Eisenbahn Lust Prestige - Cervejaria Sudbrack Ltda
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Reviews by Onslow:
3.78/5 rDev -11.5%
Served from 750ml Bottle, corked and caged. cost: $58.
Shared with my brother in Macaé - RJ Brazil on Sept 29 @ 6:15pm 2009
-What an explosion! cork even made a mark on the ceiling! a very spritz carbonated brew.
-Pours a sunset tan, with a strong white head.
Lacing is very flashy too.. ..
some light haze to it, bubbles like the finest champagne ..
Quick, some light this monkey!! .. . lots of Honey! belgain themed fun! .. . . . honey, yeast, and light resin cereal flavors ..
A great brew, shows a touch of heat and a touch of class, but be prepared to dish out the $$$ ...
01-07-2010 18:31:30 | More by Onslow
More User Reviews:
4.47/5 rDev +4.7%
Don't confuse this with regular Lust. While the Lust is aged for 6 months, Lust Prestige is aged for 12 months before being sold to the public. Oh, and this version is only sold in Brazil, and it comes with a black label. I picked up a bottle when I was in Porto Alegre months ago, and I felt this would be a good time to pop a bottle at Beachwood BBQ. On to the beer:
Sparking carbonation shines through the yellow-orange colored beer. A good billowy head forms on top of the beer on the pour. The aroma was delicate, yet very pleasant. Lots of "crème de banana", banana cake, and pear in the aroma. Not a jammed pack aroma, but very delicate and well excecuted.
I wasn't sure what to expect from the taste, but I have to say that it turned out better than I expected. The bottle label says to serve this beer around 2-4C (35-40F), but it got much better as it warmed. The taste isn't heavy for a beer its size; the key here is balance. Like the aroma, plenty of "crème de banana" to taste, it's bliss. It's like double layer banana cake with awesome creamy frosting. Notes of pear as well, as Halcyondays mentions. Carbonation wasn't the palate pelting type....rather gentle carbonation. A little bit of booze was felt, though it wasn't enough to get in the way of this beer's drinkability.
Wow, just wow. Eisenbahn Lust Prestige kicks the shit out of DeuS, and it's well worth trying at least once. However, you'll need to come to Brazil to purchase a bottle for yourself, and if you can find it, you'll be spending at least R$80 (or US $50) for a bottle.
04-10-2010 22:03:51 | More by DoubleJ
4.58/5 rDev +7.3%
From a 750 generously shared by DoubleJ, thanks Jon for a chance to try this ultra-rare gem, 2008 Vintage,
A: Pours a deep goldenrod, with a big champagne like head, solid retention.
S: Bananas, pears, very Belgian/yeast-oriented.
T: Big banana and pear type flavours, yeasty for sure, quite similar to the nose. Secondary notes of sweet yellow apples/White Burgundy/Chardonnay are the only real comparable quality with champagne in the flavour. Very tasty and gets better and better as it warms up.
M: Very champagne like. Soft, crisp and easy carbonation lifts the palate with a miniscule hint of ethanol. Not overly carbonated at all; this is where a lot of champagnes/sparklers and Belgians can miss the mark.
D: This is delicious and very easy to drink. After having Deus in the past and now this I'm very anxious to try more of this style, just wish they weren't so expensive.
04-10-2010 21:33:14 | More by Halcyondays
Eisenbahn Lust Prestige from Cervejaria Sudbrack Ltda
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