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Brewed by Unicer Bebidas
Style: Heller Bock
Balio, Portugal
Serve in Dimpled mug, Stein

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RATINGS: 159   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.62/5   EST. CALORIES: 192   ABV: 6.4%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Bottle, can & keg: Pasteurised.
Launched in January 2006.
Super Bock Abadia is the first beer produced in Portugal using the traditional recipe. Super Bock Abadia is characterized by a rich aroma, stronger and embodied, fruited and alive, with a smooth and comforting taste and the most intense colour due to the use of special varieties of malt.

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2.6
Borresteijn (7355) - Zaandam, NETHERLANDS - SEP 24, 2017
33cl Bottle. Clear amber colour, white head. Aroma of malts, grain, caramel, light toast, alcohol. Flavour follows, quite sweet, alcoholic feel to it. Light bodied. Passable.

2.7
Luneylane (217) - Taipei City, TAIWAN - AUG 20, 2017
A bottle from Jason’s in Muzha. Aroma: toast. Appearance: clear, golden brown, minimal head. Palate: medium-bodied and rather oily, average carbonation, not much doing at the finish. Taste: medium-sweet, malty finish, some heat from the booze. Not bad, partially vindicates its Super Bock cousin, which was extremely disappointing. I would drink this one again.

1.9
elbernays (1628) - Dublin, IRELAND - AUG 7, 2017
Bottle from intermarche Lagos Portugal. Pours copper with thin wispy off white head. Bread, cardboard, corn, caramel. Fairly sweet bread flavour with dry cardboard finish.

2.2
jgb9348 (6399) - Arlington (Pentagon City), Virginia, USA - JUL 26, 2017
Clear copper and cola coloured body with a slight off-white head, about a centimetre tall. Aroma of light earth, a touch of caramelised sugars and a tiny bit of yeast. Light-bodied; Strong nutty and earthy flavour with a touch of toffee and yeast and a lot of cardboard and bland musty malt flavours - nothing too special. Aftertaste shows more cardboard, a lot of yeast and some sweetness from caramel and that’s about it. Overall, a pretty subdued beer without much flavour at all, and what is there is pale malt and cardboard with perhaps a bit of toffee and caramelised sugars. I sampled this 33 cL bottle purchased from Jason’s Market Place at Taipei 101 in Taipei, Taiwan on 26-July-2017 for NT$40 sampled in my hotel room a few hours later on 26-July-2017.

2.9
Ysok02 (1724) - Mons, BELGIUM - JUL 6, 2017
Robe ambrée, fine mousse. Nez sur le caramel et les fruits secs. Bouche ronde et douceureuse qui manque de fraîcheur et de complexité. Pas du tout mon style.

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Pedro_Pinho (242) - Stockholm, SWEDEN - JUL 5, 2017
UPDATED: JUL 6, 2017 Mainstream, macrobrewing... ok, but nothing more than that. Useless to describe aroma, taste and others. Drinkable.

3.2
mike_77 (6882) - Breda, NETHERLANDS - JUN 20, 2017
Copper colour with thin head. Aroma and flavour are certainly sweet but when this one is ice cold the sweetness is bearable. Malty with a hint of milk chocolate.

3.1
PilsnerDoctor32 (338) - madrid, SPAIN - MAR 27, 2017
Botella 0,33l. Color Ambar, espuma blanca, fina, muy presentable,pero desaparece muy rapido, inestable! Aroma caramelo, malta, cereales. Sabor malta,cereales, dulce suave con un toque de amargor. Gases - media. Cuerpo poco. Postsabor - queda dulzor y sabor de malta, no prolongado. Bastante agradable y bebible, pero parece que es una Marzen Beer. Abadia?

2.7
melush (4341) - SPAIN - JUL 26, 2016
Bottle 33cl @Alma de Iberico, Guijuelo, Spain. A: Dark amber. T: Malt, caramel.

2.5
DraftDodger (1629) - Copenhagen, DENMARK - JUL 20, 2016
Olhão 20/7 2016. 33 cl bottle from Pingu Doce. I can understand that this is produced by using the "traditional recipe" and named after a Abbey. So I suppose that the Brewers is trying to convey that this is the original Super Bock (sounds almost like a superhero). Pouring dark amber with small white head. Disappears fairly fast leaving what looks like a urin sample for a patient with severe kidney problems. Aroma is quite bland. A little caramel and metal. Medium carbonation and lightly thick palate. Flavor is a bit heavyhanded on the caramel wagon. Quite sweet with almost no bitterness. A little alcohol in the aftertaste. Those monks at the Super Bock Abbey must be heavily into sweets.


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