nilsas (4548) - Bryne, NORWAY - AUG 20, 2017
Holmen1 (6472) - Stavanger, NORWAY - AUG 19, 2017
Granås Gård Hegra Maltøl
Brent leirbål og bunnsmørning.
Anelse søtlighet, røyk og Brent bål.
Samling på Bryne med Rogalands RB Gutta.
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Fra flaske på fellestreff RBHD/Bryne Fråholdslag, Bryne aug-17: lett uklar kobber nesten uten skum. Speiderbålet slår i mot meg. Torvrøyk, kreosot, gammeldags grunnsmøring for treski. Og på toppen av det hele en sursyrlig smak som gir assosiasjoner til villgær. Fæle greier, men så er jeg da heller ingen fan av røykmalt. abemorsten (3683) - Mosterøy, NORWAY - AUG 18, 2017
Fra 0,5 l flaske på RBHD-samling hos/på Bryne. Disig oransje kropp med lysebryn ring langs kanten. Innbydende røykaromaer. Godt brukt peis. Oksidert syrlig med kraftig røyksmak og malt. Flat og tyktflytende. Ganske god og helt klart en ny opplevelse. Sigmund (7917) - Tau, NORWAY - AUG 18, 2017
Shared bottle at local tasting. Hazy deep orange colour. Intense aroma of smoked stj�rdalsmalt. Smoky and sour flavour, undrinkable.
gunnar (9696) - Sandnes, NORWAY - AUG 18, 2017
Shared bottle at local tasting. Pours hazy red/golden, small head. Aroma of meaty smoked malts, bonfire and smoked bacon. Super inviting aroma. Taste is light sweet thin malts, well integrated smoke, a bit thin overall, with a lovely citrussy finish, very good.
Holmen2 (4036) - NORWAY - AUG 18, 2017
From bottle at shared tasting at Bryne with RB/HD and Bryne fråhaldslag 18.08.17. Hazy orange amber. Small off-white head. Fine aroma of burnt circuit boards, bonfire, creosot. Even better taste, with bonfire, ash and acidity. Interesting and refreshing. MartinT (10036) - Montreal, Quebec, CANADA - JUN 9, 2014
My Bottom Line:larsga (7656) - Oslo, NORWAY - AUG 31, 2012
Wooden smoke (alder + juniper) wafts over tropical fruitiness and light caramel, while massive rustic earthiness commands this Stjørdal-style Maltøl.
Further Personal Perceptions:
-There is barely a ring of foam around the cloudy reddish brown.
-The fruitiness is reminiscent of banana and guava.
-Mouthfeel is relatively dry, lean.
-The smoky return is met by a smidgen of tartness.
-I presume this is to be drunk as fresh as possible from the brewery.
-For smoke beer lovers, this is bleedin’ memorable!
PET bottle from the farm.
UPDATED: SEP 6, 2014 OleR (4849) - Oslo, NORWAY - AUG 15, 2012
First rating: No head. Hazy deep amber body. Smoky campfire and juniper aroma with buttery caramelly lingonberry notes. Sweetish strong campfire smoke and banana taste with juniper and lingonberry notes. Mid-bodied. Mild, soft, smooth mouthfeel, kind of light and mellow. Sweetish buttery campfire smoke aftertaste with earthy mealy lingonberry notes. Some acidity in the background, not clear if it’s meant to be there. The taste and feel of camp fire ashes lingers, as does a buttery flavour. Extremely interesting, and quite challenging. Weirdly drinkable. Wow. (0.75l PET bottle, shared by KnutAl, and brought here by David and Bernt, to whom much thanks. This bottle travelled around a lot and was opened several times before I had it. Therefore not giving this rating much weight.) 6,3,6,3,13=3.1
Second rating: Small beige head. Hazy opaque reddish brown body. Alder smoke and banana-like fruit aroma with barnyard and roasty rubber notes. Sweetish fruity wild berry taste with smoky juniper notes. Mid-bodied. Mild, flat mouthfeel, leaves a sharp, prickling sensation in the mouth lingers for a long time. Sweetish fruity, wild berry aftertaste with long lingering smoky ashy juniper notes. The ash kind of settled in the mouth. Hardly any bitterness, except the juniper. Very, very interesting. Strong flavour, massic character, still very drinkable. Rough and rustic. (1l PET bottle, fresh from the brewery, tasted the same day.) 7,4,6,3,14=3.4
Growler. Thanks to David L. and beeroverwithme for bringing it down south and passing it over to KnutAlbert, who in turn passed it on to larsga. And thanks for what was left, larsga! This is probably the most ’traditional’ beer possible to find in Norway. Brewed in small quantities, only by a few farmhouse brewers, in remote parts of the country. The beer appears cloudy, dark amber colored. No head, no carbonation either (due to the long journey in a plastic bottle). Rich aroma of peated and sweet caramel-scented malts. Pretty nice smoke character, rounded and gentle. Sweet-flavored. Sugary caramel with a well prononced, genuine malt flavor. No bitterness to speak of, but fine smoke tones a light stingy fruity-acidity is there to beef it up. Juicy and mellow in the mouth. Probably much fresher with the co2 that went out during the roadtrip. Sweet, acidic, light smoky finish. This is the real thing. I love it, and I hope I’ll get an opportunity to taste it fresh from the source. hcalsos (205) - Rælingen, NORWAY - AUG 14, 2012
Tasting @larsga. Amber color, sweet aroma with smoke. Juniper, ash, sweet with a delicate sour hint. Dry mouthfeeling. Definately one of the more interesting beerstyles i have encountered.
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