Brewed by Lervig Aktiebryggeri
Style: Amber Ale
Stavanger, Norway


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RATINGS: 390   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.35/5   EST. CALORIES: 141   ABV: 4.7%
Et middels fyldig øl med frisk og fruktig smak. Maltsødmen balanserer bitterheten fra humlen og gir ølet en rund og frodig karakter. Hoppy times.

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Borkowski (56) - POLAND - MAR 17, 2017
aroma of cytrus, lime, ceylon tea. Red-orange coloured beer, with taste of strong black tea with a lot of sugar. Not bad

Excalibur123 (499) - Soria, SPAIN - MAR 14, 2017
Ámbar oscuro con abundante cabeza de espuma de larga retención; aromas a caramelo, malta tostada, esteres frutales y flores; entrada ligera, refrescante con bajo amargor al inicio del trago; cuerpo medio ligero y correcta carbonatación, notas a cereal y lúpulo, corto retrogusto maltoso, cerveza correcta y fácil de beber.

sokuzs1 (1425) - POLAND - MAR 12, 2017
Aroma: black tea with sugar, caramel, some citrus Taste: heavy sweet, medium bitter, caramel, black tea’ish, cane sugar, citrus, resin

NORSAND (107) - Lillestrøm, NORWAY - FEB 23, 2017
(Bottled exactly 14 days ago, so essentially super fresh) Pours reddish-brown with a lasting head. Nose: A dryish hoppy character (resin and pollen rather than fruity citrus) and some malt sweetness, quite well balanced. As the beer heats up and the glass empties a sweaty, not too pleasant aroma appears. Taste: More of the same. It’s the hops which dominate the arrival, with the maltiness coming through in the mid palate. Again the hops is not very fruity but rather of a "dry" type. The malt tastes medium deep/dark/brown, meaning barley and dry caramel notes. Medium bodied with medium rich carbonation. The sweetness from the malt does shine through in the finish and the bitter-sweet aftertaste though, making this a well orchestrated and balanced taste experience. On the negative side one might say that there is not much complexity here, but it’s a well made, well balanced and drinkable beer, in the crossroads between hoppy vs. malt driven and dry vs. fruity vs. sweet beer styles.

michael_bb (121) - Barcelona, SPAIN - FEB 5, 2017
33cl can. Lively amber colour and 1inch head that doesn’t last too long. Typical aroma for an amber ale, not too strong. A hoppy touch at first that gets weaker after a while. The taste is not too special but it leaves a nice long finish

rferrey (132) - Huelva, SPAIN - FEB 2, 2017
Amber muy bien balanceada, bastante lupulo, algo de cafe, final que amarguea, apta para todos pero a la vez muy completa

tanel025 (156) - ESTONIA - JAN 31, 2017
Aroma: mostly hops. Amber liquid with light head. Taste is mainly hops. Slightly bitter aftertaste, not lasting. Nothing interesting.

CraftBeerNick (2614) - London Town, Greater London, ENGLAND - JAN 28, 2017
Can at home, 28th January 17. Pours a light red, head. Aroma is metallic, slight hops, caramel. Taste is mild, slight hops, light body. OK but fairly dull

graham_murphy (684) - - JAN 22, 2017
A huge fan of red IPAs. This is a little bit light in the body and could be sweeter in the malt. But the hops are good. Would work well for a winter session or as a break between IPAs.

john44 (3111) - SW London, Greater London, ENGLAND - JAN 3, 2017
Bottle. Bought Aug 2012; BBE undated; Drank Dec 2012 - Orangey Gold in colour. Fruity; grapefruit and orange citrus. Hoppy; piney and grassy hops. Malty; toasty malts, caramel. Sweet citrus fruity throughout, leading to a slightly bitter finish. Easy drinking. (2012-12-30)

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