MÉTHODE CHAMPENOISE

Champagne style beers are generally ales that are finished “à la méthode originale” for champagne. Examples include Grottenbier, DeuS, Malheur Bière Brut, and surprisingly from Brazil- Eisenbahn Lust , Lust Prestige, and from Cervejaria Wäls- Brut. They receive a second fermentation much like Champagne does and are stored for several months “sûr lie” while the fermentation lasts. This creates the smaller, softer bubbles that we know from Champagne, but maintains the beer flavor and style. (Article from Wikipedia: “Beer in Belgium“)

Since many of the beers in the Méthode champenoise  category tend to fall into the classic Strong Ale style, we suggest that you review that page.

RELATED MÉTHODE CHAMPENOISE BREWVIEWS:
March 10, 2014: BROUWERIJ BOSTEELS DEUS

ABBEY

AMBER

BIÈRE DE GARDE

BLONDE

BROWN

CHRISTMAS / WINTER

FLEMISH RED

HOPPY

IPA

LAMBIC

MÈTHODE CHAMPENOISE

OUD BRUIN

OTHER

PALE ALE

PILS

SAISON

SCOTCH

SOUR

STOUT

STRONG ALE

TABLE

TRAPPIST

WITBIER

 

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