Boreale Rousse

Boreale RousseTonight we went to a dinner party that our friends Adam and Elina put on. Elina is a blogger who runs HealthyandSane. I’ll get to details about the dinner shortly.

As I walked in the door, Adam offered me a Boreale Rousse – a beer he picked up in Montreal when he and Elina were up there on vacation recently. Try a beer that I’ve never seen? ABSOLUTELY!

Boreale Rousse

Boreale Rousse is a red ale. It was a light red color and had little head. It was low in carbonation, which made for a nice long smooth and creamy finish. The flavor was a balanced mix of malty and bitter. Overall, an interesting spin on a red ale and was more mild than many reds I have tried.

Dinner came from b.good. b.good serves high quality fast food. This was the first time I had ever had food from this joint.

As you can see, we were showered with burgers.

There was also a giant (mostly) delicious salad. “Mostly” because it was covered in chicken, making it a non-starter for us vegetarians. Everything except the meat looked good. I will say that the veggie burger I had was pretty good.

There was also a large platter of sweet potato fries (not pictured). Finally, smoothies rounded the meal out.

Good times, good beer, good people. Great night!

You can read more about our evening over at Elina’s blog.

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Author: Joshua Dion

I write about beer in an un-intimidating way, welcoming beer lovers of all experience levels.