Kaapse Brouwers
Brewed at Brouwerij De Molen

Style: American Strong Ale
Rotterdam, Netherlands
Serve in Snifter, Tulip


on tap

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RATINGS: 155   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.53/5   IBU: 66   EST. CALORIES: 303   ABV: 10.1%
Kaapse Jaapie Een amberkleurig bier van 9,2% van het type Red Ale. Door het gebruik van veel Amerikaanse hop krijgt dit bier een zoet citrusaroma. Deze zoete aanzet (passievrucht) trekt daarna bitter weg. De bitterheid wordt bovendien mooi in balans gehouden door een lichte karamel smaak

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gegwilson (3867) - North Yorkshire, ENGLAND - APR 17, 2018
Deep amber with a good cream head. Sweet red fruits. Very fruity and hoppy with toffee apple.

rumore (1060) - Rimini, ITALY - MAR 29, 2018
UPDATED: MAR 29, 2018 50cl bottle at FOB, Rimini, Italy. Pours hazy light amber with very fine white foam. Aroma is intensely aromatic. Body is dense with moderate carbonation. Taste is intensely bitter, though with a notable body of malt behind. Finish is long and bitter.

einherjar (576) - Rijeka, CROATIA - MAR 21, 2018
Red to brown color, without head. Aroma malt, toasted malt and oak. Taste sweet, reisins, malt, smoke, alcohol, bitter finish. Intresting beer.

dj110 (48) - Lome, TOGO - MAR 11, 2018
Hazy/red color. Pours with creamy beige head - medium long lasting. In aroma, malty, very sweet - a lot of raisins, caramel. In taste at the first place comes medium sweetness with notes of dates and also rasins, then some baked bread crust and then comes medium biterness which stays in the mouth for some time. In the throath you can feel some warming alcohol - but nice though. Quite nice beer - not all the way perfectly balanced though. If you drink outside in the spring and in the evening it starts to get a bit cold - that's where I see that beer best.

nephirem (735) - CROATIA - FEB 5, 2018
Bottle, 0.33l. 9.4% ABV. Hazy brown/red pour, thin frothy off-white layer on top. Some lacing. Intensely sweet nose, loads of caramel and candy notes, honey, herbal liquor. Medium body, soft carbonation. Thick and oily texture, creamy mouthfeel. Starts off sweet, going into bitter aftertaste. Aroma is heavily malty. Loaded with caramel, toffee and candy. Molasses. Brown sugar. Herbal liquor. Sweetness hides the alcohol somewhat, however it's still nicely warming. Some spicy, peppery notes. Vague honey. Finishes bitter, medium lasting, slight touch of alcohol. Overall, a bit on the sweet side this one. Not really fond of that, to be honest... And worthy of notice, this sample wasn't really fresh. Oh well.

kovica (402) - Zagreb, CROATIA - DEC 29, 2017
0,33 l. Bottle. Brown color with off white head. Fruit aroma. Sweet, hop and fruit taste, strong and bitter finish

Marko (6523) - Split / Zagreb, CROATIA - DEC 26, 2017
Bottled, thanks heavy! Red-amber body with an off white head, tiny but lasting. Malty, slightly oxidized aroma, orange, a touch of pine, dusty and a bit sticky. Eh. Taste... nice orange candy, full maltiness, light dusty notes, scant to no bitterness. Well, not a bad beer at all, but hardly one of my favorites.

Nicolas022 (28) - CROATIA - DEC 9, 2017
Best imperial red ale i have test so far, it has everything that one imperial red ale must have: color, ABV, aroma, taste, aftertaste, bitterness...

sebsky (549) - ENGLAND - NOV 28, 2017
330 ml bottle from Stoneworks,Peterborough. BB 22/12/2017;9.4%. Light red/copper,slightly hazy. Nose - toasted malts,bread,resin. Taste - malts,caramel,walnut skin aftertaste.

stupre (538) - Nanterre, FRANCE - OCT 28, 2017
Taster on tap @ Kaapse Brouwers Rotterdam. Double red ale assez puissante avec une belle consistance.

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