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Brasserie BlackPig
229 ratings
Brasserie BlackPig
Courroux, Switzerland


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Post author: WexiLahti
WexiLahti
@ Au Coin Mousse
8 days ago
3.2
Beer 3/5. Pours impenetrable, very deep dark brown. A dense, latte-hued lace ring forms on the top. Retention is medium minus. Black malt with a distant burned tang, coffee, raw cocoa powder and a bit of lactose can be spotted in the air. The flavor cocktail lists loads of bitter black coffee, modestly roasted coffee beans, lactose and light-burned malt. The body is light, or slightly bigger, like light plus, whatever it means. The end gets tamed as the arrogant overstayed black coffee retreats at the expense of restrained cocoa powder, roasted malt and lactose. The mouthfeel is light, distantly roasty, medium-dry and lip-glueing. Goes down without any problem but is not exactly my favorite.

Post author: WexiLahti
WexiLahti
@ Au Coin Mousse
8 days ago
4.0
Beer 2/5. Pours limpid, deep amber. A pure white, silky head reaches half a finger's height. Retention is also medium. The nose is even less pronounced than that of beer #1, yet these both are American IPAs. I'm receiving apricot, biscuit, honeydew and faint toffee but in moderation. The taste profile is more straight to the point than beer #1: piney and resinous elements join the fruity apricot, orange peel and lofty biscuit malt. The body clocks medium. Interestingly, this is more robust than the first beer although the ABV is lower. The finish doesn't change that much from upfront, only the piney and resinous flavors reduce a bit but remain certainly present there. The mouthfeel is crisp, a tad husky, piney, dry and drying. Very classical.

Post author: WexiLahti
WexiLahti
@ Au Coin Mousse
8 days ago
3.8
Here I go again 🇨🇭👍🏻 Very long day today, now some quality time! Self-made flight of five. Beer 1/5. Pours lucid amber. A creamy, velvety head falls short of one finger. Retention is medium. The scent is quite fruity and soft: I get apricot, biscuit malt and resin. The gustatory provision contains apricot, sweet biscuit and a good load of malt. Also a suggestion of orange peel. Follows pretty closely what the scent suggests. The body is light-medium. The finish tweaks more in a piney and resinous direction without compromising the evident orange peel and grapefruit either. The mouthfeel is light-medium, first soft and smooth but turns fast crisp and piney. It's dry and drying as well as old-school-ish.

Post author: Seb Braissant
Seb Braissant
24 days ago
3.5
Une bonne bière blonde locale. Peu d'amertume, goût sympathique, passe très bien après le taf.

Post author: Seb Braissant
Seb Braissant
29 days ago
3.0
Pour les fans d'IPA, elle est top. Trop amère à mon goût, mais sinon une bonne binouze

Post author: Thiéfaine T
Thiéfaine T
1 month ago
4.4
J’adore !!!