Eisenbahn Pale Ale - Cervejaria Sudbrack Ltda
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3.53/5 rDev -9.7%
Golden amber color with a two finger head with medium retention and leaving laces.
Good aroma of malt, Belgian yeast, fruits and floral hops.
Malty flavor with an elegant bitterness and hints of condiments, Belgian yeast again, guaraná and apples. Dry and bitter aftertaste, nice that has some persistence.
Light towards medium body with good carbonation and a spicy feeling.
Well balanced beer, with a nice flavor and pleasant to drink. Good session ale.
05-25-2013 19:14:16 | More by FLima
3.6/5 rDev -7.9%
350ml served in a mug.
A: Pours a bit cloudy orange to amber color forming a small aired bubbled yellow head. Low retention and many lacings left
S: Sweet on the nose. Toffee, honey, Belgian yeasts, dark fruits (grapes) and flowery hops
T: Follows the nose. Caramel malts, roasted malts, Belgian yeasts. Metallic and biscuity. Grassy hops bitterness
M: Light body. Good carbonation. Good bitter aftertaste
O: Good drinkability. Good quality Eisenbahn, as usual
07-31-2012 23:43:23 | More by eduardolinhalis
3.63/5 rDev -7.2%
Had the opportunity to try this on tap at the brewpub in Blumenau while on business.
Color is right in the amber range, white fairly thin bubbly head.
Someone earlier described it as hitting you belgian yeasts on the nose and this is exactly what my impression of it was as well.
Taste was pretty true to style, picked up the belgian yeasty notes and a the malts definitely came into play on this one. clean drinking and refreshing, especially in the heat and humidly!
Blumenau itself was settled by Germans,(the town has a giant Oktoberfest each year) so many of their beers reflect that heritage, incredible to see how they brought that culture across the ocean. A really unexpected find, if you are ever in the area, be sure to check it out!
11-30-2011 23:53:02 | More by Adamostella
3.28/5 rDev -16.1%
Pours a pale deep golden and copper color that shows a nice fluffy white head with moerdate retention and above average lacing.
Aroma is of cereal grain, bread and biscuity malts followed by floral and citric hops (with orange and lemony notes).
Taste follows aroma starting out with a grainy and kinda stale malt profile followed by the citric/floral hop combination. Finishes with a mild bitterness that lingers somewhat in the aftertaste.
Body is medium to low and carbonation is high. Medium drinkability.
Overall an average pale ale with a malt profile that IMO is kind of stale and grainy, reminding me of a lager. Not much fruity ale-yeast contribution to the beer. The hops are pretty nice in this beer that leans more towards a British Pale Ale than an American.
09-25-2011 22:49:46 | More by paulozanello
3.8/5 rDev -2.8%
I was able to try the Eisenbahn Pale Ale at Figuera Restaurant in Sao Paulo. This was a good beer. The appearance was clear copper color with decent carbonation that provided a thin white head that lasted through the beer. The smell was ok, hops were subtle but noticable. The taste was a smooth lightly hopped ale which finished off the pallet very clean. The mouthfeel was very good, this is definitely a session ale.
08-18-2011 14:14:04 | More by WoodBrew
4/5 rDev +2.3%
Got this while in Brazil, at a decent wine, beer, and liquor shop in the downtown area of Larajeiras, Vitoria, E.S.
Pasty white fizzy head of about a finger rises and fades semi quickly over mostly clear golden orange colored beer.
Nose has some light hops, hint of citrus and grassy hops, light malts, and a golden ale like aroma, light and crisp, with a slight cheap lager aroma too.
Taste is fairly light, very crisp and drinkable, a nice refreshing ale taste, a nice Belgian pale ale malty flavor, light Belgian yeast, some light mild grassy hops and a bit of earth, light fruits, with a slight bready malt flavor too. Finishes with some bitterness, a bit of lingering grassy hops, some light malts, and fairly dry and crisp.
Mouth is medium bodied with decent carbonation.
Drink is pretty good, sessionable, a nice dry finish, and goes down very smooth and crisp. This is the best beer so far I've had from Brazil. The nose gets a little extra loss from a light cheap lager aroma, which I'm starting to think might be the water, but otherwise I could really drink this one, even in the crazy heat down there.
01-15-2011 04:28:48 | More by jlindros
3.7/5 rDev -5.4%
12 oz. bottle, thanks Jon,
A: Pours a light amber, light white head, mild lacing.
S: Interesting Belgian yeast notes, grainy malt, grassy hops.
T: On the first sip I expected an APA and was like what is this? Found out it was a Belgian-style pale and the flavours made more sense. Dry earthy hop presence mixes with the sourdought malt in an interesting mix. An APA/BPA hybrid is really what it tastes like. Mild acidity in the aftertaste, with apricot/nectarine.
M: Fizzy, soapy carbonation. Light bodied. Needs smaller bubbles. Off-dry finish.
D: Like all the Eisenbahn beers I've had, the drinkablity is solid, and goes down easy as they say. The 12 oz. lasted for all of 10 minutes. Aside from the mouthfeel problems, it's a nice beer, the flavour is good, which is the most importatnt thing.
02-03-2009 01:30:43 | More by Halcyondays
3.9/5 rDev -0.3%
On-tap at Mulligan's Irish Pub in Porto Alegre, Brazil. On to the beer:
The head is creamy, thick, and rich on top this hazy gold body. Could it be fools gold? The nose gets a phenolic kick to it. Yep, this is Belgian inspired. Taste like it is too. Actually, I didn't like the taste much as first because I was expecting something sweet and fruity. Instead, I got a lighter imitation of Orval. That means very dry with an echo of apricots, some notes of soap. Then it goes bitter before going sour and acidic.
Somewhat of an acquired taste becasue of the Belgian yeast. Worth trying out. Also known as S.A.P.A. in the United States market.
01-15-2009 03:21:15 | More by DoubleJ
3.98/5 rDev +1.8%
I was very pleasantly surprised by this South American beer, as I was expecting a lot less. Poured to a golden orange, with good carbonation and a thick foamy head that dissipated fairly quickly. Nose was a nice mix of malty sweet and hoppy fruit. Mouthfeel was full and the malts and hops worked together for slightly bittersweet sensation. Taste was well rounded and the finish smooth along.
Would make a good session beer.
11-30-2008 03:38:25 | More by kimcgolf
4.08/5 rDev +4.3%
This one was bought and almost immediately consumed quite fresh, while in Brazil. The label initially gave me the impression this was an american pale ale for whatever reason, which clearly is not.
Dark golden with reddish highlights, a head on the small side with good retention and average lacing. The aroma is the first hint this is not an american pale ale; it is closer to a belgian as it is classified here; fruity and malty on the nose, a pleasant medium body that opens into a fairly sweet malty note, evolving into a fruitiness with an occasional bitter kick, all the while maitaining heavier fruity and sweet notes.
Not very complex but quite pleasant, highly drinkable, another nice find from this brewery.
07-04-2008 13:58:35 | More by brdc
4.45/5 rDev +13.8%
Appearance - Beautiful golden copper color with a nice creamy withe head.
Smell - Sweet malt and fruity character.
Taste - Sweet malt with a mediun bitterness and a dry finish.
Mouthfell - Medium body, low carbonation and alcohol warmy.
Drinkability - Balanced, a beer to be drinked everyday.
Notes: The best brazilian pale ale available!
04-03-2008 16:00:42 | More by willer
4.45/5 rDev +13.8%
Eisenbahn--South America's Craft Brewery it says on the label. I had no idea what to expect on this but since I had never seen it before, it was definitely worth a try.
Appearance is gold-amber --nice lush head of 1 inch--diminishes quickly. Holds a good amount of foam on the top of the beer. Very nice lace remains all around.
Smell is fairly mild. There is some malty sugary type smell maybe even brown sugar or a hint of maple. Also some floral character too. Nothing too strong.
Extremely pleasant taste. It fits the pale ale description well but definitely has the Belgian characteristic effervescence but its actually a little more subdued than you would find in a Belgian pale.
Pleasant mouthfeel --very quenching-not syrupy and not too dry. Perfect carbonation level. Extremely drinkable. I may have to go back to the store I got this from and buy the rest of their stock.
07-14-2006 20:32:28 | More by rousee
Eisenbahn Pale Ale from Cervejaria Sudbrack Ltda
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