PotjeBier (4484) - Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS - NOV 10, 2018
Draught @ In De Wildeman. Milky murky yellow color. Dense white head with good retention and some lacing. Aroma's: dank, some citrus. Retronasal: citrussy, juicy, dank hops, grapefruit (zest). Flavor is moderat bitter, grapefruit zest. Light medium bodied. Firm carbonation. Dank moderate bitter finish. 77ships (14124) - Antwerpen, BELGIUM - OCT 28, 2018
UPDATED: OCT 28, 2018 Draft glass @ Billie’s Bier Kafétaria. Hazy orange, big creamy nice white head. Lots of doughy nice pleasant haze with honeydew melon, doughy very nice, low dry, mango lemon, not quite haze, not quite classical bitter but drinks very well. jookos (7765) - FINLAND - OCT 26, 2018
[email protected]Hermod (10452) - Vantaa, FINLAND - OCT 26, 2018
Superhazy pale orange. Pretty intense citrus oranges, hop pelletty nose. Med bodied, bit dusty, floury. Fruity.
Keg @ Pien.
Poured hazy orange color.
Herbal, grassy, green hops.
Flavor has juicy fruity hops. Tangerines. No bitterness. yespr (51962) - Copenhagen, DENMARK - OCT 21, 2018
From tap. Pours murky to orange, small white head. Aroma is grapefruity, slight herbal. Citrusy. Bitter. Herbal and grapefruity. Solid hoppy and dry finish.
rosenbergh (12844) - Tampere, FINLAND - OCT 20, 2018
Draft at the Konttori, Tampere, Finland.tovesa (1240) - Pirkkala, FINLAND - OCT 19, 2018
Hazy yellow color with a small to medium size foamy white head.
Sweet fruity hoppy aroma with mild herbs and citrus. Herbal hops, dryness, mild bitterness and some malt in the flavor. Too herbal.
UPDATED: OCT 19, 2018 Tap at Konttori. Pours hazy yellow, white head. Sweet tropical fruits, mango, pineapple, citrus,, grapefruit, fruity hops. Medium body, average carbonation, bitter finish. rauchbierlover (1079) - Berlin, GERMANY - OCT 18, 2018
Hazy pale yellow body with a small, creamy, vanishing white head. Aroma of mango, passion fruit, ananas yogurth. Taste is bitter, spicy, nothing special. Dry bitter finish. Full body, flat carbonation, chewy texture. Alengrin (7089) - BELGIUM - OCT 17, 2018
German APA (incredible how quickly beer has evolved in the past years and decades) with five hop varieties, thanks SterV for sharing at Billie's in Antwerp, cheers sis! Membrane-lacing, egg-white, very thick and frothy head over hazy yolk-yellow, warm blonde beer. Intensely fragrant bouquet of lime flesh, orange blossom, mango juice, starfruit, guava, meringue, lemon rind, kumquat. Brightly fruity onset, guava and mango with a refreshing, drier, spritzy lime effect, lively but not unpleasantly stinging carbonation, supple and bit 'fluffy' body of bread pulp- and very slightly biscuity maltiness; soon a wave of aromatic New World hops fragrance fills the nose and mouth cavities, in a citrusy and tropical way, brimming with orange zest, kumquat, lime and mango. Ends juicy, with a soft peppery hop bitterness to it but maltiness prevails, as it ought to be in an APA. Nobody should act surprised when establishing that the German 'Gründlichkeit' would lead to technically solid examples of very un-German beer styles as soon as local brewers embrace them, but of course this kind of beers is still a huge rarity in Germany today and completely belongs to the young generation of American-inspired microbrewers. I often wonder what this will lead to in one or two generations time, especially in a relatively beer-protectionist country like Germany... mR_fr0g (17422) - Hertfordshire, ENGLAND - OCT 4, 2018
Keg at indy man beer con. Session 1. A translucent yellow straw coloured pour with a fine white head. Aroma is dank hop, green hop, wheat, Flavour is composed of semi sweet, grassy hop, straw, dank fresh green hop. Palate is semi sweet, frothy carbonation. Not bad.