San Miguel Selecta - San Miguel Fabricas De Cervaza Y Maltas S.A.
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4.21/5 rDev +41.8%
Probably one of the best beers you can find in Spain. There are only half a dozen Iberian beers that really say something and this is one of them. Unfortunately, I don't think that you can find this outside of Spain to easily. It's a really decent beer and only costs about a $1.50 a bottle.
07-04-2014 00:59:33 | More by Enrico_il_octovo
3.18/5 rDev +7.1%
330 ml. bottle Deep amber colour, decent head, so it dissapears soon, leaves a lace. Smell of grass, grain, some bread or maybe biscuit. Medium body but I found it somewhat watery, good carbanation. Taste is sweet, some caramel and citrus, grassy. Not too bad for a San Miguel, but nothing really special.
11-14-2012 16:19:01 | More by janubio
3/5 rDev +1%
330ml bottle. Stern glass. Deep golden color, crytal clear appearance. White, close, crown & correct retention. Subtle sweet malt & aromatic hops to the nose. Smooth flavor & mouthfeel, slightly sweet touch. Light body, light carbonation. Drinkable. ABV is not felt.
06-13-2012 16:31:40 | More by GONZALOYANNA
2.8/5 rDev -5.7%
33cl can poured into a pint glass
a: pours a light copper color with a bubbly one finger head which slowly dissipates, leaving decent lacing. a good start.
s: some bready malts and some hops bitterness, but not a lot going on.
t: starts with the bready malts, which are nice, but where I would expect a crisp hops bitterness, there is none, and it falls flat. the alcohol is also somewhat present, especially as it warms. i think it would have benefited from a higher carbonation level as well.
o: it ends up overly sweet, malts, and boozy, with nothing to balance the beer in the way of hops or cut the sweetness with carbonation.
01-13-2012 20:12:55 | More by RodneyFarva
2.98/5 rDev +0.3%
Brewed with 3 different species of hops and 3 kinds of malt.
Thr body features a clear, reddish-brown colour and it smells discreetly roasty.
Considering the 6,2 percent of alcohol it's quite fresh and drinkable, but also a little bit dull.
The hops are well balanced and don't seem as artificial as in many other spanish brews.
Not overwhelming, but definitely worth a try.
12-17-2010 20:55:07 | More by stoepsel
1.95/5 rDev -34.3%
Bronze. Mouth when you feel a light syrup not really pleasant because too fast disgusting. It seems that it is a combination of three hops and a grape aged in cellars. Faced with such a conclusion, which is undergoing a presence in more alcohol too strong to preserve the balance of the beer, it is reasonable to ask whether such a hack was required. Conclusion: do not drink San Miguel, no matter its name, when you go to Spain.
10-25-2010 11:05:26 | More by ThaCreep
San Miguel Selecta from San Miguel Fabricas De Cervaza Y Maltas S.A.
74 out of 100 based on 20 ratings.