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Bière de Garde
also called "keeping beer"

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  1. These farmhouse-style beers were usually brewed in the winter and spring, to avoid unpredictable problems with the yeast during the summertime

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    created by user picturefactobot on February 18, 2009
  2. is a style of ale traditionally brewed in the Pas-de-Calais region of France

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  3. Typically, beers of this style are of a copper colour but vary from golden to almost black, and as the name suggests the origins of this style lies in the tradition that it was matured/cellared for a period of time once bottled (and most sealed with

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  4. A lighter coloured example of a Bière de Garde
    A lighter coloured example of a Bière de Garde

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  5. There are many artisanally/traditionally brewed Bière de Gardes available in France, but some of the better known brands include

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