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S&A BREWING
13 ratings
S&A BREWING
Switzerland

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Post author: Decrausaz L.
Decrausaz L.
@ Qbeer
1 year ago
4.2
Bière noire, mousse crémeuse et houblons très présents. Au nez, on sent des notes torréfiées, caramélisées et épicées. Sous le palais, la bière est douce et forte. L’alcool est fort, l’acidité légère et l’amertume moyenne . Le café et les notes de caramélisées sont très présentes. On ressent la vanille. Finalement, une excellente bière!

Post author: Decrausaz L.
Decrausaz L.
@ Qbeer
2 years ago
4.3
Bière noire, petite mousse crémeuse et houblons présents. Au nez, on sent des notes de café et de céréales torréfiées. Des notes fumées sont aussi présentes. Sous le palais, la bière est foncée et forte. L’amertume est moyenne à forte, l’acidité légère et l’alcool de fort à très fort. Les notes fumées sont un réel plus. Les notes de café et de céréales grillées sont présentes. Au final, une excellente bière.

Post author: Christian K
Christian K
@ Impasse des Cerisiers, Bellerive VD
2 years ago
4.1
Très belle impérial stout très foncée, avec une mousse persistante et brune. Forte torréfaction tirant sur le café. Une réussite!

Post author: Moria12
Moria12
2 years ago
4.2
Sehr fruchtige Note. Die Mango habe ich nicht gespürt, dafür Grapefruit. Sehr lecker.

Post author: Andy
Andy
2 years ago
4.6
Fruchtig Mild erfrischend Mago

Post author: WexiLahti
WexiLahti
@ Drinks of the World, Geneva
3 years ago
4.2
My last 🇨🇭 beer for a while. Pours semilucid, deep gold. The introvert carbonation sets a creamy head that barely elevates up to one finger. Soon the froth declines to a hair-thin lacing on the surface. Some coverings adorn the glass to the width of five millimeters maximum. The scent is attractively fruity, perfectly smooth and rather tropical: I find bags of mango, cantaloupe, pineapple and nectarine. I can also detect sweet biscuit and a pinch of yellow sultanas. A massive floral nuance emanates to the nostrils, as well. The taste is somewhat more dry-hoppy than the fragrance. My taste receptors receive additionally a generous punch of lemon pulp, lemon peel, grapefruit, raw mango and nectarine, in varying volumes though. Hop burn follows in the immediate proximity. The body is medium to medium-full. The beer ends with dry hops, dry grass and bitter citrus peel. The finish loses all the soft tropical stonefruity elements that used to feature in the actual taste and especially fragrance. The aftertaste keeps the tastebuds smiling for a relatively long time. The mouthfeel is soft, smooth, somewhat dry and mouth-drying. Even though the mouthfeel is also a tad crisp, it's surely very tropical and even a bit warming. Really enjoyable.

Post author: WexiLahti
WexiLahti
@ Drinks of the World, Geneva
3 years ago
3.6
The beer colors translucent, pale amber. It's not common to find a NEDIPA that is not hazy. This is one of the clear ones. The head is a moderate, pure white and tiny-bubbled froth. The glass is decorated by a few horizontal patterns. The scent is fruity: I pick lemon zest, apricot, mango and a touch of orange juice. I can also detect biscuit and a bit of sugar-coated oatmeal. The gustatory profile is decently fruity, relatively juicy and a bit dry-hopped. Lemon pulp, lemon peel, a small dollop of orange juice and raw pineapple constitute the skeleton of the palate. Crackers accompany in the distance and pull the strings apart. The body is light to light-medium. The beer finishes with a reasonable amount of dry hops, raw pineapple, grated lemon peel and a punch of bitter oat flour. The aftertaste keeps the tastebuds active for a long time. The mouthfeel is slightly crisp, a bit dry and flat. It's also juicy but not particularly summery. Also a bit sharp. Not very New Englander but rather a hybrid of East Coast and West Coast.

Post author: WexiLahti
WexiLahti
@ Drinks of the World, Geneva
3 years ago
4.2
The beer colors misty orange with a faint milky hue. The weaker than average carbonation winds quickly up but succeeds in producing an off-white head that looks like frog spawn and barely rises half a centimeter tall. Soon the surface is covered with a hair-thin lacing only. When put against light, I can detect a bunch of minuscule particles floating in the beer: I guess they are grapefruit that is one of the ingredients of this beer. The grapefruit is massive on the nose, too. It's very fruity but not too fresh. The grapefruit is also surprisingly little sour, rather embraced by some sweet zesty orange, peach and mango. The wheat is a bit heavy and slightly musty. The tongue likes the colossal citrusy overkill. Now the grapefruit has gained sourness that it lacked in the fragrance. Orange, peach, mango and perhaps also a whisper of carrot accompany nicely in the close proximity. The wheat malt is bitter and quite musty and mingles with yeast. Although the package lies on the sour side, it also has its sweet milkshakey side as if there were lactose. However, there's no lactose in the beer. The body is light-medium to medium. The aftertaste follows along the same path, at times bitter, at times sour, and occasionally even sweetish. The grapefruit dominates in the finish whereas the sweeter fruit have stepped aside. The duration of the aftertaste rather long. The mouthfeel is surprisingly tropical, light-crisp, slightly tart, somewhat dry as well as a little bit mouth-drying. It's also natural, juicy and undoubtedly very summery, also distantly lip-glueing. The label says this is a "Tropical IPA". It looks and smells like a NEIPA but the gustatory supply takes it quite far away from New England. Very quaffable though.