From Chambly Quebec’s Unibroue comes the “La Résolution 2015″ a Belgian Strong Dark Ale. The beer pours a deep brown colour with a beige head. The aroma consists of toffee, sweetness, dark fruits and gingerbread. The flavour is of toffee, dark fruits, anise, roasted malts, caramel, gingerbread with a sweet finish. The alcohol content comes in at 10% with an IBU of 21.5. I haven’t had a Unibroue beer for a while and this was the right one to come back to! The flavour was great and really works in the winter months.
Commercial Description: La Résolution is a dark ale with spicy character inspired by a recipe our brewmaster Jerry Vietz created for his friends. At 10% alcohol, its spicy caramel aroma evolves on the palate into pleasant and complex notes of toffee with reminiscence of a tasty gingerbread. The perfect balance between spicy, caramel and roasted malt flavours is complemented by a nice roundness and persistent finish.
From Chambly Quebec’s Unibroue comes the “Terrible” a Belgian Strong Ale. Terrible pours a very deep brown with a tan head. The beer has the aroma of yeast, fruit and a good sweetness. The flavour is of yeast, dark fruit, prune, tart and semi sweetness. The alcohol content of this beer is 10.5% and and IBU of 15. This beer has a very nice flavour.
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION: La Terrible is a dark brown beer on lees and is part of a collection of exotic and refined Unibroue beers brewed using 100% natural raw materials. It may be drunk as an aperitif or as an after dinner digestive. It is equally a perfect accompaniment to the above-mentioned dishes or a pleasant alternative to coffee.
From Chambly Quebec’s Unibroue comes the “Trois Pisatoles” a Belgian Style Ale. This beer pours a deep reddish brown with an off white head. The aromas given off are of dark fruits, caramel and yeast. The flavor is pretty complex with lots of malts, dark fruits some yeast and a slight bit of hops and alcohol bite to finish it off. The alcohol content of this beer is quite hight at 9% but it is not all that noticeable. The beeradvocate website rated it with a 93/100 and the Bros from that site gave it 100/100 so it is no slouch.