Blanche De Chambly, a Belgian-style Witbier by Unibroue

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Blanche De Chambly is a Belgian-style Witbier brewed by Unibroue, and for the purposes of this craft beer review, the ale was served in a wheat beer glass from a bottle.

Packaging art for the Blanche De Chambly by Unibroue

Packaging art for the Blanche De Chambly by Unibroue

Appearance

The ale pours a cloudy golden and is topped by a generous stack of dense, mousse-like foam that shows fine retention. No lace is left behind following the reduction.

Aroma

The aroma has a pleasant scent of fruity banana, yeast, coriander, clove, and wheat.

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Flavor

The palate begins with a taste of bready malt that turns tart and spicy with notes of lemon, pepper, and coriander. The tasting finishes with a squeeze of tangy orange that’s mellowed by a hint of honey. A creamy wheat base ties the palate together.

Mouthfeel

Its feel is soft with a smooth draw that becomes a bit grainy on the backend. It has a medium body and moderate carbonation. Its finish is slightly acidic and somewhat dry.

Label art for the Blanche De Chambly by Unibroue

Label art for the Blanche De Chambly by Unibroue

Overall

Unibroue ticks all the boxes with its Blanche De Chambly. When you imagine a Witbier, this is that brew. An excellent representation of the style.

Historic Beginnings

Unibroue has been brewing their Blanche De Chambly since 1992. It was the brewery’s first beer and it was also the first Belgian-style Witbier to be bottled and marketed in North America.

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Recommended Pairings

Unibroue recommends the following pairings with their Blanche De Chambly: poultry, white fish, mussels, salmon tartare, asparagus with butter, mesclun salad with citrus dressing, Fresh goat cheese log, washed-rind semi-soft cheese, Gruyère, and crêpes Suzette.

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