Previously from this brewery: n/a, this beer is the first out the limo!!!
Today has been hectic, and it's getting late, so you get some quick & dirty (shut yo mouth!) today. While I'm not done with the Belgians, I'm taking a slight detour and writing about one of the last beers on the trip, a bottle of Diekirch. Did I know the brewery was a subsidiary of Anheuser-Busch InBev at the time I ordered it? No, but it was the only beer from Luxembourg (Luxembourgian?) on the menu at the cafe. While not excited (in retrospect) to try a macro brew owned by InBev, this truly might have been the only chance I had in my life to try a beer made in Luxembourg, so I went for it.
So, the beer. In the glass, it pours a dark amber color. There's a nice malt sweetness, with just enough hops to make you pay attention. Some floral notes, maybe some honey, but in all fairly mellow. That being said, it was refreshing after walking around the very hilly yet beautiful Luxembourg City. Will I ever get to drink another one? Probably not, which is what makes this beer very interesting in my book.
|Had this in a cafe where they only spoke French.|
And I made it work! I am an international wonder.
Thing to Think About Today:
Luxembourg is a small country nestled between Germany, Belgium, and France. It's really not anywhere near Norway, where the random guys who sing this wonderfully odd and awesome song, The Fox, are from. I present Ylvis, just because I can. I'm European like that. Come find out what the fox says....
"Ducks say quack, and fish go blub"