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PRODUCT TAGS Producer:Brewdog Region: Country:Scotland Variety:Beer Vintage:
Brewdog 5am Saint 330ml
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  5 A.M. Saint pours out of the bottle a translucent dark, reddish amber with a creamy off-white head. The aroma has a nice mix of malt and hop aromas, specifically caramel, toffee, pine, grapefruit, toast, pineapple, white grape, mango, lavender and biscuit. This is a medium-light bodied ale, with a smooth mouthfeel except for a touch of carbonation on the finish. On the front end, I get flavors of toffee and toasted whole grain bread, along with touches of grapefruit zest, apricot and papaya. The finish has a slight woody, minty bitterness to it with tastes of grapefruit, orange, lemon rind, pineapple and a sticky touch of toffee. The aftertaste has notes of peach, white grape, apricot, caramel, pineapple, biscuit, pine and freshly grate citrus zest. As you drink, the toast flavors begin to pick up in the aftertaste.
    BrewDog was right when they called this the “Holy Grail of red ales.” 5 A.M. is probably the best amber or red ale I have ever had. The dry hopping they used for this beer really adds a ton of great fruity flavors, but the strong malt presence (with the toffee, caramel, toast and biscuit notes) provides good balance and keeps those hop flavors from having any of the aggressive, harsh “hoppy” qualities that turn some people off from American style IPAs. This beer has a ton of flavor, especially for the alcohol content
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It's a deep ruby red with a huge head that has a hint of yellow in it. The aromas are huge, Citrus zest, deep rich malt and a hint of sugar. The flavours are even bigger, it's smooth in the mouth but then the Nelson Sauvin hops batter and bombard your tongue left, right and centre. There's a buttery biscuity sweetness in there amongst the citrusy hops then there's a sharp bitterness that lasts ages and makes your tongue tingle, It's one of those beers that leaves you wondering if you will be able to taste your next drink.
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