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Hopfenstark Black Francis Stout

Hopfenstark Black Francis Stout

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Brewed by Hopfenstark Brewery / Microbrasserie Hopfenstark, La

L'Assomption, Quebec, Canada

Style:  Dry Stout

5% Alcohol by Volume

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Classique de la culture brassicole irlandaise. La stout est une bière noire au collet onctueux d'où émanent des saveurs de café et de chocolat. Peut-être croyez-vous que ce nom provient du chanteur des Pixies. Sûrement indirectement. En réalité, la stout Black Francis découle d'une des nombreuses légendes de héros hors-la-loi irlandais. A l'époque, les brigades irlandaises étaient envoyées au combat contre les français, au nom de l'Angleterre. Black Francis et son régiment refusèrent et partirent en direction des montagnes. Ils devinrent voleurs "gentlemen" de grand chemin, volant aux riches et donnant aux pauvres. Après la colonisation de l'Irlande par l'Angleterre, de nombreuses histoires de héros hors-la-loi ont vu le jour. Ainsi le peuple irlandais pouvait savourer de brèves victoires provenant directement de l'imaginaire collectif et ainsi préserver leur dignité dans les méandres historiques et politiques. Ces légendes ont permis à un peuple de se reconnaitre, tout en remettant en question la morale et la justice. Translation: Classic Irish beer culture. The stout is a dark beer by the collar from which emanate creamy flavors of coffee and chocolate. Perhaps you think that the name comes from the Pixies singer. Probably indirectly. In fact, Black Francis stout stems from one of the many legends of heroes off-the-law in Ireland. At the time, the Irish brigades were sent into battle against the French, on behalf of England. Black Francis and his regiment refused and went into the mountains. They became robbers "gentlemen" of the highway, driving to the rich and giving to the poor. After the colonization of Ireland by England, many stories of heroes off-the-law have emerged. Thus the Irish people could enjoy brief victories coming directly from the imagination and thus preserve their dignity in the historical and political meanderings. These legends have enabled people to recognize, while questioning the morality and justice.

ID: 46025 Last updated 9 years ago Added to database 9 years ago

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