Det Lille Bryggeri Barley Wine 2010

Formerly brewed at Det Lille Bryggeri
Style: Barley Wine
Bringstrup, Ringsted, Denmark
Serve in Snifter


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RATINGS: 72   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.55/5   SEASONAL: Special   EST. CALORIES: 330   ABV: 11%
Danish: Barley Wine er brygget i 2009, har lagret 1 år og sælges først i 2010. Vores Barley Wine laves aldrig ud fra samme opskrift, men ud fra samme princip: Store mængder af det bedste råvarer samt en lagrings tid på minimum 1 år. Vil fortsat modnes i mange år.

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   AROMA 8/10   APPEARANCE 4/5   TASTE 8/10   PALATE 4/5   OVERALL 17/20
kschep (1707) - - MAY 9, 2012
#1493 bottle; Nose is sweet red apple, velvet alcohol whiff, grenache whiff, cake, sharpie, feel is medium, carb is mediumlow, taste is medium oak, cake, quite dense soy, sweet licorice, medium bitterdry roasted malt, rubber, earth

Beerhunter111 (24282) - Beerland, GERMANY - AUG 26, 2015
Das Bier hat eine sehr dunkel rötlichbraune Farbe und eine gering bräunliche Schaumkrone. Geruch intensiv malzig, viel reifes Obst, süß, alkoholisch. Geschmack holzig, sehr malzig, reifes Obst, alkolisch das hohe Alter merkt man schon!

TorbenJensen (1602) - Valby, DENMARK - AUG 11, 2015
The foam is totally absent, but this is probably not surprising for a beer with the strength. It has good flavors of plum and ripe dark grapes. Tastes sweet fruit, but has a tartness that is slightly good for a barley. It’s certainly not as sweet as expected, but slightly acidic. This gives it a great and rich vinous comparable slightly with the Spanish Rioja wines. Now I’m not a wine connoisseur, but believes it can deduce that Spanish wines are often very fruity and a little heavy in terms of taste. This barley is certainly rich and vinous, but lacks enough a range of flavors like many other barleys can offer.

Alengrin (6180) - BELGIUM - JUN 21, 2015
UPDATED: NOV 9, 2017 Vintage bottle from 2010, found at the unsurpassed Hopduvel. Comes from a cute little bottle perfectly suited for the style. Milky, moussy, light greyish white, opening and eventually completely vanishing head over a very dark chestnut brown beer with protein flakes at the bottom; clearly a lot darker than the average barley wine. Rich and unusual, yet fascinating and pleasant aroma of oxidized sherry, caramel candy, peated whisky, rosemary, bayleaf, cloves, burnt wood, candied cherries, roasted chestnuts, fried eggs, smoked fish and Asian fish sauce, candied figs, vanilla, tarragon, cold black tea, banana, fairly strong wood varnish but fitting well into the whole, a lot of cured meat and unripe pear. Densely bittersweet onset, dried fruits, dusty wood, candied cherry hint, dried orange peel perhaps, with a very soft but sustaining carbonation which lends this beer a fluffy, creamy and full mouthfeel; oxidation is present but subtle enough to add complexity instead of becoming obnoxious - ideal for a vintage beer! A soft but profound maltiness ensues, caramelly in the good way, bit nutty and becoming more and more chocolatey towards the end, adding a certain amount of soft bitterness without becoming roasted, as would be the case in a RIS. Finish is noble, complex and simply delicious if you are into this style, with the continuing malt ’bittersweetness’ in perfect balance with retronasal manzanilla-like ’umami’ oxidation, a faint touch of salmiac and bayleaf, deeply buried leafy hop bitterness providing structure without becoming truly bittering, and of course a dosis of warming, liqueurish and brown rhum-like alcohol. A refined candied sweetness paired with bittering alcohol remains after swallowing - exactly the kind of aftertaste I expect from a good barley wine. A wonderfully bittersweet ’dark barley wine’, reminding me a bit of Brewdog’s Abstrakt:11, but with more finesse. This cute little bottle has aged graciously, and though I never tasted it fresh, I would not be surprised if a 5 year cellaring has brought the best of its potential to the surface - which makes this a perfect barley wine. Beautiful vintage beer!

sir__v (2634) - FRANCE - APR 28, 2015
Bottle at Home from DeHopduvel, Gent, BE. Color: clear dark amber brown beer with no carbonation and no foam. Smell: maderized nose. Caramel and malt. Brown sugar finish. Taste: very caramel taste and brown sugar. Roasted malt finish. Aftertaste: maderized and caramel. I think it was too old but stays good !

sebletitje (10721) - Enghien, BELGIUM - FEB 7, 2015
Bouteille 25cl, Anno 2009 de Hopduvel, BB 19/01/2014. Brune foncée, col crémeux café au lait laissant un filament doré au verre. Arôme est fruité rappelant les baies rouges, malt grillé, caramel avec une pointe de café et un caramel restant assez prononcé en rétro nasal. Palais est malté, grillé avec une pointe d’oxydation assez agréable. Cette dernière est accompagnée par un côté fruité rappelant les baies rouges, et un fini sec. Le palais conserve cette impression d’age qui donne un petit ajout de soja et d’une pointe de fumé. Malt chocolaté avec une touche de feuille de tabac, chocolat au lait et une note de lavure sur la fin tirant aussi vers l’épicé. Fini est terreux et sec. Pas mal, avec une bouteille juste pour la quantité.

77ships (11838) - Antwerpen, BELGIUM - AUG 26, 2014
250 ml. bottle @ home. Procured @ De Hopduvel. So this is 5 years old now if I get the description on the bottle correctly, dunno I don’t know any Danish. BBF 19/01/2014. I usually do like my Barley Wines on the older side usually, esp. the hoppy-kind or traditional variety, not sure which one this is supposed to be. Pours blackish dark brown, very light pomegranate, small mocha head. Thick liquorish, molasses, mocha, chocolate nose, very nice, light varnish & oxidation. Taste is varnish, mocha, thick liquorish, oxidation, old furniture, old leaves, branches, bitter liquorish, roots, cloying sweet,… Low carbonation, touch varnish, oxidized dark fruits,… Very interesting & unique, probably a touch too old but quite interesting never the less. Not really my style entirely but very unique for a barley wine never the less.

JefVerstraete (3933) - Oosterzele, BELGIUM - DEC 18, 2013
Dark brown, almost black. Some light brown foam. Complex beer. Aroma of roasted malts, dark fruit and candy sugar. Sweet taste with bitter finish. Good beer.

Kavu (5495) - Helsinki, FINLAND - AUG 23, 2013
0,25l bottle @ Pikkulintu, Helsinki. Pours very dark brown with a low head. Aroma is roasted malts and alcohol. Flavor is roasted malts, spices, alcohol and hops. Quite good.

Countbeer (6590) - Best of E-Town mit 2 Brauhausen, NETHERLANDS - AUG 11, 2013
Bottle: Served in a Chouffe glass: Medium sized lively and fairly quick changing (into a thicker lacing) beige foamy head on top of a deep dark brown colored beer with a black tint. Aromas of nuts, barley malts, soap, liquorice, spices, light vinous, hay, dried prunes, some cream, marzepin and a hint of liquor. Flavours of bitters, barley malts, honey, spicy, creamy, some warmth, light tint of alcohol, hay, some peat, light dry, grains, dust and dried prunes. Aftertaste is a mix of barley malts, honey, hay, bitters, spices and wood. Low carbo, soft creamy mouthfeel, medium to full body and a creamy texture.

FatPhil (17745) - Tallinn, ESTONIA - APR 18, 2013
275ml botle (Pikkulintu, Helsinki)
Rich, deep red, small persistent head. Malt loaf aroma, including some raisins, rich, quite aged. A touch woody. Dark, can’t see throughit, small beige head. Rich in the mouth - lots going on. Suddenly there’s great deep roast that wasn’t apparent from the aroma, quite burnt and dry. Get some christmas pudding later in aroma. Lots of woodiness, quite a dryness to the finish. Has a great "wanna take another sip" quality. Way more roasted thean your average BW, but a worthy member of the group. Enjoyed every sip.

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