Brasserie LeFebvre Blanche De Bruxelles (4.5%)

I may not be reviewing this beer at the right time as I’ve just spent two and a half hours mowing lawns and weeding borders so I’m tired and, above all, thirsty.
That said, this beer seems to lend itself very well to just such an occasion.
The aroma is lightly spiced apricots and summer flowers, and the beer pours like fresh cloudy lemon juice.
Blanche De Bruxelles is a very light beer indeed with a soft citrus flavour bolstered by the addition of coriander.
There’s a little banana toffee sneaking around in the background and a creamy rice feeling on your tongue.
I’m still not a huge fan of wheat beers, but this one is certainly doing the job post gardening.

About Simon Williams

Founder of CAMRGB. Member of The British Guild Of Beer Writers. Leftist bigmouth. Old and grumpy.
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