Brewed by BFM (Brasserie des Franches-Montagnes)
Style: Spice/Herb/Vegetable
Saignelégier, Switzerland


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RATINGS: 51   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.26/5   SEASONAL: Special   EST. CALORIES: 150   ABV: 5%
Bière cuivrée, type Pilsner, 5.2 %vol. est une bière avec une belle mousse parfumée par des houblons suisses et tchèques, enrobée d’une touche caramélisée. En bouche, c’est une bière précise, amère et harmonieuse.La Brouette est notre bière ambrée à 5 % vol. dont tous les ingrédients proviennent de l’agriculture biologique. Cette magnifique bière fruitée et végétale, nous l’avons agrémentée de thé vert pour affiner sa fin de bouche

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SinH4 (4943) - Garching b. München, GERMANY - SEP 26, 2014
Not so beautiful... cloudy muddy red-orange color with white head. Slightly tart aroma, a bit of roasted malts in there as well. Taste is light, a bit of bread, a bit of tea. Light body, refreshing. Interesting, as nearly everything by BFM.

Renobob (2064) - Besançon, FRANCE - JUL 11, 2014
Bue en bouteille de 33cl. Bière blonde plutôt légère au palais. Attaque effervescente sur le thé vert, les fleurs. La moyenne mais on s’en lasserait vite.

freretoc (1935) - Besançon, FRANCE - JUL 4, 2014
Bue en bouteille de 33cl, une bière avec une couleur ambrée/blonde mousse onctueuse, grosse effervescence, cette bière est vraiment intéressante un début juste malté grillée mais grosse attaque sur le thé vert assez longue en bouche vraiment très agréable !

jaghana (6108) - Strasbourg (Alsace), FRANCE - FEB 6, 2013
Bottle 33cl from Map thanks, a cloudt amber beer with low head. Nose is astringent and yeast like. Aroma is on caramel, yeast, bit watery, vegetable touch and light black tea note. Carared malt and light brett, ok but no more.

ContemplateBeer (2089) - Louisville, Kentucky, USA - NOV 19, 2012
Travlr must buy in bulk; cheers once again! Wild tart/tangy aroma, definitely green tea driven and lambic-like in character; citrusy, floral notes. Appearance is unfiltered amber/light brown with foamy white head. The flavor resembles a young, bright lambic- the tartness is sharp and intensifies into the finish. Palate is effervescent like the best of the Belgian ales. Very good right now, and will be an interesting one to age as well.

craftycarl21 (2338) - Seattle, Washington, USA - FEB 9, 2012
Thanks to travlr for this bottle! Light yellow pour. Lactic acid, touches of vegetable, and really nice tart citrus of pink grapefruit, bitter lemon, and unripe apricot. Sort of like a berliner weisse. Nice!

MrChopin (4304) - Baltimore, Maryland, USA - FEB 6, 2012
murky orange-gold, thinnest why’s ring. Nose is Brett c mango and pineapple, lightest egg and sweetness. High small bubbled carbonation, Light tea, cotton candy, Brett, lightly sour mango.

oteyj (2139) - New Hampshire, USA - FEB 5, 2012
Thanks travlr. Murky amber with a 1 finger white head. Nectar fruits, sage, rosemary and tea lead to sour stone fruit and a great lactic acid profile. Extremely quenching. Medium body, dry finish.

GT (10000) - San Diego, California, USA - FEB 5, 2012
330mL flip-top thanks to Travlr. GUSHER! Pours a murky, glowing, brighter orange with a larger, off-white head. Nose is funky, white wine, mild acetic acid, orange candies, lots of minerals, sharp tangerine and white grapefruit rind. Taste up front is super big carbonation on the palate- overwhelming. Moves to stinging lemon tartness and ending with some sticky maltiness. Refreshing- mildly funky. No acetic character in body. Mild metallic character. Lots of citric acid. A bit stinging carbonation wise. Mildly quenching. Green tea character (tannins) on the palate is distracting and unnecessary.

Beerlando (3342) - Orlando, Florida, USA - JAN 3, 2012
33cl swing top bottle, best by September 2013, brought back fresh from the brewery by my buddy Pat. The pour yields a hazy, medium-dark, dusky sienna amber color. A squat head of off-white foam is short-lived, leaving behind minimal wet lace spotting and just a thin surface ring. Aromas start out with a sweet amber malt base, suggesting of baking wheat bread dough. Belgian yeast lends a hint of semi-sweet fruitiness, while wisps of green tea offer mild herbal tones. The flavor is slightly drier and more acidic than the nose suggests, showing considerable more spice (think coriander and green tea), along with some grassy hops. Malts are still mainly bready, with pops of caramelized sugar. The palate sports a body that is just short of moderate in stature, mainly easy going, yet it shows a slightly papery and (shockingly) alcoholic finish. It’s very odd to me that a 5% beer shows this much alcoholic dryness and warmth. Overall, not a terrible beer, but certainly nothing to write home about.

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