Brasserie Dieu Du Ciel
Rosee D’Hibiscus is a Belgium wheat beer that is made with hibiscus flowers giving the beer a very reddish color. The initial pour had no head and minimal lacing. I noticed the aroma of the beer right away after I poured. It had a very strong floral smell which comes directly from the hibiscus flowers that are added in during the brewing process. The beer had a distinct acidic taste but was not overwhelming. The floral flavor quickly translated into the taste as well. I would recommend this beer for people to try but wouldn’t go running back to the store to pick up more. Plus, it also had one of the most hideous bottle logos I have ever seen.
This beer was first born back in May 2006 in Montreal at the Brasserie Dieu Du Ciel brewpub.
IBU: not listed but low