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Brewed by Gulpener Bierbrouwerij
Style: Dortmunder/Helles
Gulpen, Netherlands
Serve in Lager glass

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RATINGS: 185   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.95/5   EST. CALORIES: 210   ABV: 7%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
A mildly hopped light colored beer.

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BeardedAvenger (1197) - Addlestone, Surrey, ENGLAND - NOV 12, 2017
Bottle from Monster Magnet, EU Local Swap. A Protz 300 tick. Yo. Saccharine malty aroma. Slightly sour. Orange amber. Slow rising bubbles. Frothy white head. Light bitter, which carries on through. Burnt caramel. Malts. Mixes with the bitterness for a souring effect. Light-medium bodied. Slick, almost sticky. Fizzy carbonation. Abrupt finish. As far as this style goes, not bad. But overall, OK.

3
EvNa (535) - Ede, NETHERLANDS - OCT 12, 2017
Bottle. Color: Amber, white head. Taste: Rather sweet malty, only very lightly bitterness. Lighltly caramel hints, hints of bread, grain and honey. Medium body, average to below average carbonation.

3.1
blariacum (216) - Nijmegen, NETHERLANDS - AUG 21, 2017
Flesje (eerdere aantekeningen). Prima bier, licht zoetjes. Vroeger vaak gedronken, toen er nog niet zoveel speciaals in Nederland was (Gulpen X-pert bestaat helaas niet meer?). Niet overweldigend, wel ruim aangenaam.

2.1
kapusil (1515) - Budapest, HUNGARY - MAY 11, 2017
0.33l bottle. Clear orange body with a white head and huge bubbles. The aroma is mostly grainy with some cardboard and booze. The taste is a bit better than what the aroma suggests. The sip starts grainy and followed by some bread, booze and a tiny bit of floral hops. It’s not going to be my favorite beer from this brewery. Also it made me wonder if there is any example for a high ABV lager without dark/caramel malts or a significant amount of hops that I like...

3.3
EugeneStraver (311) - Nootdorp, NETHERLANDS - MAY 7, 2017
20170507 HOME; 30 cl bottle; BB dec’17. A clear beer with a light amber colur and an off-white thin foam layer. Aroma is somewhat malt, light caramel and some hopbitter. Taste is what sweet, malty and some caramel. Upcoming hopbitter give a good finish for this beer. Good balans. Body is medium. Light bitter dry.

2.2
Cristobal37 (1262) - Budapest, HUNGARY - APR 28, 2017
Bottle from Brouw Lokaal, Gulpen. Amber color thin head. Sweet booze aroma. Strong sticky booze taste like a cheap heller bock. Fruit jam and a gross metal alcohol aftertaste. Wondering what Michael Jackson saw in this one? Only other similar beer I’ve had was from Alfa (super Dortmunder) which was similarly bad.

3.1
hamilton_w (276) - - APR 7, 2016
Sweet aroma. Clear amber, poor head. Caramel sweet with some roastiness taste. Very like bock beer.

3.2
Zlotta (3975) - Hagen / Düsseldorf, GERMANY - FEB 29, 2016
0.3 l bottle from ’Liquorstore The Pint’, best before April 2016. Clear, pale golden amber with a thin, frothy, slowly diminishing, white head. Sweetish-malty, slightly grassy aroma of straw, caramel, honey and grains. Sweetish-malty, slightly grassy taste of caramel, honey, straw and grains, followed by a short, smooth and slightly grassy-bitter finish. Medium body, smooth and slightly creamy mouthfeel, average carbonation. Very nice beer actually, highly quaffable, a bit boring maybe after some time. Very solid!

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MBlessing (1608) - Württemberg, GERMANY - JAN 4, 2016
dunkleres gelb schöner Schaum, Geruch getreidig malzig süßlich Karamell , Geschmack säuerlicher antrunk malzige süße Karamell

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lokitje (163) - - JUL 11, 2015
clear orange/golden foam disappears rather quickly smells malt some caramel taste some caramel bit sweet it is an OK beer but not to special I think


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