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Bęte Blanche Brewed by Elysian Brewing - Seattle, Washington


Bęte Blanche Brewed by Elysian Brewing - Seattle, Washington

Elysian's deceptive and delicious spring seasonal returns to shelves on February 1, 2012. If you've visited the Elysian pubs over the years, you may have tried "The Bitch". While we can't divulge the full story on the nickname of the beer, here are a few words about it from Head Brewer Dick Cantwell:

"Belgium is full of inspiration for a beer like Bęte Blanche, from strong golden ales like Duvel to the many delicious tripels, both in and out of monasteries. Crisp, estery, refreshing and a little dangerous, Bęte Blanche is the perfect spring seasonal. We've been brewing it almost since the beginning, back when the only reliably warm place for bottle conditioning was our second floor office, where a hundred or so cases sat--until bottles started exploding and we almost literally had to put together a bucket brigade to get it all downstairs and into the cold room. That really wasn't the kind of dangerous we had in mind!"
 
      Bęte Blanche Brewed by Elysian BrewingElysian Brewing
 
BĘTE BLANCHE Belgian-style Tripel is extremely drinkable, blonde and somewhat treacherous. Brewed entirely from Pale malt with Belgian candy sugar in the boil. Bittered with German Northern Brewer and finished with Styrian Goldings hops; fermented with Belgian Ale yeast. 7.4% ABV

About Elysian Brewing Company
Elysian operates three neighborhood brewpubs and a production facility in Seattle. Known for variety, Elysian has brewed more than 200 different beers since opening in 1996. http://www.elysianbrewing.com
 

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