AcctError484021 (45) - - AUG 14, 2017
UPDATED: AUG 14, 2017 Bière ambrée, limite rouge avec mousse écrue, un nez de prunes, cerises, un goût assez amer en bouche rapidement le goût de fruits revient en ouche puis s'estompe pour laisser l'amertume revenir en bouche, bonne bière qui mérite juste d'être bue assez fraîche. BarrelGuru51 (2) - - AUG 12, 2017 does not count
Beautiful red colour. Nicely balanced American red ale, definitely leaning to a strong aroma and flavour of crystal malts. Hops come through but malt character greater. Easy drinking beer, nice. Speko (434) - DENMARK - AUG 4, 2017
Bottle 0,33. Pours dark amber with small white head. Malts, melasses, roasted malts, some hops and some caramel.medium body average carbonation. Paddycairns (50) - - JUL 31, 2017
UPDATED: JUL 31, 2017 Light head, red/amber body. Smells like citrusy caramel hops. Good allrounder. Drinking_77 (126) - Basel, SWITZERLAND - JUL 29, 2017
Review: 330ml Bottle of BrewDog 5 A.M. Saint: ABV: 5%
This is what is said in their description of this beer
“5am Saint is The Holy Grail of red ales. At BrewDog we are on a mission to open as many people’s eyes as possible. Cast away any aspersions and let the crook of BrewDog be your guide in a whirlwind of conformity and mediocrity. Once this ruby liquid forms a foamy halo around your glass, you’ll never want to look back”
That’s a load of bollix, isn’t it!!
Comes in a typical BrewDog design. The label decked out in a strong red, with usual style of distinctive lettering and logo. I do like their labels and bottle layout, its eye catching and colourful.
On pour got a nice big decent sized frothy head, pouring a deep ruby reddish coloured beer, dark red/purple, Not much carbonation, very slight amount. Head dies a little but maintains throughout which is good. Some good lacing present. Looks ok, nothing special.
Loved the smell, a really nice aroma. Got a hint of fruit…..grapefruits and blackberries. Lovely,, lovely smell. Malty and fruity aromas but not overpowering, just right.
So what about the taste, any good?
Well certainly very hoppy and strong in taste, a lot of flavours on the old taste buds, but nothing that would be extraordinary
Very typical of the craft beer style beers, overloaded with hops. Also got a lot of the sweet malts.
Can taste the fruits, grapefruits and berries
Is a slow burner and was slowly getting to appreciate it in the end. It certainly is a very tasty beer and its ok if this is your kind of thing, but I like my traditional red ales, and I do drink them a lot when I’m home in the old country, but this is no where that level. Also nothing to compete with Sierra Nevada efforts. A tad bit disappointing truth be told considering how much hype surrounds their beers.
A bit of a dry bitter finish to the beer. Definitely wasn’t sessionable for me. Ok, if you like this sort of shite, I don’t!! Truth be told it is very bland and nothing new or exciting.
Ritzn (1654) - GERMANY - JUL 26, 2017
Red with medium beige head. Aroma is cactus fruit caramel berries slight passion fruit. Taste is very bittervbut fresh cracker malt. Slight malty oils. Quite heavy for drinkability. Oily and harsh. Still nice. loscovar (594) - Trieste, ITALY, Villeneuvette, FRANCE - JUL 25, 2017
Bottle from supermarket. Amber colour, hoppy, pleasant, but i’m not a big fan
hoopyharry (5) - - JUL 24, 2017 does not count
Wow wow wow. Not a bad beer at all. When you hold it up to the light it looks superb. That's how I judge my beers. Judge me.
---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone JuanCastro (31) - SPAIN - JUL 23, 2017
Como casi todas muy sobrevalorada para el contenido de la botella. Sus mejores facetas, aroma y visual. Navers (194) - Glasgow, SCOTLAND - JUL 22, 2017
Bottle from Maryhill Tesco, Glasgow. Beer served in 9°C, Duvel Glass. Pours dark ruby, nice thick head. Aroma is lemony, mandarin, resin, hoppy. Quite pleasant but disappears very quickly. Taste is malty, earthy and herbal hops, caramel, glucose, metallic, irony.