6 Geese-A-Laying - The Bruery
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Reviews by AdamBear:
3.3/5 rDev -12.2%
A-dark amber, almost red. Thin off white head.
S-smells like strong dark Belgian sugars with a very sweet syrupy scent to it. Also some caramels and fairly tart dark cherries. Almost has a buttercream aroma to it as well.
T-comes on with a very thick and sweet flavor of dark berries and caramels. It's so syrupy and sweet tasting, not in the best way. It does have a slight burnt caramel aspect to it as well. It doesn't have too much of a Belgian dark ale in it at this point. Definitely tastes like a beer with a high abv.
M-thick and syrupy. Not too much carbonation.
O-such a disappointment, I generally love these Bruery Christmas beers but these past 2 years have been a disappointment. It's just way too syrupy and it leaves your tongue with an odd stickiness. I really wish I would've shared this.
12-24-2013 06:35:23 | More by AdamBear
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3.75/5 rDev -0.3%
Poured into a tulip glass a hazy medium brown with a tinge of amber,a sticky one finger head atop,wasn't a fan of the hazed murkiness to the color.Aromas have a lactic kick to them from the gooseberries to go along with mild spiced phenols and lemony notes.Again some lactic-like notes imparted from the gooseberries on the palate along with some clove spice with a hint of barnyard in the finish but not real strong.Not a bad beer,lightly acidic and somewhat refreshing even for its size.
12-10-2013 13:16:32 | More by oberon
3.74/5 rDev -0.5%
Dark brown in color with a lot of haziness. There's a faint bit of off white head that covers most of the top of the beer. Brussels lacing. Dal malt is prevalent in the nose and a fruitiness that I assume is from the gooseberries. There's plenty of dark malt and caramelized dark candidate sugar in the front of the palate. I get a bit of tartness from the gooseberries to balance things out. The mouth is fairly carbonated and a bit syrupy. There's a bit of earthiness present in the fade either from the spiciness.
03-30-2014 22:39:39 | More by Franziskaner
6 Geese-A-Laying from The Bruery
85 out of 100 based on 421 ratings.