Annedd'ale

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Annedd'ale is a new type of beer which is being developed using only products which would have been available in Quebec in 1536.[1] The goal of the project is to create a distinct style of beer for Quebec.

The two main ingredients are the annedda or balsam fir and a yeast harvested in the vaults of the first commercial brewery in Quebec.

It is being developed by Mario D'Eer, Philippe Wouters and Michel Gauthier.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ JOHN, JORDAN ST. (June 19, 2011). "A beer to call their own". IfPress. 
  2. ^ Turcotte, Danny (2 Mar 2011). "Annedd'ale, un style québécois". Bières du Québec.