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L'Ambrée Double Malt 6.6%, Les Brasseurs, Switzerland
11 ratings
3.0
L'Ambrée Double Malt
6.6% Belgian Ale

Reviews

Post author: Christopher O
Christopher O
@ Les Brasseurs
9 months ago
L'Ambrée Double Malt, Switzerland
4.2

Post author: Petri V
Petri V
@ Les Brasseurs - Genève
11 months ago
3.5

Post author: Melvin B
Melvin B
@ Beer O' Clock
1 year ago
L'Ambrée Double Malt, Switzerland
2.0
C’est pas la bonne bière je crois mais c’était la même chose et dommage pas mon style pas très fan

Post author: Léandre
Léandre
@ Les Brasseurs - Lausanne
2 years ago
L'Ambrée Double Malt, Switzerland
2.2
Elle a le gout de flotte. C’est pas a son avantage

Post author: Hysmun
Hysmun
@ Les Brasseurs - Lausanne
3 years ago
L'Ambrée Double Malt, Switzerland
3.5
Bon goût et un peu de nez, pas trop d'arreire mais se laisse bien boire

Post author: Paul V
Paul V
@ Les Brasseurs - Genève
3 years ago
1.3
Sucrée…

Post author: Matteoj
Matteoj
4 years ago
2.6

Post author: Pat-Walt
Pat-Walt
4 years ago
3.7

Post author: Anai08
Anai08
6 years ago
4.0

Post author: WexiLahti
WexiLahti
@ Les Brasseurs - Genève
6 years ago
L'Ambrée Double Malt, Switzerland
3.0
La palette de dégustation 3/5. Semiclear, deep copper beer with a decent, standard white, velvety head that descends to a thin lace ring which lingers for somewhat longer. The nose gets only very restrained caramel malt and medium-sweet biscuit. The tongue is delighted for the slightly bitter malt with a faint caramelly twist, seasoned by a bit of maltose and followed by medium-sweet bread. The light-bodied beer ends with slightly bitter malt, a whisper of caramel and grainy bread. The aftertaste has a medium duration. The mouthfeel is slightly crisp, unfortunately also a bit bulky, yet reasonably strong. Overall, this is a decent, quaffable brew.