A crossroads where the wind blows from every direction, bringing with it wafts of charcoal dust from the nearby train station. This is how Emile Zola’s famous heroine Gervaise described the rue Charbonnière, providing inspiration for this beer- with its generous malts and subtle peaty character.
Aromas: Earthy, orange marmelade
Flavors: Roasted malts with hints of caramel and whiskey create notes of licorice, toast, and peat in this round and complex beer.
Pairs with: Aged cheeses, desserts, chocolate
Serving temperature: Between 10-12 °C / 50-54°F
33 cl 7,5% Alcohol 92 EBC 28 IBU