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Telenn Du

330ml

$3.22 (Approximate price)

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Gluten free & BIO certified! This fine Telenn Du is the delicious result from three columns that make the foundation of the French brewery Lancelot: Sustainability, ecological agriculture and local purchases of ecological resources. According to the phrase 'from the earth into the beer', the brewery follows the strict standards set by the European Union for the agricultural care of buckwheat. If you share the Telenn Du with your next guests at home, we recommend you to serve the ale in a big round glass. This way, the beer develops all nuances and aromas. And just in case somebody asks: Telenn Du stands for 'Black harp'.

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Technical sheet

Category:Beer
Producer: Lancelot
Volume: 33cl
Alcohol Vol.: 4,5%
Type Of Beer: De Garde
Country: France

Elaboration of Telenn Du

Telenn Du

TASTING NOTES:

  • Color: Telenn Du has a deep ruby ​​color.
  • Smell: Aroma is chocolate, snuff, hints of berries and vegetables.
  • Taste: light body. Lightly toasted and grainy flavor, caramel notes.

ABV: 4.5% Vol.

TYPE OF BEER: Guarda

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Awards

2011: Bronze - Concours Général Agricole

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The Telenn Du is an original beer buckwheat. A basic buckwheat grown in Britain (also called buckwheat) and malted barley, this powerful brown, 4, 5 ° of alcohol, lets discover its delicate bitterness in its fine and dense foam. . . The Telenn Du (Harpe Noire in French) will be served preferably in a cup or large balloon glass. You then imagine large fields of white flowers of buckwheat illuminating the Breton landscape in July and August.
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