Casablanca Beer - Brasseries Du Maroc
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2.78/5 rDev -1.4%
Pours a honey straw color with a wispy white head that settles into a light ring.
The aroma is grainy, light sulfur and a slight honey note. Very macro-esc
The taste is corny sweet with plenty of grain flavor. Big cracker dry flavor. Some grassy bitterness.
The feel is light and crisp with plenty of carbonation. Quite dry on the palate, astringent.
Macro all the way. Quite dry and lifeless.
07-17-2013 22:09:28 | More by Gmann
2.74/5 rDev -2.8%
A: Pours clear golden with very many small bubbles. The tan head is tall but rather uneven and airy. Decent lacings, though.
S: Adjunct malts, like freshly opened canned corn. Sweet. Bitter hops and bready malts.
T: Mint and vegetables (canned) but also a nice and balanced maltyness. Bitter hops and quite some grass and herbs.
M: Sweet kind of short aftertaste. Body is medium, but a bit almost oily. Carbonation rich and offensive.
O: This could probably work in Morocco after a warm day in Marrakech, but in here in Sweden - not so interesting...
04-26-2013 15:24:33 | More by Evil_Pidde
3.3/5 rDev +17%
Poured into a Seattle Beer Week pint glass. Pours a slightly hazy golden amber with a half finger white head with good retention and lacing. Aroma of sweet biscuit and bready malt with grassy hops and a slightly stale vegetable component. Flavor is sweet, mild biscuit and a hint of toasted malt, finishing with faint malt and slight hops. There is no evidence of the odd stale part of the the aroma. Medium, surprisingly slightly creamy body. A pleasant slightly sweet malty lager and with more character than most macros and Euro pales. I wouldn't hesitate getting another bottle of this in Morocco or a restaurant.
02-18-2013 01:19:22 | More by LiquidAmber
2.13/5 rDev -24.5%
Can served into a generic goblet in Ibiza, Spain, in April 2011. Reviewed from notes.
A: Pours a three finger head of fair thickness and retention. Colour is a clear copper.
Sm: Fresh barley aroma. Light in strength. Clean and simple. Not a lot going on here.
T: A bit of cream comes through with a crap malt finish and a boring barley body. Poorly built all around, but the cream is nice I guess. Balanced garbage. How hard is it to balance so little, though?
Mf: Light and smooth. Undercarbonated but I wouldn't call it flat.
Dr: Not worth a try, but fairly priced. There are worse beers on Ibiza.
11-06-2012 20:10:33 | More by kojevergas
Casablanca Beer from Brasseries Du Maroc
67 out of 100 based on 128 ratings.