- My Rating: B+
Brùton Momus (Bruton Momus) – Birrificio Brùton, 10% ABV – 330ml., (Lucca, Italy)
on the back label:
“Amber coloured beer produced with high fermentation and with natural procedures at Brùton brewery. Our beer is not filtered, no pasteurized, it does not contain preservatives and refermentation in the bottle makes the beer, if stored in a fresh place and protected from light, acquire complexity and become more harmonic with time.”
- Style: (Italian) Dubbel
- Taste: Brown sugar cocoa malty light coffee bittersweet
- Where I got it : Brewery Creek
How much: $6 (after 10% off) – 330ml., January 2013
- Do I love this enough to drink it again: no
- Would I recommend this to beer aficionados: yes
Visual: A label with a man with a tan face with a brown background; The colour scheme matches the colour of beer well. It pours cloudy amber brown with virtually no head, a very thin layer of micro CO2 retention, some lacing, some barely visible slow and steady streams.
Nose: medium sweet brown sugar malts with some caramel and chocolate; good aroma. (lvl-7)-pungency
Attack: crisp, incoming malts
Mid-palate: (lvl-7)-malty sweetness, (MAIN) caramel malts, brown sugar, cocoa, fig
Finish: cola/molasses, light burpy, light roasted coffee bitter malty sweet, mildly metallic finish.
Summary: Super duper smooth; practically finished the whole bottle sipping and reviewing.