Unibroue La Fin Du Monde Belgian Style Triple Ale

Unibroue La Fin Du Monde Belgian Style Triple Ale, 9% ABV is brewed in Chambly Quebec Canada which is an off-island suburb of Montreal. The Uniborue was purchased by the Sapporo Brewery in 2006 after being bought by Sleeman Breweries LTD in 2004. Now that you’re r up to speed on what I consider to be one of the best breweries, especially for Belgian Style Ale. La Fin Du Monde (End of the World) pours a golden orange color with a two finger thick white slow head. It eventually fades into a little white island in the middle. The aroma is sweet, fruity and spiced. The taste is fruity with orange and some banana. There is a yeast quality to it flavor, as well a spiced noted. The mouthfeel is full, and thick. La Fin Du Monde finishes with an effervescence, because this ale probably has more than normal carbonation. There is a fruity yeast flavor in the finish as well. The aftertaste is just spiced fruit with hints of the yeast. It does linger quite awhile. I’ve had the many times before and might have reviewed it ages ago, but this is still good as always. Unibroue La Fin Du Monde Belgian Style Triple Ale is an A. Yes it is strong at 9% ABV but most Belgian Triples are. The flavor does a great job of taking the bigger alcoholic flavor and mitigating them. I highly recommend this one for sure. It never gets old and you can certainly have more that two pints of this without the flavor killing your tastebuds. But the alcohol content may get you first. That worth it for such a taste beer. Please be kind, be safe, and enjoy responsibly! Cheers!

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