Pivovarna Haler Reviews




mjakopa
2.9
Haler Svetlo
Pours a clear golden colour with medium head but dissipates quickly. Aroma is bready, malty. Body is well carbonated, strongly malty, bready and slightly grassy taste. Aftertaste is more hay and grass, very gentle bitterness but in general quite short. In general a very malty pilsener but still plenty of body and drinkability.
Sunday, November 01, 2015

MarkoNm
3.1
Haler Radler Limeta
Pours a hazy pale yellow almost white color, topped with a small white head. Aroma of lime is surprisingly strong but pleasant. Taste is mildly sweet, but fruity not sugary sweet, with very nice notes of mild lemons, but altogether plays a secong role to a very nice, refreshing and quite obvious lime notes. As radlers go, this one is probably the best one I ever had. Delicious
Saturday, July 04, 2015

MarkoNm
3.3
Haler Pivo Citra
Pours a hazy golden color, topped with a small white head. Aroma of citruses is pretty strong, later also some sweet fruity notes. Taste is slightly soury/citrusy with mild hoppy bitterness and some herbal feel (very gentle) in the aftertaste. Refreshing, summery and nice.
Saturday, July 04, 2015

MarkoNm
2.4
Haler Temno
Pours a clear dark brown color, topped with a fairly small white head that immediately disappears. Very mild malty aroma with some unpleasant soury notes. Taste is sweet with some chocolate notes. No real bitterness. Not bad, drinkable, but nothing to get too excited about.
Friday, January 23, 2015

MarkoNm
2.6
Haler Svetlo
Served a clear golden color, topped with a decent white frothy head. Lasting with some lacing. Slightly bready aroma, but not too much. Taste is sweet, slightly bready also, withouth any real bitterness in the end. Not bad, drinkable and refreshing, but could offer some more taste.
Saturday, January 10, 2015

heavy
2
Haler Radler Limeta
Jul í14. Thanks to Marko for sharing a 1 l plastic bottle, I guess my first brewpub radler. It poured hazy pale yellow body with small head. Fine, chalky aroma with sour-sweet lemon. Flavor was sweeter than expected from its nose, sweetish lime, some chalk, yeast, a bit sour funky. Medium to thin bodied, a bit less carbonated and rather short, but fine sweetish finish. Refreshing, but has some character. Quite a good radler in my opinion, just might be weird with all that yeast, yet typical for these small brewpub beers.
Monday, December 29, 2014

ogivlado
1.6
Haler Radler Limeta
plastic bottle 1500ml. -from Pivovarna Haler. Slight hazy yellow coloured, minimal white head, sweetish lemon multivitamin nose. Slight bready and lemony/lime taste with faint notes of citric fruits and short sweetish finish. Pretty high carbonation. Useless.
Saturday, August 02, 2014

Marko
1.4
Haler Radler Limeta
Thanks Ogi for bringing it from Slovenia! So, a brewpub makes a bottled radler. Thatís new, but not unheard-of. Poured a murky, chalky yellow body with a small white head that went away fast. Sweet, too sweet aroma, sticky Vitamin C pills... ugh. Taste? Cedevita on an excessively sweet stale malty body, actually showing some off yeasty notes here & there. The base beer, Haler Svetlo, apparently varies a lot from batch to batch - with some batches as brilliant as the one Ogi and me have rated here, and some... less stellar. I assume that the beer used for this batch of Radler was from one of the "lesser" batches...
Tuesday, July 01, 2014

rok1024
2.4
Haler Svetlo
Average aroma, appearance, taste and palate. Decent, somewhat memorable. Rated in the past from the bottle.
Monday, July 02, 2012

rok1024
2.2
Haler Temno
Average aroma, appearance, taste and palate. Decent, somewhat memorable. Rated in the past from the bottle.
Monday, July 02, 2012

heavy
2.6
Haler Temno
29/06 1.5 l plastic bottle, thanks mom for bringing it here. It poured hazy brown body with small ivory head. Caramel malt, stale yeast and sourish hop aroma. Dryer flavor, as of those hops, slightly sourish and not well balancing its dark maltiness. Medium body with longer herbal finish, touched with licorice and some boring yeast notes. Gets a bit better when you get used to it. Not so good as their pale one, donít believe fresh is any better, as this one wasnít really old.
Sunday, August 21, 2011

heavy
3.1
Haler Svetlo
29/06 1.5 l plastic bottle, obvious source. It poured hazy yellow body with medium sized head that went away fast. Fine chalky yeast and bread malt aroma, pretty pleasant. Flavor is weaker, chalky, slightly cardboard to herbal bitter, bread malty, notes of salt. Similar aftertaste, where dry herbal hops are dominating. Simple, with some fine flavors inside, being a bit above average for Slovenian brewpub beer.
Sunday, August 21, 2011

Marko
2.5
Haler Temno
Another bottle brought by heavyís mom from Podčetrtek (huge thanks!)
Poured a misty brown body with a tiny slightly off white head. Stale yeasty nose, typical for Slovenian micros that are bad or go bad. Light taste, propolis, stale yeast, some light acidity, carbonation bite. Oh well. And apparently it wasnít in much better shape fresh. The difference in quality between the pale and the dark is staggering like this. I wonder what it tastes like fresh (like, really fresh), and hope to rerate it.

Thursday, July 07, 2011

Marko
3.4
Haler Svetlo
Brought from Podčetrtek by heavyís mom (huge thanks!)
Poured a hazy golden body with a medium sized white head. Light, slightly sourish herbal-yeasty nose, sweetish, not bad but not distinctive. Light, nicely bready taste, yeasty but refreshing, light lemon from (guessing) the Goldings underneath, light herbal notes too, not much aftertaste. Better than most Slovenian micro pale lagers, too drinkable for its own good!

Thursday, July 07, 2011

ogivlado
2.5
Haler Temno
Sampled draught at Pivovarna Haler, Podcetrtek, Slovenia. -not so good like Svetlo, light coffee aroma, dark coloured, too bitter aftertaste
Monday, May 05, 2003

ogivlado
3.6
Haler Svetlo
Sampled draught at Pivovarna Haler, Podcetrtek, Slovenia. -very good bohemian pilsener, refreshing, golden coloured, very nice and pleasant hoppy aroma, big but quick disappearing head
Monday, May 05, 2003