Ansbeer (23) - São Paulo, BRAZIL - JUN 28, 2012
For me, a very good beer and very close to the great beers to the same style as the "DEUS" RollinHard (1024) - Fort Worth, Texas, USA - AUG 4, 2008
This beer absolutely made my day, thanks to mcbackus. Deep orange tan pour, with a big fluffy white head that dies down to a moderate film over time. Aroma is all over the map; apples, caramel, toffee, cloves, hay, a slight slight bit of worchester (sp?) sauce, and green grapes. The focus of the aroma is different every sniff. Big sweet taste at first of caramel, brown sugar, tons of grass, cloves, cinnemon, a slight salty wood taste, and oaky like a chardonnay (or something like that). Warming finish with a slight toffee and wood flavor but it’s all surprisingly clean in the end. Highly carbonated mouthfeel but it’s huge beer at heart and you can sense the thick, nearly sticky malt in every tingling sip. Just huge in flavor. I thought this beer was just amazing, but I can see why others might not like it. Think it’s too sweet? Pair it was chocolate chip cookies, and the combo will work wonders for the beer and bring out more fruit qualities (while also cutting the cookie taste a bit). Awesome awesome stuff. Danielconfraria (7) - BRAZIL - FEB 13, 2014 does not count
Eisenbahn Lust. Cerveja maravilhosa, na minha opinião a melhor champenoise entre as quatro atualmente produzidas. Espuma com excelente formação e muito persistente, perlage fino. Aroma frutado, amargor equilibrado e sensação residual seca.
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Pours golden with an amber hue and a full thick creamy head that reduces slowly and sits there like a pancake. Aromas of stonefruit and minerals. Full and luscious on the tongue with creamy effers. This is a wonderful beer exhibiting primarily peach, apricot and nectarine essence with banana bread, a bit of minerality and brisk acidity to balance. The finish lingers. There is a defined sweetness with a touch of caramel. BDR (2534) - Roseville, Minnesota, USA - JUN 9, 2007
UPDATED: JUN 12, 2007 Rating #600! An exceptionally massive head on this light gold pour. Small amount of sediment. Sweet grape and citrus nose. Sweet malty body with a lightly smoked character to it. Light crisp mouthfeel that was exceptionally smooth. Bottle purchased from the Cellars
dwyerpg (6187) - Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - AUG 20, 2007
A very tasty head. The beer itself has just a hint too much dominant alcohol Effervescent and strong, the is pretty decent and has a fantastic head. unclemattie (4358) - Georgia, USA - DEC 31, 2008
Vintage 2006, 750ml corked champnoise bottle. Opened with an explosive pop. Foam poured out of the bottle as half the liquid was spent. Womderful aroma of pale malt and a fruity yeast. Tall white head constructed by millions of tiny bubbles. From the violent opening, lots of yeasty floatties swirling around. Pale orange hue. Aromas of citrus and some medicinal scented hops, grainy malts, pale and bready. The flavor is quite surprising. Very sweet. Lots of fruit, lots of residual sugars, nice apple and pears sugary sweetness. Finishes with a well accomplished and quite impressive fruit ester that can only come from a well fed Champange Yeast strain. Perfect. Happy New Year 2009!. madmitch76 (24807) - , Essex, ENGLAND - NOV 14, 2009
14th June 2008. Amber coloured champagne style beer. Plenty of froth and thousands of bubbles! Whee! Delicious honeyish mango malt with a creamy crisp finish. Some other subtle fruit flavours well integrated. Lovely! LeandroBibi (30) - São Paulo, BRAZIL - APR 23, 2015
Cerveja dourada com um excelente perlage. Ótimo aroma cítrico, com notas de abacaxi em compota e cereais. Paladar bastante vivaz com sabores de frutas amarelas. Excelente! JK (6162) - St. Louis Park, Minnesota, USA - JUN 9, 2007
Very unique and very good. This beer would fit well in to several styles, and is very much like a barleywine. Malty aroma. Very carbonated, which I expected from the description. Flavor has champagne yeast, sugar, surprisingly brown sugar, and light alcohol flavor but a warming alcohol palate. Probably not worth the $25, but unique and very good anyway.