marcot (770) - Campomorone, ITALY - JUN 14, 2010
Bevuta in bottiglia sotto il marchio "birrificio artigianale italiano - strong ale" con un bassotto disegnato, sono pressochè certo che sia questa.
Colore ramato, parecchia schiuma persistente, un gusto che mi ricorda tantissimo la brooklyn lager, ma più corposa e leggermente più alcoolica; un forte amaro sul finale (dry hopping?). Mi è piaciuta moltissimo Madsnp (933) - DENMARK - JUN 10, 2010
Bottle. Pours clear amber colored with a small bubbly lacing off white head. Aromas of cereal, caramel and dried fruit. Flavors of grainy malt, caramel and herbs. Tasty. Boutip (6624) - Gatineau, Quebec, CANADA - MAY 31, 2010
Bottle: Poured a cloudy light amber color ale with a large foamy head with good retention and good lacing. Aroma of lightly sweet caramel malt with huge caramel malt presence with just the right amount of residual sugar. Taste is also a strange mix between some caramel malt with a right balance of residual sugar with a light hoppy finish and some dry figs and plums notes. Body is quite full with good carbonation and no apparent alcohol. Hard to categorize but well worth drinking. probstblueribbon (4088) - Nepean, Ontario, CANADA - MAY 28, 2010
33 cl bottle (attractive!) from Bieropholie, served at cellar temperature in a tulip glass. MartinT (10155) - Montreal, Quebec, CANADA - MAY 27, 2010
App.: Deep mahogany with a frail light tan head.
Aroma: Tart fruitiness, nutty brown sugar and rum dark-like notes, organic acids that hint of infection, figs, apricots, some tart berries, alcohol, not what I expected for the style.
Palate: Medium body, fairly sparse, floppy effervescence, a little astringent.
Flav.: Similar to the nose with lots of bright fruitiness, hazelnuts, some brown sugar, alcohol, berries, apricots, some pear drop/solvent, less deep than the nose in terms of malts, no hop notes to speak of; off-dry with tartness and some bitterness than is masked by the acidity, with a decent malty, kinda fruity finish.
Like the name implies, this beast is made up of many parts that don’t really go together well.
UPDATED: MAY 31, 2010 My Bottom Line:
JohnC (3008) - Mission Viejo, California, USA - MAY 6, 2010
Caramel-glazed plums and dried apricots are offset by mild citrusy tartness in this barely carbonated dessert brew.
Further Personal Perceptions:
-A slim film of foam covers the murky amber-laced dark russet.
-The very low carbonation makes the mouthfeel heavier than it should be. After reading other reviews, it seems to me their bottle conditioning might not be perfectly controlled.
-The finish is very quiet if you consider the loquacious dextrins.
-Orange peel subtleties appear underneath.
-The fruit salad seems to involve cherry allusions as well.
-here is little to no hop presence in here.
I had this on tap at Beachwood BBQ’s Italian Beer Festival. This reddish-brown pour had some cherry and some spicy notes. Dedollewaitor (16539) - Odense, DENMARK - APR 21, 2010
Bottle @ Brugmansia/Fonefan Tasting, April 2010. Pours clear amber with a red hew and a full creamy head. Nose is yeast and spices. Coriander. Lively carbonation. Flavor is baking powder, caramel, yeast and hops. Medium bodied. Dry and very spicy. Warmth... MiP (16054) - Sønderborg, DENMARK - APR 17, 2010
Bottle, 6.5%. Fruity and yeasty aroma. Hazy dark brown colour. Very big stable rocky light brown head. The flavour is nicely malty, has some roasted notes. Mild sweetness. A little alcohol in the finish. Actually well-balanced. High carbonation. fonefan (52351) - VestJylland, DENMARK - FEB 28, 2010
Bottle 750ml.Beerlando (3343) - Orlando, Florida, USA - FEB 9, 2010
Unclear medium orange color with a large, frothy, good lacing, mostly lasting, off-white head. Aroma is moderate malty, caramel, moderate yeasty, leather, brett. Flavor is moderate to heavy sweet and moderate bitter with a average to long duration, dry dry finish, leather notes. Body is medium, texture is oily, carbonation is soft to lively, loads of carbonation. 
Draft at Redlight Redlight. Pours a clear reddish-amber color with a small, foamy, tan head that settles to a thin, patchy film. Micro-spot lacing dots the glass. Aromas are boozy for a relatively small beer, showing grainy alcohol notes of a base of pale cereal malts, toast, oregano, and an odd, briny sort of funk. Hints of pickles come to mind. Flavors again are grainy, in a alcoholic sort of way, with a strange, mildly tart funk, dusty yeast, and notes of sage and oregano. The palate is thin, bordering on watery, sporting moderate carbonation and a drying, boozy finish. Eh, I’m not impressed in the least bit with this one.