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RATINGS: 73   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.94/5   EST. CALORIES: 195   ABV: 6.5%
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Editor’s note: brewed by Klosterbryggeriet at Indslev Bryggeri.

Danish: Årsøllen er brygget med respekt for cisterciensermunkenes udbredelse af ølbrygningen i Europa tilpasset nutidens krav om ensartet kvalitet og friskhed i smag. Årsøl er en dobbelt bock øl kobberfarvet, hvor der er anvendt 4 forskellige malte, blåbær for at give smag og farve, igen er der brugt Hallertauer humle.

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3.1
Enjoyit (3809) - Vadum, DENMARK - SEP 26, 2011
Clear amber of color with a foamy off white head. An aroma of caramel metallic, hops and hay. A flavor of caramel, malt, sweets, toffee and weak nuts. A nice beer.

2.8
Zita (6331) - Assentoft, DENMARK - SEP 21, 2011
light fruity and sweet aroma,amber, hazy, minimal head, light sweetness, lightly bitter, light body, oily feel, light bitter finish.

3.1
Rasmus40 (22683) - Beder, Aarhus, DENMARK - AUG 15, 2011
Hazy orange with an off-white head. Aroma is sweet malty, caramel and light fruity. Flavor is quite sweet and moderate bitter. Dry and moderate bitter finish. Soft. 230110

3.2
BoBoChamp (5754) - Gent, BELGIUM - FEB 7, 2011
50cl, new Danish brew Anno 2008, with blueberries, thx to Mikael & Ronny!, complex brew, malty and slightly fruity, yet balanced, hazy, good head, nice brew

3
chrisv10 (18832) - DENMARK - OCT 31, 2010
50 cl bottle. Murky brown/amber with small tan head. Flavour is malt, sweet, caramel, blueberries and spices.

3.4
ClubGonzo (5683) - Bergen, NORWAY - JUL 24, 2010
Pours a clear, light brown body with a medium off-white head. Aroma is molasses, vanilla and blueberries, with grassy undertones. Taste is marzipan, blueberries and molasses, with hints of caramel. The blueberry element is subtle enough to blend easily with the rest of the brew, giving me a pleasant surprise as I’ve yet new to most of the kriek-genre and particularly the use of blueberries in beer. Perhaps a bit too sweet, but generally quite drinkable. A very decent brew.

3.2
flemmingwillum (1246) - Nysted, DENMARK - JUN 15, 2010
Rating #361, bottle from Metro

Murky caramel-brown beer with an airy white head with good duration. Aroma was the vague spot of this beer, with only caramel and a certain fruityness as dominating factors. Some metallicness seemed to be traceable, too. The taste was a nice surprise with a lot of yeast, caramel, chocolate and a nice fruityness with berry-notes; however I couldn’t specifically tell if it was blueberries or not. Sweet and toffee-like finish with a bit hops. Medium body and creamy mouthfeel. All in all a better beer than expected, and absolutely worth a try.

2.7
Plovmand (8702) - Grindsted, DENMARK - APR 21, 2010
Bottle. Amber body with a medium white head. The aroma is caramel and some fruit. The flavour is sweet caramel, dark fruit and light hops. Pretty one dimensional.

2.5
NMC01 (70) - DENMARK - APR 5, 2010
Sweet and weird. Definitely not my style of beer and a funny "bock" with Belgian yeast?! This taste more like Belgian dubbel with some berry additive. Nice foam and appearance.

3.2
yngwie (17365) - Kristiansand, NORWAY - FEB 26, 2010
Bottle, at Esbjerg Beerfestival. An unclear, golden beer with an orange tint. Beige head. There’s a vegetal hint in the aroma, with caramel, spices and white sugar. Caramel and dried fruits in the flavor, some fresh fruits as well. Notes of white sugar, bitterness and a hint of spices blend in. The finish has a nice bitterness, and some orange. Full-bodied, sweet and decently carbonated. An easy drinkable beer with a bit too much sugar. 091023


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