Thursday, 25 May 2017

Portugal Craft Beer Review: Matine from Dois Corvos

Portugal Craft Beer Review: Matine from Dois Corvos
Welcome to the Shed. I am even-star and this is The Beer in Review. Today's Portugal craft beer review is for Matine from Dois Corvos.

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Matiné Session IPA from Dois Corvos is a cloudy amber ale. Very light citrus aromas and strong guava scent. Up front very fruity guava flavour. Nearly sour in character but fairly bitter greeness. Almost overwhelmingly so. Fairly fresh with little of the sweet after taste you sometimes get with these new IPAs. There is some maltyness there as well. A lot of carbonation.

And this is the last beer in my wonderful Portuguese craft beer adventure. If you want to see what other craft beers I got to try, how Portuguese craft beer is having a moment, and tips on finding it then check out the posts below. The brewery name is on the left and the link to the post is on the right.

VadiaRubi
FaustinoMaldita Porter
Opo 74Gyroscope
Mean SardineAmura
Oitave ColinaUrraca Vendaval
LX Black Rye IPA

I brought a few home with me as well and will try to do a video review of one of them. Check out my latest video here:


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