Why do we consider Friday the 13th being an unlucky day? Has it to do with the murder on Friday the 13th of the Knights Templar on papal order throughout medieval Europe to curb the might and power of the keepers of the Truth and Faith? We can only guess but one beer celebrates this day as their brand name Malheur means serendipity and every Friday the 13th is a perfect day to enjoy a good Malheur beer. This brewery creates great beers ranging from 6 to 12 ABV%, with the crown in their jewel being the Bière Brut, which are top fermented Ales, refermented with Champagne yeast and finished like Champagne. Hopefully we will soon have the opportunity to have the whole range over in the UK for a proper tasting … on a Friday the 13th of course. Another reason might be that you can only fit 12 Malheur beers in a crate but then you can always drink the 13th one. In conclusion I say that it is time for the Knight Templar to take up arms again, but this time to become the keepers of the truth and faith in name of Zythos.