bierkoning (13355) - La Tropica/Doarp, NETHERLANDS - NOV 15, 2006
Blonde, big foamy head. Malt, citrus and poire Wiliams in the aroma. Alcohol, malt and a hint of citrus in the flavor. Pretty well balanced, in spite of the huge alcohol character. dwyerpg (6187) - Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - NOV 6, 2006
Smells okay, a little wheaty and yeasty. Hard to really think of this as a Belgian strong. An okay beer, no 43. tiggmtl (4545) - East York, Ontario, CANADA - SEP 18, 2006
Syrupy maple notes over honey like musty sweetness and herbal, haylike hops in the alcoholic aroma. Hazy golden body is topped by a decent, fine bubbled, white head that laces nicely. Alcohol is very apparent in the flavour also with a strong base of floral, honey, hay and toasty malt flavours. Very lively carbonation with a soft texture though mouthfeel is not quite as rich as with the Brut beers from the same brewer. Sampled at Mondial 2006. omhper (25138) - Tyresö, SWEDEN - AUG 21, 2006
[Bottled at Akkurat, Stockholm] Pale golden. Very lively brief head, Yeasty aroma of banana and raspberries. Medium sweet and medium bodied with soft, spritzy mouthfeel. The comparably light body gives alcohol plenty of room, creating a liqueur-like raspberry flavour. Fruity with evident notes of almond and a hint of butter. beerbuzzmontreal (3487) - Montreal, Quebec, CANADA - AUG 17, 2006
The pour reveals a hazy blonde color with floaties and a thin white head that leaves nice lacing on the glass. The aroma and flavor have a strong yeast charecter and are joined by fruits and hops. It’s good and has some class and some dryness but it is far from the Brut Réserve.
Jayb0 (1197) - Cherry Hill, New Jersey, USA - AUG 7, 2006
Another lovely champagne-style offering from De Landsheer. This one has more dry and floral notes than the others. It is less complex than the noir, and less champagne like than the brut reserve, but I found really nice as an aperitif beer. fiulijn (20515) - Vancouver, British Columbia, CANADA - AUG 2, 2006
Corked bottlejerohen (2296) - Bussum, NETHERLANDS - JUL 27, 2006
Hazy blond color. Spicy aroma, coriander, similar to a Triple; dry; woody. The mouthfeel is quite dry and light, because of the high carbonation; there is the typical taste of Belgian ales, it’s bitter enough, but there is little malt flavor and the hops leave no trace of quality. The alcohol is quite warming at times. Pleasant but not exceptional.
Bottled 0.75. Hazy orange coloured, medium white head. Hops and spices, alcohol obviously present. Dry finish. None of these Champagne beers could impress me so far and this is no exception. On the other hand, it’s certainly not a bad brew. caesar (7156) - Bunnik/Utrecht, NETHERLANDS - JUL 9, 2006
75 cl bottle. Hazy orange color, medium white head. Aroma is bit spicy and malty, some champagne, bit alcohol. Same taste. Bit disappointing if you compare this to the other Brut beers of Malheur. Rastacouere (6177) - Montreal, Quebec, CANADA - JUL 6, 2006
Effervescent golden pour wearing a lasting white 1-inch foam. Sweetish and perfumey nose comprises apparently more residual sugars than the other 2 beers “méthode champenoise” from this house. Nonetheless, a hefty dose of dry floral hops accompany the mildy grainy malt profile. Sweetish and grassy developments are joined by a wave of intruding alcohol, swimming across the pear and pepper back flavours. Herbal finish. Lots of things I like, but the quickly fading carbonation, overall sweeter and simpler flavours than their other 2 and the global stickiness make it less enjoyable for me.