Svaneke Bobarækus

Brewed by Svaneke Bryghus
Svaneke, Denmark
5.3% Wheat Ale | 31 Ratings | Special Release |
Danish: Christian Skovdal Andersen gæstebryg ved Svaneke Bryghus 28. juli. Undergæret humlet hvede øl. IBU er ca. 15 til 20. Humleprofilen er helt amerikansk med Simcoe som den dominerende. Aroma er stærkt domineret af esters, humle og en snert styren. Smagen er behagelig sød og humlet med næsten ingen bitterhed. Bobarækus er faderen til den berømte bornholmske trold Krøllebølle.

English: Christian Skovdal Andersen guest brew at Svaneke Bryghus July 28th. It´s a bottom fermented, hoppy wheat beer. IBU´s are estimated to around 15 – 20, as all the hops was added in the whirlpool. The hop profile is all American with Simcoe as the dominant. The aroma is strongly dominated by esters, hops and a hint of styrene. The taste is pleasantly sweet and hoppy with hardly any bitterness. ABV 5,5 %. “Bobarækus” is the father of the famous Bornholm troll “Krøllebølle”.

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