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Brasserie La Banne
France

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Post author: AtomicDucks
AtomicDucks
@ Microbrasserie La Banne
13 days ago
3.3
330ml brown glass, crown cap; pours a hazy dark brown to black, light tan head to start with, but disappears quickly, looser bubbles; on the nose medium roasted malt, chocolate notes and coffee grounds, smells absolutely divine – rich and indulgent chocolate and coffee; in the mouth smooth and indulgent, slightly tart undertones build a beautiful structure to the malty sweetness and dry coffee and chocolate roasted character; overall a well-executed bottle conditioned oatmeal stout – its tart, its rich in malt notes and its bloody indulgent! One of my top 3 stouts of the year I would say, it is THAT good!

Post author: AtomicDucks
AtomicDucks
@ Microbrasserie La Banne
13 days ago
3.2
330ml brown glass, crown cap; pours a hazy dark pink to red, white head, looser bubbles; on the nose fruit forward: oodles of super ripe and juicy sour cherries, followed by a citrusy note, lemon perhaps, and dark sweet morello cherries; in the mouth fresh juicy and full of cherries, a critic tartness underlines the overall beer, but equally brings the cherry notes out beautifully – this beer literally does what it says on the tin!; overall a refreshingly juicy beer, which balances sweetness with sourness extremely well. And man, the colour is just beautiful!!

Post author: AtomicDucks
AtomicDucks
@ Microbrasserie La Banne
13 days ago
3.3
330ml brown glass, crown cap; pours a hazy bright pink, white head, looser bubbles, slight rose tint to the head; on the nose fresh, fruity and raspberries!, hints of stone fruits and the ghosts of red currant, pear drops; in the mouth refreshingly fruity, oodles of ripe raspberries , gentle and soft carbonation, well balanced sweetness with dry and acidic freshness; hints of astringency in the finish, but very subtle; overall this screams of real ripe raspberries – this is what a raspberry beer should look, taste and smell like! Try it if you can

Post author: AtomicDucks
AtomicDucks
@ Microbrasserie La Banne
13 days ago
2.9
330ml brown glass, crown cap; pours a hazy bright straw with red highlights (hinting at copper), white head, looser bubbles, lacing present; on the nose ripe mango and stone fruit, hinting towards peach, herbal character shining through, almost medicinal, but not in a bad way more comforting, boozy notes; in the mouth mango and maybe banana, gentle bottle conditioned carbonation leaves a velvety mouthfeel, sweet melon notes and papaya, slight tartness in the finish; overall a lovely beer reminding of a Belgian Blonde – exotic hot notes, bitter grapefruit pith and smooth papaya all in a beautifully boozy body! Gimme more

Post author: AtomicDucks
AtomicDucks
@ Microbrasserie La Banne
13 days ago
3.0
330ml brown glass, crown cap; pours a hazy bright straw – it almost glows from the inside out! white head, looser bubbles, lacing present; on the nose HOPS!!!, yeah, definitely hop-forward, vegetal green and lush, full of citrus notes (think grapefruit, lime and orange) as well as more exotic notes of watermelon and lychee; in the mouth dry and tart, citrus flavours, followed by a satisfying bitterness, and an almost creamy finish, light to medium body and bottle conditioned carbonation overall a great beer for a fellow hophead – tart, green, hazy and satisfying – what more can I say?!

Post author: AtomicDucks
AtomicDucks
@ Microbrasserie La Banne
13 days ago
3.3
330ml brown glass, crown cap; pours a hazy medium to dark amber to hazelnut brown, dense light tan head (smaller bubbles – mousse-like), lacing present; on the nose malt-forward, sweet honey like aroma, hinting at floral caramel, possible honeycomb and toffee, biscuity; in the mouth initially tart and sour, but quickly moving to a warming and sweet butterscotch character, hints of grainy maltiness linger reminding of multigrain crackers; medium body with a gentle light mouthfeel; overall this is an amazing Ambrée that hides it hight ABV rather too well.

Post author: Ana Nood
Ana Nood
1 month ago
3.5
Bière subtile, peu sucrée le côté acidulé peut surprendre mais laisse place au bon goût du fruit.

Post author: Alexis
Alexis
3 months ago
3.2
Robe rouge trouble. Forte odeur de framboise. Goût prononcé de framboise et acidité et amertume qui se valent. Bonne, mais je trouve qu'elle manque un peu de profondeur : elle reste peu en bouche.