Chin0 (54) - Lomas de Zamora, ARGENTINA - FEB 26, 2012
En general tiene aromas dulces a malta caramelo con un toque frutado. De color rojo transparente y algo de espuma blanca. El sabor es a caramelo con un leve tostado, también se encuentran sabores de la oxidación. El alcohol no es evidente aunque tiene un 7,5%. Excelente opción en una roja fuerte. dwyerpg (6188) - Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - DEC 4, 2010
A nice sweet malty aroma. Dirty orange-brown. This is tasty. A quite sweet flavor. This is smooth; doesn’t seem too high in alcohol. Now I need to find the other two. R3ngo (1) - ARGENTINA - DEC 5, 2016 does not count
Fuerte y Maltosa. Mi única crítica es un poco falta de aroma. Se toma fácil. scanovajr (695) - Rio de Janeiro, BRAZIL - MAR 18, 2007
Bottled at Cossab Buenos Aires. amber color with brief head. Very nice floral aroma, notes of herbs. Taste is caramel malt and sweet, with a bitter end. Rounded and warm in mouth. Panzerfaust (849) - Hanga Roa, Easter Island, CHILE - MAY 22, 2006
UPDATED: NOV 2, 2006 Pours a hazy red/copper color with a small white head that diminishes slowly and leaves a small but pretty lacing.
Aroma is very hoppy for a South American brew, with floral and fruity notes like roses, grapefruits, pine, herbs and a small tart cherry-like touch.
Strong sweet and fruity flavor with hints of berries, apples and nutty traces. Very amaretto like with initial sweetness and a bitter aftertaste of more nuts.
Thick oily texture, no carbonation bothering. Soft, delicious finish. Alcohol barely noticeable. It has a warming effect. This is masterfully crafted and the proof that Argentina can brew some really good stuff..
drpimento (3641) - La Crosse, Wisconsin, USA - SEP 4, 2006
Many thanks to <a href=http://www.ratebeer.com/View-User-5855.htm> Lubiere for bringing this one from the other side of the Andes
330 ml bottle shared with <a href=http://www.ratebeer.com/View-User-31163.htm&g and <a href=http://www.ratebeer.com/View-User-35128.htm&g />
Brought back from Buenos Aires last spring. Pours with a nice foamy head and a bit of lace that just can’t quite stick around. Malty aroma with some definite honey characteristics. Color is a brownish amber. Much more honey apparent in the flavor, maybe a bit overstated? Don’t really pick up on the alcohol. Great body! Good effort by the folks there. Bravo, folks! Salud! nigredo (37) - Santiago de Chile, CHILE - SEP 12, 2006
Relatively few head, white. Amber color, a bit clowdy.
Frutal sweet aromas. Sweet taste, in agreement with the aroma.
Afteraste sweet too, smoother. Citric touches, Syrup texture.
The best of this beer is its excellent aroma, followed by its smell.
Their smell gets betters remarkably when temperature increases a bit. Very good taste and aftertaste. Definitively bad indicated temperature to drink it. 4º it’s not enough to appreciate the best of this syrup. kosak (1) - ny, New York, USA - MAR 30, 2007 does not count
the best red ale in argentina... at last things are going good.. quilmes sucks.. jimhilt (2610) - Bow, New Hampshire, USA - MAY 21, 2008
Pours a three finger off-white head that fades slowly and leaves a little lace. Clear amber color. Good carbonation and medium bodied. Malty nose. Flavor is sweet malty with hints of molasses, unusual red. $4.45 for a 500ml bottle from Colonial Spirits Acton, Ma. CJfromPhilly (140) - Aston, Pennsylvania, USA - OCT 12, 2010
Pours from the 19.9 oz bottle (which appears to have some floaties inside. yeast? I don’t see anything on the label indicating bottle-conditioning) a hazy, apple juice colored copper with a 1 1/2 finger head that disappears almost instantly. Makes quite a lot of fizzing noise on the pour, but once it settles there are a quite a few bubbles rising in the glass. Aroma is a nice mix of malt, caramel, and apples. 1st sip is a dry apple cider-ish note followed by some apple and caramel sweetness in the middle and on the swallow...with maybe a touch of honey thrown in. Mouthfeel is light, but not watery, with a slight sparkle on the tongue from the carbonation. Drinkability is quite high...I could easily see myself going through these one after another on a football Sunday. The alcohol is so well hidden, it appears to be almost non-existent. Overall, this is a very nice brew! I’ve never seen or heard of this before, but i’ll make sure to pick up more of this on future beer runs!