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ModBeers (Atelier Mod Beers)
4 ratings
ModBeers (Atelier Mod Beers)
Switzerland

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Post author: WexiLahti
WexiLahti
@ L'Open Café by ModBeers
29 days ago
3.2
Another one by ModBeers. The list says Ambrée and the label says American Dark Ale.  😅 Anyway, the appearance shows a murky, deep brown, even sludgy complexion. Whatever the style, it looks... interesting. The carbonation is impotent as the weak tawny head dies fast to nil. Multigrain bread, bitter syrup and generous Vienna malt is what I receive in the air. That's it. The interaction between my tongue and the palate is frictionless, unchallenging. The components include an abundance of Vienna malt, accompanied by a bit of bitter syrup and a modest grassy twist. The body is light-medium. The finish is identical to upfront. No slightest change. The mouthfeel is light-medium, smooth, merely marginally crisp, relatively balanced and again characterless. Nevertheless, delivers what an Ambrée is supposed to.

Post author: WexiLahti
WexiLahti
@ L'Open Café by ModBeers
29 days ago
2.6
My goodness, this place is way out of the city. A bit difficult to navigate here but here I am. Now the signature IPA of this restaurant. Well... doesn't look too attractive: clear, deep amber. I hope it's not oxidized... Anyway, the carbonation behaves well, no excessive gestures. A restrained creamy head emerges up to one finger's level. The scent is all what I was afraid of: malt, graham cracker, overripe fruits like apricot and grapefruit, and an interesting peppery note that combines green pepper and lemon peel. It must be timut pepper that is one of the ingredients of this masterpiece. The flavors are marginally less aggressive but the elements remain the same: Vienna malt, graham cracker, dried apricot, overripe grapefruit, lemon zest and peel as well as truly distant green pepper. Okay, the label talks about "creativity in bottle". Not convinced, yet... The body is light-medium, which surprises me positively. The end is similarly malty, crackery and ripe fruity whereas the peppery twist more or less vanishes at this point. Long duration anyway. The mouthfeel is light-medium, overripe, relatively soft though, smooth and characterless. Well well... tick and forget. At least my turkey file is tasty. These people don't spare oil.  😅

Post author: Roby1965
Roby1965
10 months ago
3.5
Une IPA aux jolies notes fruitées, on retrouve également des notes d'agrumes, l'amertume est agréable et nous laisse une jolie longueur en bouche.