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4 ratings
Virage Black IPA Amarillo
6.5% Black IPA / Cascadian Dark Ale

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Post author: Looping
@ Impasse des Cerisiers, Bellerive VD
3 years ago
Bonne black IPA, Vic Secret et Amarillo, assez carbonique

Post author: Christian K
Christian K
@ Impasse des Cerisiers, Bellerive VD
3 years ago
IPA avec une belle robe noire liée à une torréfaction forte. Amertume offerte par du Vic Secret et de l’Amarillo.

Post author: WexiLahti
@ Drinks of the World, Geneva
4 years ago
The beer colors murky, black. The moderate, fast carbonation unlocks a densely packed, light fawn head that exceeds one finger and floats down to a thin lacing on top. Unlike what the black color might suggest, the olfactory supply is astonishingly fresh fruity: bitter orange peel, a good amount of zesty grapefruit and lemon pulp, seasoned by a bit of pineapple and faint carambola. The palate displays hefty citrus, particularly loads of grapefruit juice and lemon zest, accompanied by bitter orange peel, fresh hops and a faint piney nuance. The body is light-medium to medium. The beer finishes with bitter, coarse grapefruit peel, a dollop of grapefruit zest, some unfruity lemon peel and a tiny pinch of spruce needles. The aftertaste lingers in mouth for a rather long time. The mouthfeel is medium-crisp, summery and somewhat mouth-drying.