Fruits de La Choulette is a peach flavoured craft beer made in France. It contains 9% fruit juice and is 5% alcohol. Deliciously refreshing, smooth and easy drinking. Cloudy in appearance and best drunk straight from the fridge.
In the village of Hordain about fifteen kilometers south of Valenciennes, La Brasserie is one Choulette the last brewery founded North 19 th century and still active. Heir to this rich brewing past, the Brasserie La Choulette has retained the authenticity of true artisanal production. Today it claims a terroir: the North. Among the Dhaussy family, brewing is also a family affair, a profession, a passion passed down from generation to generation.
This is the beginning of the Great Choleur and the Cholette (pronounced Choulette). Now a tasting beer, Fruits de La Choulette wants to be the daughter of the beers that flowed freely in The Tales of a Beer Drinker or King Gambrinus. Indeed, what could be more natural than using this ancestral name drawn from the game of choulette to designate a beer brewed in the purest tradition of the artisan brewers of Hainaut. A beer made in a brewery farm whose activity started in 1885. The brasserie La Choulette takes its name from the game of lacrosse. Indeed, Choulette designates the small wooden ball that is struck with the help of a stick. Very popular in the 19th century, the traditional game is still played in Hainaut.
Charles Deulin (1863-1920) writer of the end of the 19th century wrote the tales of a beer drinker, one of whose short stories Le Grand Choleur refers to the game.