LasseVPedersen (416) - Aarhus C, DENMARK - JUL 20, 2017
Bottle, 75cl. Shared over E01 of GoT season 7. Yeah, I know. Pours clear, light warm amber colour with small, almost none off-white head. Malty, medium herby nose. Fruity, eastery. Oranges. Caramel and some yeast.
Fine balanced flavour. Malty and bitter without one being dominant. Light fruity, with pine notes, brown sugar, apricot and perhaps a little spicy final note. Not as bitter as expected from its label. Finely carbonated. Round and pleasant to drink. Medium body and slight oily texture. Quite alright. jobe977 (89) - Töreboda, SWEDEN - JUL 18, 2017
Bottle at Foldingbro, Denmark. Pours clear amber with small white head. Aroma is orange, hops and fruity. Taste is somewhat malty with some bitternes. Well balanced aftertaste. Tasteful and very enjoyable. martin00sr (4036) - Haderslev, DENMARK - JUL 9, 2017
Clear amber, offwhite head. Malty, fruity aroma, some citrus. Malty flavour, light grapefruit bitterness and malty sweetness. jookos (6762) - FINLAND - MAY 15, 2017
Bottle, shared. Cascadian pine citrussu light greeny floral npse. Med bodied, well bittered, caramelly, hoppy. Bitter finish. Bit bland, decent tho.erling1000 (718) - - MAR 4, 2017
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A danish, amber Pale Ale with light, creamy head. Aroma is caramel, malt, yeast. Taste is bitter.
DraftDodger (1512) - Copenhagen, DENMARK - FEB 25, 2017
Copenhagen 25/2 2017. 75 cl bottle from Fakta. Red version of the unending line of Jacobsen beers. Pours slightly hazy orange with fluffy white head. Settles as very thin layer of patchy foam. Lacing on the side of the glass. Aroma is sharp and bitter without being unpleasant. Light fruitiness and odor of freshly planed wooden floor. Medium carbonation and watery palate. Flavor is medium sweet followed by slightly dominant bitterness - without being extreme in anyway. Aftertaste is bitter. Not terribly interesting - but always nice with a slightly bitter mainstream beer. Milter (942) - Nyborg, DENMARK - JAN 28, 2017
Forventningens glæde var størst. OK øl fra Jacobsen, men ikke en ekstraordinær øl- Savner noget bitterhed. nybol (2200) - DENMARK - APR 24, 2016
Hvad er forskellen på en pale ale, og en IPA? Tja, jeg troede jeg vidste det. Denne meget humlet øl er en pale ale, men måske pga. tørhumlingen, er godt humlet. Blomster og lidt træsmag er det mest fremtrædende. TorbenJensen (1526) - Valby, DENMARK - SEP 6, 2015
Jacobsen’s pale ale is a pure Danish pale ale. There is used Danish malt and Carlsbergs own refined hop variety, Hallertau Mittelfrüh, though grown in Bavaria but only to Carslbergs use. This pale ale is inviting fruity in its aroma and the taste is rich and round and has a nice little sharp hop bitterness that pulls out into a long dry aftertaste. Certainly a well-brewed pale ale, which is completely in line with the well-known great British pale ales. oh6gdx (26488) - Vasa, FINLAND - JUN 13, 2015
Bottled. Amber colour, small off-white head. Aroma is malts, fruits, wood, some earth and a bit rubbery notes. Flavour is very similar with also some grainy notes to it.