victorsampson96 (143) - North Yorkshire, ENGLAND - OCT 18, 2017
(330 ml bottle) Delirium Tremens: the rapid onset of confusion and spasms, resulting from alcohol withdrawal. At 9% ABV, there's hardly any chance of that! This gruesome malady's beery namesake is presented in a grey, ceramic bottle; simply branded 'Delirium'.
Pours a slightly hazy, golden-yellow beer, with vigorous fine carbonation, forming a tight white head, made from beautifully regular pearly bubbles. Yeast aromas come through first, echoing a Hefeweizen: banana and clove ride the cusp of the vapour. Sweet malt lies just behind, with notes of gooey bread dough. The hops deliver just a fine whiff of citrus, before deeper notes take hold: honey, oak sap, crème brûlée, sultanas, caramelised cashew nuts, mineral water, and a subtle earthy finish. Crisp and clean, but extremely effervescent - explosive and tumultuous.
Overall, not bad. Despite the complexity of Delirium's aroma, it's just a little lacking. Sweet, spicy, and highly refreshing, but far too fizzy to comfortably drink. Mariox (295) - Warsaw, POLAND - OCT 14, 2017
Backlog, ocena wystawiona na podstawie wspomnień z degustacji oraz przepisana z profilu na Untappd. całkiem przyzwoity bsa