laiti (8374) - Tampere, FINLAND - FEB 2, 2013
50 cl bottle @ home. Rated on 22.01.2010flip_soeperman (880) - NETHERLANDS - DEC 15, 2012
Aroma is quite light with some fruity notes, peaches and hay. Flavour is somewhat fruity with peach, some grainy notes, honey and distant floral notes. Not your typical golden ale.
Does what it is set out to do. Slightly dry hopped, pils like character. Very light and refreshing
---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone esp0r (2867) - NORWAY - DEC 2, 2012
Bottle from Meny Oslo City enjoyed at homeCool_Bond (2647) - KUNG_AV_OL @ Instagram, SWEDEN - DEC 1, 2012
Pale golden hazy, thin white head. Smells of grain, yeast esters, dusty hops and phenols. Light sweet, dusty, some fruityness and honey. Moderate bitter finish. A nice beer, but where is the elderflower?
Oh so boring beer. Smells a little of which I thought it would taste more but not. The taste is minimal and not at all tasty. The aftertaste, there is no at all. Ok to drink but maybe worth a try anyway. visionthing (5296) - Tallinn, ESTONIA - NOV 27, 2012
50cl bottle from Meny, Oslo city. Pours lightly hazy yellow with a white head. Lightly fruity and hoppy aroma with malt, citrus, honey and flowers. Pretty light body and well balanced with a pleasant bitterness in the finish. Easy to drink and very sessionable.
Arve_Christian (5114) - Oslo, NORWAY - NOV 22, 2012
On 50 cl bottle from Meny Oslo City.
Hazy golden , good foam.
Good fruity aromas, citrus
Medium/ light body and complexity.
Well balanced and good carbonation
Enjoyable Tjoxen (173) - SWEDEN - NOV 21, 2012
Pours hazy golden with small white head. Aroma of ash and basement (good example to the right). Taste is dry bitter with some discrete yeast. Its hard to describe, but it taste a bit like ash to - in a good way. The long dry bitter finish is better than the aroma and taste. Its not bad and its not the best, but its a bit different. madmitch76 (24378) - , Essex, ENGLAND - NOV 17, 2012
7th December 2010daje (4341) - NORWAY - OCT 21, 2012
Light haze on this pale gold beer. Tiny white head. Light crisp and semi dry palate. Light barnyard funk, fresh light malt. A little lemon citrus in the background keeping things interesting. Crispy finish. Unusual and well joined up but for some reason not floating my boat as I think it should.
Bottle at Øltorget, october 17th 2012. Hazy yellow body with a thin white head. Aroma of flowers, perfume-like, malt, caramel. Taste of honey, flowers, citric hops and tea. Good sharp bitterness, light body, a thirst quencher. Splitenz (368) - Oslo, NORWAY - OCT 9, 2012
Having lived nearly half my life in Denmark (I’m Norwegian) I did a double take when I saw this beer. Why? Well, I used to live on Amager Fælledvej (Amagar Commonsroad) on the north side of Amager for just over a year, back when I tried to make a life for myself in Copenhagen. Well, that aside, I rather liked this beer. It had a nice bit of this and that, fairly quafable and with a nice aroma. A familiar aroma... Ah yes, here we go again, there’s Hyldeblomst (Elderflower) in it. The danes do have a love for it, and I have experienced it in beers several times, and usually I don’t really think it works outside tea and sodapop. This time however, I must differ. There must be something in the crisp hops and quite sweetly malt used here that just works. And there’s honey as well, which I mostly abhore in beer, yet with the elderflower, I don’t mind at all. All in all, maybe I’m coloured by my connection to Amager, but this beer I’d bring in my hamper for a nice day out on Amager Fælled.