Bullit (4686) - Buffalo, New York, USA - SEP 13, 2008
Hazy golden colour, medium head. Aroma is grainy and hoppy. Flavour has grain and grassy hops. Finishes bitter. Ok beer. thewolf (12801) - Kolding, DENMARK - JUN 7, 2008
Bottle. [thank you, skortila/caesar]NoiZe (2394) - Zeist, NETHERLANDS - APR 13, 2008
Pours pale, and lightly hazy yellow with a big frothy white head that turns more and more creamy. Very steady head. Aroma has fresh barley, grassy hops and a citric touch. Much like a wit. Light carbonation giving a wonderful creamy mouthfeel. Flavour is surprisingly hoppy, very grassy. Good freshness - wonderful in the sun.
Golden colored brew. Grainy, grassy aroma and flavor. Grassy, hoppy bitterness. Interesting brew. caesar (7281) - Bunnik/Utrecht, NETHERLANDS - MAR 27, 2008
Bottled. Cloudy golden color, medium head. Aroma of grain, bit grassy, strong hop. Taste starts very grainy as well, slight grassy and slight yeasty, but in the end the bitterness kicks in. Aftertaste is mostly bitter. Decent stuff. skortila (5985) - Baarn, NETHERLANDS - MAR 24, 2008
Bottled. Aroma of grassy german hops, grainy and somewhat flowery. Hazy, yellow coloured with a lasting, medium, white head. Taste is very bitter, grassy and citric. Very strongly hopped. Weird actually. It tastes like a normal grain beer with a huge hop layer around it. Doesn’t seem to mix. Interesting try out though.
bierkoning (13687) - La Tropica/Doarp, NETHERLANDS - JAN 14, 2008
75 cl corked bottle. Light golden color, foamy head. Flowery, peppery hops and a dash of milk in the aroma. Firm, peppery, oily, flowery and slighty citric hopflavor. This beers seems really heavily hopped. This overshadows the bready, even a bit buttery character of this brew. Very tasty session beer! jbrus (4988) - Delft, NETHERLANDS - DEC 8, 2007
Light sweet grainy, buttery and grassy aroma. Hazy, yellow, white firm head, good lace. Light sweet and fruity, very bitter, very grassy. When warming up there was also a hint of butter in the flavor. The brewer mentioned that this was not diacetyl but from the unmalted barley. Smooth start and dry finish. Very interesting.