the sauger (81) - Quebec, CANADA - JUN 10, 2017
Bouteille de 375 ml. Couleur blonde avec un joli col blanc. Arôme de blé, de malt et de résine. Goût de fruits subtils, de grains et de houblon. Très agréable en bouche. jakeskia (29) - Kanata, Ontario, CANADA - MAY 23, 2017
Nice creamy refreshing maibock. Like most of the other beers from les trois mousquetaires great example of how to execute a nice maibock. oh6gdx (26482) - Vasa, FINLAND - FEB 28, 2017
Bottled (backlog). Hazy deep amber colour with a small foamy white head. Aroma is wheat, some alcohol, honey, spices and floral notes. Flavour is wheat, spices, some floral notes along with mild warming alcohol, which suits in the beer. shawnmurphy (330) - Plattsburgh, New York, USA - JAN 19, 2017
375 ml bottle. Pours hazy golden, no head, limited lacing. Aroma is of lemon, sweet malt, cereal, honey, flowers. Taste is of malt, cereal, honeysuckle petals, followed by a prickly bitterness/carbonation. Mouthfeel is medium-bodied. Easily drinkable. A lawnmower beer that would be dangerous with its 6.8 percent, so pace yourself! Bierdimpfe (640) - Quebec, CANADA - SEP 9, 2016
Veiled deep gold with a very strong amount of activity. Thick light frothy white 3 finger sparkling head that last for around 10 minutes, with a good amount of legs.
Aromas of faint flowers with some caramel and a yeasty feel. Flavors of tropical fruits like pineapples with some estery feel of apples, a nice thick grainy taste and a faint grassy touch. Highly sharp with balanced sweetness.
Smooth oily full body with a perfect amount of zesty carbonation. Light finish of medium length, ending with a malty and yeasty sensation. Lingering grassy noble spices and honey like tongue coat.
Overall great quality craft. Delicious tender flavors yet warming and filling. Nicely balanced, complex, and ultra fresh. Well spiced and perfectly sharp with a pleasant body. The only real flaw is a faint smell. Very satisfying beer, I highly recommended; Would drink this all day long.
albmoro (132) - BRAZIL - MAY 16, 2016
Malte bem presente. Cor de mel, aroma muito agradável e espuma abundante. Sabor do álcool se sobressaiu. Particularmente acho que o estilo bock combina melhor com as escuras. RickTheRick (949) - Montréal, Quebec, CANADA - JAN 13, 2016
La bière est d’un doré très clair où de fines bulles forment un col mousseux plutôt mince. Des céréales mielleuses joignent leurs efforts à des parfums floraux pour créer un bouquet enivrant. L’aspect mielleux se précise en bouche et est combiné à des vapeurs très suaves d’alcool. Des notes de pain frais sont également de la partie. Superbe bière lorsque bue fraîche. Sophisticated (10) - - OCT 12, 2015
Citronnée? J’aime tout sauf ce petit goût d’attaque en bouche. Pour moi, ce que je pense être un goût citronné, ça ne va pas avec la bière. guil0000 (433) - New Brunswick, CANADA - OCT 8, 2015
Pours a hazy golden copper color with a small frothy white head. Nose of wheat and pilsner malts, grassy hops, some honey, spices and floral notes. Quite well balaced on the taste. Masks the alcool pretty well. Oily mouthfeel. Small hoppy alccol finish. Low to medium carbonation. Nice sipping beer. Not bad UXO (1896) - CANADA - SEP 14, 2015
Appearance: slightly hazy deep gold with one finger of fluffy off-white head diminishing fairly rapidly to a thin ring, no lacing. (3/5) Aroma: grainy malt, floral, herbal, honey. (7/10) Taste: moderate sweet, moderate bitter, light pepper. (7/10) Palate: medium-light body, moderate carbonation, off-dry lingering bitter and spicy finish. (4/5)
A bit beefy all-round - which, I guess, is bang-on for the style, which is intended to walk the line between too little and too much. I didn’t even look at the label before tasting, and was surprised at the alcohol presence - not “hot” as such, but definitely there. The lingering bitterness of the finish was also a surprise, given the stated 26 IBU. (Have I mentioned lately how much I love LTM labels? OG, FG, ABV, IBU, aging, serving temperature and glass, tasting notes and food pairings. Why doesn’t everybody do this?) I actually had to go back and read the BJCP guidelines for this style, and was slightly surprised how well this thing ticks all the boxes. I actually thought Maibocks/Helles Bocks were supposed to be a bit lighter all-round, but apparently they’re not. The only area this one really falls flat (so to speak) is the lack of persistence for the head, along with a bit less clarity than the style requires. I waffled a bit as to whether I actually liked this or not, but came down on the side of “yes”. At the very least, it’s an interesting brew. (14/20)