#602 Unibroue’s Blanche de Chambly

I was given a mixed 6-pack as a birthday gift from Kurt and Michelle (our friends/managers at work) and tried the first beer last night (09/28/2015) to celebrate National Drink Beer Day 2015. If you see this, thanks again guys! This first beer was Unibroue’s Blanche de Chambly, a 5% alcohol by volume Belgian White Ale (Witbier) from Unibroue located in Chambly, Quebec, Canada. Since it was a gift, I’m not sure where the 6-pack came from but I have seen this beer at the West Indies Wine Company if you find yourself looking for it in Grand Cayman. I bet some of the other liquor stores would have it as well.


Unibroue’s Blanche de Chambray came in a 12 fluid ounce (355 mL) bottle with silver foil over the bottle cap and “ale brewed with coriander and orange peel” written on the front label. This is usually pretty normal for the Witbier style of beer. The bottle also lets you know that the beer was bottle refermented.


It’s always very easy to add a beer to the blog from Unibroue because they supply you with so much information about each one of their beers. I’ll just do like the last post and list out all of the information taken from their website below.

Brewed since: 1992
ABV: 5.0%
Fermentation: Top
Style: Belgian white ale (witbier)
Color: Pale golden
SRM: 4
Clarity: Cloudy
Head: White, creamy
Bubbles: Like champaign, fine and abundant
Effervescence: Slow
Nose: Subtle bouquet of spice, citrus notes, aromas of yeast breads, coriander, and cloves
Flavor: Wheat and subtle spices blanketed in citrus flavors reminiscent of orange and lemon
IBU: 10
Body: Medium
Aftertaste: Medium, short finish
Suggested serving temperature: 4°C – 6°C/39°F – 43°F
Suggested glass: Footed flute
Comment(s): The first refermented white beer brewed according to Belgian tradition in North America.

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