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Kissmeyer Beer
Brewed at Ørbæk Bryggeri

Style: American Pale Ale
Charlottenlund, Denmark

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RATINGS: 131   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.32/5   IBU: 35   EST. CALORIES: 180   ABV: 6%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Editor’s note: Previously called ’Kissmeyer West Coast Pale Ale’

English: Dry, crisp, medium malty body, medium smooth bitternes, big, fruity hop aroma and flavour. Think a bolder and more aromatic version of Sierra Nevada Pale Ale.

(13.3 % P, 6.0 % ABV, 35 IBU, Colour 20 – 25 EBC).

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3.9
nybol (2311) - DENMARK - JUL 10, 2017
Aroma af fyrrenåle, milde frugter og græs. Smager af abrikos, metallisk græs og milde fyrretræ nål (der er virkelig smagt efter her!). Det minder mig en smule af Sierra Nevada Pale Ale

3.1
Gr0ve (2176) - Oslo, NORWAY - JUN 23, 2012
500 ml bottle. Light brown and clear. Medium-sized off-white head that clings to the glass. Nutty spicy aromas. Reminds me more of a brown ale than a pale ale. Rounded nutty sweet malty flavours. Quite rich. Malt driven instead of by hops. Some bitterness but it’s all well hidden. Biscuits and fresh bread. Well balanced and nicely drinkable.

3.5
ken1 (2079) - DENMARK - APR 21, 2012
A good pale ale. Nice bitterness and well rounded. Flowery notes. Dark amber with a white head.

3.1
tfredvik (2027) - Oslo, NORWAY - AUG 21, 2012
Clear, dark amber colour (uh, this is a pale ale, isn’t it?) with a very light brown colour that lasts for some time and leaves some lacing. The aroma is rather strong and highly unusual for an APA, it’s malt driven with sweet dark caramel and even some hints of raisins, and the fruity elements are of the dark kind. Moderate sweet taste that lasts into the aftertaste, also a light bitterness in the quite long-lasting finish. The flavours follow the malty path laid out by the aroma: sweet dark caramel, toasted notes, raisin and dark fruits. Good mouthfeel, creamy and smooth texture and quite soft carbonation. Some faint traces of metal in the finish, but not very disturbing. A nice ale, but not something for the hopheads out there.
[50 cl bottle, enjoyed 6 months before BB date, from Vinmonopolet Vika, Oslo]

3
Foffern (1963) - Bodø, NORWAY - JUL 8, 2012
Bottle. Pours a clear amber colour with a medium frothy light beige head. Wood and leather in the aroma with also a touch of sweet berries and sweet candy. Also a lot of wood, leather and bread in the flavour as well. Soft and slick mouthfeel. Bitterness = light+. An okay pale ale, fine balance with a small hop bite.

3.7
Japalo (1887) - DENMARK - NOV 20, 2011
UPDATED: JAN 27, 2014 Bottle. Citrus floral combined with banana cara- cereal aromas. Bitter finish. Strong ale with lots of taste. Rerated 27/1-14. Copper. One finger. Grassy spicy notes. Stale dry. Interesting!!

2.3
kschep (1707) - DENMARK - MAR 30, 2011
Nose is weak grape, medium hops, little sweet, finish is cooked vegetables Feel is mediumbroad carb is medium taste is menthol, lots of mediumbitter hops, red grape, later weak notes of

3.5
DraftDodger (1660) - Copenhagen, DENMARK - AUG 16, 2015
Copenhagen 16/8 2015. 33 cl bottle from SuperBrugsen. Very minimalistic look - sold as "local production" in the supermarket. Pours hazy orange with fluffy white head. Settles as 0,3 cm layer of foam with some lacing. Aroma is intense citrus with some sweet notes of exoctic fruit. A little acidic. Medium carbonation. Taste is rather bitter with lemon and citrus providing sourness. Dry finish with bitter aftertaste. Fresh summer beer if you enjoy bitter sour beer.

3.2
JK54B (1602) - Helsinki, FINLAND - APR 7, 2011
Draught at Hilpeä Hauki. Sweet malty nose. Creamy pale beige head. Coppery colour. Sourish malty and hoppy tatse. Slight hints of lemon. Average hoppiness. At the end hoppy bitterness. Soft and easy to drink.

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GJF (1520) - Mount Vernon, Iowa, USA - MAY 12, 2013
Mixed bag here. I’ve had two bottles at Lincoln Wine Bar. The first seemed pretty nice, a light, citrusy pale ale. The second however was either off or it didn’t strike me as well. Barely finished the 2nd one, so an average rating between the two.


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