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Brewed by Celestial
Style: Stout
Neuchâtel, Switzerland

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RATINGS: 3   MEAN: 2.97/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.94/5   IBU: 50   EST. CALORIES: 204   ABV: 6.8%
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Une bière noire aux goûts intenses de café et de caramel, avec une amertume robuste.

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3.1
Bov (14954) - Bienne, SWITZERLAND - NOV 30, 2018
UPDATED: NOV 30, 2018 @Festy'Malt - hazy black beer with a dark beige foam left; roasted notes of chocolate and mocha; creamy palate; full-bodied, sweet and light acidic; grainy and fairly bitter, more mocha, hazelnuts in the finish

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rand (2120) - SWITZERLAND - NOV 30, 2018
UPDATED: NOV 30, 2018 brune foncée à belle mousse beige crémeuse. Arômes torréfiés, café et chocolat noir, un peu de bois brûlé et de tabac. Le goût est pareil, café et douceur de caramel-réglisse, des petits fruits noirs avec une pointe vanillée. Amer sérieux de rôti tressé de houblon, se renforçant dans l'étalement. Bel ensemble.

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Drinking_77 (232) - Basel, SWITZERLAND - AUG 8, 2018
Review: 33cl Bottle of Celestial, Celestial, L'autre Monde, a coffee stout: 6.8% ABV Celestial, L'autre Monde, "The Other World" in English. On the bottle I translated, "We can not please everyone - and do not try it! Our beers are uncompromising and push the limits of the stylistic requirements to accede to intense and expressive tastes. important notice: drinkers of tasteless bees to be absent!" Bit ballsy, lol! On pour, massive carbonation, all over the place, very temperamental. All resulting in a massive frothy tanned head and a pitch black stout. When it finally all settled down it looked pretty good.  Head maintained throughout, and some good lacing.  Aroma is the usual smell of a stout, a little sour as well. Taste is very interesting. The chocolate taste is very prominent, like a rare dark chocolate, and sure enough I see on their website that they have used "Tree frog" an aromatic dark coffee from one of their local suppliers in Neuchâtel. This taste is quite strong, so now I see why they put the "disclaimer" on the bottle, ha! Bit too bitter and strong for my liking, but it definitely is an interesting flavour. Not a bad stout, not as layered as a Guinness but that's not what it is going for, the hops are intense and the coffee and corn all contribute to a stout that has a good strong kick in it.  Worth a try for sure. 


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