One of my haul from the Cave à bulles, Paris France location:
Plein Lune Aubeloun 7%
A: Tawny orance color with an abundance of yeast floaties. (I did not swirl or shake before pouring)
S: Citrusy hops and grapefruit with a delicate toffee smell
T: Malt pops out at the front, followed by lemon/lime hops and a tart bitter finish
M: Smooth coating of resin with a perfect amount of carbonation to but the sticky
O: Although not exactly the "Full Moon," I'm looking for in an IPA, Plein Lune Aubeloun delivers a great kick of citrus hops and throat choke bitterness reserved for the highest in drinking pleasures. Kudos to the brew team, I Brasserie Pleine Lune line.
'Our Beer Plein Lune Aubeloun is an India Pale Ale. This is an English-born beer brewed in the 18th century. The India Pale Ale was originally destined for India. To support a journey that lasted for more than 6 months time, The IPA was overloaded with hops for better conservation during the trip.
Our Beer Plein Lune Aubeloun is a traditional amber beer, very fruity and powerful in the mouth. This India Pale Ale will awaken your taste buds with a very persistent finish end of the citrus types, specifically pulling the grapefruit.
Alcohol: 7% and 59 IBU (unit used by brewers to measure the bitterness of their beers)
Tip: Served between 8 ° C and 10 ° C'
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Plein Lune Aubeloun is a great example of how French craft beer is on the rise. If you're able to find one of these 50 IBU IPA nuggets while in France or abroad, don't hesitate to enjoy it to the fullest!