La Meule

Style: Blond brewed with Sage
Brasserie Des Franches Montagnes (BFM), Saignel├ęgier, Switzerland

La Brasserie des Franches-Montagnes made a name from the start with its bold, original re-interpretation of beer tradition. Quoting brewmaster Jerome Rebetez : "slavish copy of known styles leads nowhere".

La Meule is no exception. It could be superficially dismissed by some as "yet anther belgian-style blonde ale". Big mistake. In the depths of a glass of La Meule lurks a truly amazing fresh, herbal kick that'll instantly convince you this one deserves to be put in a class of its own. Try la Meule with poultry in a tarragon sauce. Salty hard cheeses or just good old fried fish do the job just as well.

Product Details:
Type: Blond brewed with Sage
Alc./Vol.: 6.0%
Formats: 11.2oz flip-cap bottles

Serving Suggestions:

The beers of the Brasserie Des Franches-Montagnes are flavorful top-fermenting beers, brewed according to ancestral accounts of master craftsmen brewers. Double Fermented before bottling, they are unfiltered and unpasteurized to preserve their flavors and smoothness.

They can be enjoyed before, during and after a good meal. To serve them, tilt the glass and pour delicately, while allowing a nice foam collar ensuring a good release of the flavors. The ideal temperature of serving is between 6 and 8 degrees C.

La Meule
Alc./Vol.: 6.0

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