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Post author: WexiLahti
WexiLahti
@ Brasserie du Molard
3 days ago
2.3
Brasserie du Molard. One of the very few brewpubs in this city. Their regular selection contains three of their own beers. Now, after a long time, they have created something new: an IPA. The beer looks semicloudy, deep amber. The carbonation is astonishingly long-lasting, it keeps pushing chains of tiny bubbles from the bottom upward. A truly fluffy head decorates the surface up to the level of two fingers albeit the level declines to half a finger soon. It remains as a creamy wavy lacing for astonishingly long. A bit of caramel malt in the air, with a piney rasp, doughy wort and a hint of apricot. A floral meadowy undertone lingers throughout. The gustatory triumph portrays bitter caramel malt, resin, pine needle, dried apricot and orange peel. Interestingly fruity and crisp at the same time. The body is medium to medium-full. The end is slightly more resinous and piney than upfront although the fruity flavors don't really disappear anywhere. The mouthfeel is medium-full, light-crisp, moderately dry and somewhat drying. It's also soft and smooth as well as... worty. Like unfinished... This would be reasonable, were it an Ambrée, but as an IPA... Well. Nope.

Post author: Christopher O
Christopher O
@ Brasserie du Molard
9 months ago
4.5

Post author: Christopher O
Christopher O
@ Brasserie du Molard
9 months ago
4.5

Post author: tja
tja
3 years ago
1.5
Nojaa, luonnetta puuttuu.

Post author: WexiLahti
WexiLahti
@ Brasserie du Molard
5 years ago
2.6
Le plateau dégustation 3/3. Semiclear, pale gold beer with fizzy, quick carbonation builds a cloud-white, velvety head that barely elevates up to half a finger's height. The head melts soon to a hair-thin lacing on top. The contracting foamy lid marks the glass with a few minuscule splashes only. The olfactory provision is subdued: I find distinct lemon juice and a tiny pinch of pale malt. The tongue receives a generous pour of lemon zest with an identifiable malty touch. The hops are quite introvert. The light-bodied beer finishes with a good punch of standard pale malt and a tad lemon pulp, accompanied by a little injection of lemon peel. The aftertaste is quick but still the longest of all the three. The mouthfeel is light, a wee bit bulky and fresh. It's also clean and balanced, very easy and gluggable.

Post author: WexiLahti
WexiLahti
@ Brasserie du Molard
5 years ago
2.5
Le plateau dégustation 2/3. Unfortunately, this beer came with a slice of lemon, which surely distorts the tasting massively.  😞 The beer colors hazy, yellow. The reasonable, hasty carbonation releases a pure white, silky head that climbs up to one finger. The foamy cap dissolves rushedly to a frazil-icy lacing wafting on the surface. The withdrawing foam leaves multiple small downpouring traces on the glass. As I anticipated, the scent is truly fruity lemony, almost lemonade-like. I can solely pick a shy whisper of wheat malt in the background. The palate is citrusy, of course. I find loads of lemon pulp and a smaller injection of zesty grapefruit. I fail to receive anything else. The body is quite light. The beer ends with bags of both lemon zest and peel. The aftertaste vanishes rapidly from the tastebuds' reach. The mouthfeel is thin, very summery and refreshing. I may, however, be fooled by the lemon slice. It's also extraordinarily juicy and easy, even appealing. Nevertheless, 0.5 stars reduction because of the lemon slice.

Post author: WexiLahti
WexiLahti
@ Brasserie du Molard
5 years ago
2.9
Le plateau dégustation 1/3. Turbid, light brown raisin-colored beer with decent, short-lived carbonation creates a creamy, off-white head that reaches one finger. The foamy pillow shrinks soon to a neat lacing on top. The retreating foam marks the glass with a few tiny spots on the wall of the glass. The fragrance is interestingly candy-like: relatively hefty toffee and caramel fudge. I can also detect some baked roll and sweet biscuit dough, followed by raisin. The taste is watery but follows by and large the suit: the caramel has gained a bit of bitterness around it. The biscuit is now rather multigrain bread. The raisin is still recognizeable. The body is skinny. The beer finishes with the same elements, even the degree of mild bitterness is unchanged. The aftertaste rushes away. The mouthfeel is watery, slightly lip-glueing but also very distantly crisp, however it's simultaneously soft and creamy. Decent but doesn't leave an engram.