Brasserie Du Mont Blanc France

Brasserie du Mont Blanc first opened its doors in the 1830s and was one of the largest breweries in the French Alps before closing in 1956.  In 1999, Sylvain Chiron relaunched the brewery in the hopes of restoring the Savoyard brewing tradition.  Named after Europe’s highest mountain peak and located in the Chamonix valley, the brewery brews its beers with the Mont Blanc glacier’s crystalline water (from the Enchapleuze Spring at an altitude of 6,804 feet).

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Mont Blanc La Blanche

This light, refreshing beer brewed with wheat carries a sophisticated spice bouquet with coriander and curaçao orange peel.  Winner of the 2011 bronze medal at the Paris Concours Général Agricole.

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