13 Jun 2011 - 11:36:38 AM
While on our way to Vals, Greg, Alice, and I stopped in Flims for dinner at Surselva Bräu, a nice-looking brewpub. I had a big ol' salad and small glasses of the two beers they had on tap. Their other two beers were available only in bottles. All of them were 4.9%, conveniently enough.
- Marenghin Extra-Herb - seasonal summer beer - Crisp, lager-y, good hoppiness, good effervescence. Very refreshing.
- Marenghin - Well-made, light, bready, slightly hoppy. Goes right down, but not too interesting.
- Blutzcher - Amber color, but very light on the tongue. A bit watery. Malty, but not sweet. Not as hoppy as Marenghin.
- Rensch - wheat beer - Had strong green olive aroma and flavor -- bad batch, maybe? Needed a big wedge of lemon to make it drinkable. Disappointing.
Two beers on tap at Surselva Bräu -- Flims, Switzerland
Surselva had all sorts of different beer glasses for sale, but after a few minutes of perusing the varieties and sizes I think I picked the best one.