This is pretty much the last post I expected to write in Burgundy Month. But yes, Nick and I did stumble across a locally made beer while in Dijon.
When we go on these weekend jaunts, I research the dining options, and Nick finds out about the beer scene. He found a neat-looking place called Le Cappuccino that he wanted to check out, so we headed to a less-touristed part of town for a little local flavor. Inside, we found that they even had a local beer on tap – La Mandubienne. They even had brochures from the brewery, Brasserie des Trois Fontaines, which we unfortunately did not have time to visit. In any case, we enjoyed the beer, and Nick wrote up a review for the website Beer Advocate. He writes:
Color is opalescent wheaty-yellow to dark straw. Good high head that eventually settles into a nice lace over the beer. Aroma is rather full of esters (banana & pear mostly), but not over-the-top Jolly Rancher by any stretch.
Read the rest here.
Originally published on Croque-Camille.