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Origin Chambly, Québec Brewed since February 1994 ABV 9.0% Fermentation Top Style Triple-style Golden Ale Color Blonde with a golden hue SRM 5.5 Clarity Sightly cloudy Head White, creamy, generous Bubbles Champaign-like Effervescence Slow Nose Floral bouquet, aromas of honey, spice, coriander, malt, and alcohol Flavor Mildly yeasty with a complex palate of malt, fruit and spice notes followed by a smooth, dry finish IBU 19 Body Medium Aftertaste Pleasantly lingers on with a warm finish Suggested serving temperature 12 º–14 ºC / 53°- 57°F Suggested glass Tulip

Origin Chambly, Quebec Brewed since 1997 ABV 9.0% Fermentation Top Style Abbey Style Strong Dark Ale Color Dark brown SRM 32.2 Clarity Opaque, cloudy Head Rich lacy beige foam Bubbles Fine Effervescence Sustained Nose Strong malt flavor, roasted aromas with chocolate, brown rum, and spice Flavor Slightly sweet. Enhanced by accents of roasted malt, cocoa, ripe fruit and dark spices with a smooth finish like an old port. IBU 15.5 Body Medium Aftertaste Pleasantly lingers on Suggested serving temperature 8º–10ºC, better at 12º–14ºC / 46°-50°F, better at 53°- 57°F Suggested glass Chalice or balloon