On tap at Funky Buddha poured a cloudy gold with a small lasting white head. Aromas of wheat, key lime and light vanilla. Palate was light bodied and crisp with a dry lightly tart finish. Flavors of wheat, key lime and light vanilla with a crisp dry lightly tart lingering key lime finish.
3 min ago
Nice dunkel after some time. Pours darl coppery or dark, clear brown with beige, dark top, small one. Aroma- intense malty with dominant toasted note, no roast touch. Low to none hops aroma. Taste was medium sweet, light to min bitter, more from darker malts. Light dry finish, more than average carbonation, sour, sugary aftertaste, medium- body. Watery texture. Good start, not so well finish.
5 min ago
On tap at LauderAle poured a clear tarnished gold with a small lingering ivory head. Aromas of apples, vinegar and light bread. Palate was light bodied and crisp. Flavors of apples, bread and a hint of vinegar with a crisp lingering apple finish.
7 min ago
Swing top bottle. Golden color. Soft floral notes and apple in the aroma. Floral bitter flavor. Thinnish. Apple.
7 min ago
330ml bottle. @home 26-05-2015.
Labeled as "Ljus lager. Lundabrygg Eriet.17".
Courtesy of axl. Thanks a lot!.
In short: average pale lager.
Pours little hazy deep gold with nice white head. Short head retention, poor lacing. Malty, grassy nose. Light body, average carbonation, crispy texture. Taste is malty, hebal, little bitterness. Average pale lager, well brewed, but nothing remarkable.
8 min ago
Draft at Holy Grale (back in Feb 2015). Head is initially average sized, creamy, white, fully lasting. Body is medium yellow. Aroma is lightly malty (toasted grain), lightly yeasty (basement), with notes of peat, manure, iodine, lemon/lime zest, rubber. Flavor is moderately sweet, moderately acidic, lightly bitter. Finish is lightly sweet, moderately acidic, lightly to moderately bitter. Medium body, velvety/watery texture, lively carbonation. A truly wacky brew, esp. for a German brewery...all sorts of wild, rustic stuff in the nose (a sort of "dirty" that somehow works in this context) and considerable sourness too. This was recommended by staff when I told them about the fun glass of Ducato Brett Peat Daydream I’d had at Sergio’s the night before. And this was indeed quite similar, although I preferred the Ducato. Good stuff if you’re in the mood for funky.
9 min ago
Swing top bottle. Amber color. Soft soapy aroma with apple. Malty floral flavor with apple. Hint of nutmeg. Drinkable.
9 min ago
Pours unclear pale ambery, rich foam. Aroma- first was some beens, vegetables, then neutralizes to some far away sour-sweet fruity hops, a bit citrusy. Bottle smells better than poured beer. Taste was light sweet, light bitter, rather sweet than bitter aftertaste, Thick texture, medium+ body, malty thick one. Alcohol is not sensible but the strength of beer is implemented well. one time try.
10 min ago
The commercial description is spot on. The beer is super-easy drinking, with a modest hop bitterness balanced out by the caramel/biscuit notes of a strong malt backbone and the fruity flavors of the British yeast. Drinks more like a traditional English pale ale than an American one, but the hops are definitely present. If anything, the delicacy of the hops is a bit overwhelmed by the malt and yeast, but it is enjoyable.
10 min ago
Aroma of cereal and light biscuit/crackers, as well as lightly floral and grassy hops. The mouthfeel is light, slightly oily, and well-carbonated. Moderately bitter taste with grainy flavors.
11 min ago
Bottle formed can. Orange color. Lime, grapefruit and mango in the aroma and flavor. The fruit is dominant, overruling the hop character. Fresh Fairly dry. Quite pleasant.
13 min ago
Bottle. Golden color. Floral caramelly herbal notes in the aroma and flavor. Herbal hops, especially in the aftertaste. Decent.
13 min ago
Pour is hazed pale golden yellow with a tight white head. Nose is refreshing, lots of fruity esters, faint peppery spice, moderate lemon and citrus, citrusy hops behind. Flavor has more saison character, gets a touch flabby, moderate malt, peppery spice is more pronounced, lemon, fruity esters mid palate and a highly citrus hop in back. Finish is a hint too bitter, gets a little sweet, strong carb and a light refreshing body.
14 min ago
Pour is jet black with a tight tan head. Nose is charred wood, bourbon, faintly chalky, light rich malt presence, very caky. Flavor is pretty nice, lighter bourbon, milk chocolate, cake batter, light malt sweetness in back, just a hint sugary. Medium to full body, incredibly soft and delicate palate, gentle carb. Better than the Central Waters 17 I had next to it.
16 min ago
Pours dark brown with a small head. Nose shows musty, woody oak, chocolate, cherries and funk. Very similar flavours. Tart cherries, raspberries, musty oak. Some astringency in the finish.