Amérindienne Pale Ale - Microbrasserie Le Naufrageur
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3.75/5 rDev +5.3%
Tap: Poured a dark amber color ale with a large foamy head. Aroma consists of citrus hops with resinous notes. Taste is a mix between some citrus hops with resinous/herbal notes from the Myrique Baumier as well as some residual sugar and light caramel taste. Body is quite full with good carbonation and no apparent alcohol. The spices are not as upfront as I would have imagined with the hops profile being quite dominant.
05-27-2013 18:24:02 | More by Phyl21ca
4.11/5 rDev +15.4%
Pours a rich slightly hazy copper with a magnificent beige head that resembles whipped cream. Slowly settles from three + fingers to two. Great retention; tons of lacing. Beautimous.
Citrus hops from the moment I popped the cap. Orange, vanilla, tea, earth.
Quite interesting. Semi-aggressive citric hop presence at first with an increasing earthy astringency from the tea. Orange pith, dirt, black tea, slight breadiness, and a dry bitter finish. Very good.
Creamy yet dry with a medium body. I didn't find it to be super drinkable but it doesn't wear you out like some beers can. Lingering tea flavor medium finish.
Damn good beer.
Pours gorgeous with intense cascading initially leading to a heaping fragrant mas of mousse-like head that is there the whole time. Perfect. The nose really features the hops and a little of the tea whereas the taste might be more towards the opposite. Great palate and all-around tasty beer.
As a cursory glance at my reviews/posts will confirm, I'm no lover of random ingredients but this is pretty well done.
Might have again; worth seeking out.
07-06-2014 22:49:26 | More by TheDoctor
Amérindienne Pale Ale from Microbrasserie Le Naufrageur
82 out of 100 based on 10 ratings.