Drink from a wide-necked glass so you can fully appreciate the roasted cereals and malt aromas. With its lovely golden colour promising the connoisseur the wonderful taste to come.
You may not know it, but it was originally a passing tribute brew. However, given the success of our recipe and its unparalleled character, Sant Erwann is still brewed daily at the Brasserie de Bretagne and has even earned its place in the National Assembly's refreshment bar.
A unique tasting beer and the only Abbey type beer of Breton origin.
"A beer with a lot of body, with a perfect balance between roundness and bitterness. It will delight lovers of strong and tasty beers."
Nose : notes of biscuit and toasted cereals | Palate : full flavoured hops with cereal aromas | Bitterness : balanced | Food pairing : perfect with cold cuts. Ideal as an aperitif or even after your meal
"Naturally cloudy, its white foam reveals a golden lager with a sharp bitterness that finds a perfect balance with fruity and exotic aromas. A great introduction to IPA!"
Nose : citrus notes brought by the hops | Palate : peaches, citrus fruits | Bitterness : sharp | Food pairing : goes well with spicy dishes but also enhances blue or strong
flavoured cheese platters.
"Indomitable, powerful and fruity. This beer knows how to seduce beer amateurs thanks to its intense bitterness."
Nose : tropical fragrances | Palate : hedgerow and tropical fruit notes brought by the hops | Bitterness : intense | Food pairing : perfect with spicy dishes but also enhances blue or strong flavoured cheese platters.
"A beer with a golden colour and a powerful taste. Its lingering flavours will delight lovers of exceptional beers."
Nose : fruity, spicy and malty bouquet | Palate : cereal aromas and peppery notes | Bitterness : long in the mouth | Food pairing : perfect with aperitifs, cold meats and cheeses.
"An elegant, refreshing and undeniably fruity beer. A superb pink colour reveals the character of the red fruits and especially the raspberry, which brings sweetness to this flavourful/tasty beer."
Nose : sweet perfume, notes of red fruits | Palate : red fruits and cereals | Bitterness : slight | Food pairing : ideal with a cheese platter or dessert.
"RED IPA is a beer with character, in harmony between hops and cereals. This amber beer is easy to drink and balanced."
Nose : resinous and fruity | Palate : cereal and fruity notes | Bitterness : sharp | Food pairing : ideal with a hamburger and caramelized onions or with a spicy curry dish
Stay Tunned !
The Brasserie de Bretagne crew is on the lookout for all your comments in terms of bio-localisation, geo-localisation, projects to be bottled or casked, exchanges and meetings, or simply to find out how it brews.