L'Ambree - Lord Nelson Pub (Brasserie Du Molard)
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Ratings: 5 | Reviews: 3 | Display Reviews Only:
Reviews by Nickls:
District of Columbia
3.15/5 rDev -15.3%
Poured with a creamier, fairly dense half-finger of foam; ruby burnt orange color.
Aroma of light musky grapes; touch yeasty; grainy; not very appetizing in the smell. Things improve with the taste, light grains but not as cereal-like as suggested in the nose. Touch of sour fruitiness; cereal...eh. Nothing close to being an American interpretation of the style. Complete absence of a malt profile and/or hops that suggest something along those style lines. Medium to thinner body; softer carbonation. Not a great drinker, really uninteresting but it's slightly better than macro swill. Serviceable in a pinch.
01-25-2010 21:06:49 | More by Nickls
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4/5 rDev +7.5%
Being unfiltered, this beer poured a an opaque brown [basically, looks like apple cider] with a thick, creamy light brown head. Head hung around for a short time. Nice lacing.
Very nice start.
Aroma is of fermenting fruit [apples].
Taste is of sweet malts with only some light hops at the end.
Mouthfeel is flat and listless. No carbonation.
Overall, a very easy to drink brew. Other than the mouthfeel, I wouldn't mind having another [or several].
07-04-2006 22:35:37 | More by atigerlife
4.2/5 rDev +12.9%
Presented in mini-tulip glass
Enjoyed at Brasserie Du Molard while visiting Geneva, Switzerland.
A: Murky grapefruit. Almost no head on this guy...just a few lingering bubbles.
S: Caramel, vanilla, plum peel, raisins. Interesting and unexpected.
T: Medium malt body that is very pleasant with a nice balance of caramel. Hints of plum and craisin come thru, but do not over-power the lingering sweetness. Very enjoyable!
M: Medium body with almost no carbonation.
O: For me, this did not drink like a normal amber, but I really enjoyed that about it. There were several layers and it was decently complex. By far my favorite of their three offerings at this classy Swiss brewpub.
01-07-2012 16:06:12 | More by spdyfire83
L'Ambree from Lord Nelson Pub (Brasserie Du Molard)
- out of 100 based on 5 ratings.