JEROBOAM Chimay Grande Reserve 9° - 3L
JEROBOAM Chimay Grande Reserve 9° - 3L - delivery worldwide! Brewed at Chimay brewery.
The Chimay Blue is a dark ale with a powerful aroma. Its complex flavor improves with passing time.
CHIMAY BLUE IS AN AUTHENTIC TRAPPIST PRODUCT
This means that it is brewed within the walls of a Trappist monastery, under the control and responsibility of the community of monks, who are involved through the process of making and marketing the beer.
Most of the income generated by this activity is devoted to the needs of the community and social works.
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The Jeroboam(9% alc. vol.) If you think that Jeroboam is just a Chimay Blue in a 300 cl bottle, you are forgetting one essential fact, for it is important to appreciate that a large volume of beer affects the development of taste in the second fermentation of the beer in the bottle and gives it a fuller and smoother character. A vintage like its little sisters of 33 (11.2 fl.oz.) and 75 cl (25.4 fl.oz.), Jeroboam Grande Réserve may be conserved in dark conditions for several years. This is how the beer acquires a light and pleasant taste of port. Convivial and festive, the Jeroboam is a must for the connoisseur who will not forget to serve his beverage at cellar temperature in Gourmet glasses (18 cl/6 fl.oz.).
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- Belgian Strong Ale
- Trappist Beers
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If you like Chimay Blue in the little bottles you will LOVE this!
I have been enjoying Chimay Blue for decades now, and when I hit my 32 year of work I bought myself a jeroboam of it to celebrate. Had a cooler just big enough to fit it. Then invited some already retired colleagues over to join me in popping the cork. The best way I can put it, is the larger volume made it even smoother and flavorful. Hard to believe, but it was amazing! Now I am on my 35 year and just wish they had the 6 liter! If you love Chimay, you may want to spend the coin. It comes out to about 11 of the smaller bottles, so it is pricy. But like they say, you get what you pay for!Report abuse