- My Rating: [C+], I gave it a (3.1 of 5) on Ratebeer.com
Bon Secours Myrtille Dry Hopping – Brasserie Caulier, 6.4% ABV, 330ml, (Péruwelz, Belgium)
Ingredients: water, malt, blueberry juice, sugar, yeast, 3 hop varieties
- Style: (flavoured – Blueberry) Fruit Beer
- Taste: Tangy chocolate dark malt alcoholic tangy sour subtle blueberry exhale
- Where I got it : Legacy Liquor / Vancouver
- How much: $5.25 CAD (after 5% off) – 330ml., December 2015
- Do I love this enough to drink it again: no
- Would I recommend this to beer aficionados: unremarkable
Visual: 2015 Vintage. Pours opaque purple-brown with a smallish 0.5cm micro lasting head, lots of bubbles here and there.
Nose: very fruity tangy-sweet blueberry puree, jam-like. (lvl-6)-pungency
Attack: crisp-light fizzy
Mid-palate: chocolately barley malt, background alcholic tangy-sour, (lvl-3-sweetness), thinnish body
Finish: blueberry exhale, subtle bitter hops, lingering bittersweet chocolate malt.
Summary: A surprising note of chocolate in there but it drinks rather dull and uninspiring. The flavour doesnt exactly scream blueberry nor dry hops. Slightly above average.