Flying Dog UnderDog Atlantic Lager

Serve in Lager glass


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RATINGS: 574   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.09/5   IBU: 28   EST. CALORIES: 141   ABV: 4.7%
UnderDog is light and refreshing with crisp hop lager and pairs best with foods like simple salads, provolone and Monterey jack cheeses, seafood and light proteins.

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Christos (5882) - Arnhem, NETHERLANDS - SEP 23, 2014
(Flying Dog UnderDog Atlantic Lager) Bottle 355 ml at home, poured into a glass tankard, ABV 4.7% Pale golden yellow colour on the body, crystal clear, with a small and thin white head on top, okay retention, light lacing left on the glass. Nice hoppy aroma though, fresh grass, some grains. Taste is nothing special or extreme but a hundred times better than the average lager. Hops are present, some cheesy notes, grass. Medium thin body, good carbonation, not too low - not too high. Not bad at all.

deyholla (12021) - Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA - SEP 9, 2014
Bottle. Pours a clear gold with a white head that lasts throughout the beer. Aroma has a note of sharp grass with underlying sweet grains and a hint of biscuit. Flavor has sweet grains and biscuit with a growing grassy backbone.

gorkogrlo (359) - Zagreb, CROATIA - SEP 9, 2014
Bottle 0,33 l. Really good lager. It is more like APLager. Nice citrus, pine aroma. Citrus notes in flavor also with some caramel. Positive suprise.

panzerwolf (353) - FINLAND - AUG 27, 2014
White head, light colour. A floral taste with some hops and fruits. A very pleasant and easy beer to drink if you enjoy a lighter taste.

andrepintado (3597) - Lisbon, PORTUGAL - AUG 24, 2014
33cl bottle at provart 2014, sertã, portugal. Hazy dark gold color. Thin persistent head. Medium body. Herbs, piny, hop aroma.

allmyvinyl (10925) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - AUG 17, 2014
355ml bottle from Appellation Wines, cheers Ash! Pours clear pale gold, thick white head. Aromas of grassy, light lemon hops. Taste is light sweet, touch of malt, more light lemon, and maybe a hint of more tropical US hops? Just a hint though. Quite a light body, crisp finish. Decent.

Damico (3147) - Royersford, Pennsylvania, USA - AUG 11, 2014
Pours quite hazy blond with a white head. The aroma bring sweet crispy pale malts. The flavor brings a nice balance of crisp later barely sweet malt yeast and then bitter light hops on the backend.

Kauge (2063) - Tallinn, ESTONIA - AUG 7, 2014
355 ml bottle from K-supermarket at Kamppi, Helsinki (€ 3,69) in August 2014. Pours a clear pale staw colour with a modest white head that retains rather well and leaves some considerable lacing. Nose is sweet: ripe citrus fruits and malts, grassy, more honey notes as it warms, also a bit sourish and yeasty. Taste is malts and pickled fruits (apples, apricots), grassy. Thinnish body, even a bit watery; above average carbonation, mild and brief grassy hop finish, dry. Overall a good, light, easygoing and non-pretentious lager with high drinkability - good for a hot summer day. Oh, and a huge WTF at the label.

nick76 (4402) - Tampa, Florida, USA - AUG 4, 2014
The aroma is malty, papery, and slightly hoppy with the ever present flying dog oddness. The appearance is amber gold with a medium head. The taste is bitter and malty and two note. The palate is thin. Overall I am glad to have another first flying dog in an over 8 years stretch and they are always a bit odd which works out sometimes but this one did not work for me.

Mr_Pink_152 (5400) - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, ENGLAND - AUG 3, 2014
330ml bottle from The West End Tap, Lincoln. Golden-yellow colour, with thin white head, and some lacing. Aroma has grass, and the flavour has pale malts and grass. Nice lager.

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