Terenez Brown Beer 75cl 7.5°
A night velvet, a finesse without bitterness. Its a Porter Stout. A shammy foam, red fruits scents, a series of flavours starting with liquorice, to melt into coffee and exit on a blackcurrant note. Its character matches perfectly with cooked meals and chocolate.
6 and 8 degrees.
From the sea to the land… La Brasserie du Bout du Monde (Land’s End Brewery) was born in Brittany, 2013, after three years of thinking, research and studies, as “quality and taste flourish with time, and such is the spirit of our brewery”, entrepreneur O. Lallemand says, placing quality at the heart of his concerns.
The brewery uses full-bodied mashing schedules (a steady single temperature for the mashing): the mashing process consists of soaking the crushed malt to extract starch. The brewery is unusually located in a former military tunnel where the beers are refined at least two weeks at a temperature of 12 to 14°C.
This underground tunnel served as a warehouse for NATO’s ammunition. It was then used by the Ministry of Defense and was bought by the municipality communities in 2009.