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Sea Legs Brewing Co.
5 ratings
Sea Legs Brewing Co.
Australia

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Post author: Druncan
Druncan
3 years ago
2.0

Post author: WexiLahti
WexiLahti
@ Sea Legs Brewing Co.
4 years ago
3.8
Transparent, deep amber beer with abundant, sustained carbonation builds a one-finger, off-white, velvety head that descends gradually to a thin lacing and stronger lace ring on top. The soft nuances of zesty grapefruit, grated lemon peel, faint pineapple and a tiny pinch of cantaloupe emanate to the nostrils. The palate is less soft than what the fragrance would suggest. Hoppiness is rather hefty and somewhat piney. I find bags of grapefruit pulp and heaps of lemon peel, accompanied by a pinch of spruce needles, distant resin, a good amount of grass and a strong grainy nuance. The body is medium. The beer ends with somewhat stingy fruity hops, bitter lemon peel and unfresh grapefruit. The aftertaste kicks the taste receptors' asses for quite some time. The mouthfeel is strong, tangy and rather crisp. It's also a bit coniferous and slightly lip-glueing. Relatively old-school.

Post author: WexiLahti
WexiLahti
@ Sea Legs Brewing Co.
4 years ago
4.0
Opaque, pitch black beer with restrained, short-lived carbonation releases a fawn, mousse-like head that climbs up to one finger. The foamy pillow loses air truly sluggishly, descends gradually to a whipped-creamy layer and clings tightly onto the side of the glass with thick creamy paintings. The scent is attractive: loads of milk chocolate and soft cream, accompanied by identifiable lactose and a faint note of sweet licorice. The tongue receives hefty sweet licorice, a tad bitter cough syrup, some raw chocolate and a small dollop of mocha. The body is medium-full. The beer finishes with bitter licorice and a strong medicinal nuance, licorice root and a tad bitter, tangy mocha. The aftertaste rolls on tongue for a substantially long time. The mouthfeel is strong, a bit sappy, somewhat tangy and relatively full. It's also rather creamy, a tad oily and reasonably round.