Dremmwel Blonde Bio - Brasserie Artisanale Du Trégor
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Ratings: 7 | Reviews: 4 | Display Reviews Only:
Reviews by benfons:
3.8/5 rDev +0.8%
A: clear pale blonde colour, small head, some carbonation rising up
S: biscuity, some hops, hints of apple and peach, simple but nice
T: a pleasant biscuity taste with some fruity accents, with a nice slightly bitter hoppy finish
M: medium body, good carbonation, rather dry
O: simple but pleasant and really enjoyable beer
03-27-2014 23:27:58 | More by benfons
More User Reviews:
4/5 rDev +6.1%
A - A nice hazy blond to look at. Carbonation bubbles running through the glass. And a very nice white cap that slowly retracts.
S - A good smell of citrus fruits and yeast, with some pine in there as well.
T - There is a pinely taste in this beer. I took a while for me to bring it home, but ok who gives a damn. For a 5%beer I am impressed of the body and complexity of it all. The balance is real good. A nice, nice beer that becomes better with every sip you take.
M - A nice somewhat sticky feeling mixed with a real pleasant medium carbonation. A good body for a 5% ABV.
O - A good thirst quencher for a warm and sunny day. This beer is value for money.
09-29-2011 20:32:45 | More by Mar02x
4/5 rDev +6.1%
A-Same bottle as Dremmwel blonde but with certified organic labels. Malt, hops, spice and sugar are all certified organic. Pours a hazy golden amber with thick, rocky, persistent head.
S-Pleasant biscuity malt, light fruit notes, and nice hop presence. Bits of citrus, pear, light fruits, white grape.
T&M-Well-balanced slightly sweet and rich malt flavor and bitter hops. Lots of white fruit flavors--grapes, pear. Lighter-moderate carbonation. All-around good-drinking brew.
O-Pleasant surprise...well-made easy-drinking session brew...slightly lower in alcohol than a lot of other Belgian pales that I enjoy. Worth seeking out, refreshing and I wish I had more than one.
09-10-2011 18:41:44 | More by BoitSansSoif
3.85/5 rDev +2.1%
A biological beer that has a nice lacing head and a pretty golden, yellow color. A very fine head.
Smell is hoppy with subtle European hops, that add a light spicy and somwhat herbal smells. The base of the beer is a pilsner malt, that has a light and fresh maltiness. The yeast is light on the fruit and adds a low estery profile.
Taste is very fresh with a distinct hoppy note supported by the light and crispy malts. The hops are more pronounced than the smell would make me expect. They are spicy and somewhat like raw European hops can smell. The kind of hop taste like sniffing a bag of some noble hop, a bit resiny and spicy. The malt base seems simple, just a light pilsner base, no Maillard or caramel or anything. The yeast is subtle and adds a light fruity taste. Mouthfeel is light and fits the beerstyle.
12-01-2012 17:06:11 | More by Absumaster
Dremmwel Blonde Bio from Brasserie Artisanale Du Trégor
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