La Djean D' Mady - Microbrasserie Sainte-Hélène
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Ratings: 3 | Reviews: 3 | Display Reviews Only:
Reviews by dogfooddog:
4.35/5 rDev +28.7%
very attractive amber beer in half-liter swing-top bottle. pours with active white head, nose is quite malty, not the usual buttery notes i expect from amber beers.
taste is malty as well, mildly bitter, pleasant though a bit two-dimensional. there is something a tiny bit smokey or roasted in the malty aftertaste as well.
this is an appetizing beer, like most products from this brewery I have tried. if offered, not to be turned down!!
12-01-2006 00:17:13 | More by dogfooddog
More User Reviews:
3.63/5 rDev +7.4%
Quite unique and drinkable, something of a crisp biere de garde in its aroma and finish. Grassy hops, corriander, maybe a dash of salt and pepper. Virtually sessionable ABV. Nice late afternoon amber colour, with initial head. Try it, and if I would have it again some other day, it would likely bring out some different character.
11-04-2007 01:55:50 | More by Sammy
2.15/5 rDev -36.4%
No freshness date carved in. Overwelming presance due to (over)carbonisation in form of mot much else in the glas then foam. Amber brown and foggy beer. Nose is sour cherries dominating and some caramel in the back Litle dry grass with it. Taste is sour, dry and phenolic cherries overall very unbalanced sour and missing hopbitterness. No this is defenate not the way the brewer ment it and will visit this again sometime to see if it changed for the better.
11-20-2005 16:01:34 | More by paterlodie
La Djean D' Mady from Microbrasserie Sainte-Hélène
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