Trekhgorny Cherry Ale is far from new. It has been on sale in chains since at least autumn. But I never got around to buying it. I finally got the chance.
In principle, most cherry beers are very similar to each other and not very interesting to try. The only difference is the sweetness, the “chemistry” of the taste and the presence of “cherry bone”. And the alcohol content of course. Three-mountain Cherry Ale differs from the brethren not only in container (bottle 0.75 liters), but also a small strength – only 3.5% alcohol. Obviously, the beer is designed for a nice serving as a light aperitif and is best served in hot weather. In this way it reminded me of Liefmans Fruitesse, which is served in glasses without a foot and with ice (its alcohol content is also small – 3.8%). Pleasantly refreshing stuff!
Trekhgornoe Cherry Ale (Russia, Moscow region, Mytishchi) – 3,5/6,8 Aroma and aftertaste is naturally cherry, cherry with a pleasant light bone. The taste is moderately sweet. In spite of the low density, it does not seem watery. Fizzy, refreshing. If it will continue to be produced, then buy in the summer at the cottage. Just as a refreshing drink. I’ll put ice in my glass. Rated “B-“.