Brewed by Mean Sardine Brewery
Style: Abbey Dubbel
Ericeira, Portugal


on tap

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RATINGS: 46   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.14/5   IBU: 25   EST. CALORIES: 180   ABV: 6%
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andrepintado's rating

   AROMA 5/10   APPEARANCE 2/5   TASTE 6/10   PALATE 3/5   OVERALL 12/20
andrepintado (3659) - Porto, - JUL 7, 2013
Got a 33cl bottle from the brewer, Rolim Carmo. Dark copper to brown color, thin head. Carbonation is soft. Taste is light sweet, light bitter and light sour. Aroma is yeasty, light malt and caramel. Too yeasty for me :-(

Ysok02 (1826) - Mons, BELGIUM - OCT 8, 2017
Robe ambrée, assez claire pour une double. Nez discret, note maltée, café au lait, pointe d'épices. Bouche à l'attaque fraîche et épicée mais un peu légère, finale acidulée. Une bière agréable mais loin des doubles belges...

Rasmus40 (21822) - Beder, Aarhus, DENMARK - JUL 19, 2017
Bottle from Saveur Biere. Light hazy dark amber with an off-white head. Aroma is sweet, malty, caramel, candy sugar and yeasty. Flavor is quite sweet and light bitter. Sweet and light bitter finish. 190717

adamnowek (3283) - Brussels, BELGIUM - APR 22, 2017
Bright and clear copper colour. Spotty head. Aroma is a bit malty. Taste is quite sweet with lots of malt.

erickok (6036) - Leuven, BELGIUM - MAR 27, 2017
Brown, glowing, tan head. Amber and toasted malts. Light caramel sweetness, light flowery. Taste is more bitter than expected. Would have liked a more rounded body perhaps, the carbonation is prickly. Decent brew. (33cl bottle from Saveur Bière)

sir__v (2630) - FRANCE - JAN 27, 2017
Bottle from Saveur-Biere.com - Color: dark blond beer almost amber with no carbonation and small white foam. Smell: candied fruit notes, caramel and sweet grassy hops. Taste: medium body with caramel malt, sweet candied notes, ester, belgian yeast. Good attenuation and quiet fruity. Nice. Aftertaste: not so strong alcohol, well balanced malt and ester. Very drinkable.

gegwilson (3793) - North Yorkshire, ENGLAND - NOV 18, 2016
Bottle in Boheme, Faro as Spell ltd edition. Not sure if there’s any dofference to the regular version so will rate here. Pours amber with a thin off white head. Mild fruity aroma. The taste is fruity with light peppery spice and a moderately bitter finish. Nice.

Nocturne (1992) - Cheshire, ENGLAND - SEP 25, 2016
Tap at Cerveteca Lisboa, Lisbon. Mid-amber shade with off-white head. Notes of marmalade, tobacco, red berries and brown bread. Some good elements, but not overly like how a dubbel should be in my mind.

djoeye (5203) - Tromsø, NORWAY - SEP 3, 2016
Aroma; pale malts, meadow, pale bread. Look; fawn bighead, copper-amber near clear body. Taste; roasted malts, plum, peel, malted candies, yeast, whisky note, grape - roasted malted spirited finish. Feel; normal. Overall; pale aroma, better taste. [33cl.btl abv6% bb102016 [email protected]]

AndreasP (319) - Copenhagen, DENMARK - AUG 26, 2016
The ingredients of a belgian dubbel are present but to a very light degree. Most notable is the yeast with hints of banana and clover. Watery and not enough body to back up the sweetness.

yngwie (17233) - Kristiansand, NORWAY - JUN 12, 2016
Bottle, courtesy of KnutAlbert. It pours a unclear dark orange brown body under a dense finger thick beige head. The aroma has lots of prunes and other dark dried fruits. Some malty caramel notes and brown sugar too. It’s full bodied, semi sweet and nicely carbonated with some bitterness in the back. Dried fruits, caramel and brown sugar in the flavor. Some faint notes of acetone. Long finish dominated by dark dried fruits. Well, not really bad this one, but it’s far from the best in its style. 160612

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