Brasserie des Franches-Montagnes

Cuvée Alex Le Rouge Jurassian Imperial Stout

9.16 ratings
8.72 pro ratings
Switzerland
Top Notes For
Paul Courtright

Warm and spicy, a touch sweet, spices are elegantly balanced.

Warm and spicy, a touch sweet, spices are elegantly balanced.

Nov 28th, 2013
Jeffrey Long

Very interesting and complex light stout. Champagne style carbonation. Velvety chocolate. Added black pepper, vanilla, and tea are all distinctive. A bit on the thin side in terms of mouthfeel though.

Very interesting and complex light stout. Champagne style carbonation. Velvety chocolate. Added black pepper, vanilla, and tea are all distinctive. A bit on the thin side in terms of mouthfeel though.

Feb 15th, 2016
alewifery

Holy mole! I have never really found an imperial stout that I loved until this little guy. It's sourish too and spicy and lighter bodied than I had expected.

Holy mole! I have never really found an imperial stout that I loved until this little guy. It's sourish too and spicy and lighter bodied than I had expected.

Jun 19th, 2015
Samuel Danthine

Swiss dessert: dark chocolate, hint of coffee, very bubbly (for a stout), maybe some peppery after after taste.

Swiss dessert: dark chocolate, hint of coffee, very bubbly (for a stout), maybe some peppery after after taste.

Oct 16th, 2014
Christian Stachel

Christian had this 4 years ago

Christian had this 4 years ago

Dec 5th, 2016
Mackenzie

Mackenzie had this 3 years ago

Mackenzie had this 3 years ago

Dec 30th, 2017