Bise Noire – Trois Dames (Switzerland)

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Bise Noire – Trois Dames, 7.2% ABV, 33cl., (Sainte-Croix, Switzerland)

ratebeer’s definition of Foreign Stout:

“Foreign Stout began with the beer that would become Guinness Foreign Extra Stout. This was a stronger, extra-hopped version of the basic Guinness Extra Stout, brewed to survive long journeys overseas. The classic FES still exists in a few different forms, but many of the original destination countries (Jamaica, Sri Lanka, etc.) now have their own, locally-produced versions. Foreign stout occupies a position between basic stout and imperial stout. It is sweeter than a basic stout, but not as robust as an imperial. It is less fruity and less hoppy as well. Foreign stouts are sometimes made with local grains and adjuncts – sugar is not uncommon. Alcohol ranges from 6-8%.”

  • Style: Foreign Stout
  • Taste: Light roasted bitter malt…

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