Made in the tradition of artisan brewers, Sans Culottes is a blonde beer sur lie. Probably the best bière de garde for the uninitiated to start with. Packed in a 75 cls bottle with a wired-down cork, Sans Culottes sports a brilliantly eye-catching label showing a revolutionary soldier proudly wearing his pantalons, having wisely forsaken his culottes for the coming struggle.
Blond ale made with 7 cereals at 7% ABV in honor of Yves Hélory, Saint Patron of Brittany.
(Translation from French): In the XIV century, the good beers were called Goudale, Goudalle or Good Ale. There were sold for 2 deniers a pot at a merchant called Goudalier.
A Biere De Garde—literally, "a beer to keep"—is a style conceived in the hills of Northern France. This traditional farmhouse ale is brewed with a special French ale ye...