St. Feuillien Blonde - Brasserie St. Feuillien
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4.13/5 rDev +6.4%
Wonderful to sip. Light on the mouth with spicey lemon yeast. Lace that stays in the cup, many small bubbles from good carbonation. Really 7.5%? Malty and refreshing. Bit of dry bitter afterataste from hops. Floral yeasty aroma. A bottle is satisfying for two.
06-02-2004 00:48:17 | More by Sammy
3.5/5 rDev -9.8%
Bottle: Poured a hazy blonde beer with a huge foamy white head with good retention. Aroma is quite floral with some nice mix of malt and hops. Taste is very refreshing with again notes of malts and hops and some sweet floral notes. Body is bit thicker then expected with a great balance between hops and yeast. ABV is well hidden which is great for blonde beer with 7.5% ABV.
06-30-2004 15:33:51 | More by Phyl21ca
4.47/5 rDev +15.2%
A hazy yellow-orange body is topped by a foamy bright white head that drops fairly quickly and detracts from the appearance. It does hold a decent collar and surface covering, however, and also leaves some lace. The aroma is sweetly malty, lightly spicy, fruity and yeasty. The body is medium with a very fine, moderate carbonation that leaves it quite creamy in the mouth. The flavor is surprisingly soft, starting with a honeyish malt that also has a woody/oak and vanilla character to it. Some very light spice rounds it out nicely, and a drying bitterness ushers in the finish. Very well balanced with a rich sweet malt and a decent amount of hops! Very nice and well recommended.
10-22-2002 18:16:12 | More by NeroFiddled
4.13/5 rDev +6.4%
On-tap 7/25/09 at Track 84 in Warwick, RI, served in a tulip glass.
A: The beer is a light cloudy yellow color, with a thin white head that fades quickly and leaves a thin lace on the glass.
S: The aroma has lots of spices, Belgian yeast, citrus, light malts and a touch of hops.
T: The taste starts with a strong burst of spices and a bready Belgian yeast backbone. There is a background flavor of citrus and a mild hops presence that provide a nice balance. The malt character is hearty but not too heavy. The after-taste is slightly bready and slightly sweet.
M: Crisp and very smooth, medium body, medium carbonation, finish is clean.
D: Tasty and I normally don't like the strong spices, goes down very easily, not too filling, good kick, good representation of style, this is a nice Belgian beer to drink for a while.
07-26-2009 20:29:11 | More by TheManiacalOne
United Kingdom (England)
3.61/5 rDev -7%
33cl Bottle: BBD 12th Aug 15, poured into a Duvel glass @ home on 5th Dec 13.
Almost clear golden colour with a good head, could almost have been a Duvel in the glass.
The aroma however told you it wasn't a Duvel: this had a grainy and mild citrus note in the smell, along with some yeast esters.
The taste was also a mixture of flavours, again grainy, citrusy and yeasty: crisp, sharp and leaning towards tart with a dry bitter finish.
12-08-2013 13:11:18 | More by BlackHaddock
United Kingdom (England)
4/5 rDev +3.1%
Tasted this beer on tap (for the first time) at the Bierodrome bar (Kingsway, London). A 250ml glass of this beer cost me 2.3 pounds, which is, I suppose, o.k. for a rare beer found in London?!
Appearance: pours hazy light bronze colour, somehow the barman failed to pour this beer properly and the beerhead was overly limited, unlike what one would expect of a good Belgian ale... Besides, the serving temp. was a bit too low.
Smell: quite complex--fruity-dominated nose (peachy), also with perfumy, cane-sugary, grassy, spicy scents, against a refreshing, lemony hop flavour.
Taste & Aftertaste: after letting it stand for a while (to warm itself up), my first sip is fantastic! On palate it is very malty but not at all overly sweet, with hints of vanilla and light fruity taste of apple and peach; the finish is distinctly dry and mildly bitter, quite lingering in the throat! The mouthfeel is surprisingly smooth, given its medium-high carbonation, and the overall structure is quite balanced; truly a solid ale.
Drinkability: This beer is pleasantly drinkable when one is thirsty, especially given its relatively light body (against its high alcoholic strength 7.5%abv) and fruity, refreshing mouthfeel; but surely it's deceptively strong as well and can make one drunk quite easily...although definitely not at this bar--way too expensive to get drunk here!
05-05-2005 14:46:45 | More by wl0307
4.33/5 rDev +11.6%
11.2 oz bottle. Golden and a bit cloudy, supports a puffy head and leaves alot of lace. yeast, spice, candi sugar in the nose. Taste is crisp, refreshing, fruity, yeasty,lemon,honey, butter, cloves, melon, crisp apples. This one is delicate and complex, heaven in a glass. I love everything about this stuff, from the very heavy, "Duvel" shaped bottle, to the smell, color, taste and finish of this noble Belgian creation. Check it out!
03-10-2004 12:52:47 | More by Billolick
4/5 rDev +3.1%
On tap at Max's.
The beer pours a pale gold color with good head retention and considerable lacing. The nose is attractive, showing waxy honey, vanilla, light cherry and considerable underlying spice. The flavor profile replicates the nose in this easy to appreciate and enjoy Belgian blond. There's also some light bitterness in the finish, which helps to counter the moderate at most sweetnesss. This beer is surprisingly light, crisp and refreshing, with the alcohol integrated perfectly into the flavor profile.
While nothing mind blowing, this is just a delightful, delicious, easy to drink Belgian blond.
08-27-2011 19:04:04 | More by John_M
4.11/5 rDev +5.9%
Poured into a St. Feuillien goblet. Pours a cloudy caramel amber with a nice three finger white head that slowly dissipated to a thick cap and tons of lacing. Aroma of bready malt, light, slightly sour fruit, coriander and citrus. Flavor of caramel malt, coriander, citrus, pear and apple juice, moderately dry. Finishes dry with peppery spice and light grasst hop bitterness. Light to medium bodied with excellent carbonation. A very nice Belgian pale with a pleasant flavor progression and balance. It is a nice semi-dry variation on typically sweeter Belgian pales. Classic.
07-10-2013 02:32:18 | More by LiquidAmber
3.73/5 rDev -3.9%
The foam is white and rather high; the liquid is clear and pale yellow-orange-beige.
The smell got that typical sour wheat bear flavour, there are also some notes of bitter lemons, spices, some yeast and a dry bitterness.
The carbonation is very strong and bubbly, a bit short however.
The taste is sour-bitter with flavours of sweet fruit candy, some earthy yeast, and citric peels.
Quite a run of the mill blonde Belgian wheat ale. It is OK, but nothing to write home about...
04-09-2005 10:33:11 | More by bark
3.75/5 rDev -3.4%
A: Pours slightly hazy pale golden with a tall, thick but still light and crisp, crystal white head. Dissipation is slow and leaves pretty nice lacings.
S: A bit sour, yeasty and spicey. Crisp malt and some strong citirc, hoppy notes. Some faint stable and leather. Somewhat sweet.
T: Sour yeastyness, peppery spiceyness and white bread. Lemonjuice and lemonsezt.
M: Aftertase is both sour and bitter, rather long. Body is medium to full, while carbonation is quite strong but still rather well balanced.
O: An interesting Belgian ale with nice sour notes from yeast.
09-20-2013 20:40:22 | More by Evil_Pidde
3.63/5 rDev -6.4%
Pour is very hazed deep amber with a tight white head. Nose is quite nice, lots of spice to it, peppery, pronounced dustiness to it, notes of lemon and a bit of perfume. Taste is similar, gets a bit sweet. Dustiness is less forward and spice isn't quite as strong. Notes of candied sugar, light perfume. Lighter body, well carbonated, crisp finish.
05-14-2014 00:27:22 | More by cpetrone84
3.95/5 rDev +1.8%
750 ml bottle...dark god and translucent with a swelling pale head of over 1/2 an inch in height. Laces in small dots but not that generously. Aroma is slightly fruity, unripe pears and some pineapple, suggestions of nutmeg. Mouthfeel is medium, carbonation is a bit lower than I expected. Flavor is quite yeasty and with lots of esters, more of the sweetened pinapple from the aroma shines through. Flattens toward the close with increasingly sweet tones. Pretty good, malt-leaning and bready, I wouldn't mind a little more dryness to the brew but there's nothing off-putting here.
11-02-2005 00:26:53 | More by ADR
St. Feuillien Blonde from Brasserie St. Feuillien
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