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RATINGS: 1399   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.75/5   IBU: 18   EST. CALORIES: 138   ABV: 4.6%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Bottle: Filtered
Longboard Island Lager is a smooth refreshing lager fermented and aged for weeks at cold temperatures to yield its exceptionally smooth flavor. A delicate, slightly spicy hop aroma complements the malty body of this beer.

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3.2
Heathen (1500) - Wilmington, Delaware, USA - DEC 10, 2010
THOUGHTS: The bottle might have been getting a little old because there were a couple floaters, but it still tasted good. I’m not a lager fan, but this was pretty nice. A little fruity for a lager. Seemed a bit like a Kölsch to me. Either way it was a nice, refreshing beer. TECHNICAL: Bottle. poured a pale yellow with nice carbonation and an average to large, white head that mostly diminished and left fair lacing. It also had small particles of a light density in the body. The aroma had light light bread, sour malt and cracker; light to moderate grassy hops; light yeast and lemon and underlying tropical fruit. The initial flavor was light to somewhat sweet, slightly acidic and slightly bitter; while the finish was somewhat sweet, light to moderately sour and light bitter with a short to average duration. There was pale malt, sour lemon, cracker, tropical fruit, a little dough, yeast, grassy and citric hops, and bitter lemon rind. The light body was a little watery and then dry with a bit of fizzy carbonation and a lightly astringent and sort of chalky or dry finish.

2.2
Damico (3146) - Royersford, Pennsylvania, USA - DEC 3, 2010
It pours extremely clear straw colored with a white head. The aroma and flavors are soft floral hop notes that are pleasant. The body is light on top of a light bready lagered beer.

2.1
Nik925 (800) - USA - NOV 20, 2010
Far more than expected for style. A lot of malt flavor remains and is surprising from a lager...esp. at such a low ABV. Pretty mellow, nothing to exciting.

2.4
Ungstrup (38958) - Citizen of the universe, DENMARK - NOV 15, 2010
Draft. A hazy pale yellow beer with a thin beige head. The aroma has notes of malt as well as lighter notes of straw. The flavor is sweet with notes of malt and lighter notes of citrus, leading to a bitter finish. Boring - a bit like a macro lager.

3.2
Jow (4170) - Orlando, Florida, USA - NOV 9, 2010
On tap at Foxwoods food & wine festival although I remember drinking this on my honeymoon in Hawaii 5 years ago so please mark that down. Pours gold and tastes of corn, hay, yeast, and light spice. Its clean and crisp and after all the wine and fine foods was very refreshing.

3.5
erickok (6036) - Leuven, BELGIUM - NOV 5, 2010
Slightly hazy, yellow beer and foamy head. Some citrus, as expected, yeast. Quite a dry, hoppy taste for the style. Good flavour yet a bit one sided. Aftertaste a bit soapy. Decent beer.

2.7
HenrikSoegaard (14710) - Randers, DENMARK - NOV 5, 2010
Bottle. Courtesy Jon DØE Randers. Frothy white fair mostly deminishing head. Cloudy yellow colour. Light malty and hopy aroma. Moderate bitter flavor. Average light bitter finish. Oily palate.

2.4
Zita (6331) - Assentoft, DENMARK - NOV 5, 2010
bread, nuts, yellow pale,clear, white foam, light sweetness, lightly bitter, salty, light body, oily feel, lively.

2.8
saxo (19583) - Højbjerg, Aarhus, DENMARK - NOV 5, 2010
Bottle. Nice head with good duration. Color is pale golden. Aroma and taste are malt, grass, citrus and hops.

3.1
Theis (15150) - Frederiksberg, DENMARK - NOV 2, 2010
Bottle at Sunroute Shinjuku Hotel. Clear yellow/golden - white head. Grassy, citrus, hay, straw, light grainy, light sulfor, cereal, light notes of corn. Nice - pleasant.


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