Bonnets Rouges

Lancelot (Beer)

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The craft Bonnets Rouges is made by Lancelot from France and has an alcohol content of 5%. Drinks&Co users give this Bonnets Rouges 4 of 5 points.

Technical sheet · Bonnets Rouges

Category:Beer
Producer: Lancelot
Volume: 33cl
Alcohol Vol.: 5%
Type Of Beer: Craft
Country: France

Description · Lancelot

Bonnets Rouges

TASTING NOTES OF Bonnets Rouges:

  • Appearance: deep red.
  • Aroma: Malt, walnut, apple, a slight hint of citrus, white grape and soft notes and elderberries.
  • Body / Taste: light-bodied, malt, abundant citrus, green apple and a hint of berries. Important effervescence.

BREWERY: Lancelot.

COUNTRY: France.

BEER TYPE: Pale Ale.

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La Boutique Du Comptoir

Posted on at 17.04

4/5

Bonnets Rouges

France Brasserie Lancelot Bitter native of r & eacute region Brittany, m & eacute bronze medal of the competition g & eacute n é ral agricultural Paris in 2008.
Capacity: 33cl
Origin: France
 The Bonnet Rouge is a Breton beer designed by Lancelot Brasserie located in Brittany between Vannes and Rennes (56 - Le Roc Saint André). It is a red beer of good red color that has a slightly fruity flavor thanks to the addition of elderflower during its brewing. Malt is also very present which gives the Bonnets Rouges a note of caramel on the palate. She received the bronze medal at the Concours Général Agricole in Paris in 2008.

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Posted on at 16.02

4 /5

The Bonnets Rouges is a craft beer from Brittany and flavored with flowers Sureau. The addition of the elderberry in brewing brings to this Bonnets Rouges its slightly fruity flavor and bright red color, symbol of the revolt. These feature of this red beer is accompanied by good malty flavor that brings a caramel note to the whole. In 1675, Breton rebelled against the royal power which imposed new taxes without the agreement of the Parliament of Britain. The rebels chose as rallying the famous red cap, a symbol of freedom. Article 1 of the peasant code: Fourteen united congregations Together for Freedom of the province députeront six of the noblest of their uprising, which will be paid at the expense of their communities, which will provide each of them a red cap and camisole, a high blue hunting with the rest of the crew suitable to their quality. Signed Torreben and locals. Spezet July 1675.

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