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2.9
2 min ago

“33cl bottle. Slightly hazy yellow colour with a nice white head. Wheat, light yeast, citrus and fruity aroma. Average carbonation and medium to light body. Taste is slightly more sweet but not much as a wit. Overall, I was expecting more.” -- by ruigo

3.8
2 min ago

“330mL bottle from Slowbeer Very nice looking beer - deep amber, holds a dense tan head. Excellent nose; lots of resiny, piney, citrus hop, well counter-balanced with an equal measure of toasty, roasty, nutty, toffeed, lightly chocolatey malt. Full bodied, smooth, nice chewy texture, subdued carbonation. Delivers plenty of biscuity, chocolatey, toasty malts, with lashings of spicy, piney, citrusy hops. Bitterness is big but in great harmony. Couldn’t ask for more in an American Amber!” -- by Muggus69

3.3
6 min ago

“330mL bottle from Slowbeer Bit of a gusher - eventually pours a billowing head atop a hazy orange body. Nice hop-driven nose - citrus rind, grass, tropical fruits, spicy, toasty, doughy malt undertones. Lively carbonation, full body, with a sort of slickness to it. Reminds me of orange-passionfrui juice - some grass & spice in the background. Firm bitterness, dry oily finish. Pretty good, slightly ruined by overcarbonation.” -- by Muggus69

2.2
7 min ago

“Bottle. Pours hazy very dark copper brown with shades of ruby and airy light tan head. Faint aroma of roast and malt, with some fruity notes. Bitter flavour of roast and some ill-applied hops, with notes of yeast, caramel malt and bread. Bitter, roasty and metallic afteraste. Just another crappy beer from Vadehavsbryggeri. Pleas stop brewing or change location.” -- by Bamsen78

3.3
7 min ago

“500 ml bottle. Clean golden color with white foam. Aroma: floral, slightly citrus and malts. Taste: soft, clean, biscuit malt, citrus, sparkling, pleasant hop bitterness, refreshing, normal bitter for the summer.” -- by alex_leit

3.2
11 min ago

“Bottle 0.5 l. Amber-golden color. Aroma: floral hops, caramel, diacetyl, fruity esters. Taste: biscuit with nuts, caramel, slightly sour fruit, toffee and a little pleasant bitterness of hops.” -- by alex_leit

3.3
11 min ago

“330mL bottle from Slowbeer Pours a creamy white head atop slightly hazy deep gold body. Aroma of reasonable intensity; grassy, piney, citrus hops, biscuity malt, with a well-defined smoky, earth, burnt-rubbery peat note. Medium body & carbonation, drying peaty smokiness. Decent biscuity malt backbone provides some sweetness, peat comes through a bit more on palate - minerally, charcoally, almost dried fruit-like - hops somewhat less prominent - citrus & pine, with a lifted bitterness, dry earthy smoky finish. Interesting combination - quite intense, not really sure whether it works.” -- by Muggus69

3.9
12 min ago

“750ml bottle from Oak Barrel, Sydney. Clear straw yellow body with a loose transient white head. Oranges, dry white wine, light funk and light bready malts on the nose and tongue. Finishes with a mildly tart vinous dryness. Very low bitterness. Mouthfull is mousy and light bodied for the ABV. Very refreshing and would make a very nice Summer quaffer. Roll on the popularity of Berlinerweiss which is perfect for the Aussie climate!” -- by floydian1

2.4
12 min ago

“Golden/Amber colour with a medium white head with low retention Aroma is poor malts and herbal hops Taste is too soft. Pale malts, and a soft hoppy ends. Not so tasteful. Dry finish. Right carbonation. Needs to improve!” -- by Rulymel

3.2
13 min ago

“Bottle. Pours slughtly hazy very dark ruby / copper brown with airy light tan head. Very mild aroma of malt, with touches of caramel and yeast. Sweetish flavour of the same, with notes of roast and nuts and faint fruity hints. Nutty Nd slightly roasty aftertaste. Reasonable for the style.” -- by Bamsen78

3.9
14 min ago

“33cl bottle. Deep dark brown colour with a nice pale brown head. Liquorice, dark chocolate, coffee and alcohol in the aroma. Soft carbonation and medium to full body. Taste is complex, bitter and multi layered, in waves of flavour. Overall, a very, very good beer.” -- by ruigo

3.6
14 min ago

“Draft. Bronze in color, good white foam. Aroma of citrus and floral hops, biscuit malt and caramel. Taste combines a pleasant caramel maltiness with citrus bitterness of hops, citrus, fruits, jam and other berries.” -- by alex_leit

2.4
17 min ago

“Bottle. Pours hazy dark copper brown with airy light tan head. Clear but rather weak aroma of caramel, malt and yeast, with bready notes. Bitter flavour of roast and hops, with notes of caramel malt and estery touches. Roasty and bready aftertaste. Watery and mediocre.” -- by Bamsen78

3.3
17 min ago

“33cl bottle. Clear orangish golden colour with a generous white head. Sweet malts and light spices in the aroma. Average to soft carbonation and medium body. Taste is a bit sweet with some fruity notes. Overall, a nice tripel but quite normal.” -- by ruigo

3.8
20 min ago

“NZ Version? This is a beer that I see on the shelf and thought overpriced so never tried, but having finally gotten around to partake I have to say I am pleasantly surprised by it. Also DIPA like which belies the low alc content this has a syrupy West Coast IPA feel to it. A little more weight on the palate and this would be a real winner (or am I being mean because it teased me by being do DIPA-like that I holding it to those standards?) ” -- by omega

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