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Chouffe Belgian Blond – Non Alcoholic Beer

Choffe Belgian Blond Alcohol-Free Beer is an expertly crafted beverage that brings the flavor and complexity of traditional Belgian Blond beer to the realm of non-alcoholic drinks. Brewed with passion and expertise, this alcohol-free beer is designed to cater to beer enthusiasts who prefer to indulge in a guilt-free, yet flavorful, drinking experience.

With a focus on quality ingredients and a commitment to upholding the essence of Belgian brewing traditions, Choffe Belgian Blond Alcohol-Free Beer is a testament to the brewer’s skill in creating a brew that is both satisfying and invigorating.

Tasting notes

Chouffe Belgian Blond – Alcohol-Free Beer Tasting Notes:

  1. Appearance: Chouffe Belgian Blond pours a cloudy, golden yellow hue with a generous, frothy white head that lingers, leaving behind an attractive lacing on the glass.
  2. Aroma: On the scent, you’ll be greeted with a bouquet of fruity esters reminiscent of banana and pear, accompanied by subtle spicy notes of clove and coriander, as well as a gentle hint of bready maltiness.
  3. Taste: The flavor profile of Chouffe Belgian Blond Alcohol-Free Beer is dominated by a delicate balance between sweet, fruity notes and a touch of spiciness. The malt backbone provides a subtle biscuity undertone, while the hops offer a mild bitterness that complements the beer’s overall character.
  4. Mouthfeel: This non-alcoholic beer boasts a medium body with lively carbonation, providing a smooth and satisfying mouthfeel that is both refreshing and invigorating.
  5. Finish: The finish of Chouffe Belgian Blond Alcohol-Free Beer is relatively dry, with lingering fruity and spicy notes that entice you to take another sip.

Chouffe Belgian Blond Alcohol-Free Beer is an exceptional offering for those seeking an alcohol-free alternative without compromising on flavor and complexity. Its well-balanced profile and adherence to traditional Belgian brewing techniques make it a must-try for both non-alcoholic beer enthusiasts and lovers of Belgian Blond ales alike.

The tale commences in the late 1970s, in the heart of the Vallée des Fées (the Valley of the Fairies), when two brothers-in-law, Pierre Gobron and Chris Bauweraerts chose to create their own beer in the garage owned by Chris’ mother-in-law. With limited funds at the time, they initiated what the brewery’s enthusiasts now refer to as the “Chouffe Story”. The initial batch of 49 litres was brewed on 27 August 1982.
In 1992, a decade later, production escalated from 3,400 hectolitres to 5,000 hectolitres per year. The brewery had made an investment in a new brewing facility, allowing them to elevate each batch from 22 hectolitres to 70 hectolitres. At that time, the Achouffe Brewery exclusively produced large, 75cl bottles and “small” 20L barrels of La Chouffe and Mc Chouffe. The 33cl bottles only surfaced in May 2009.
As the brewery expanded, so did its family of gnomes.
Marcel (La Chouffe) and Malcolm (Mc Chouffe) were soon accompanied by new comrades, including Matthew (Houblon Chouffe) and now Micheline (Cherry Chouffe)! Each gnome embodies one of the beers in the collection, each possessing their individual story and characteristics.