Unibroue Maudite

Unibroue Maudite is characterized by a robust maltiness and spiciness that is counterbalanced by an assertive crisp hop finish.

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Unibroue Maudite

Brewed since 1992

Origin: Chambly, Quebec

When La Maudite launched, its 8% alcohol content made it the first strong beer brewed in Canada. Its warm and spicy character, which was unique at the time, called for a blasphemous name.

Origin Chambly, Quebec

Brewed since 1992

ABV 8.0%

Fermentation Top

Style Strong amber-red ale

Color Amber red

SRM 18

Clarity Cloudy

Head Beige, rocky foam

Bubbles Fine

Effervescence Slow

Nose Malt, orange, wild spices with fragrances of coriander and cloves and floral hop notes

Flavor Characterized by a robust maltiness and spiciness that is counterbalanced by an assertive crisp hop finish.

IBU 22

Body Medium

Aftertaste Pleasantly lingers on

Suggested serving temperature 8ºC – 10ºC, best at 12ºC -14ºC / 46°F – 50°F, best at 54°F- 57°F

Suggested glass Big cognac or brandy Snifter

Availability Canada and United States

Format 341 mL/12 oz, 750 mL/26 oz & draught

Unibroue Maudite

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From the very beginning, Unibroue has carved out a special niche in the beer world with top quality products and a brand rooted deep in Quebec culture. It made history by becoming the first North American beer maker to use a brewing method inspired by the two-centuries-old tradition developed by Trappist monks in Europe—particularly in Belgium. Over the years, Unibroue has remained faithful to its origins even as it has grown to become an icon of the brewing world. Unibroue products take you on a journey filled with legends and fabulous tales.
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