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La Splash 5.0%, Brasserie du Mât, Switzerland
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3.2
La Splash
5.0% Golden Ale / Blond Ale

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Post author: Hamster09
Hamster09
@ Tom Beers
3 months ago
La Splash, Switzerland
3.7

Post author: Christopher O
Christopher O
@ Tom Beers
4 months ago
La Splash, Switzerland
3.8

Post author: Binchologue
Binchologue
1 year ago
3.6
Blonde Genevoise tres agréable à boire pres du jet d eau !

Post author: WexiLahti
WexiLahti
@ Au Coin Mousse (CLOSED PERMANENTLY)
2 years ago
La Splash, Switzerland
2.3
Evening flight. Not ✈️ but 🍺🍺🍺🍺 😁 Beer 1/4. Translucent gold beer with a clean white, silky head that climbs one finger high. Fairly long retention guarantees a cute lace ring on the sides. The nose experiences faint nuances of cereal, grainy bread and lemon zest. The tongue tries to get hold of grainy bread, lemon pith and wheat malt. Wheat...? Whatever. Unfortunately, the flavors are truly vague and the body is skinny. The finish gives lemon with a bready twist but it turns a blanco page right away. The mouthfeel is watery, fresh, summery and undoubtedly characterless. Ticked and forgotten. (Oh, sh*t. I've had this before, didn't check. Looks like the experience is considerably less inviting this time...)

Post author: WexiLahti
WexiLahti
@ Drinks of the World, Geneva
6 years ago
La Splash, Switzerland
3.5
Muddy, dirty orange beer with a white, soapy head that rises up to one finger and settles quickly down to a still soapy lace ring although at a much more modest level. The nose experiences very fruity citrusy aromas: watery orange and bitter orange, mixed with a tad grapefruit, grated grapefruit peel and faint pomelo. A distant perfumy twist lingers in the background. The tongue receives quite strong, relatively sharp bitter citrus, particularly coarse lemon peel that is topped up by fresh spruce twigs and bags of grass. The palate is really harsh and crisp, the somewhat coniferous and grassy taste dries the mouth and makes one crave for water. The medium-bodied beer finishes with a significantly harsh, husky, mouth-drying citrus peel, a spoonful of dry spruce needles and a drop of resin. The aftertaste rolls on tongue for quite some time. The mouthfeel is husky, both dry and mouth-drying as well as substantially crisp. It's also somewhat tart, relatively coniferous and spritzy. Rather demanding overall.