Beer: La Grisette

Brewer: Oshlag in collaboration with Les Bons Buveurs

I honestly don`t know. A grey…ish…beer? 5%

Bought it because the label looks like a hot mess, and Sandra told me to, none of us had tried it since we`ve received it last week.

 

I poured this like a 10 year old who`s just painted her nails would, so I got mad head, as pictured above. Super light colour, like watered down lemonade. Fairly cloudy, I can`t see through it at all. The mad head I`d poured dissipated fairly soon, leaving a white creamy thin foam.

It smells bitter. I dunno man. But fresh? I have to admit I let myself be convinced to buy it purely because a beer I used to love, Coup De Grisou, had a similar name… I thought maybe grey is a type of beer? Grey Beer. Meh. Something smells a bit sweet in it. Can`t tell what.

It`s a bit… sour? Very lightly. It is fresh though, wasn`t off about that. But the sourness lingers a bit in the aftertaste. It`s a bit smokey. But like, hardly.

I kind of like it.

I`m reluctant to try harder to describe this beer due to the fact that I got super annoyed trying to find information about who the hell brewed it. Or what`s in it. Or even what it is? Feh.

Ignorant Beer Review this remains.

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All beers featured in this review are purchased at L`Épicerie Moderne, situated at 5854 Sherbrooke West, Montreal (NDG!)

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