kevnic2008 (11980) - Baden-Baden, - JAN 30, 2013Grumpelmies (318) - North Rhine-Westphalia, GERMANY - APR 1, 2017
Deep golden color. Malty, some sweetness , caramel, slight hops in the aftertaste, decent brew, but nothing great, drinkable
Bottle. Dark amber with a big head and some lacing. Aroma is malts, earthy hops and spices. Taste is malty, bready, slighty nutty, grainy and spicy. Medium carbonation. Ok. LLaurin (468) - Motala, SWEDEN - JAN 29, 2016
A very nice amber colour but a flat head. Taste is light and sweet with clear malty notes but no long palate. Rather neutral as a total. WillemsUrenkel (1819) - Oldenburg, GERMANY - DEC 19, 2015
Nice looking 0,33 l bottle. Clear and very dark golden in the glass, two finger off white head. Malty with some sweetness on the nose. Starts malty, some caramell, hints of nuts and cherry. Grainy middlepart with malt in the background. Smooth. Increasing malty in the aftertaste. Low bitterness. Okay. Beerhunter111 (20344) - P´Castle, GERMANY - SEP 6, 2015
From trade with Erzengel, many thanks!
ThirstyBird (2914) - Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, ENGLAND - JUL 16, 2015
33cl bottle. Pours clear amber with a very big white head. Aroma of pale malt, grain, some hops. Taste is intense malty, grainy, slightly sweet, some hops.
Thanks erzengel!! Pours a clear amber color with an off-white head. The smell is caramel, toasted malt, fruit, bread. The taste is caramel. rich fruit, bread. The body is light plus with some oiliness and fine carbonation.
Erzengel (8622) - Wuppertal, GERMANY - JUL 8, 2015
The beer starts smooth malty, soft with a nice malty-amber aroma. Very smooth, hints of roast, nice bittered. Easy to drink, very soft and caramel smooth, nice caramel-dry aftertaste with a moderate bitterness and hints of roast. Great Festbier! Jonb5 (545) - Greater London, ENGLAND - JUN 8, 2014
330ml bottle, poured into La Chouffe tulip. A: Very much like German apple juice, golden, clear, medium tanned head which faded quickly without leaving much lacing. S: Rubber, grassy hoppyness. T: Charcoal, grass, slightly yeasty, bittersweet. M: Moderate carbonation, medium body, smooth. O: Had high hopes after the impressive Dunkel from the same brewer, pretty bland, hard to classify, but decent enough. bartlebier (3946) - Belchium im Biersgau, GERMANY - MAY 7, 2014
33cl bottle, saved from a disbanded Kalea/Die freien Brauer tin box at REWE. Pours an already aromatic amber/deep golden with stable head. Fresh proteins and grains set an inviting enough entrée. Fresh bready malts, bread crust, caramels and spicy hops with a herbal edge and almost a Saaz-y bite harmonise towards what feels more like a substantial 5,5% Märzen/Oktoberfest or edgier Bohemian pilsner than a 4,8% Helles. Tasty, well-rounded for the style, with a lingering finish. Much more in tune with itself than some newfangled dryhopped ale-oids. Another discovery made from a Kalea/Die freien Brauer box. knutole (75) - Rhineland-Palatinate, GERMANY - APR 20, 2014
aroma: hay, malty, bread, caramel
appearance: foam doesn’t last long, amber colour, good carbonisation
taste: toffee, bread, grassy, hop notes BlackHaddock (7232) - Shropshire, ENGLAND - JAN 29, 2014
2014 International Green Week in Berlin: in 2012 I had this breweries Pilsner and Dunkel, this year I had another Pilsner and tried their Festbier too.
Draught 0.3 litres.
Thought it might be a Marzen but it was lighter and wasn’t strong enough in alcohol or flavour as that style: still enjoyed it though, just don’t see it as a Fest Bier.
Golden Pilsner in looks, usual fading white crown on a bright and clean body.
Floral and slight grain nose with a semi-sweet feel to the taste before a dry bitter finish ends each sip. Just a little more to it that a basic Pilsner, but not much and by drinking it side by side with the breweries Pilsner I could pick up only very slight differences.