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Beer List -
Any tasting notes that appear against the beers are the personal opinions of the authors. If the authors disagree on any
aspect then their initials appear before their individual opinion.
150th Anniversary du Chemin de Fer de Walcourt - 6% alc/vol
Tasting Notes - Very light and refreshing with a lemon element adding to the refreshing character.
Bière Blanche d'Epeautre
Bière des Pagodes - 5% alc/vol
Comments - First brewed 1998. Made with spelt.
Tasting Notes - Wonderful light, fragrant, refreshing, gently lemony beer with a good non-malty grainy taste. Seems well
balanced and has a good texture - soft and smooth yet with a definite fizz.
Brassin Jean Valjean - 7% alc/vol
La Fiesse a Colon - 5% alc/vol
Foire Verte de L'Eau D'Heure Speciale - 6% alc/vol
Comments - First brewed 1994 for a local festival. Uses buckwheat.
Tasting Notes - Wheaty and citric with a wonderful texture but sadly lacking in the taste department.
Ghislenghiennoise - 5.4% alc/vol
Tasting Notes - Brewed for local festivals.
Joseph Bière a l'Epeautre - 6% alc/vol
Comments - Uses spelt.
Tasting Notes - Interesting beer. A good, refreshing summer beer with a distant but elusive complexity.
Noël de Silenrieux - 7.5% alc/vol
Tasting Notes - Super Noël renamed ?
Pave de l'Ours - 8.5% alc/vol
Comments - Contract beer for Philippe Plouvier from Biercée.
Tasting Notes - Well balanced at first, becoming cloying and sweet later. The honey is well set off by the hops which
control the palate.
Sara Bière au Sarrasere - 6% alc/vol
Comments - Uses buckwheat.
Tasting Notes - A good, rich beer with plenty of interest in the nose and palate let down by its bland finish. Wonderful
beer to have on draught.
Super Noël - 7.5% alc/vol
Comments - First brewed 1994.
Tasting Notes - A good Christmas beer. Very malt based but with enough complex elements to take it beyond just being
a malty beer.
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