Lepers L'Angelus de Printemps

Lepers L'Angelus de Printemps

Rated 3.100 by BeerPals
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Brewed by Brasserie Lepers

La Chapelle d'Armentières, Nord, France

Style:  Biere de Garde

5.5% Alcohol by Volume

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" Le temps d'un printemps ", spécialement élaboré en hiver, le " brassin " de printemps dégage des arômes frais et doux, il est plus léger, plus fin en goût. " Spring has sprung ", created specially during the winter months, the Spring brew has sweet and fresh aromas. It is low on alcohol but elegant on taste. Contient : Gluten, Malt d'Orge. Disponible en bouteilles 75 cl et fûts 5 l, 20 l et 30 l.

ID: 52954 Last updated 10 years ago Added to database 10 years ago

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Overall Rank34533
Overall Percentile35.4
Style Rank156 of 210
Style Percentile25.7
Lowest Score3.4
Highest Score3.4
Average Score3.400
Weighted Score3.100
Standard Deviation0.000

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  • JNE5HUSG 1814 reviews
    rated 3.4 10 years ago

    Aroma: 10 | Appearance: 7 | Mouthfeel: 6 | Flavor: 6 | Overall: 5

    750 ml corked and caged bottle. Poured in the original L'Angelus snifter an unfiltered and hazy orange-brown coloured BdG with a one finger beige foamy head that had a long retention and tons of micro bubbles. Soft carbonation. Poor lacing. The aroma is caramel malts, fruity, apples, strong pineapples and a touch of barnyard. The flavour is caramel malts, brown sugar, fruity, apples, pineapples and an unexpected and quite unpleasant acidity. The mouthfeel is crispy, sparkling and prickly. The texture is watery. This to medium bodied BdG has a dry prickly and malty finish. A not easy drinkable BdG, the unpleasant acidity leads to a rejecting feeling which is difficult to overcome.

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