Todeon (327) - SWEDEN - MAY 21, 2008
Bottle 33cl. Actually liked this one. Bready aroma with som grass notes. Taste is hoppy and bitter with some bread and a crisp finish. Marsiblursi (3083) - Göteborg, SWEDEN - DEC 6, 2007
(Can) Pours golden. Bready malt aroma with a soft peppery grass hoppiness and some floral and dew like hints. Buttery and quite soft nose. The flavour is malty with tones of bread but also hoppy with grassy tones. Bit crisp, light bitter and light dry. The body is light but quite malty for being a Folköl. ekstedt (6977) - Göteborg, SWEDEN - SEP 9, 2007
Can (50 cl) from ICA Focus Supermarket, Göteborg, Sweden. Clear golden with medium fluffy white head. Grainy malt aroma, fairly clean, with some vague grassy hops. Light in body, but not so watery as many other 3.5-ers. Ok balance with low bitterness. raymondwave (931) - FINLAND - SEP 8, 2007
(Torhamn, Sweden). Well, there is atleast some crispy hoppiness and bitterness to it, but it’s still very strange, because it lacks the body of a real pilsener. These folk beers are not made for beer hobbyists. rickgordon (3878) - Göteborg, SWEDEN - APR 12, 2007
Pale golden colour. Creamy head. Light butterscotchy aroma without flaws. Very dry and light bodied with subtle notes of butter and honey. Papery bitterness.
larsniclas (7219) - Billdal, SWEDEN - MAR 24, 2007
Golden. White foamy head.
Some freshness, but sourish maltiness dominating.
Pretty thin. Some diacetyl-notes. gnoff (10986) - Göteborg, SWEDEN - MAR 3, 2007
(50 cl can) Clear pale yellow color, white head. Acidic, grainy, malty and buttery scent. Watery somewhat buttery and metallic taste. Metallic aftertaste. Watery boring mouthfeel. Low bitterness. omhper (25753) - Tyresö, SWEDEN - FEB 5, 2007
Canned. Clear pale golden, rich airy head. Light syrupy bread aroma. Sweetish with a core of bready malt and some resiny hops. Light bodied with fairly soft mouthfee. Reasonably bitter finish. A bit empty, otherwise decent. rlgk (18844) - Göteborg, SWEDEN - NOV 17, 2006
Pale yellow, white head. Malty aroma. Malty, sweet flavor with that bad folköl-bitterness showing after a while. Thin bad bitter finish.