Sidra Natural Bereziartua Edicion Gourmet


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Brewed by Sidreria Bereziartua
Style: Cider
(Guipuzcoa) Astigarraga, Spain

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RATINGS: 7   MEAN: 3.6/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.36/5   EST. CALORIES: 180   ABV: 6%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Sidra natural vasca de Astigarraga de edición Gourmet elaborada a partir de una selección especial de manzanas vascas que ofrecen al producto unos rasgos muy característicos en boca con un gusto profundo y agradable.

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3.5
AndySnow (8163) - Huddinge, SWEDEN - NOV 29, 2016
How: Bottle.

Where: All in Beer Fest 2016.

Appearance: Golden colour with a minimal head.

Aroma: Apples, fruit.

Body: Medium body and carbonation.

Flavour: Apples, fruit, some spices.

3.7
Nisse666 (8100) - Göteborg, SWEDEN - NOV 6, 2016
Sample at the All In Beer Fest, poured the Baskian way cons 2016-11-05 Göteborg
AR: rough mash of green & red apples, apple skin, kind of tart
AP: mash of red/green apples, no head
F: rough mash of green apples, apple seeds, apple skin

3.9
Glouglouburp (6103) - Montreal, Quebec, CANADA - OCT 22, 2014
In short: A funky Sidra of superior complexity.

How: Bottle 75cl, consumed fresh a few days after purchase

The look: Cloudy yellow-blonde body with no head to speak of.

To me a typical Sidra is: Funky aroma of medium intensity with many light color fruits in the back (not just apples). Body is medium in size, a texture that is both juicy and doughy and with minimal carbonation. Taste is a lot less apple-forward than a regular cider with apples but also various light color tropical/citrus/exotic fruits. Yeast presence accompanied by a bready sensation. Typical Sidras have a mild sourness and ends with a mild-medium acidic bite. Thirst quenching and also a bit nourishing.

This one: A little more bready (banana bread, pineapple upside-down cake) along with a deeper than average fruitiness. Also a little more carbonated. All-in-all a superior Sidra, one of my favorite. I always thought I love beer more than anything, but then I discovered Sidras and now I’m only 80% certain I’m not actually two midgets pretending to be one person.

3.8
berntholer (1619) - Antwerp, BELGIUM - AUG 14, 2014
ivorywhite head disappears quickly. darkyellow colour. aroma funky, horse, dry old cheese, bit musty. taste like aroma, slight sourish, apple aftertaste bit of balsamico. dry mouthfeel, medium body and .. carbonation! very nice cider. bottle 75cl from sidrasysidras

3.4
andrepintado (3703) - Porto, PORTUGAL - OCT 31, 2013
75cl bottle from sagardodenda. Color is light hazy golden. Carbonation is fizzy. Medium bitter and sour. Aroma is very very spicy, wood, apple and brett. Very very interesting.

3.6
NBird (626) - Perth, West Australia, AUSTRALIA - AUG 19, 2013
Light golden appearance with some sediment in bottle. Smells..slightly musky, medium sour apples. Tastes..medium sour apples, slightly acidic and a little funky. Medium carbonation suits the natural style. Good.

3.3
3fourths (9358) - Boulder, Colorado, USA - JUL 29, 2011
bottle



nose -

must: medium-low

apple: dry, skin, seed, light pulp



flavor -

must: medium-light

apple: fleshy, pulpy, juice-like

bitterness: low

acid: medium-low

other: simple, slightly sweet, juicy


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