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La Bretteuse

Type
Barrel Aged Brett IPA
Aging time
18 mois
Format(s)
750 ML
Alcool
7.5%
Barrel type
Zinfandel and Pinot noir
La Bretteuse

La Bretteuse is an IPA aged at length in Pinot noir et Zinfandel barrels, which contain a large amount of brettanomyces. As a result of this process, this cloudy beer with hints of orange reveals a nose of rose water, grapefruit and vanilla. The acidity and bitterness of the palate engage in a long nuptial waltz, creating a delightful combination of flavours just waiting to be consumed.

Tasting
Creation
Awards and recognition
Appearance
Orangy and cloudy
Aromas
Rose water, vanilla and grapefruit
Taste
Acidulous, vinous and bitter
Final
Fruity and tasty
Food pairings
Grilled meat, strong cheeses, rosemary lamb, Indian food
Operating temperature
4 to 6 celcius
Gasification
Natural
Yeast
Ale + Brettanomyces
Creation date
25 January 2013

2014 World Beer Awards (UK) The Americas Bronze Experimental Speciality

2013 Canadian Brewing Awards (Canada) Médaille d’Argent, Wood and Barrel Aged Sour Beer

2013 World Beer Awards (UK) World’s Best Speciality Beer

Did you know

It is uncommon for IPAs to undergo a flavour maturation process; it is indeed the only one of its kind among the TDD’s products. Its hoppy profile mitigates the reaction with Bacillus, which forces the Brettanomyces to transform the non-fermentable sugars into alcohol. The Pinot noir and Zinfandel barrels, used in equal proportion, also have a strong influence and give the beer the desired vinous texture.

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Who it is for

Procrastinators, slackers and anyone who like to put their feet on a table, their chair on two legs and slowly enjoy a great beer.