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Brewed by Calvors
Style: Dunkel/Tmavý
Ipswich, England

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RATINGS: 24   MEAN: 3.06/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.04/5   EST. CALORIES: 135   ABV: 4.5%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Available in keg and 330ml bottles.
Calvors ’Dark’ is the most recent addition to our range. It is a genuine lager with a beautiful dark colour .
Calvors ’Dark’ is brewed using four malts to produce a beautifully smooth, roasted malt flavour.
Calvors ’Dark’ compliments sausages, shellfish and cheese.

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gegwilson (3806) - North Yorkshire, ENGLAND - JUL 13, 2015
Bottle in the Sweffling White Horse, Suffolk. Deep chestnut with a thin off white head. The taste is quite fruity with roast chocolate notes. Light spice and toffee too. OK.

3
ManVsBeer (10969) - Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire, ENGLAND - MAY 12, 2015
Bottle from Cambridge Wine Merchants, Cambridge. Brown with no head. There’s some darker malts in here, but has plenty of taste with a sweetness in both aroma and taste and a sugary stickiness within its texture.

3.1
Stuu666 (15056) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - JAN 22, 2015
Bottle at Craig’s. Pours deep brown, nose is malty toffee, chocolate, taste is similar.

3.5
Garrold (5679) - Sheffield, South Yorkshire, ENGLAND - JAN 9, 2015
Bottle. As Norfolk Square Dark Lager. Baker and Larners of Holt, Norfolk. Clear, chestnut brown. Film of sticky, tan head. Looks pretty good. Light nutty malts. Brown sugar. Light fruit. Taste is light dry. Light sweet. Decent body. Easy drinking. Finishes sugary sweet. Dry close. Liked this, despite drinking it 6 months after its BBE!

3.2
jjsint (3520) - Leicester, Leicestershire, ENGLAND - DEC 2, 2014
Bottle from Cambridge Wine Merchants, consumed at home. Second beer in my new digs in Ely. Pours light brown, almost copper/Amber. Thin tan head. Light aroma: chocolate, caramel, cereal. Slightly musty. Taste is a delicate malty sweet, pleasant if not complex. Short to medium finish was a flash of caramel malt in the aftertaste. Nice enough.

3.2
wheresthepath (2405) - Buckinghamshire, ENGLAND - OCT 9, 2014
Bottle from the Suffolk Food Hall, Ipswich. Attractive deep copper with a moderate cream head and a middling fizz. Sweet Horlicks maltiness up front with some chocolate too. Buttered diacetyl on toast to follow which may put some off but I rather like it in the right place- and it suits this beer. There’s a slightly off sour note in the finish but in general I quite enjoyed this.

3
john44 (3429) - SW London, Greater London, ENGLAND - FEB 14, 2014
Bottle - Dark Amber Brown in colour. Malty; lightly roasty malts, toffee, hint of chocolate, hint of nuts. Fruity; soft fruits. Hoppy; low hop bitterness. Sweet malty fruity throughout. OK. Easy drinking.

3.1
RichTheVillan (8298) - Birmingham, West Midlands, ENGLAND - DEC 3, 2013
Bottle from haddonsman cellar won as a scoopathon raffle prize; pours a clear red/brown pour with smooth beige head, toffee and dried fruit aroma, taste has toffee, slight roast, some bready malts a hint of smokiness and raisins. RIPscoop.

3.3
madmitch76 (25809) - , Essex, ENGLAND - JAN 20, 2013
15th August 2011
Clear deep amber beer, good white head, short lived. Light semi crisp palate. Light sweet malt, just a tad lagerish. Subtle dark malts and dark toffee. Whispers of yeast and red berry fruits. Finishes neutral with some minerals. Not bad! Fairly drinkable!

3.2
Desverger (13174) - Copenhagen, DENMARK - JAN 2, 2013
([email protected] Bridge Tavern) Dark brown colour with a medium off white head and medium body. Aroma/taste is roasted and nutty caramel malt, toffee hints in there as well. Not bad overall.


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