The low down:
Firstly, Luxembourg is pretty damn rad. Pretty much everyone has conquered and occupied this area over the past 500 years. From a beer perspective this is great news. We had a lot of crazy beer in Luxembourg, my gout-ridden friend Sean came out with me every night to a new bar to sample their delights. I chose this one because it's mental. Imagine you have arrived 3 hours ago, been for a traditional French meal and then found the nearest craft bar, right before explosions of fireworks lit up the tiny city sky. This was my first night in Luxembourg, and the beer is a perfect allegory.
I have no true feelings about this. It's ..... fine.
Citrus is on the money, ginger brings up the middle and while there's a bit of an aluminium tang, it does most things well.
Some cinnamon, some herbs and a fair chunk of roastiness. There's a lot going on.
Alcohol Content: 5/10
5%, which is either good or bad based on the rest of the beers I tried.
$13 (well 8 Euros, at Konrad) it's pretty good by Luxembourg standards, but Luxembourg is not a fiscally sustainable place to drink craft beer en masse.
|I am Convinced Sean can't camera. (this is a different beer)|
I did not take enough photos of beer on this trip, or of this beer. there was an insane celebration in Luxembourg the night we arrived with all sorts of exciting displays lighting up the sky. We visited a traditional French Rotisserie and Restaurant; Goethe Stuff (Les Espaces Saveurs) and think this beer would have sat spectacularly beside the Pièce du Boucher.