La Goudale


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Technical sheet

Producer: Les Brasseurs de Gayant
Volume: 33cl
Alcohol Vol.: 7%
Type Of Beer: De Garde
Country: France
The La Goudale (£11.72) is a/an de garde produced by Les Brasseurs de Gayant from France and has an alcoholic content of 7%. A beer rated with 4 of 5 points according to Drinks&Co's users.

Description of La Goudale

La Goudale


  • Color: La Goudale has a golden orange colour.
  • Smell: Aroma of banana, apple, yeast.
  • Mouth: The taste is slightly fruity sweet and slightly bitter.

ABV: 7.2% Vol


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The Brand

Les Brasseurs de Gayant

The Brewery La Goudale lies in Northern France near the border of Belgium. The name comes from the 14th century when people referred to good beer as "Goudalle" or "Good Ale". And good quality is exactly what the Gayant brewers aim at.

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Reviews of La Goudale


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4 /5

Its slight taste of special malts, flavored with the hops of the Flanders as well as its aromas of high fermentation, give to the Goudale all its character and its balance
It is golden, dense, tasty and long in the mouth
Synonymous quality for connoisseurs, symbol of quality for the amateurs, tasting beer for some, beer of friendship for others..
No doubt, the Goudale Brewers of Gayant is unanimous!
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4 /5

Brewed by the Douai Gayant Brewers, the Goudale is a blond high fermentation beer that fittingly represents the so-called Guard beers, brewed for generations in northern France. These beers have before their bottling, a longer than average period of maturation, which will help develop their all their taste pallets. La Goudale Is one of them. It is produced with special malts and flavored with hops finely selected Flanders. La Goudale Develops in the glass a golden yellow color, limpid and is adorned with a good relatively persistent foam head. It offers the nose fruity and spicy aromas with strong yeast notes. Mouth we discover a sweet and fruity roundness of beer or malt coats spicy yeast notes and the bitterness of the hops frank Flanders. The finish dry and hoppy. All right end of a recipe from the Middle Ages, the Goudale takes its name from its history. Indeed, as mentioned on the label, the fourteenth century, good beers were called Goudale, or Goudalle Good Ale. They were selling the pot 2 deniers, in a named Goudalier merchant.
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