Blanche de Namur was the little girl of Count Jean de Namur. It is said that Magnus IV Eriksson, King of Sweden and Norway, was tempted by the excellence of the princess, while making a beeline for France looking for a lofty spouse. The princess left for Scandinavia in August 1335 and never observed the banks of the Meuse to become Queen of Norway , Sweden and Skåne.

In memory of her magnificence, her tenderness and delicacy, the Brasserie Bocq devoted her a white beer: " Blanche de Namur"

Overcast, smooth and smooth, the Blanche de Namur is a wheat beer best in class. From the main taste, you feel all the roundness and delicacy that make it an uncommon beer. Its characteristics and the "expertise" of the distillery, earned this beer the qualification of the best white beer on the planet in 2009, 2013 and 2014.

A genuine model of its sort, both flower and fruity, with inconspicuous traces of coriander and orange strip. The nose is fresh, rather sensitive. Serve cool, not cold, to appreciate the flavor and emphasize the rich bitterness that folds over the mouth throughout the tasting.

  • Alcohol By Volume (ABV)
  • SRM Color Scale
    2 - 4
  • International Bitterness Units (IBUs)
    10 - 17
  • Carbonation
    Fast Rising Bubbles
  • Clarity
  • Color
    Straw to Pale
  • Alcohol
    Not Detectable to Mild
  • Palate Body
  • Palate Carbonation
  • Palate Length/Finish
  • Apparent Attenuation
    80 - 86
Food Pairings
  • Cheese
    Mascarpone, Goat
  • Entrée
    Moules and Frites, Roasted Turkey, Caesar Salad, Pasta with Cream Sauce, Veal, Turkey, Thai Stir Fry, White Fish, Mussels
  • Dessert
    Panna Cotta
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