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Brewed by Brasserie de Milly / Cidrerie G. Maeyaert
Style: Bière de Garde
Milly sur Thérain, France
Serve in Stem glass, Tulip

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RATINGS: 36   MEAN: 3.23/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.2/5   EST. CALORIES: 210   ABV: 7%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Milliacus is available in both bottle and keg.
Milliacus is brewed according to a traditional method of the Bellovaques region, in Milly-sur-Thérain at the heart of Beauvaisis, on land belonging to Louis Bourdon, the Count de Clermont, a descendant of Saint Louis, famed for his bravery and devotion. Louis de Bourdon took part in numerous crusades, from one of which he is reputed to have brought back the recipe for a famous beer. But like his ancestor, Dagobert, a little absent-minded, he must have lost it in his castle's moat...
Medaille de Bronze, Paris 2005.

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3.8
fiulijn (21506) - Vancouver, British Columbia, CANADA - JUN 10, 2008
Médaille de Bronze, Concours Générale Agricole, Paris 2006
Corked half bottle

Dark amber color; big creamy head. It has a strong aroma of malt and caramel, mature; and candi sugar; a bit perfumy; similar to some English Barley Wine. It has a good body structure, with a sweet caramel flavor in the front, and a slightly more bitter caramel later; it has a correct bitterness and a balanced final. It’s a very good Strong Ale, mature, not exceptionally complex, but very solid.

3.4
BMan1113VR (7930) - Los Angeles, California, USA - MAR 9, 2008
Underrated. Pours with a smallish, frothy, off-white head. A dark, clear brown body. Some lacing and a thin layer of head retention. Aroma is nice with floral hops, melon, honey and a touch of alcohol. Taste is kind of thin, like a weak APA with a bit of caramel sweetness. Slight creamyness to the mouth with slightly fizzy carbonation.

2.8
ThomasE (5174) - Copenhagen, DENMARK - MAY 1, 2007
Clear deep reddish colour with a tan head. Malty, light caramel sweet aroma with some fruity notes. Caramel sweet flavor with bread notes. Dry sweet finish.

2.8
yespr (48895) - Copenhagen O, DENMARK - APR 30, 2007
Sample from 37.5 cL bottle. Pours deep brown. Aroma of malts. Flavour is malty sweet, almost no hops. Finish is malty sweet.

2.4
faroeviking (11331) - Chupando chellas es como ellas, FAROE ISLANDS - APR 29, 2007
Bottle. Clear brown colour. Sour earthy roasty malt and caramel aroma. Flavour of toasted malt and caramel, bit of soil, some sourness and fruitiness. Sweet earthy finish.

3.3
Ungstrup (38902) - Citizen of the universe, DENMARK - APR 27, 2007
Bottled. A deep red beer with a tan head. The aroma is sweet malty with notes of caramel, and so is the flavor, leading to a dry yet sticky end.

2.4
Papsoe (25054) - Frederiksberg, DENMARK - APR 26, 2007
(Bottle 37,5 cl) Courtesy of Grovlam. Pours a clear, dark, nutty brown with an off-white head. Unclean, fusty aroma with some roasted malt. Medium body with some burned caramel and then again this typical french fustiness. 230407

2.9
Grovlam (4257) - Copenhagen, DENMARK - APR 25, 2007
Bottle. Small white fizzy head that mostly diminished. Spar lacing. Clear amber color. Fruity, caramel, dusty notes. Medium bodied with an average carbonation. Flavour was sweet with a slightly dry and light bitter finish.

2.7
Emil (6064) - Copenhagen, DENMARK - APR 24, 2007
Bottle. Amber with a off-white head. Dusty, malty, fruity aroma and a sweet dusty, malty, fruity taste. Medium body with a sweet finish.

3.1
joergen (29598) - Frederiksberg, DENMARK - FEB 25, 2007
Bottle. Clear amber coloured with an off white head. Aroma of caramel, dried fruits and fruits. Flavour of caramel, fruits and dried fruits.


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