Canada. Le Castor microbrewery adds 100% organic Cassis Bleuet to its beer range
Canadian microbrewery Le Castor has added to its range of handcrafted beers, Cassis Bleuet, a beer made from wild blueberries and blackcurrants, 100% organic. Its alcohol content is 6.8%. Cassis Bleuet belongs to the Sauvages et Acidulés range.
This is an ideal time of year to grow berries or forest fruits such as blueberries, black currants, cherries and raspberries. Indeed, Le Castor then uses this season to create dry, light and thirst-quenching beers.
Le Castor brewers explain that they had no intention of making a blackcurrant and blueberry beer. This idea was born thanks to the local producers, and in particular to the one who proposed to the brewery if they were interested in their fruit harvest.
How to taste Cassis Bleuet by Le Castor
It is recommended to enjoy Le Castor Cassis Bleuet with creamy cheeses, wild meat and fresh fruit.
Don’t drink and drive. Enjoy responsibly.
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