Brewed by Lervig Aktiebryggeri
Style: American Pale Ale
Stavanger, Norway


on tap

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RATINGS: 505   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.38/5   EST. CALORIES: 141   ABV: 4.7%
Lucky Jack is just about the perfect beer for summer. Grapefruit, tropical fruits and citrus flavours from the Citra and Amarillo hops are apparent in the aroma and taste. But we decided to go one step further and actually make it the perfect summer beer. Beginning this spring (2016), we’re adding grapefruit juice to some of our Lucky Jack tanks. Now you can have all the flavour of Lucky Jack with a twist: a perfect medley of citrus from the addition of grapefruit juice. It’s beautifully refershing on a hot summer day on the deck or at the beach.

Malts: Pilsner and Caramel.
Hops. Perle, Citra, Amarillo, Chinook.

Aroma: grapfruit and citrus.

Food pairings: BBQ chicken and ribs, tortillas and guachamole, fresh fruit salad.Inspirert av iddisen Senior, Stavanger Norway.

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StoutWolf (3) - Tromsø, California, USA - DEC 10, 2015 does not count
Aroma of tropical fruits, raisins, limesorbet, cloroform and olive oil. Taste like citrus, soap, caramel, cereal and grapefruit. Great refreashing hoppyness, and a good drinkable beer that tastes great on the top of any mountain.

Christos (5938) - Arnhem, NETHERLANDS - DEC 10, 2015
(Lervig Lucky Jack) Tap at Borefts ’15. Golden yellow colour on the body, mostly clear, with a small and thin white head, with okay retention. Slightly malty aroma, with nice notes of citrus and grass. Taste has citrus, light orange, lemon and light malts. Medium thin body, carbonation on the hih side. Very good and clean.

rouhlas (4018) - Thessaloniki, GREECE - NOV 23, 2015
UPDATED: JUL 21, 2017 330ml bottle thanks to fugitive. Hazy orange color with white head. Malty and light hoppy aroma, bready, caramel, citrusy fruity, grassy, pine. Sweet and bitter taste like aroma. Medium oily body with soft carbonation.

KeefOz (1982) - Tarragindi, AUSTRALIA - NOV 11, 2015
Poured a cloudy honey brown colour with a one- to two-finger white frothy head that retained very well and laced poorly. Carbonation high and fine. Quite a few small yeast particles settling out. Aroma is light and subtle with passionfruit and hints of citrus (grapefruit). Taste initially of malt sweetness then pine with a nice moderate bitterness; not as good as the aroma. Light body. Crisp with a tangy bitter finish. OK.

alex_leit (5361) - Minsk, BELARUS - NOV 10, 2015
Bottle 330 ml. Golden, light and transparent with white foam. Aroma: tropical fruit, citrus and pine notes. Taste: fruits, citrus, pine in bitter aftertaste. Drinkable.

vinivini (3247) - Gomel, BELARUS - NOV 3, 2015
Cloudy yellow, weak head. Well lacing. Moderate citrussy, floral aroma. Light to medium body. Medium bitter citrussy taste.

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Geese (8) - - OCT 30, 2015 does not count
Cloudy, hoppy, citrusy - what’s not to like. Refreshing and tasty, crisp and tangy. It’s all good

mike_77 (7369) - Breda, NETHERLANDS - OCT 29, 2015
Golden. Thin texture. Very crisp and fresh. Earthy hop flavour. Nicely dry and bitter.

BeerNinjaUK (496) - Wiltshire, ENGLAND - OCT 20, 2015
Pours with a thick head, which dissipates with smooth lacing. Colour is a light amber with a very slight greeny hint. Very light aroma with slight sweet floral notes and a seawater tang. Taste is stronger and much more satisfying with really good bitterness and soft carbonation - hints of banana, oily resin and nutty cereal.

undercurrent25 (2287) - Barnton, Cheshire, ENGLAND - OCT 12, 2015
IMBC 2015 Pours a pale colour, taste is hoppy, easy drinking but not exciting and a bit disappointing

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