Le Rock 66 - Brasserie Dunham
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Reviews by trevorwideman:
3.85/5 rDev +5.2%
341ml bottle sent to me by mattt as part of CanBIF3. Poured into a pilsner glass.
Pours a medium-light yellow colouring, much deeper than a lot of light lagers I've seen. 1/2 inch head that recedes fairly quickly. An early eruption of carbonation quickly settles down into a lazy fizz.Aroma is a bit sweet, fairly malty. A slight nuttiness and some apples, flowers, and some mown grass. I'm already impressed, since I can actually smell something.
Taste is pretty green, like a granny smith, there's a little bit of apple tartness to it. A little bit of nuttiness as well, grass, hay, and some earthiness as well. Carbonation is quite high, medium-dry in the finish. Surprisingly enough, it dosen't really feel that light-bodied, but it's still chuggable. If someone poured this for me blind, there's no way that I would have guessed that this was a Light Lager. I'm giving it high scores for being miles ahead of the competition, kudos to this small Quebec brewery for making something with flavourful and drinkable.
08-18-2007 19:41:04 | More by trevorwideman
More User Reviews:
3.48/5 rDev -4.9%
Nice lager beer from Brasseurs et frères from Dunham Quebec, solid light golden yellow, good head dissipates leaving a slight lace, aroma hints towards an all malt lager, a little noble hops in the nose, tastes like a fresh pils, very nice balanced hop bitterness, light carbonation lends well to the mouthfeel.
Good light lager, lots of flavor. Could teach bigger brewers what a 4% abv lager should taste like.
07-14-2007 04:46:40 | More by bloberglawp
Le Rock 66 from Brasserie Dunham
- out of 100 based on 2 ratings.