All Posts Tagged With Unibroue

Unibroue La Fin du Monde


Before heading to a Sox game at Fenway, I had a chance to stop by a new bar in Cambridge, The Tap Room. Lots of beers available, over 30 on tap! The first beer I tried was La Fin du Monde brewed by Unibroue of Canada. Scott reviewed this beer previously, check out his review… → Read More

Unibroue La Terrible


La Terrible is a brew from Unibroue that you won’t find at Walt Disney World. It’s also one of Kim’s favorites. Unlike most of Unibroue’s offerings, this Belgian Dark Strong Ale comes in a simple black bottle with silver markings. It also lacks the story or legend that accompany the other beers in Unibroue’s lineup…. → Read More

Unibroue Éphémère Blackcurrant


We’ve reviewed the most common version of Unibroue Éphémère a couple of times. It’s an ale brewed with apple juice that’s quite tasty. However, we also learned that in Canada Unibroue brews multiple variations of Éphémère with different fruit juices that don’t usually make their way down to the United States. Late last year I found locally… → Read More

Unibroue Don-de-Dieu


Happy New Year! Longtime readers (can we say that after only a year?) of Beers and Ears know we have an affinity for Unibroue and have reviewed many of their beers. Le Cellier in the Canada pavilion is the unofficial home of Unibroue at Walt Disney World and we continue to lament its lack of availability in… → Read More

Unibroue Blanche de Chambly


Great news beer lovers! Bob Basl has reported to us that three Unibroue beers are now available outside of Le Cellier at the Canada Beer Cart. The three beers available are Éphémère, Trois Pistoles, and Blanche de Chambly. As with all the Unibroue beers, each one has a story. Traditionally, white ales are supposed be named… → Read More

Unibroue Trois Pistoles


Yes, it’s time for another Unibroue beer from those fine Canadian brewers. This is Trois Pistoles, a Belgian Strong Dark Ale. Before we begin, this one gave me a bit of surprise when I was opening it. I removed the cage from around the cork in the bottle but didn’t remove the cork. I turned… → Read More

Unibroue Maudite


Maudite, French for “damned” (hence the devil on the bottom of the label), is a Belgian strong ale from those wonderful Canadians at Unibroue. 8% ABV blends in well with the flavors of this ale, consisting of some fruit and spice notes. It also has a note in it that I can’t quite describe but… → Read More

Unibroue Éphémère (Apple)


This brew is one of Ed‘s and @KimberKnight‘s favorites; Unibroue Éphémère.  The word éphémère means ephemeral in French. Dictionary.com defines ephemeral as “lasting a very short time”. Something I did not know prior to writing this is that Éphémère is actually a series of beers whose fruit content changes with the season. The one I have here is apple, the most… → Read More

Unibroue La Fin du Monde


La Fin du Monde – “The End of the World” in French – is an absolutely delicious beer from Canada’s Unibroue. This brewery, although located in Quebec, concentrates on brewing beer in the Trappist tradition. In this case, La Fin du Monde isn’t referring to the Book of Revelations or the Flash animation (“Fire ze… → Read More

One of My New Favorites – Éphémére by Unibroue


I was at a restaurant in Cleveland last week and decided to get a little wild in my beer choice. I landed on an ale with apple juice flavor added. The flavor was really different, but I was pleasantly surprised! This beer is very, very sweet and I doubt I could drink more than two… → Read More

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