levinson06 (1) - - AUG 15, 2014 does not count
I like the taste and colour.The bottle design is nice as well.
a really good quality of hal dark. holdleder (383) - Kongerslev, DENMARK - JAN 10, 2015
50 cl. patent-flaske. 4,7 % en klasseøl i den mørke ende men stadig blid og mild i smagen. Glimrende tjekke. nicksnac (3) - ¯ory, POLAND - AUG 9, 2017 does not count
One of my first degustated Czech Beers. It has a amber color, rocky head, white foam, and a very nice caramel aroma. For me, it was a light beer, one of that beer’s that you can drink 3 or 4. rgf001 (324) - Austin, Texas, USA - JUL 6, 2015
Wonderful Saaz hop aroma with a whiff of pils malt. Clear amber with thick tan head that dissapears quickly. Malty flavor similar to a Munich Dunkel but much hoppier (Saaz, spicy, floral) and bitter. There is a low caramel flavor in harmony with other components.. Balance is that of a Czech pils with a Munich Dunkel and tastes nice. Palate is balanced with no astringency or heat. Overall an excellent beer. ComradeK (1256) - Sydney, AUSTRALIA - JAN 22, 2011
500ml bottle as Bernard Amber. Pours a mid to dark brown, with a huge white head, average retention and good lacing. The aroma is a mixture of sweeter toffee notes and darker burnt caramel with a hint of coffee. There is a brief hit of quite sweet caramel to start, with some slight pine notes following. It then moves into a quite dark and bitter body, with a weak white coffee flavour in the aftertaste. An unusual beer, but very well balanced. It is neither too complex nor too simple, so it would stand well either as a beer to savour or as a food match. Good stuff.
Grzesiek79 (4378) - Radom, POLAND - JAN 4, 2016
Many thanks for this swing-top bottle to Rafal. Piwo ladnie sie pieni, piana solidna i trwala. Dymek i wystrzal OK. Zapach karmelowy, toffi i cukierki kawowe kopiko. Smak lekko kawowy, wodnisty i karmelowy. Goryczka tez ok na sam koniec. Drobinki na dnie butelki. Martin243 (1214) - Tyne & Wear, ENGLAND - SEP 9, 2016
Live rating: My first Polotmavy, 500ml bottle from Glug in the Grainger Market Newcastle. Poured into an English pint. Clear mahogany brown, with a rich off white half inch of mousse for a head. I’m scoring high for looks. Aroma of burnt caramel and dry grass. Fleeting mental comparison with Newcastle Brown: certainly plenty of toffee malt flavour, with a scrape of burnt toast, and a little more hop greenery than is usual for a lager. Nice bitter sweet balance, surprisingly light body, smooth palate. Wife had a sip and thought of Newcastle Brown, too. Tasty. Oakes (18472) - Vancouver, British Columbia, CANADA - AUG 3, 2004
Cherrywood colour. Malty flavour - toffee. Very smooth. Some pale malt mixed in there. A hint of milk chocolate complements this nicely. tseo (153) - Athens, GREECE - MAR 28, 2012
Aroma: Grapes, raisins, cocoa, caramel, cake, tones in a firm, roast aroma. Quite good.
Mouthfeel: Oily, foamy medium to full body.
Taste: More bitter than the typical dunkel. Hints of toffee and nuts. Grassy hops.
Finish: Coffeeish bitterness that intensifies and lasts quite long. Dry and hoppy.
Overall: Very nice.