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FrogBeer
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Post author: George Clooney
George Clooney
17 days ago
3.7
Un peu trop amer à mon goût

Post author: George Clooney
George Clooney
17 days ago
3.7
Très bonne mais manque de bulle dommage

Post author: George Clooney
George Clooney
17 days ago
3.8
Un classique du Frog

Post author: George Clooney
George Clooney
17 days ago
4.5
Très bonne bière made in Frog

Post author: Maxime
Maxime
@ The Frog & Rosbif
1 month ago
3.4

Post author: MickaSZ
MickaSZ
@ The Frog at Bercy Village
2 months ago
3.9

Post author: Hamster09
Hamster09
@ The Frog & Rosbif
5 months ago
3.0

Post author: WexiLahti
WexiLahti
@ The Frog Revolution
5 months ago
4.0
The food was so salty that I can easily drown another beer. A BIPA for a change. The beer is lucid but the dark mahogany color tries its best to disguise it. The beer suffers from excessive effervescence, loads of froth must be poured out of the glass to keep it in control. Once a manageable head is formed, it's light sand-hued and very thick moussy. The retention is astonishingly long. The foamy lid prevents me from enjoying any olfactory nuances. A marginal roasty hint manages to escape from the jail. The taste gives several flavors: roasted malt, faint licorice, a bit of wood, raw cacao powder, pine resin and grapefruit peel. A classical package again. The body is incredibly velvety and full. Like a nitro version. Very enjoyable. The end is, also here, very similar to upfront. So don't create, be sedate, be a vegetable at home; and thwack on that aftertaste. The mouthfeel is full, velvety, smooth, roasty, crisp and medium-piney. It's also effervescent on the negative side. Adorable though.

Post author: WexiLahti
WexiLahti
@ The Frog Revolution
5 months ago
3.9
Happy Drink Beer Day! This special day is always celebrated on 28 September, a few days after the birthday of Arthur Guinness, the founder of the famed Guinness Brewery in Dublin. Why exactly on this particular date? Well, I don't know. Just happens to be there. A good excuse to enjoy a beer (if anybody here needs an excuse to drink beer anyway). 😆🍻 This IPA is dressed in transparent amber. The long-lasting carbonation brings a creamy silky head on the top. One finger is the measure. The retention is, indeed, long as one can conclude. A moussy lacing adorns the surface longer. Ripe fruits and resin find their way to my nose: ripe apricot, some of it dried, pine needles and especially resin. Grapefruit peel and pith should be included in the list, too. The taste identity is characterized by a relatively high IBU number. No question about it. Pine and resin dominate. Bowls of grapefruit peel and pith, some grass as well as mango and dried apricot are also detectable. Old-school as we know it. The body is bigger than I expect: maybe even medium-full. Nice work! The finish is a precise copy of the actual taste. It doesn't matter when, it doesn't matter how; all that matters is I'm together with the aftertaste; let's put it all in place, make it go kapow. The mouthfeel is medium-full, crisp, resinous, piney, dry and drying. Very classical. Like a time warp to the era before NEIPAs and Smooth Sours. Does the job with my blue cheese burger. #DrinkBeerDay