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Beer – #7 in a series – 3 Monts

I’ve never had a beer that I had to use a corkscrew to open. A 750ml giant of a bottle it was too.

and 8.5% toe curler the 3 Months beer is from The Brasserie de Saint Sylvestre which is a brewery in the Nord-Pas de Calais region of northeast France.

The interwebtubes says Brewing in the town of Saint-Sylvestre-Cappel dates back to at least 1600, although the troubled history of Flanders has interrupted business several times in history

 

It’s a typical european beer, full of flavor and taste, crisp and way to easy to drink. To the point that I’d quaffed it without any second thought or consideration as to the alcohol content or the swift onset of slurry words, and drunken promises.

At first this beer tastes just like a nice full lager, with that clean flavor. Very mild fruitiness, and some hops in the back. As it warms It changes to a more spicy, peppery alcohol, as well as a more complex, nuttier malt heavier darker beer type. Most intriguing and entertaining.

I’d be up for more of this if I can find some, a bit on the expensive side at around $16 a 750ml bottle but if you’re looking to impress yourself, or your friends this would be the go!

Again thank you to the nice people at the Wine Circle in Huapai who take my beer tokens in exchange for much goodness and joy

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One comment on “Beer – #7 in a series – 3 Monts

  1. Pingback: Not being able to count and the beer list get closer to 100 | Pdubyah – a life just as ordinary.

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