Duchesse Anne Beer 33cl 6.5°
A flavoursome beer made with the finest hops, offering a fruity malt body. "Duchesse Anne" refers to Ann of Britanny. Born in 1477, she was twice Queen of France (maried to Charles VII and then to Louis XII), she defended the independancy of her duchy. The union of both lands is symbolised by the Ermine and Fleur-de-Lys, emblem of the French Kingdom, was sealed in 1532. But Britanny knew how to keep its strong cultural identity until today. As a tribute to the Duchess Ann, Lancelot created this blonde beer in 1996.
Telenn du means "black harp" in breton.
|Net Weight||0.33 kg|
Born in 1990, the Lancelot Brewery is located at the heart of Brittany, in a mansion built in the times of Duchess Anne. The brewery is today installed in the beautiful renovated buildings of the former gold mine of Roc St-André, built in the nineteenth century on Neolithic remains.
Beers are all handcrafted and brewed in the respect of tradition. Rich in flavours and appreciated by connoisseurs, each sip takes you to the magical world of legends of the ancient Brocéliande forest.