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05-09-2013, 05:17 PM
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Originally Posted by HabsByTheBay View Post
La Trappe is definitely my favorite witbier in the Low Countries, at least in terms of something you can get at a cafe fairly easily. But Blanche de Chambly is better. Maybe it's because it was really hot the last time I was in Montreal and witbiers are amazing when it's hot, but oh man, I think about that beer a lot. You can't get it in England.

Brasserie d'Achouffe's La Chouffe is amazing as well. It's actually a blonde but it has the real fullness of a witbier. Blonde de Chambly is pretty good, but not quite as good as Blanche.
You might be right....
I mean, maybe I take the Blanche de Chambly too much for granted?

If you have a chance, then by all means, try the 1837 (from Unibroue as well) if you're lucky enough to find it. It's basically a Witbier on roids.

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