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The Catchment Brewing Co.
4 ratings
The Catchment Brewing Co.
Australia

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Post author: WexiLahti
WexiLahti
@ The Catchment Brewing Co.
4 years ago
3.3
Flight 4/4. Muddy, red-brown raisin-hued beer with restrained, regular-duration carbonation frees a latte-colored, creamy head that adorns the top as soft cotton lace ring for long. The fragrance is truly thin, putting forward raisin, sweet brown bread and sweet malt biscuit. The tongue receives a bit crisp caramel malt, accompanied by raisin, semisweet brown bread and malt biscuit. I also find a good amount of grapefruit peel. The body is light-medium. The beer ends with grapefruit, lemon peel, caramel malt and fermented raisin. The aftertaste rolls on tongue for some time. The mouthfeel is rather crisp, distantly sharp, faintly liqueur-like and a little bit earthy.

Post author: WexiLahti
WexiLahti
@ The Catchment Brewing Co.
4 years ago
4.0
Flight 3/4. Semihazy, deep orange mahogany beer with reasonable, short-lived carbonation builds an off-white, velvety head that dissolves soon to a decent lace ring on the surface. The nose gets easily recognizeable whiskey with an oaky nuance. I also receive a decent injection of caramel and faint toffee in the scent. The taste is quite easy as what the aroma of whiskey would have suggested. Whiskey is present but mild and relatively soft. Caramel malt, a bit of fermented raisin and sweet biscuit can also be detected. The mouthfeel is somewhat lip-glueing, slightly sticky, a bit oaky and woody, still quite soft and smooth. It's also young.

Post author: WexiLahti
WexiLahti
@ The Catchment Brewing Co.
4 years ago
1.8
Flight 2/4. Turbid, deep yellow beer with effervescent, sustained carbonation unlocks a snow-white, soft fluffy head that decorates the top as soft cotton lacing throughout the entire drink. The olfactory provision hits the nostrils first with an odd punch: wet unclean clothes. The scent is rather dominant and penetrative, but slowly behind it, I get a pinch of lemon peel and a subdued perfumy hint. The taste receptors get also a somewhat soapy, perfumy aroma. Strange! I can also detect a tad lemon peel, much more distant lemon pulp, a drop of squeezed passionfruit and significantly remote pineapple. The light-bodied beer finishes with somewhat edgy, a little perfumy aroma that gains more natural elements from lemon peel and a drop of sour passionfruit. The aftertaste lingers in mouth for a rather long time. The mouthfeel is light, soapy, perfumy and light-tart. Overall, this brew is awkward and somewhat unpleasant.

Post author: WexiLahti
WexiLahti
@ The Catchment Brewing Co.
4 years ago
3.5
Flight 1/4. Opaque, black beer with timid, short-lived carbonation creates a beige, cotton head that lingers as a cute lace ring on top for significantly long. The scent portrays a tad licorice and a faint note of coffee. The palate is more coffeeish than licoriceish, a bit of sharp roasty aroma lingers behind. The light-medium-bodied beer ends with mild licorice and light-roasted coffee beans. The aftertaste has medium duration. The mouthfeel is a bit burned, distantly tangy and somewhat lightish.