La Saint-Pierre Ambrée - Brasserie La Saint-Pierre
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Reviews by tjd25:
3.23/5 rDev +3.5%
Disappointing head on an opaque ruby color body. Aromas of sweet caramel malts , wooden notes of distilled cherries. The taste is syrupy, sweet and a little gluey, even though the mouthfeel is really thin. Red fruits, and a dry alcoholic finish that is reminiscent of cocoa and cherries. Lasting chewy hoppiness. It tastes fake, theres probably something that gets added. The brewery seems to have issues with the head retention, and the balanced of their brews.
08-20-2005 21:25:00 | More by tjd25
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3/5 rDev -3.8%
Beer bottle (33cl.), tasted in 2006.
Appearance : amber color, with abundant foam head, short persistency.
Smell : discreet, fruit?
Taste & monthfeel: attack ample and generous, fruity dominant, very quiet bitterness being felt only on the final.
Drinkability: an average beer, in the style Belgian amber ale.
Review translated from french 11-2-2008.
10-20-2007 19:30:30 | More by thierrynantes
La Saint-Pierre Ambrée from Brasserie La Saint-Pierre
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