La Sir Wallace - À La Fût
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3.35/5 rDev -14.5%
A : Dark Reddish brown with tan head that disappear rapidly no lacing
S: burned sugar/caramel
t: burned sugar/caramel (good malty base) a little smoke , maple
m: medium body with low effervescence
o: Not bad, a decent beer but... overpriced will not buy again
11-19-2013 22:23:49 | More by MrElPechor
4.09/5 rDev +4.3%
Bottle: Poured a clear deep amber color ale with a medium size foamy head with good retention and light lacing. Aromas of candy-like notes are quite sublime with some sweet caramelized malt notes also perceptible. Taste is also dominated by fruit and candy-like ester which are quite powerful with some great notes of caramelized sugar with some toffee notes also perceptible. Body is about average for style with good carbonation and no apparent alcohol. I really like the yeast strain that was used for this which generated some nice ester as well as the balanced sweetness level.
04-17-2013 14:45:38 | More by Phyl21ca
3.35/5 rDev -14.5%
Bottle from papat444. Lot 1, June 2012. Served in a taster pint glass.
A - A finger of off-white foam settles to a collar, a few wisps, and a few specks of lace. Dark, ruby-brown body with some transparency to it.
S - Very port-like, with jammy and intensely fruity notes, caramel, a bit of apple, and very, very mild whiskey and oak flavors; two months in the barrel didn't infuse much flavor here.
T - The taste is lacking the complexity found in the aroma. There's more in the way of cereal grains, and light toffee, with a little oak, a surprisingly vinous note, and a doughy finish. If you had made me guess what barrels were used, I probably would have guessed red wine over whiskey.
M - Smooth texture, medium body albeit a tad watery, lower carbonation, with a touch of dryness in the finish. No alcohol, other than a hint of warmth quite late.
D - Odd beer, but not entirely unenjoyable as there's some nice malt depth. Not much whiskey presence, and the flavor isn't very in character with the listed style of Scotch Ale. I'd try a new batch of this if it gets made again, but otherwise I don't think I'd buy this again.
12-03-2012 22:40:47 | More by MasterSki
La Sir Wallace from À La Fût
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