Civale Mayno

Civale Mayno

Rated 3.325 by BeerPals
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Brewed by Birrificio Civale Srl

Spinetta Marengo (AL), Italy

Style:  Dry Stout

5.3% Alcohol by Volume

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Dry Stout dark beer style. Impenetrable blackstrong abundant foamstrong the hazelstrong end fitting. The dominant aroma is toasted aromas donated by specialty malts, with hints of coffee and toffee. In the mouth it is medium bodied with a sweet-sour balance. It is the feelings behind the lines of coffee and cocoa as well as a nice and fine herbaceous note. Final delicately dry.

ID: 45899 Last updated 10 years ago Added to database 10 years ago

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Overall Rank8855
Overall Percentile81.4
Style Rank96 of 325
Style Percentile70.5
Lowest Score4.3
Highest Score4.3
Average Score4.300
Weighted Score3.325
Standard Deviation0.000

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  • JNE5HUSG 1814 reviews
    rated 4.3 10 years ago

    Aroma: 10 | Appearance: 8 | Mouthfeel: 8 | Flavor: 9 | Overall: 8

    750 ml capped bottle bought at the brewery. Poured in the original Civale glass an unfiltered opaque and black ( nera ) coloured Stout with a two fingers tan creamy foamy head that had a very long retention and tons of micro bubbles. Low carbonation. Good lacing. The aroma is strong roasted malts, strong roasted coffee beans, fruity, riped raisins and spicy, licorice. The flavour is rich, a morning black coffee mug, a solid hoppy bitterness, spicy, black pepper and licorice, toasted bread and dried fruits, walnuts. The mouthfeel is crispy, thick and a bit oily. This medium bodied Stout has a lingering coffee finish. A very interesting and tasting Italian interpretation of the style.

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