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La Mandragore
Style: Dark Swiss Ale
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A strong, dark mild ale brewed with spelt and smoked malt from Bamberg.

La Mandragore is named after the plant Mandragora officinarum (Mandrake). During the Middle Ages this plant had been associated with superstitious practices. Witches considered it a magical plant that grows best under the care of suicidal people.

This beer is best enjoyed lazing about in your pajamas (or should we say “a perfect fireside brew” to keep the PC brigade happy ?), and is a perfect match for many ripened soft cheeses, or enjoy it with some high cocoa contents chocolate !” {By Jerome Rebetez/BFM}

Tasting Notes

“It’s a jet black delight with a very tight beige head.

Its discreet nose musters torrefied notes, along with fresh ground pepper (from the goldings hops), and smoky, almost meaty touches.

On the palate, its creamy roundness distinguishes it from conventional stouts, as light fresh note brings vigour

the very long licorice-like finish kicks in with its subdued bitterness.

Alc./Vol.: 8.0 %

Version: Type: Size: UPC/EAN:
Keg 1 * 5.3 gal. Keg
Keg 1 * 7.9 gal. Keg
Firkin 1 * 10.6 gal. Keg
Wooden cask Wooden Cask 30l New 1 * 7.9 gal. Keg
Picture: La Mandragore bottle label
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