This time we have Page 24, believe Brasserie st germain would cover the other bases, standing at 5.9%
A la rhubarbe being the operative words, though the immediate smell was yeast, a smack of yeast before the rhubarb aroma starts to be realised. will also admit that this isnt the colour that I thought it would be, much paler.
The taste certainly isn’t amazing, it is clean easy drink until the aftertaste kicks in. It hangs around your mouth and not in a good way, the clinginess makes me not look forward to the next aftertaste. It’s not anywhere near as tarte as I expected either, the rhubarb takes a back seat after a while, not a memorable beer at all for myself.