It’s a whirlwind business trip through Eastern Canada this week, and checked into my hotel in Quebec City early enough to get a pretty decent run in before dinner. I’m in the southern part of the city, no where near the historic old section where I was hoping to visit. Even so, it’s good to get out into the surrounding neighborhoods, and saw many other people out on the road getting a run in as well. Always good to see others out there running.
Later that evening with dinner, I had some La Fin Du Monde from Unibrou. La Fin Du Monde translates in English to “The End of the World”, and if this is the end of the world, then I feel fine. It’s a great example of the Belgian triple style. This brew has a wonderful complexity, with a zippy clove-like spiciness, some yeasty notes, and a tart fruitiness that I had trouble quite putting my finger on, so I’ll just say it was cherry-like.
Unibrou Brewing is in Chambly, Quebec, a few miles east of Montreal. Sure, I could get La Fin Du Monde at my local BevMo! down the street in San Jose, but it tastes that much better close to the source.