Papsoe (25063) - Frederiksberg, DENMARK - MAY 16, 2005
UPDATED: JUL 3, 2005 (Bottle 50 cl) Fully golden, slightly hazy ale with an impressive, huge and very stable head. Quite sweetish and aromatic with only a vey discreet bitterness. A rather surprising and different ale which is also stronger than the typical Scottish ale. And the storytelling on these Broughton bottles is simply great. 190304 GarethYoung (1111) - Glasgow, SCOTLAND - MAR 18, 2005
UPDATED: AUG 9, 2005 pours a honey/golden colour with a moderate head which lasts throughout. nose is perfumy with some hops. Reid (2541) - Salem, Oregon, USA - MAR 4, 2005
Bought in a 500 ml Bottle.
Dark golden ale with a massive frothy,bubbly pure white head.
A very perfumy/ flowery aroma.Light buttery undertones.
Thick ,sweet almost like the old Football Chews candy I used to get as a child in Scotland.No bitterness to speak off.Alcohol well hidden.
its quite thick and smooth for its style.
Not a bad beer but to be honest one is enough for me..more and i fear it would become cloying RichardGretton (4770) - Leicestershire, ENGLAND - NOV 3, 2004
Looks very much like an English bitter, the aroma is gentle hops with a hint of malts, and the flavour is quite strongly dry with a sweetish finish. Overall OK. Boystout (1000) - Chisinau, MOLDOVA - AUG 12, 2004
You should give it more than one try to really appreciate it. Pale/orange colour, no head to write of, slightly rotten malty and herbal hoppy aroma, mouthful of sweet malts, bitter hops and alcohol. Probably, the best organic ale I’ve ever tasted.
Ungstrup (37655) - Citizen of the universe, DENMARK - JUN 21, 2004
An orange beer with no head. The aroma is sweet malty - quite boring. The flavor is sweet malty with hints of honey and a light hoppy end. All in all a boring beer. Hildigöltur (5104) - København, DENMARK - JUN 14, 2004
Golden coloured. Strange aroma and taste notes. Actually quite bad. Rather thin and watery. Very boring. JensenTaster (1719) - DENMARK - JUN 9, 2004
UPDATED: JUL 11, 2004 (on bottle)I should have known from the hops in the bottlemold, the hops on the label; this would be a hoppy experience. So for all the underfermenting-freaks, here´s a good intro to the real McCoy; ales.
Golden color, yes, but the promise of a malty tone, dosen´t hit me before smellig the bottle the day after the drink. And it´s organic too and as the label tells: "suitable for vegetarians". Spiesy (2338) - Sydney, Greater London, AUSTRALIA - FEB 26, 2004
Bottled. Golden honey colour with a fine, slow rising head, servicing a thin lacy top. Sweet pale malt aroma, which actually translates to a deep, fuller flavour on as a result of the alcohol. Has a bitter sing that begins in the middle of the palate and trails outwards and down. Medium to long length on the palate. johndoughty (5451) - cheslyn hay, West Midlands, ENGLAND - DEC 23, 2003
Usually organic beers have that little extra freshness but this one did not.If I hadn't read the bottle i would put it in the 4 to 4.5 per cent range not 6. Not a lot of flavour although a nice golden appearance.Not one to convert you to the organic beer cause.