Emelisse Lentebock - Bierbrouwerij Grand-Café Emelisse
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3.45/5 rDev -7%
A: Cloudy amber colored beer with a small head.
S: This beer has the scents of lemon, orange and some pine apple.
T: Light beer with a slightly bitter aftertaste.
M: Light carbonation and a little foam feel.
O: Very long finish, nice and fresh beer.
04-14-2012 10:18:38 | More by DARIVA
4/5 rDev +7.8%
On tap at 't Arendsnest in Amsterdam. From notes.
A - Poured a very slightly hazy orange/copper. No visible carbonation. Fluffy 2 finger eggshell head. Retention sticks to the glass with a one finger retention.
S - Well balanced with a nice deep fruity malt character complimented by a noticable hop presence. More malt than hop but a nice inviting aroma.
T - Quite yeasty. Lot's of bock like characteristics in the sense that it's very malty. In addition to that, there is a nice hop punch. Well balanced with a nice fruity malt backbone and a hop bite to go with it.
M - Mild to medium carbonation with a medium body and a nice little bitter finish.
O/D - Nice little beer. Seems like a quality one with lot's of malt body. Could be hoppier but beggars can't be choosers. Worth a shot.
05-09-2011 21:51:07 | More by tbeckett
3.83/5 rDev +3.2%
An orange beer with a creamy, small head.
Smell is malty with clear notes of munich malt. Some light notes of hops. Doughy.
Taste is malty with biscuity notes and some marmelade. With it's sweet body it appears like some honey has been used. The beer's bitterness is above average and clean. It is balanced by the sweet maltiness.
05-29-2009 21:24:21 | More by Absumaster
Emelisse Lentebock from Bierbrouwerij Grand-Café Emelisse
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