Garage Project Mon P'tit Chou

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Brewed by Garage Project
Style: Saison
Wellington, New Zealand
Serve in Tulip

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RATINGS: 22   MEAN: 3.3/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.25/5   SEASONAL: Special   EST. CALORIES: 150   ABV: 5%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Mon P’tit Chou - a term of endearment in French. Translated literally it means “my little cabbage”. Made from 100% Belgian malt and French grown Strisselspalt hops, this farmhouse style ale has a fresh sherbet aroma, and a refreshing dry, tart, palate with just a hint of orange. There are no cabbages in the beer, but there is a lot of love. A la tienne!

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3.5
explosivedog (1403) - Auckland, NEW ZEALAND - SEP 28, 2016
650ml bottle. Aroma is... saison. There’s spice, a little wood and some hay. There’s some sherbet in the taste, carried home by that spice and wood. Average saison.

3.6
Hoponmate (309) - NEW ZEALAND - SEP 28, 2016
A great saison. It smells great. It tastes spicy and is a typical saison with a slight sherbet finish.

3.2
Samtzu (519) - Palmerston North, NEW ZEALAND - SEP 2, 2016
650ml bottle. Pours a golden red with no head. Sweet nose with malt notes lingering. Medium body with sweet notes showing through again. Theres a distinct flavour but I cannot put my finger on what it is.

3.2
nickd717 (4774) - San Francisco, California, USA - JUL 28, 2016
Draft at the brewery. Orangish copper color with a small white head. The aroma has slight farmhouse notes, but not much, banana, stone fruit, lemon, bread dough. Flavor is faintly Belgian and yeasty, fruity, mildly sweet. Medium-bodied with a nice feel to it. Overall decent.

3
nilsas (4303) - Bryne, NORWAY - MAY 22, 2016

Lukt: Malt og karamell.
Utseende: Gulbrun.
Skum/kullsyre: Tynt skum.
Smak: Malt, karamell og anelse smør.
Hvor: [email protected] kveld hos Bryne.
Medium: [email protected], [email protected]%, Nå[email protected]

2.2
Inbreak (6319) - Loddefjord, NORWAY - APR 23, 2016
23.04.2016, 0,65l bottle shared at local tasting:
Small slightly fizzy shortlasting head. Aroma is slightly sweet, dried fruits, sugar, yeast, grass, flowers, light malts, banana. Taste is mild floral, weeds, grass, harsh yeast, flowers, hay, sugar, bark, paper. Medium bitterness, harsh watery mouthfeel. Boring.

2.4
ClubGonzo (5685) - Bergen, NORWAY - APR 23, 2016
Bottle. Pours a clear golden body with a medium creamy white head. Nose is red fruits, apricot, raisins, citrus and hints of cinnamon, vanilla and straw. Taste is apricot, red fruits, mild citrus, black tea and hints of brown sugar and grains. Medium body, watery mouthfeel, medium carbonation. Not really a saison IMO, nor a farmhouse. Hard to define, really, and rather boring all in all.

4.8
Hop_Hedonist (614) - Perth, AUSTRALIA - APR 2, 2016
Saison isn’t my thing but... As usual GP has over-delivered on flavour despite the 5% abv - a lovely drink.

3.2
larsga (7605) - Oslo, NORWAY - MAR 12, 2016
Threatens to gush, but in the end never carries through on the threat. Medium white head doesn’t last. Clear brown body. Fruity sherbet aroma with floral resiny notes. Dry-sweet earthy resiny taste with herbal notes. Mid-bodied. Slightly fizzy mouthfeel. Dryish fruity earthy aftertaste with funky resiny notes. Nice, drinkable, not that remarkable. (0.65l bottle, from wine monopoly, Storo.)

3.4
Davros (3246) - Melbourne, AUSTRALIA - JAN 27, 2016
Pours amber with a large head. Aroma of earthy farmhouse yeast, grassy hops and bready malt. Flavours include some cereal-like grainy malt, a bit more of the grassy/spicy hops and then finishes very dry. Carbonation seems very excessive.


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