SimplySike (1550) - The Hague, NETHERLANDS - APR 17, 2017
30cl. bottle. LazyPyro (1805) - Gloucestershire, ENGLAND - APR 14, 2017
Pours clear orange with white head.
Aroma grass, hay, some pine, biscuit.
Taste caramel sweets, piney grassy fresh bitter.
330ml bottle rebrewed for AGM. Crystal clear light amber gold colour with a small white head. Aroma: pale malt, faint citrus, caramel. Taste: sweet malt, caramel, subtle fruity/grassy hops, light bitter finish. Light-medium body and moderate carbonation, good mouthfeel for a lager though. Quite similar to BrewDog’s more recent lagers I think, though ironically this is less hoppy. mR_fr0g (14028) - Hertfordshire, ENGLAND - APR 13, 2017
Keg at Brewdog Soho. A clear golden orange coloured pour with a sticky white head. Aroma is semi sweet cereal leafy hop, orange rind. Flavour is composed of sweet Base malts, simple slightly nutty malts, orange rind. Maybe a hint of sulphur. Palate is a bit sweet moderate carbonation. Not such a crisp finish. Ok. Stuu666 (15248) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - APR 10, 2017
Keg at brewdog Edinburgh. Pours golden amber, nose is lemon, passionfruit, toffee, taste is sweet toffee, light fruit, grassy. Heidbummer (985) - SCOTLAND - APR 9, 2017
Rebrewed fir AGM weekend. Pours crystal clear rose gold, biscuity aroma. Great first mouthful; all bitterness, dryness and some fruit. It fades a bit after that but it’s good stuff. Don’t remember it being this good first time around.
BlackHaddock (7961) - Shropshire, ENGLAND - APR 30, 2012
Brown 330ml bottle, best before 10-10-2009, drank on the last day of May 2009. Poured into a Corsendonk stemmed tulip shaped glass.
Very slight haze to the beer, otherwise it was an old gold, mid-range lager colour. A white collar and wispy covering sat on top with some lacing as the beer was consummed.
Good hop aroma, some mixed fruit in there too (apples and pears?). My nose picked up some yeast hints as well.
Hops dominate the taste, is this really a lager? Not as I know it anyway. Rarely has a lager beer tested my tastebuds so. Well hopped beers often become very dry in the aftertaste, this became drier, but not overly so. Not cheek suckingly dry anyway, nor does it taste metallic or like cardboard, a trait I’ve discovered in some lagers as I circumnavigate the globe looking for the perfect pint.
Very drinkable, but too hoppy foe me to have as a session drink.
Scopey (16275) - Croydon, Greater London, ENGLAND - NOV 8, 2011
Multiple bottles in the past from Brewdog online. It pours pale yellow, with a thin white head. The nose is sweet malt, sweet citrus and grass. The taste is grass, sweet malt, butter, some floral and distant citrus, with a big bitter finish. Medium body and moderate-high, fizzy carbonation. Not my sort of thing. Odland (139) - NORWAY - MAR 27, 2011
Bottle @ Henrik, Bergen. Pours golden with good white head. A crisp and hoppy flavour with some citric and tropical tastes. A bitter and clear flavor and finish. FatPhil (17334) - Tallinn, ESTONIA - APR 24, 2010
330ml bottle (Punavuoren Ahven, Helsinki)JK54B (1602) - Helsinki, FINLAND - FEB 27, 2010
6 rich grainy aroma
3 Rich orange, small head
5 pretty dull taste, mostly honey or caramel sweet malts
3 pleasant carbonation, nothing in the aftertaste that wasn’t already obvious.
10 raw, and too sticky.
Bottled 0.33L at Ahven. Hoppy flowery nose. Pale head. Coppery colour. Syropy roasty and malty slightly fruity taste. Average hoppiness.