Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Unibroue Blanche de Chambly

Now we have the witbier of the Unibroue stable, Blanche de Chambly, the white of Chambly. 5% ABV on this spiced Belgian-style wheat ale. Looking back on notes from December, 2003:


Appearance: cloudy, light yellowish color, adorned with a large, thick, pillowy white head.

Aroma: ahhh!, soft, sweet, slightly spicy, citric-fruity, sublimity and sophistication.

Taste: Delightful tingle on the tongue starts it off, a blizzard of citric hop flavor, delivered a tart bite, that is kept in check with ample, smooth maltiness.
Light to medium body, excellent texture, with a warm, happy, flavorful finish.
A richly rewarding witbier, this should please anyone and could suit any occasion or meal.

Great tasting, vast drinkability, exquisite.

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