PsychoGunnar (201) - Bergen, NORWAY - OCT 12, 2014
A different, slightly British-inspired amber ale smelling of malt and anice; tasting like herbal candy, caramel and a hint of rocket salad. Very positive surprise - the taste is in between red ale, amber ale and belgian dubbel. KnutAlbert (6798) - Oslo, NORWAY - MAR 28, 2011
Bottle. Not amber, ratehr a lovely dark ruby.
Packed with flavour, malt, herbs, spruce, mint. Sweet and dry. Highly recommended. acvdberge (11) - Goes, NETHERLANDS - SEP 24, 2015
Een goed biertje. Gedronken tijdens de vakantie in Noorwegen. Helaas kunnen de Noorse bieren niet tippen aan de Belgische. Ik vond deze te bitter en te vlak van smaak. Ondanks dat toch goed en lekker om een keer te drinken. Cunningham (8526) - Halden, NORWAY - DEC 18, 2011
UPDATED: MAR 1, 2012 Bottle. Dark red colour with an off white head. Mild malty nose with some caramel. Lots of caramel in the flavour. visionthing (5595) - Tallinn, ESTONIA - FEB 7, 2012
Bottle. Pours reddish dark brown with a small light brown head. Aroma of hops, caramel and slightly roasted malt. Sweet caramel taste with a nice dry and bitter finish. Very tasty and one of the best "shop strenght" beers in Norway.
Inbreak (6709) - Loddefjord, NORWAY - AUG 11, 2014
Old rating rerated 06.08.2014, 0,33l bottle @ FjordLine M/V Bergensfjord:Sigmund (8010) - Tau, NORWAY - FEB 17, 2009
Nice creamy mediumlasting head. Aroma is slightly sweet, caramel malts, grass, hops, burnt caramel, coffee, dark chocolate, pine needles. Taste is dry grassy, hops, grass, leafs, burnt caramel, dark malts, pine needles, coffee. Medium to longlasting bitterness, slightly dry and watery mouthfeel. Nice.
500 ml bottle, bought at Vaaland, Bryne. "Grocery store version" at 4.7% ABV. Mahogany coloured beer (I’ve never seen "amber" this dark!), moderate but lasting creamy head. Moderate but pleasant aroma of Cascade hops, hints of malts and caramel too. The flavour has dominant Cascade on a (barely) sufficient malty background, hints of burnt caramel but the beer is not sweet. Bitter aftertaste. The mouthfeel is slightly thinner than the stronger version. This is one of the better non-bottle-conditioned beers on the Norwegian grocery store market, well worth sampling. yngwie (17284) - Kristiansand, NORWAY - APR 18, 2009
Bottle, thx to Tarjei. A clear, brown beer with a finger-thick beige head leaving some fine lacings. Quite citrusy, piney nose, with enough maltyness to bring it to a nice balance. The malts give some sweet, bready, lightly roasted scents. Caramel, bready and roasted malts, citrusy, grapefruity hops with pinecones and a fine bitterness. Medium body, and a nicely balanced finish. Sure one of the best low-strenght beers available in Norway. Really pleasant and quaffable. (090418)