A couple weeks ago a friend of mine dropped by for a couple days and brought some fancy beers. The best was a Flanders Red Ale called Duchesse de Bourgogne from the Brouwerij Verhaeghe brewery in Belgium.
It has a slightly sour taste, but a dynamite fruit tone and smooth aftertaste. Absolutely the best beer I have ever had!
I thought the name Bourgogne was a familiar name, so I did a quick search on my family tree and . . .
- Zaak Robichaud (1976)
- son of Ronald Robichaud (1950)
- son of Uldège Robichaud (1923)
- son of Alban Robichaud (1895)
- son of Louis Robichaud (1857)
- son of Anselme Robichaud (1821)
- son of Anselme Robichaud (1780)
- son of François Robichaud (1752)
- son of Marie LeBorgne de Belleisle (1717)
- daughter of Alexandre LeBorgne de Belleisle (1692)
- son of Marie Saint-Étienne de la Tour (1654)
- daughter of Charles-Amadour Saint-Étienne de la Tour (1593)
- son of Marye de Salazar (1560)
- daughter of Hector de Salazar (1530)
- son of Christian de Salazar (1500)
- son of Hector de Salazar (1450)
- son of Marguerite St. Fargeau de la Tremouille (1425)
- daughter of Georges de la Tremouille (1386)
- son of Marie de Sully heiress de Craon (1360)
- daughter of Louis de Sully I (1330)
- son of Marguerite de Bourbon (1300)
- daughter of Louis de Bourbon I (1279)
- son of Beatrice de Bourbon-Bourgogne (1260)
- daughter of Seigneur Jean de Bourgogne Bourbon (1231)
- son of Hugh Thessalonica IV, Duke of Bourgogne and his wife Yolande de Dreux (1212) who would have been the Duchesse de Bourgogne.