Unibroue Brings Back Seigneuriale for a Limited Time

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CHAMBLY, QCUnibroue has announced the return of a lesser known but well loved brand that has been unavailable for half a decade.

Originally brewed by the now defunct Brasserie Seigneuriale, and available for several years from Unibroue before being retired in 2008, Seigneuriale is a strong Belgian-style amber ale with the following tasting notes provided by the brewery:

Subtle bouquet of citrus and apricots accented by floral hop notes. Vinous, refreshingly crisp and spicy, with an assertive hop finish. Enhanced by accents of roasted malt, cocoa, ripe fruit and dark spices with a smooth finish like an old port.

Unibroue Seigneuriale is available now in several provinces, and has been released in 341 ml bottles distributed exclusively in a Unibroue mixed pack, as well as in 750 ml bottles. Format availability and price varies by province.

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  1. What does Unibroue have against Ontario? The only Unibroue product I’m seeing on the LCBO website is Blache De Chambly.

    It’s always been a pain to get any Unibroue in Ontario. I often end up driving to the US for it and paying duty. Which is absurd on many levels.

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    • CBN

      Seigneuriale will be available at the LCBO in 750 ml bottles. And Ontario got a large allotment of 17 this year – still plenty around even though it’s listed as discontinued.

      You can also get Blanche de Chambly, La Fin du Monde, Maudite & Trois Pistoles at The Beer Store.

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