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Abbaye de Saint Bon ChienBFM
Saignelegier, Switzerland
Sour Ale
11% ABV
Abbaye de Saint Bon-Chien 2015BFM
Saignelegier, Switzerland
Bière de Garde
11% ABV
Bon Chien - 2006BFM
Saignelegier, Switzerland
Sour Ale
11% ABV
L’Abbaye de Saint Bon-Chien is an antique beer, a strong sour ale with 11% vol., brewed in honour of the ol’ brewery cat who has been sanctified upon its decease. This Cuvee, luminous amber in colour, matures for months in oak barrels that previously contained wine or other spirits. It is the oak barrels that give this beer the manifold complex aromas. On the palate the brew reminds one of fruity red wines with a pronounced acidity. Best served with: Appreciate this beer with grilled red meat, served at room temperature in a wineglass.
Bon Chien - 2007BFM
Saignelegier, Switzerland
Sour Ale
11% ABV
The color of this beer points out the old wines of Burgundy with their red tile with a light foam collar. With the nose, the ASBC surprises, because one finds there a range of very astonishing flavours, spices (grooves, wooded), of the brandy odors, ripe fruit and point liquorice and vegetable dry. In mouth, it is necessary to take more time than a beer of conventional tasting: one starts with velvety, raised of light carbonic giving a little nerve, to arrive on a light acidity of the vinous notes and a very low bitterness. The ASBC strikes by its length in mouth and its Port side. It is appropriate well for example for a steaklet of duck or foie gras stove thawed with the vinegar of Modena or for a bitter chocolate.
Bon Chien - 2011BFM
Saignelegier, Switzerland
Sour Ale
11% ABV
L’Abbaye de Saint Bon-Chien is an antique beer, a strong sour ale with 11% vol., brewed in honour of the ol’ brewery cat who has been sanctified upon its decease. This Cuvee, luminous amber in colour, matures for months in oak barrels that previously contained wine or other spirits. It is the oak barrels that give this beer the manifold complex aromas. On the palate the brew reminds one of fruity red wines with a pronounced acidity. Best served with: Appreciate this beer with grilled red meat, served at room temperature in a wineglass.
Bon Chien - 2012BFM
Saignelegier, Switzerland
Sour Ale
11% ABV
L’Abbaye de Saint Bon-Chien is an antique beer, a strong sour ale with 11% vol., brewed in honour of the ol’ brewery cat who has been sanctified upon its decease. This Cuvee, luminous amber in colour, matures for months in oak barrels that previously contained wine or other spirits. It is the oak barrels that give this beer the manifold complex aromas. On the palate the brew reminds one of fruity red wines with a pronounced acidity. Best served with: Appreciate this beer with grilled red meat, served at room temperature in a wineglass.
Bon Chien - 2013BFM
Saignelegier, Switzerland
Bon Chien 2014BFM
Saignelegier, Switzerland
Bière de Garde
11% ABV
L’Abbaye de Saint Bon-Chien is an antique beer, a strong sour ale with 11% abv aged in old wine oak barrels during one year. After the aging period, the different casks are blended together in order to obtain complexity and lots of flavors. St Bon-Chien is one of the world's flagship's sour beers coming from a mixed fermentation. It first ferments with wine yeast, then during the cask's maturation, lots of microorganisms coming from the casks change the beer's flavors' profile. The best way to enjoy a good Bon-Chien is to serve it in a kind of wine glass or a Teku at about 16°C or 60.6°F paired with a duck breast or some panned foie gras for example. Don't hesitate to keep some bottles in your cellar and age it, I can remember a fantastic Bon-Chien 2004 that we shared with some friend after 9 years ... Oh, I forgot it : Bon-Chien (Good Dog) was the first brewery's cat and she got holyfied when she died and became straight on Saint Bon-Chien. If you ever come and visit us, ask for it in French : "une Saint Bon-Ch' please" !
Bon Chien Grand Cru - 2013BFM
Saignelegier, Switzerland
Sour Ale
11% ABV
Spicy edition super blend from four barrels. Matured in rare Swiss white and red wine barriques. Brewed in 2011-2012, bottled in 2013 Editor’s note: named "Grand Cru Rosé" on the label around the neck.
DouzeBFM
Saignelegier, Switzerland
Belgian Pale
6.5% ABV
La BrouetteBFM
Saignelegier, Switzerland
Belgian
5% ABV
La Brouette, 5.0 % Vol., is BFM’s unfiltered ale that is brewed with 100% certified biological ingredients. This magnificently fruity and herbal beer is blended with green tea extract, ensuring a refining finish. Best served with: Try La Brouette with an aged Gruyere, preferably made from biological ingredients.
La CuivreeBFM
Saignelegier, Switzerland
Belgian Pale
5.2% ABV
La Cuivrée is an Amber Ale with 5.2% vol. It is a beer with nicely scented foam wrapped in a whiff of caramel that stems from Swiss and Czech hops. On the palate, the beer is bright, bitter, and well balanced. Best served with: La Cuivrée makes a perfect match with meat- and sausage specialties paired with sauerkraut. It’s also a treat to have one for apéro just by yourself.
La Cuvee Alex le RougeBFM
Saignelegier, Switzerland
Imperial Stout
10.3% ABV
La Cuvee Alex Le Rouge, a legendary brew from BFM, is a Jurassian Imperial Stout clocking in at 10.276 % vol. With its ebony colour, a dense coffee flavoured foam, the bouquet incorporates hints of liquorice, Bourbon vanilla, and Sarawak pepper. Dry hopping (detectable in the upper nose) and the use of roasted malts are also present in the beer. On the palate, Alex Le Rouge introduces burly and creamy tastes with developing aromas that are slightly acidic, but the finish proves to be long with a subtle tartness that grants this revolutionary Cuvee its ungovernable supremacy. Best served with: Alex Le Rouge is your ideal companion for chocolate desserts or relaxing moments with a nice Havana.
La DouzeBFM
Saignelegier, Switzerland
Belgian
6.5% ABV
Brewed with flowers of salt of Guérande (0.015%). Hops: Cascade, Amarillo and Saphir.
La DragonneBFM
Saignelegier, Switzerland
Spiced
7.5% ABV
This dark ale, which is supposed to be served hot (50°C), is full of surprises. At the high serving temperature there is neither froth nor gas, but the beer exudes the intense flavors of christmas spices and honey. On your palate you will sense a mixture of mildness and and spicery with a finish that is still dry and typically beer. Best served with: with almond pastry during après-ski
La MandragoreBFM
Saignelegier, Switzerland
Belgian Strong Dark
8% ABV
Our winter stout is brewed with jurassian spelt wheat and a complex mix o’ malts. La Mandragore’s colour is bright black with dense coffee foam. The nose reveals notes of pepper (Golding hop), smoke and roast. Creamy, mild, and aromatic on the palate, La Mandragore presents a long finish with medium tartness. Best served with: Relish La Mandragore with truffles made with bitter chocolate.
La MeuleBFM
Saignelegier, Switzerland
Belgian Blonde
An unconventional Golden Ale with an intense bouquet marked by burly hoppy notes (citrus fruits, dried hay, ginger) and a subtle hint of sage. In the mouth the carbonation transforms into genuine tartness, which gives this beer its long finish. Best served with: Ideal with a piece of old Gruyère, with Agnolotti and sage butter or with a fine poularde de Bresse
La QuatorzeBFM
Saignelegier, Switzerland
Wheat Ale
7.4% ABV
14th Anniversary brew! A weizen bock ale brewed with coffee beans. This is a unique new creation that is between an IPA and Wheat Beer with a touch of coffee extracted in a very special way and various types of hops added throughout the 90 minute boil.
La SalamandreBFM
Saignelegier, Switzerland
Witbier
6.3% ABV
Brewed with wheat- and barley malt, La Salamandre is a beer with a bloomy and tangy bouquet. On the palate, the subtle hints of yeast render the beer creamy with a tad o’ tartness, which is typical for wheat beers. The finish is hardly bitter, but racy, with a taste of bitter orange zest and discrete hops. Best served with: Pair it with soft cheeses or mildly seasoned curries.
La Tarry SuchongBFM
Saignelegier, Switzerland
Belgian
La TorpilleBFM
Saignelegier, Switzerland
Belgian Strong Dark
7.5% ABV
La Torpille is a Brown Ale with an aromatic fruity bouquet that includes notes of caramel, reminiscent of aromas of vintage wines from the Côtes-Rôties. On the palate, the taste is mild with hints of alcohol. The finish is semi bitter and aromatic in the nose. Best served with: Try La Torpille with duck or jerked meat.
Procrastinator 3BFM
Saignelegier, Switzerland
Eisbock
8.8% ABV
Procrastinator Batch #2 2014BFM
Saignelegier, Switzerland
Eisbock
13% ABV
Eisbock unfrozen accidentally forgotten in a tank outside the Brewery during several months breathing fresh air of the Swiss Mountains, aged in a Rum Barrel during 276 hours.
Procrastinator Ice BockBFM
Saignelegier, Switzerland
Eisbock
10% ABV
Spike & Jerome'sBFM
Saignelegier, Switzerland
Barleywine
10% ABV
Rare and Funky collaboration ale from Terrapin/BFM. Brewed with Spike from Terrapin and rum barrel aged Rye Barleywine (20% rye).
Sq Rt 225BFM
Saignelegier, Switzerland
Saison
5% ABV
Peachy, tart, dry, funky aroma, notes of kiwi and Pacific beach. Crisp, raw, complex body, very fruity but very controlled, with a small residual malt sweetness. Solid saison.