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Unibroue Discovery pack

Build your own discovery pack
Build your own Discovery Pack and choose 8 Unibroue bottles.

Blanche de Chambly

Origin: Chambly, Quebec
ABV : 5%
Style: Belgian white ale (witbier)
Color: Pale golden
Nose: Subtle bouquet of spice, citrus notes, aromas of yeast breads, coriander, and cloves
Serve between: 4°C - 6°C/41°F - 43°F
Suggested glass: Footed flute

Food pairing ideas:

Blanche de Chambly is very aromatic and highly refreshing. Citrusy but never bitter, this magnificently smooth ale is perfect with white fish or poultry. It also goes beautifully with buchette-type goat cheese, mussels, salads, and buttered asparagus. Blanche de Chambly is to beer what champagne is to wine. Mix it with orange juice for a delicious twist on mimosas at Sunday brunch.

Blonde de Chambly

Origin: Chambly, Quebec
ABV : 5%
Style: Saison
Color: Dark golden
Nose: Lemongrass, wildflowers, and fresh hops
Serve between: 4°C - 6°C/41°F - 43°F
Suggested glass: Footed flute

Food pairing ideas:

This smooth golden ale with notes of lemongrass presents a superb balance of acidity and bitterness. It pairs delightfully with white fish and mild sausages and also goes well with goat cheese and washed rind cheeses

Noire de Chambly

Origin: Chambly, Quebec
ABV : 6.2%
Style: Belgian-style black ale
Color: Dark brown, shades of mahogany
Nose: Wood, smoky, roasted coffee beans, licorice
Serve between: 6º–10ºC / 43° – 50°F
Suggested glass: Footed flute


Food pairing ideas:

With its champagne-like bubbles, spices, low bitterness, and slightly chocolaty finish, Noire de Chambly is much milder than its appearance suggests. It’s the perfect introduction to dark ales. Serve with firm washed-rind cheeses, coquilles St-Jacques, sushi, seafood, fish, semi-dark chocolate, or chocolate desserts.

Éphémère Apple

Origin: Chambly, Quebec
ABV : 5.5%
Style: Fruited white ale
Color: Pale gold
Nose: Mouth-watering bouquet of Granny Smith apples, nutmeg, ginger, cinnamon
Serve between: 4°C - 6°C/41°F - 43°F
Suggested glass: Tulip

Food pairing idea:

This beer is balanced in the mouth with aromas of old-fashioned apple pie. It’s perfect with desserts or as a cocktail at a family brunch. Its crisp, fresh taste makes it a good introduction for those just discovering beer.

Raftman

Origin: Chambly, Quebec
ABV : 5.5%
Style: Peat-smoked whisky malt ale
Color: Amber red
Nose: A complex blend of smoke, apples, caramel, and whisky malt
Serve between: 6-8 °C, better at 10 °C / 46°-50°F, better at 50°F
Suggested glass: Big cognac or brandy snifter

Food pairing ideas:

This amber, coral-hued beer has a smooth, sweet, yet mildly robust taste. Raftman combines the character of malt whisky with the smooth flavors of yeast. It is delicious savored slowly and ideal with a barbecue.

La Fin du Monde

Origin: Chambly, Quebec
ABV : 9%
Style: Triple-style Golden Ale
Color: Blonde with a golden hue
Nose: Floral bouquet, aromas of honey, spice, coriander, malt, and alcohol
Serve between: 12-14 °C / 53- 57°F
Suggested glass: Tulip

Food pairing ideas:

With its perfect harmony of cereal flavors, bitterness, and high alcohol content, La Fin du Monde is a refined ale with subtle aromas. Its assertive flavors reveal a strong personality and a profound essence.

Maudite

Origin: Chambly, Quebec
ABV: 8%
Style: Strong amber-red ale
Color: Amber red
Nose: Malt, orange, wild spices with fragrances of coriander and cloves and floral hop notes
Serve between: 8–10°C, better at 12–14°C  / 46° - 50° F, better at 53°- 57° F
Suggested glass: Big cognac or brandy Snifter


Food pairing ideas:

Rich and lightly sweet, La Maudite is a great ale well worth savoring. Fire and brimstone red, this sumptuous brew is surprisingly well-balanced and smoothly caramelized.

Don de Dieu

Origin: Chambly, Quebec
ABV: 9%
Style: Triple wheat ale
Color: Orange-golden hue
Nose: Complex aromas of vanilla and fruitcake, flowers, and honey
Serve between: 6-8 °C, better at 10 °C / 46°-50°F, better at 50°F
Suggested glass: Tulip & balloon

Food pairing ideas:

Rich, heady, and highly aromatic, Don de Dieu goes great with gourmet cuisine. Serve cold as an aperitif or at 50°F for a fabulous digestif.      

Trois-Pistoles

Origin: Chambly, Quebec
ABV: 9%
Style: Abbey Style Strong Dark Ale
Color: Dark brown
Nose: Strong malt flavor, roasted aromas with chocolate, brown rum, and spice
Serve between: 8–10°C, better at 12–14°C / 46° - 50° F, better at 53°- 57° F
Suggested glass: Chalice or balloon

Food pairing ideas:

The dark color and smooth taste of Trois Pistoles reveals a ripe fruity aroma and lasting flavor reminiscent of aged port. Perfect for cooking or pairing with meals, it can also be served as an aperitif or a digestif.