Virginia Beer Co. Bière De Garde

Brewed by The Virginia Beer Company

Bière de Garde8.6% ABV33 IBU

Independent Craft Brewer Seal

A cousin to the Saison Tournante series, Bière De Garde is a high gravity, French country ale that has undergone a long, cool fermentation process. This beer features prominent earthy + fruity estery flavors and a crisp, biting finish that make it the perfect bold recipe to usher in the cold weather season.

Grain Bill: Bohemian Pilsner, Munich, Victory, and Midnight Wheat. Hops: Columbus.

Hops: Columbus

Grains/Adjuncts: Munich Malt, Victory Malt, Bohemian Pilsner, Midnight Wheat


The Virginia Beer Company
Carry this beer?

Promote your beer to thirsty patrons looking for it.

Learn More

Available near Ann Arbor, Michigan

Heads up! Virginia Beer Co. Bière De Garde may not be available near you. Follow this beer to get notified when it's available nearby, try searching in a different area, or discover some similar beer.

Bell's Amber Ale

Bell's Amber Ale

American Amber Ale5.8% ABV

Bell's BreweryComstock , MI

Available at very few places nearby

A mixture of toasted grain & light caramel notes with a range of floral, citrus and herbal hop notes, capped by a clean bitterness.

Alaskan Amber

Alaskan Amber

American Amber Ale5.3% ABV19 IBU

Alaskan Brewing CompanyJuneau, AK

Available at very few places nearby

Our flagship beer is based on a turn-of-the-century recipe-- smooth and richly malty, this altbier goes well with any meal.

Short's Bellaire Brown

Short's Bellaire Brown

American Brown Ale7.0% ABV14 IBU

Short's Brewing CompanyBellaire, MI

Bellaire Brown is a full-flavored brown ale that derives sweet caramel and toasted qualities from four different kinds of malt and specialty grains. Select hop varieties create an enticing aroma and dry finish. Bellaire Brown is very dark and rich, which makes it hard to classify as a brown, but it is certainly considered a delicious masterpiece. Bellaire Brown was originally created to appeal to people who enjoyed drinking coffee, and to beer drinkers who are not interested in hoppy options. When Joe Short was creating the Bellaire Brown recipe, he desired a beer that was meatier and burlier than most browns. Bellaire Brown is a great gate-way beer for drinkers to be introduced to darker beer varieties.