I think that these may be the last of the beers I got while on the first holiday in France this year, there may be one or two more but we will have to see later. Some of these where drunk back home but some where drunk in France, anyway they were all bought over there.
Gayant, La Goudale Ambree from France
7.2% amber in colour with a thin head, some caramel in the aroma and not a bad taste at all.
Saint Germain, Page 24 IPA from France
4.9% amber colour with a thin head, it was quite nice and not really an IPA at all.
Saint Germain, Page 24 Irish Stout from France
3.9% black in colour with a thin head. light roasted aroma, taste is light roast but with a watery finish.
St-Feuillien, Saint Graal from Belgium
8.0% hazy gold colour with a good head, sweet aroma and a strong fizzy taste, very strong.
Brasseries de Bourbon, Bourbon from Réunion Island (France)
5.0% gold in colour with a thin head, there was some grass in the aroma and the taste was quite nice.