Monday, April 02, 2007

Pint Night 03/28/07 Unibroue Chambly Noire

Description from www.unibroue.com:
Since: 2005
Type: Black Ale
Alcohol: 6,2% ABV
Color: Black with beige-colored foam
Taste: Roasted malt character and very little hop bitterness
Aroma: Hints of roasted coffee beans, toast and toffee
Shelf life: 2 years
Suggestions: Grilled salmon, steak or tuna au poivre, smoked meats, coffee-crusted rack of lamb, or chocolate espresso flan

CHAMBLY NOIRE

(shahm-blee-nwahr)
The opaque blackness and beige-colored
foam mousse of Chambly Noire belie its light,
refreshing body and clean, long finish,
featuring hints of roasted coffee beans, toast
and toffee.
We recommend pairing it with grilled salmon,
steak or tuna au poivre, smoked meats,
coffee-crusted rack of lamb, or chocolate
espresso flan.

2 comments:

asiansteev said...

Dark, fruity and smooth. I like it.
7/10

Dr. C said...

It has been quite some time since my last post. Pretty much I've just been really lazy. Anywho, I concur with Steve. This was a pretty tasty beer. Even with its very dark hue, it had a lighter taste. I believe this beer was Drunkable.