Unibroue Seigneuriale

Mauricio Beltramelli
Updated 11 de Junho de 2013
Unibroue Seigneuriale


Álcool (%)
7.5% ABV
Copo ideal

The copper-colored body and generous foam head of this amber ale tantalize the eyes but it's the complex flavor of Seigneuriale that delivers a pleasant surprise. It is slightly sweet, malty and spicy, but a distinctive hop character and notes of apricot brandy give Seigneuriale a truly unique character. 

We recommending pairing it with carved ham, apricot-glazed duck or squab, Thai shrimp curry or a holiday fruit cake.

Seigneuriale (Lordly) recalls a recipe originally brewed by La Brasserie Seigneuriale 3 in nearby Boucherville, Québec. 

In 1667, Pierre Boucher Sieur de Grosbois established a Seigneurie (seigneury) in Boucherville on the south shore of Montréal.

The brewery and brand were named for a sumptuous manor built by Francois Pierre Boucher in the 1750s, which was designated as a historic monument in 1974.

Unibroue proudly dedicates this premium beer to the Seigneurial Regime of Medieval Europe which flourished in Nouvelle-France until the mid-19th century. 

To help maintain this historic manor, Unibroue donates a portion of the sales of Seigneuriale to La Société du Patrimoine de Boucherville (The Heritage Society of Boucherville).

Enjoy Seigneurial following an outdoor adventure, such as camping, hunting or a fishing expedition with family and friends.

Winner of 2 Gold Medals from the Beverage Testing Institute since 2005.


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