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Unibroue Noire de Chambly

Unibroue Noire de Chambly

Rated 3.320 by BeerPals

Brewed by Unibroue

Chambly, Quebec, Canada

Style:  Belgian Ale

6.2% Alcohol by Volume

21 International Bittering Units

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Brassée depuis 2005 Elle fut l'une des premières bières noires du Québec à ne pas être d'un style issu de la tradition brassicole britannique. Assurément pour ceux et celles qui croient ne pas aimer la bière noire.

ID: 84277 Last updated 6 months ago Added to database 11 months ago

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Most noted beer attributes

bread crust 100%
roast barley 100%
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Statistics

Overall Rank9042
Overall Percentile80.9
Style Rank176 of 1080
Style Percentile83.7
Lowest Score3.8
Highest Score3.8
Average Score3.800
Weighted Score3.320
Standard Deviation0.000

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  • SIGMUND 4279 reviews
    rated 3.8 6 months ago

    Aroma: 7 | Appearance: 8 | Mouthfeel: 7 | Flavor: 8 | Overall: 8

    Sampled bottle, RBNAG 2007 in Grimstad. ABV was 6.2%. Dark reddish brown to black colour. Moderate roasty and malty aroma and flavour. Some oaky and vinous notes in the flavour too.

  • CHOPZ 5617 reviews
    rated 3.8 11 months ago

    Aroma: 7 | Appearance: 8 | Mouthfeel: 7 | Flavor: 8 | Overall: 8

    Sampled (in 2010) from the 341ml bottle, but I have a big bottle for the cellar. Pours a real deep brown that cannot be seen through. The head is fizzy and creamy with good retention. Leaves a nice amount of lace and thick coat over the brew. The aroma is quite light, with some usual Unibroue yeast and some bread and sourness. Light bodied with some stickiness and highly carbonated. The taste is pretty unique. Some sourness in the finish, bread all over, hints of the Blanche de Chambly and roasted malt. Interesting, but a little dull. Commercial description is quite right though, smooth for a dark ale, creamy and light bitterness. Worth trying.

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