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Unibroue Discovery pack

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

Éphémère Blueberry

Origin: Chambly, Québec
ABV: 5.5%
Style: White ale brewed with fruit
Color: Reddish with purple hues
Nose: Wild berry aromas, citrus notes
Suggested serving temperature: 6° - 8° C
Suggested glass: Flute or tulip

Food pairing ideas:

With its wild berry aromas and citrus notes, Éphémère Blueberry is the perfect companion to gourmet meals such as duck and to marinades and gravies for grilled meats. With its vivid blueberry flavor and complementary acidity, it complements desserts beautifully. Éphémère Blueberry is a must for your cocktails; try it as a sangria base!

Terrible

Origin : Chambly, Québec
ABV : 10.5%
Style : Quadruple/Abt
Color : Dark, nearly opaque dark chestnut color
Nose : Rich notes of fruits and spices
Suggested serving temperature: 10-12°C
Suggested glass : Chalice

Food pairing ideas :

Terrible is perfect for pairing with old Cheddar, blue cheese, soft cheese, dishes with mushrooms, grilled meat and dark chocolate.

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.