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Brasserie et Malterie Du Pêcheur
Brasserie Fischer d'Alsace
Last updated: December 2, 1997
7, route de Bischwiller
The Pêcheur group includes the Fischer, Adelshoffen, and Gruber breweries in the Strasbourg-Schiltigheim area.
My Opinion Of The Beers That I've Tried:
12.0 points overall
Adelscott Malt Liquor (bottled)
Style 8 - Scottish Ale
- 13.5 points - Beer #18-1409, Kamuela Liquor Store, Kamuela HI, April 29, 1996
Amber, moderate carbonation, good head. Interesting mix of peat and mercaptans. Fairly thick and very smoky. Sweet smoke finish. "Brewed With Peat-Smoked Malt...best before 01/96."
Style 4 - Mild / Brown Ale
- 10 points - Beer #18-1384, Kamuela Liquor Store, Kamuela HI, April 22, 1996
Amber, high carbonation, low head. Big mercaptan odor! Bit of malt behind that. Caramel malt, high carbonation. Some bitterness late, along with some astringency.
Style 13 - German Dark Lager
- 12.5 points - Beer #18-1371, Kamuela Liquor Store, Kamuela HI, April 16, 1996
Gusher! Mad dash to the sink! Golden, hint of amber, fairly high carbonation, big white head. Vegetal hop aroma. Malty, with moderate hop flavor. Actually not a bad balance, with a mild bitter finish. Some astringency. Jackson's Beer Companion says: "...the notion of calling a relatively hoppy lager a bitter has cropped up in Alsace, France..."
La Belle Strasbourgeoise (bottled)
Style 14 - German Light Lager
- 11.5 points - Beer #19-1534, Kamuela HI, at home, June 30, 1996
Golden, low carbonation, OK head. Mercaptan and malt aroma. Sweet. Bitter around the edges. Thanks to Linda Armour of The Inner Label for the beer!
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