We warned you there wouldn’t be any article this weekend.
Are you familiar with the famous Belgian beer Jambe-de-bois?
No worries if not, we might be able to help you out.
Named after the 1830 Belgian revolution, Jambe-de-bois is a tripel beer brewed by Brasserie de la Senne, a brewerie based in Brussels.
With a nice hazy golden colour, its floral and fruity taste makes it a lovely beer for summer days. The beer has a scent of ripe banana and a subtle blend of old varieties of aromatic hops and its long, fine bitter taste makes it a powerful and punchy beer.
But be careful, it has 8% alcohol!
We. Loved. It.
If you’re not planning to go to Belgium soon, don’t panick, you should be able to find it in beer shops. Already have a brand new one from Beermoth in Manchester, which has an amazing selection of international beers.
Hope you’ll like it!