Neustadt 10w30 - Neustadt Springs Brewery
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4/5 rDev +11.4%
Purchased at the LCBO after seeing it for years. Just under $3.00 for a 473ml can like usual. Served at 7deg C in a draught glass
A- Opens well and pours a nice head that dissipates in a minute. Dark for sure
S- Not the best but nice caramel and malt.
T- Malt bomb pure and simple
M- Good considering it's a single minded beer
O- Pretty good. Won't buy again though
This ok beer went well with... Pork Ribs. Seasoned and braised in the oven
Decided to try one more time. Raised everything up a quarter point. It is a good beer and I will buy again.
08-01-2014 23:13:21 | More by DaveBar
3.54/5 rDev -1.4%
Re-review of this beer after picking up a 473 ml can from the LCBO.
Appearance - Cola brown pours into pint glass giving rise to 1/2 finger of off-white head which dissipates quickly. Beer itself is deep ruby red when held up to direct light.
Smell - Chocolate, kiss of cherry, slight bready malts. Maybe a few other dark fruits thrown in. Focus is definitely cherry and chocolate.
Taste - Slightly boozy dessert, fruit filled dark chocolate. Slightly bitter aftertaste. A touch too boozy for my tastes after initial fruit explosion up front.
Mouthfeel - Medium finish and carbonation, with a certain richness to it that clearly indicates "This is not a light beer." Nice smooth feel in the mouth.
Overall - Not sure what the problem on why I didn't enjoy this last time, whether my tastes have changed, or whether pouring this into a glass made that much of a difference. Pretty damn good beer, but restricted to no more than a couple.
10-18-2013 21:12:20 | More by DenisKolkin
British Columbia (Canada)
3.39/5 rDev -5.6%
Special thanks to cattersley for sending this brew out west.
A: Clear dark brown with slight ruby hue when held to the light. Minimal light tan head which dissipated rather quickly leaving traces of lacing.
S: Brown sugar together with caramel and molasses, dried figs and hints of toasted nuts.
T: Sweet syrups of molasses, caramel, toffee and maple syrup with background notes of dried figs, toasted nuts and yeast. Very subtle bitter notes of hops in the finish.
M: Smooth light to medium bodied with mild carbonation.
O: This is a very malt forward beer with great flavours of caramel, molasses and dark fruits. The lack of any noticeable hops leaves this somewhat unbalanced.
05-18-2013 23:28:38 | More by FondueVoodoo
Neustadt 10w30 from Neustadt Springs Brewery
82 out of 100 based on 107 ratings.