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Brewed by Unibroue (Sapporo)
Style: Saison
Chambly, Canada
Serve in Tulip

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RATINGS: 200   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.36/5   IBU: 13   EST. CALORIES: 150   ABV: 5%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Mild and refreshing Blonde de Chambly has a floral nose and a light citrus bouquet. With its foamy white head and lively effervescence, it is an ideal partner for an unforgettable sensory experience

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3.5
Quevillon (3185) - Boisbriand, Quebec, CANADA - JUL 6, 2010
341 ml bottle purchased at Peluso in Montreal, on July 3, 2010, drank on the 5th. Cream gold yellow, medium head. Fruity yeast aroma, malty sweet spice. Taste of light dry grass, citrus malted yeast, aftertaste of bitter citrus. As saison style goes, it’s good but far from the best, event in Quebec, but for a mass marketed beer it’s is very drinkable!

3.5
Fred82 (2332) - Québec City, Quebec, CANADA - JUN 20, 2010
341ml bottle from Peluso.


Appearance : Clear pale yellow, small head short lived. Not much lacing.


Aroma : Unibroue yeast, coriander. A bit spicy. Light esters.


Taste : Yeast, spices and light esters. Finish spices, coriander. Some wheat it would seem. A bit dusty.


Overall : Not much of a saison. Highly drinkable. Quite light in taste and aroma. I’m a bit disappointed. I was most likely better on tap. Very average beer. Nothing out of the ordinary. Don’t expect a Saison here. More like a Wit to me. Carbonation feels good on the palate.

3.8
Dickinsonbeer (5073) - Hoboken, New Jersey, USA - JUN 6, 2010
Tap at Mondial 2010. This is kind of a pseudo saison, as they appear to have just used their regular canadian/belgian yeast that you can get from Wyeast. Seems like not a typical dupont, blaugies, or thiriez yeast. Pours a nice light clear golden yellow with a nice lasting pure white head and lively carbonation. Aroma is initially doughy wheat notes with doughy yeast, mineral, and light sulfur from being so fresh, then the typical very spicy flowery and grassy unibroue yeast takes over in a mostly good way - the malt is laid back, light doughy pils and a medium bracing cracker and toast note- also some lemon zest. Flavor is light cracker and good pale malt backbone, with a slightly cleaner less yeasty doughiness, but still lots of spicy phenolics from the yeast, almost gets that lavender and peppery kick from the yeast without using outside spices, lemon pepper, flowery, almost a fruity mineral character like raspberry seed, and a lightly tart and fairly dry finish. This was an enjoyable Belgian blond/saison style. if you like their yeast this one is one of the most straightforward beers they have now to showcase it. I just hope the last homebrew Belgian I made with their yeast tastes this good or better. I kinda liked it overall.


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