Bon Secours Myrtille

Brasserie Caulier (Beer)

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The Bon Secours Myrtille ($2.93) is a/an craft produced by Brasserie Caulier from Belgium and has an alcoholic content of 7%. 4 of 5 points is the average score of this beer according to Drinks&Co users.

Technical sheet · Bon Secours Myrtille

Category:Beer
Producer: Brasserie Caulier
Volume: 33cl
Alcohol Vol.: 7%
Type Of Beer: Craft
Country: Belgium

Description · Brasserie Caulier

Bon Secours Myrtille

TASTING NOTES:

  • Color: Bon Secours Myrtille has an orange color.
  • Smell: Raspberry and blueberry jam, gum, candy.
  • Taste: sweet, jam, slightly bitter, lemon, slightly bitter, pretty sweet. Aftertaste of jam, slightly bitter, some tannins, fruity, bubble gum.

ABV: 7% Vol

TYPE OF BEER: Craft

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Posted on at 05.18

4/5

Bon Secours Myrtille

Bons Secours Myrtille is a fruit beer with blackcurrant as the main ingredient. The beer has a nice fruity nose and a slightly sour taste.

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Posted on at 16.02

4 /5

The Bon Secours Myrtille is a triple fermentation craft beer, brewed with real blueberries. The fruits are added whole in the crutcher, which is a method less used for the production of fruit beers. Unique in Belgium, this beer is brewed with blueberries on a malt and wheat (wheat). It is the result dune maceration real blueberries and beer Bon Secours, no added sugar. She is the object of three fermentations. First, a first fermentation in brewing of the material tank. Then, during the cold maceration of the fruit cellar. Finally, one last time in the bottle. The Bon Secours Myrtille present in the glass a red color rather dark, in a compact foam and slightly reddish. It gives off aromas of blueberries pronounced and hints of hops and a slight acidity. In the mouth, there is a dry, refreshing beer with beautiful fruit flavors that are confronted with a bitterness and an alcohol affects more present than in the conventional fruit beers. Belgian beer fruit not to be missed!

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