Bush Ambrée - Brasserie Dubuisson Frères sprl
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4.3/5 rDev +11.1%
this beer is worth a try if youre into Belgium brews that are slightly boozy and have the yeast characteristics.
A-orange and amber in color..nice lacing that left a decent head that rapidly vanished.
S-bread/biscuits ,malt,belgium , slight alcohol smell is present.
T-coriander , boozy, hot, complexed and pretty balanced. some malt and a peppery /spice flavor...pretty awesome.
M-light to medium mouth on this ,pretty well carbonated. nice!
O- overall I really enjoyed this beer as a sipper on a cold night....its actually become a staple in my rotation. I like the hint of booze in it ,its not too overpowering.
def a must try ...
Purchased at total wine in naples,florida for 15.99$ for a 4 pk
12-11-2013 14:42:40 | More by STEELERFAN2390
4.66/5 rDev +20.4%
A - Poured a rich amber color out of the bottle. Poured fast enough that I had a large lacy head that disappeared really quickly
S - Bready, malty nose with hints of alcohol.
T - Super complex. Strong boozy taste, sweet and rich with peppery, coriander finish. AMAZING!
M - medium mouthfeel with the perfect amount of carbonation.
O - The best Belgian beer I have had.
11-08-2013 23:19:42 | More by blue_bleeder
2.73/5 rDev -29.5%
The beer was poured from the bottle into a glass. The appearance was okay, nothing special but also not bad. The taste was not good, in my opinion. Not balanced, too heavy alcohol taste, for my taste. Very strong sweetness. The beer was nice and thick though. Overall, not bad but also not great.
09-26-2013 14:24:26 | More by MaartenvanDoorn
3.99/5 rDev +3.1%
A: Amber Sienna, clear filtered, lots of carbonation, off white head fades quickly to foam.
S: Bananas, candied sugar, Belgian yeasts, an alcohol burn but its well hidden behind the sweetness and floral quality.
T: Sweet floral quality, cologne like alcohol presence which burns all the way down into the chest cavity and stomach. The Belgian style yeasts and banana and candy are there, paired equally in presence with alcohol burn ad presence.
M: Thick and firey and leaning towards rum in consistency more than most beers. Medium carbonation.
O: Must try this one. Noted for its alcohol presence, but is a good Belgian as well. A little too much alcohol for my liking, but I love its uniqueness.
09-17-2013 12:51:56 | More by patre_tim
Bush Ambrée from Brasserie Dubuisson Frères sprl
87 out of 100 based on 570 ratings.