Van Tue Restaurant Reviews




Oakes
2
Van Tue Bia World Đen (World Black Beer)
Dark brown with a light head. The aroma is gasoline, some dark sugars and out-of-control esters. On the palate, dark fruits, some astringency and again with the gasoline.
Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Oakes
2.3
Van Tue Bia World Vàng (World Yeallow Beer)
Hazy dull tan. Low head. Phenolic nose (cinnamon) dominates. Soft body, some alcohol and astringency, but mostly some watery mellow character. Leaves a decent lacing.
Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Beershine
1.7
Van Tue Bia World Đen (World Black Beer)
Draft @ brewpub. Dark brown-black with scant head. Diacetyl in the aroma is buttery sweet. The palate is slick. Decent black licorice flavors redeem the butter problem.
Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Beershine
2.7
Van Tue Bia World Vàng (World Yeallow Beer)
Draft @ brewpub. Orange, hazy gold, scattered lacing. Hoppy aroma is nice but formulaic. Homebrew character to the beer but it’s decent and drinkable with balanced flavors. Not bad.
Tuesday, October 27, 2009

omhper
3.4
Van Tue Bia World Đen (World Black Beer)
Draught at the brewpub. Almost black with dense creamu off-white head. Roasty coffee aroma. Medium dry despite some underlying malt sweetness. Medium bodied with fairly soft mouthfeel. Evidenlty roasty, but never assaulting or edgy. Notes of tar before a salty licorice finish with quite some bitterness. Good, but not as fantastic as their pilsener.
Saturday, May 24, 2008

omhper
4.2
Van Tue Bia World Vàng (World Yeallow Beer)
Draught at the brewpub. Hazy golden, small head. Evident orangey hay-like saaz hop aroma. Medium sweet with dense bready malt and wonderfully soft mouthfeel. Mild and creamy, ye tflavourful and hoppy and full of life. Long balanced bitterness. An extremely drinkable, hopy Czech style beer with absolutely no edges. Wow!
Saturday, May 24, 2008