Ungstrup (38933) - Citizen of the universe, DENMARK - SEP 23, 2006
An orange beer with a white head. The aroma is sweet with an acidic corn note. The flavor is sweet with light note of caramel, leading to a dry bitter slightly cardboardy end. The body is thin. larsga (7675) - Oslo, NORWAY - JUL 3, 2006
Medium white creamy head over light brown body. Milky, rubbery aroma with a hint of grass. Taste is deep sweetish malts with smoky, roasty notes and grassy, bitter aftertaste. Slightly metallic, almost nutty bitterness. Well balanced, nice. (0.44l can (it *is* stated, actually).) Sigmund (8025) - Tau, NORWAY - APR 5, 2006
UPDATED: MAY 8, 2006 Rerate, filtered and pasteurised, can: The size is not printed on the can (ommitting this is illegal in Norway), I suspect the size is 440 ml, not the usual 500 ml. ABV is 4.7%. Deep golden colour, decent head. Pleasant aroma of butterscotch and aromatic hops. Moderate carbonation. Flavour has toffee and butterscotch but also tolerable hops in the finish. Not bad. Original rating: Draught, at Cardinal, Stavanger. Unpasteurised, and allegedly unfiltered - but the beer was crystal clear. The pasteurised and filtered bottled version will be available from May 1. 2006. The unpasteurised keg was 1 week old upon sampling. Deep golden colour, like a Danish "Classic". Moderate head. Aroma and flavour of butterscotch (diacetyl), mellow and well rounded. Served by accident with a 100% CO2 carbonation, would normally be served with a 20% nitrogen and 80% oxygen mix. Will rerate if the bottled version is significantly different.