Boréale collaborative project
7 new beers
When a pandemic hits our community and Quebec’s economy is slowing down, at Boréale we roll up our sleeves to continue doing what we do best: brew good beers.
We therefore took on the challenge of releasing 7 new innovative beers designed in collaboration with local artists and artisans. It is a project that allows us, in our way, to encourage local businesses and to make you discover the richness of our Quebec talents.
Here are the launch dates:
-Beer # 1: Week of April 20 -Beer # 2: Week of April 27 -Beer # 3: Week of May 25
-Beer # 4: Week of June 1 - In progress
-Beer # 5: Week of June 22
-Beer # 6: Week of June 29
-Beer # 7: Week of July 6
Regarding the descriptions of the beers and the sales point, these will be added below as the project progresses.
BEER #4 – L'Évasion
An accessible yet complex Lager in which malts, hops and yeast from the South of the Czech Republic are put forward.
On the nose, we let ourselves be carried away by notes of fresh bread and then an aroma that is both floral and fruity. On the palate, the complex flavors and abundance of citrus fruits (oranges, lemons and limes) combine to achieve a balance offering a dry and refreshing finish.
BEER #3 – L'Escapade
A Belgian-style white beer with a profusion of citrus: oranges, lemons and limes to add a little fruity / tangy side. Bitterness from a variety of hops used in brewing this beer. A very refreshing beer to accompany the beautiful days of the last days!
BEER #2 – La Solidaire
A Kölsch-inspired blonde Ale brewed with Quebec malts and hops! La Solidaire charms us with its slightly fruity aromas, its notes of fresh cereals, and the hint of bitterness on the finish. A delicate nose of hops.
BEER #1 – La Traversée
True to its style, this Black IPA will surprise you with its flavors of roasted malts which are usually found in black beers as well as these very sharp hops, typical of American IPA. Besides, it will take you with its notes of taste to make you salivate: well-bodied espresso, subtle notes of burnt caramel and dark chocolate. In the mouth, we let ourselves be surprised by its honeyed body, its frank bitterness, and its small resinous side!