daniele (9778) - ITALY - DEC 9, 2012
Oro carico bella schiuma persistente agrumata citrica fruttata scorza agrume buona beva discreto amaro piuttosto secca finale un po corto NickBelaine87 (6) - ITALY - JUN 27, 2012 does not count
Tap @ Open Baladin. dreadnord (1012) - San Diego, California, USA - MAY 27, 2012
In good shape. Light orange color with thick foam. Amazing fruity aroma. Peach, pineapple, citrus. Medium body with high carbonation. Much hoppy and juicy. Dry finish. Enjoyable
Pours transparent pale golden and yellow with a small white head. Nose is pine and light caramel. Taste is sweet, then bitter, then sweet again. Mouthfeel is crisp and clean. Light body with a long aftertaste.
---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone Mortlach (2525) - Rome, ITALY - JAN 25, 2012
22/10/2011 La Tana (tap). Arancia carica, abbastanza limpida, bella schiuma bianca leggermente crespa e ricca di bolle, molto persistente. Aroma intensissimo e gradevolissimo, un bel bouquet di frutta (pesca, albicocca, frutta esotica, cocco). In bocca è ben bilanciata, malto, lievito, luppolo, frutta, con un bell’amaro intenso e persistente. Corpo medio, carbonazione generosa. Wow! PatBateman81 (178) - Caserta, ITALY - JAN 12, 2012
Bottle 75 cl bought @ Bir & Fud bottega (Rome, Italy). I’ll be damned if this isn’t one of the best color ever had! I think my tulip glass is really proud to show up a so intense and complex aspect. Under the light you could distinguish between a rainbow of tones from orange to light brown; it’s funny to play and have a look to that, depending on the angle of your sight. Above this show, you’ll get surrounded - literaly! - by a VERY generous foam. Maybe exaggerated, but keep calm and pour slowly. Stop, if necessary. Because the rest worth. Let’s talk about the aroma: it’s so *tied*, it’s a total-over-sum: flowers (jasmine flowers in particular), vanilla, yeast, citrus, apricot, peach, pear, butter, mango, grapes, a little - just a little - alcoholic and chemical note. At palate is fully carbonated, but not disturbing. It’s like a Prosecco. Besides that, strong is the reference to the softness of a classic belgian blonde with a touch of grapes and other fruits, but carbonation and rural character reminds the saison too; anyway, whaterver it is (does import as Buskers philosophy?) converge on a bitter pleasant finish, again like a white wine, harsh, turns to root. An italian less alcoholic version of Avec les bon Voeux? Surely not, Buskers doesn’t copy, they turn inside out styles. And results give them the right.
fablo75 (3) - Rome, ITALY - JAN 12, 2012 does not count
Tasted from bottle - November 2011. Zarin (202) - ITALY - JAN 5, 2012
Color is orange with a rich white froth. Smell is surprising with a grand and pleasant fruity, above all tropical fruit like pineapple and coconut.
Having a taste you can find the same fruity and a nice bitter ending not too intrusive.
A: Fruits, yeasts, malt, floral. A: pale orange. T: well hopped! P: Mb. Overall: 16/20 (botttled) LordCorkscrew (1774) - Ronco Scrivia (GE), ITALY - DEC 30, 2011
Fontanone di schiuma che povero me ho dovuto pulire la tovaglia; ed era stata ferma più di un giorno in frigo (la si doveva bere ieri a cena). INDASTRIA (129) - Berlin & Rome, GERMANY - NOV 7, 2011
Bottle @ home while eating a very good pizza and watching TBBT. Surprising (to me) clear/cristal orange color with a nice minimal perlage; very fancy aspect. Aggressive Big rocky/foamy white head, unstoppable. "dAvEstating", massive Coconuts and pineapple aroma at first, then apricot, slight citrus, yeast for sure. The taste shows more malt, and a better balanced fruits basket. The mouthfeel is bitter and gentle at the same time; quite juicy but very refreshing and enjoyable.
Like Dave the walrus, this beer is strong but good-hearted, ready to help you to have a good night with your best buddies around. That’s the buskers spirit