Sunday, January 5, 2014

Abbaye De Saint Bon-Chien all over the floor

The following recent beer review contains heavy amounts of the fuck word and excessive sloppy consumption of highly rated beers.

In fact, the beer that me and my Ridiculous Co-Host x-rated reviewed on this winter evening is so world class rated that it is often considered to be better than the best. (although not everyone agrees as to what the best is.) Too bad much of the prize winning brew ended up on the floor and, as skin moisturizer.

BFM (Brasserie des Franches-Montagnes)- Abbaye De Saint Bon-Chien

Switzerland, Bière de Garde 11.00%

[caption id="attachment_2346" align="aligncenter" width="481"]DSC_2135 Picked this beauty up at A la bière comme à la bière[/caption]

There is nothing unusual with the amount of drunk going on in this week's video, I do feel that bold, complex beers like Abbaye De Saint Bon-Chien should be consumed when the palate is more... how shall we say.... primed. Perhaps with less... saturation. 

That being said, I'd like to make a point to try this beer again in the future and better analyze the reasoning behind the greatness. What is all the hype? It made me want to vomit. Could have been the Bon Veux, Biere d'hiver and Rouge Double Chocolate Stout I had earlier in the evening trying to leave the stomach party through the front door. Is Saint Bon-Chien is a party crasher? Or the best beer since open fermentation revival?

Until next time, enjoy the antics.

"She smell's like Cantillon."



  1. Hilarious! I've had this beer a few times, although it's ungodly expensive here, $30+ a bottle. I also had some recently on draft at a barrel aged event that had been aged in PX sherry barrels. It was amazing, to say the least. And I can think of far worse perfumes than a bit of sour beer!

  2. Sour floor beer doesn't make for the best smell when one realizes they are over dosing on the expensive beers. I can't wait to try it again and compare. I hope I haven't Jack Daniels'd myself to it. :-/

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