Unibroue Noire De Chambly
This Unibroue Noire De Chambly dark ale was created in honour of the brave soldiers of the Carignan-Salières Regiment, with their famous black musketeer hats. In 1665, King Louis XIV sent the regiment to New France to defend against the Iroquois. He had a number of strategic forts, including Fort Chambly, built along the Richelieu River, ensuring peace and prosperity for the colony. Many French Canadians are the direct descendants of these intrepid forebears.
From the very beginning, we have 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, we have remained faithful to our origins even as we have grown to become an icon of the brewing world. Our products take you on a journey filled with legends and fabulous tales.
At Unibroue, we create unique-tasting craft beers using traditional brewing methods.
To craft our beers, we draw inspiration from the great brewing traditions developed over the last two centuries by Trappist monks in Europe—particularly in Belgium. Our beers preserve all their protein and part of their yeast, making them truly worth savoring.
THE ART OF BREWING
Our beers are unlike any other product on the market, and no two are alike. Discover our unique brewing methods which convey our beers’ peculiar character and personality.