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Nara Laplace by Nara Brewing

by Rob
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Nara Laplace is a 6.5% saison from Nara Brewing, based in Naramachi, in Nara, Japan. It’s part of their draft and canned line up, though its availability at the time of writing is unknown. Nara Laplace uses imported Hallertau Blanc, Mandarina Bavaria, Mosaic, Nelson Sauvin, and Merkur hops, along with Pilsner Malt, Two Row Pale, and Carapils malts.

Nara Laplace

Nara Laplace Aroma and Taste

Nara Laplace poured out a slight hazy light golden straw colour with a plump white head on top that clung to the side of the glass. The aroma was one of first phenols from the yeast, a light sour twang to it, with some hints of white wine coming off Nara Laplace as well. Once Nara Laplace had warmed up, there was also a slight pepperiness to the aroma, along with what could be described as a light tropical dusting of mango.

The body was dry and crisp from the get go, with the phenols lingering from the first sip to the last. Nara Laplace had a surprising slightly bitter edge to it though nothing as potent as an IPA but it was noticeable. The hops brought a light white wine and mango flavour to the beer which were well balanced. There was a slight peppery cracker flavour to Nara Laplace once has warmed up. All of the flavours were well balanced and tasty, with none of the dominating over anything else.


Nara Laplace The Bottom Line

Nara Laplace is a cracking little twist on a saison. Well worthy of a purchase.

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