Bief Cévès Bâme Noire


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Formerly brewed at Bief
Style: Stout
Châtillon, Switzerland

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RATINGS: 3   MEAN: 3.9/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.13/5   ABV: -
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Bière Noire brassée à base de malt d’orge. La Bâme noire, doit son nom à une grotte « La Bâme » d’une profondeur d’environ 30 mètres et d’une hauteur d’environ 3 mètres, dont l’obsurité y est casi total... Elle se situe dans la montagne de Châtillon dont l’entrée n’est connue que part certains villageois... Cette bière noire comme l’indique sont nom est une bière du genre Stout – Porter – Guiness, en étant toutefois plus légère et moins (épaisse)... étant faiblement houblonée, elle laisse un goût très agréable de café et de caramel...

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3.3
rand (2170) - SWITZERLAND - MAR 8, 2010
Bouteille 33 cl achetée cheu A la Campagne à Bassecourt (CH). Ale noire à la mousse brun-gris claire, pétillement faible. Arômes de malt roti, pain grillé, noyau de cerise. Amertume de torréfaction et de houblon, touches chocolatées, acidité faible. Les saveurs se développent, vanille, poire, abricot, trèfle et poivre, le tout dans une sècheresse qui s’étale. Excellente, pourtant la stout n’est pas ma tasse de ...café.

4.5
Embrouille (2855) - SWITZERLAND - OCT 17, 2009
Bottled 33cl. Courtesy of Bov. Appearance: It pours very dark beer with ruby reflects. Beautiful creamy, nicely lasting beige head. Good lacework. Aroma: Simply amazing at first- very strong yet subtle, deeply complex with vanilla, candy and dark chocolate emerging. As I dug deeper sage, wonderful coffee, mint, ginger and candied apricot showed up- mindblowingly inviting. Flavor and palate: Extremely smooth. Perfectly balanced. Complex. Faintly salty. Dark chocolate, coffee, ginger, apricot, vanilla, sage, basil and mint showing up. An excellent blend of components introducing a finish which is absolutely great: Long, slightly salty, mainly cocholatey, making me desperately eager to start and revel about wonderful things in life. Overall impression: A fantastic brew. One of the best swiss beers I have had up to now. Thanks a million Bov!

3.9
Bov (14988) - Bienne, SWITZERLAND - SEP 19, 2009
from the shop ’A la Campagne’, Bassecourt - black coloured with a long lasting dark beige foam; gently roasted nose with notes of vanilla and pralines; medium-bodied, some sweetness, tart and dry, slightly bitter; long chocolatey finish with notes of licorice - very good


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