Gauloise Christmas is the winter beer. A brown dark ruby red tinge beer brewed by Brasserie du Bocq. It has a clear with a fine-bubbled, generous white head. It tastes rich, somewhat estery in flavour (fermentation) and a hint of coriander. Its roasted malt gives it a caramelised taste with hints of caramel, chocolate and spices. It is characterised by its well-balanced flavour.
Alcohol content of 8.1%.
Serving temperature: 8-12°C
The Gauloise was the first beer brewed by the Brasserie du Bocq in 1858. At the time, Martin Belot, the Brewery’s founder drew his inspiration from the many Gallo-Roman sites in the region to create an authentic beer representative of Gallic brewing know-how: The “Gauloise”.