Finn (8149) - Tromsø, NORWAY - MAR 8, 2007
Can 0,5l. Golden brown coloured. A fluffy white head. A hard-to-find aroma of malts and hops. Flavor dominated by sweet sourish malts and a sweet bitter finish. The only traces of Easter was the colour of the can. OleR (4849) - Oslo, NORWAY - MAR 8, 2007
UPDATED: MAR 29, 2007 Can. 2007 "easter seasonal". Mostly lasting, thin beige head. Brilliant copper colored body. Vague aromas of dryish malt, with scents of earthy hops. A little more maltier, and a little more hopbitter taste, than the average Norwegian macrolager. A little fatter body too. Drinkable, but boring and not very impressive.
And I really wonder why they want us to drink this beverage just around easter... CapFlu (5132) - Victoria, British Columbia, CANADA - MAR 10, 2005
(500ml can) Pours a deep amber, non-carbonated. Cereal, almonds and creamy nose. Sweet malt and mildly grainy. Thanks for the offering Andre 5000 (6862) - Hardened Liver, Washington, USA - MAR 10, 2005
Can pours an orangish golden, large frothy white head, spotty lacing, with little to no carbonation. Hay/Straw on the nose, fairly grainy. Similar taste... blech. Body and mouthfeel are medium. Finishes grainy, slightly nutty. Tiz okay, certainly nothing more than what I expected for an Easter Beer. larsga (7656) - Oslo, NORWAY - FEB 26, 2005
Canned. Bronze colour. Vague maltiness with slight bitterness. Not much taste, and in the end the bitterness dominates. Why they bother brewing this for easter is a mystery, really, given that the only thing that makes it stand out in any way at all is the bright yellow colour of the can.
omhper (25740) - Tyresö, SWEDEN - AUG 10, 2004
Canned. Amber colour. Sweet with clean hard mouthfeel. Lightly roasty. Boring and lacking in character. Sigmund (7916) - Tau, NORWAY - FEB 27, 2002
A slightly-above-average lager. But what makes it an EASTER brew?? Or is that a theological question? HansJM (358) - NORWAY - DEC 16, 2001
They call this an aromatic pilsner.....Well, the aroma was fine indeed, but it promises too much. The beer is darker than a normal lager, and is more malty, but rather simple anyhow.