVII is a pretty dang faboo Amber. Without a doubt, this has an undeniably Francophone spin on it, sort of like a Vienna Lager that went on a trip through Belgium and France. With dashing good looks, this clear red beer hauls me in for a closer inspection; Notes of brown bread, toffee, bubblegum, raisins, light basement musk and toasted almonds are my discovery. Matching seamlessly is the taste, delivered by a dryer mouthfeel than expected but leaving plenty of residual malt sweetness to enjoy. Petit-Sault has, in this brew, something to be proud of and to help "Amber Ale" as a sadly suffering category peppered with lackaday sameness.

2.9
Metalchopz (3530) - Cantley, Quebec, CANADA - SEP 12, 2015
Small cute bottle purchased at NB Liquor on my way to Nova Scotia. Pours a clean copper colour with a warm-beige head, average retention and nice thin creamy lace. Caramel aromas with nuttiness and some grassy hops giving a bit of a metallic touch. This also appears in the taste, but less well-balanced making this beer not taste too good. Luckily smells good. Not one I would have again.

2.2
yourilevesque (1865) - Montréal, Quebec, CANADA - SEP 11, 2015
Bière ambrée aux reflets de caramel bien translucide. La tête de cette bière est très éphémère et ne laisse qu’un simple anneau blanc quelques secondes à peine après le service. Nez de Pils avec un bon niveau de torréfaction, de caramel et même d’un certain alcool. En bouche l’effervescence est très prononcée et une attaque levurée à outrance m’agresse d’une manière très déplaisante. C’est fongique, très amer et rond, le tout dans un déséquilibre qui ma foi, s’accorde beaucoup mieux avec le drain qu’avec mes papille.

3
plaugher (491) - Nova Scotia, CANADA - SEP 10, 2015
341ml stubby into a chalice. Pours a deep amber with a half-inch off-white head, some lacing. Nose of rich caramel malts, flavour is thin and bland, very light on the palate. Was hoping for something a little richer.


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