joergen (27983) - Frederiksberg, DENMARK - NOV 19, 2011
Can at yespr.
Clear orange coloured with a small white head.
Sweet and malty aroma of caramel and bread.
Malty flavour of caramel, bread and hops.
Malty and bready finish. dr.dod (483) - Szeged, HUNGARY - AUG 23, 2011
500ml can, Serbia. Very nice long lasting foam, normal Co2. It’s red-brown colour and a good coffee, and caramel smell. The beer taste is rather dried plum with some smoke aftertaste. Altogether it is a good beer for the price! yespr (44810) - Copenhagen O, DENMARK - NOV 17, 2011
50 cl can. Pours clear and golden deep amber with a small tan head. Aroma is roasted malty and breadish. Dark malty, liqourice and breadish. Lasting liqourice and roasted malty finish. Papsoe (25063) - Frederiksberg, DENMARK - NOV 17, 2011
Can 50 cl. Courtesy of yespr. Pours a clear orangey brown with a small beige head. Dry roasty aroma, some licorice up there too. Solid body, dry roast and licorice with a fairly bitter roasty finish. 171111 Pinball (12061) - Copenhagen, DENMARK - NOV 17, 2011
clear dark amber, smooth offwhite head.
mild aroma , slightly caramelly sweet.
flavor is licorice, malts, bitter malts, bitter licorice , bitter herbal note. quite special, but interesting.
CH-303 (2197) - Fribourg, SWITZERLAND - OCT 17, 2011
Many thanks to Jasenko I for bringing the bottle from Bosnia!Ungstrup (37309) - Citizen of the universe, DENMARK - NOV 19, 2011
Appearance: Redish dark brown. Clear. Some light tan head.
Aroma: Malt and caramel. Quite sweet.
Taste: More malt and sweetness. Quite nice!
Info: 330ml bottle, 17/10-2011
Can. A red-brown beer with a thin off-white head. The aroma has notes of caramel and malt. The flavor is sweet with notes of malt, caramel, butterscotch, and metal, leading to a dry and lightly roasted finish. Thanks yespr for sharing. luttonm (6169) - Seattle, Washington, USA - MAY 22, 2010
Mysterious appearance at Black Turtle Pub in Belgrade, Serbia. Confirmations from the pub on the origin and name of the beer but otherwise no info anywhere. .5l draft, dark brown ale-like pour. Body is quite light and sour like their normal macro lager. Not too much by way of body or taste like other dark beers, in this region or otherwise. A bit ruby red and amber in appearance underneath a mild foam head. Real odd, but not horrible. heavy (2817) - Split, CROATIA - FEB 8, 2011
21/01 0.33 l bottle courtesy of Marko, thanks for sharing! It poured clear, dark red body with brownish head. Roasted malt, specifically caramel, sugar and coffee in aroma. Flavor was interesting, yet common for dunkels, caramel sweetish almost subdued with coffee. It gives a bit harsh and crude finish over its medium body, but still predominately sweet in caramel way. Not bad for a macro. as (180) - Belgrade / Hamburg, - AUG 25, 2010
Draft, bottled and canned. ABV is 6,2%. Reddish brown color, caramel and coffee aromas traceable from time to time, more so in the draft version. The main problem of this beer becomes apparent right away - it’s way to thin and watery. After that comes the metallic / sour aftertaste, which is also unpleasant. Considering it’s taste and alcohol level, this beer seems like a ripoff of Nikšićko Tamno, the other widely available Dunkel in Serbia. Weak beer for this style but still nice that a macro like Carlsberg Serbia finally introduced something that’s not a Pale lager.