Brasseurs Boréale Cuivrée

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Type: American Strong Ale
  • Brewed by: Brasseurs du Nord
  • Availability: year-round
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  • Region Available: Québec
  • Aroma: Malty
  • Aroma Description: Grain / Hay / Straw / Cereal
  • Serve at Temperature: Cool
  • Container: Pilsners
  • Website: http://www.boreale.com/
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  • 06.90% 
  • 1632/3686 
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A strong ale, Boréale Cuivrée is the one Boréale that is just as enjoyable well-chilled as at cellar temperature. A smooth, richly flavoured beginning of caramel and fruit gives way to riffs of bitterness, alcohol and heat as a wilder side kicks up its heels.

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  • Oct 5, 2011
    JimBeam1983 (152)Rank: Beer ExplorerGroup: Brown Ale Lovers
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    Pouring it you get a dark toffee colored robe showing a vivid micro-carbonation topped with a thin creamy beige head. The nose gives scents of strong malts and apples. The taste is bold and malty with a hint of apples as well and coupled with a strong and sharp bitterness. You get a foggy aftertaste that rounds it all up pleasantly. Not bad of an ale.