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Brewed by Midtfyns Bryghus
Style: Barley Wine
Årslev, Denmark
Serve in Snifter

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RATINGS: 211   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.5/5   EST. CALORIES: 300   ABV: 10%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Danish: Barley Wine (Bygvin) stammer helt tilbage fra Napoleonskrigene, hvor englænderne måtte finde et alternativ til vin, da man anså det for upatriotisk at drikke franske vine. Midtfyns Barley Wine er også et godt alternativ til vin, og den passer godt til milde og cremede oste, men også til ”fed” mad som ” Osso Buco”, kalvekæber eller svineskank, eventuelt marineret i vores Barley Wine. Den høje alkoholstyrke og bitterhed suppleres godt af maltsødmen, og smagen af karamel, sirup og egetræ, gør denne Barley Wine til en øl med mange og varme smagsnuancer.

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3.9
SlovakSniper (5561) - Candiac, Quebec, CANADA - MAR 19, 2013
(50 cl. Meilleure avant le 30-05-2014) Un vin d’orge ambré qui développe une mousse dense et pleine de ténacité. Une dentelle éparse qui évolue sur la paroi de mon verre. Un nez très intéressant. Une fondation richement maltée. Du caramel fruité et du toffee anglais. Des notes de brandy et des effluves de vanille. Une réflexion houblonnée épicée et herbeuse. Des saveurs qui ne peuvent décevoir mes papilles. Un malt abondant, réchauffé par un alcool floral et poivré, avec, comme ultime munition, la beauté savoureuse d’une fine liqueur fruitée. En bouche, un vin d’orge qui propose un corps dense, huileux et pourvu d’un pétillement mobile. Une finale toute en douceur, décadente par ses déclinaisons céréalières, et justement sauvée par un alcool chaud et parfumé qui s’impose avec opportunité. Une bière riche et voluptueuse qui ne révolutionne pas le style mais qui me permet de passer un moment agréable et presque enchanteur.

3.8
Eructoblaster (4205) - Gatineau, Quebec, CANADA - MAR 15, 2013
Bottle - 500ml. Pours a cloudy amber/caramel body with a thin off-white creamy head. Sharp hoppy taste with citrusy, vanilla, and some woody hints. Alcohol is perfectly hidden. Its hoppy taste carries fruity, yeasty, and caramel notes. Texture is soft and finish is vineous, warming. Very enjoyable.

2.5
jfb (6269) - GERMANY - MAR 13, 2013
(bottle) pours a murky ruby-brown colour with a frothy off-white head. aroma of red grapes, caramel and powdered sugar, slightly meaty, with a hint of cola and raisins. flavour is very sweet, raisins, caramel and sweet spices are dominant, with some notes of herbal hops and powdered sugar. medium to heavy-bodied with soft carbonation. much too sweet.

3.9
Rastacouere (6177) - Montreal, Quebec, CANADA - MAR 11, 2013
Terracotta pour, clear, yet quite sedimented at the bottom, covered by a quickly fading head. Highly aromatic, very English aroma where vibrant fruity esters poke the rich biscuity, caramelly, honeyed, toffee laden, sweet yet satisfyingly balanced toasted maltiness. Brightly extracted malt flavours quickly bring that ale to sweetness levels that are beyong my usual preferences. Its almost intense fruitiness, of an almost juicy nature, especially taking into account the very soft, almost timid carbonation, acts as a counterbalance to the malt’s sweetness, bringing the focus to a vinous territory, one of a dessert wine, perhaps, but one where ample, chewy texture never feels quite syrupy and minimal, tea-like hops, maintain the focus with eloquence. Broad fruit range covered here: plum, peach, white grape ans strawberry: a fruit salad amid a strong cerealic foundation. Staying two-dimensional throughout - fruit and caramelly malts - but doing it with conviction and no abuse. Surprisingly very impressive to me.

3.4
RasmusOtt (2764) - Aarhus, DENMARK - MAR 4, 2013
Pours orange amber with a tiny beige head. Aroma of thick sweet caramel, apple pie, ripe plums, toffee, dates and a little bit of alcohol. Taste of sweet caramel, a bit of alcohol, apples, toffee, dates, plums and with a rather dry and flat end.

3.4
rodenbach99 (4572) - Longueuil, Quebec, CANADA - FEB 28, 2013
Bouteille de 50cl. Meilleure avant le 30.05.2014. 10,0 alc/vol. Gros pssst à l’ouverture, grosse mousse sur une bière brune trouble. Le nez est presque tout en caramel. En bouche le liquide est sucré, facile à boire. Une touche de houblon agrémente cette masse de malt. Simple et peu complexe, facile à boire.

3.6
berlinoise2go (689) - NORWAY - FEB 9, 2013
Bottle (50cl). Finger-thick off-white, semi-sticky head, fairly good retention. Murky amber colour. Aroma of malt, oak, caramel, ripe fruit (banana, pear, yellow apple), yeast, marzipan. Full body, quite flat carbonation. Sweet malty-fruity taste, balanced by a slowly growing bitterness, and a mild acidity.

3.3
lusikka (7813) - Tampere, FINLAND - JAN 26, 2013
500 ml bottle.
Pours a cloudy amber brown colour with a white foamy head. Aroma of strong gooseberries, nettles and caramel. Flavour of strong caramel malts, sweet berries, gooseberries, nettles and hay. Medium bodied, oily mouthfeel and a very sweet finish. Decent.

3.4
tiong (7278) - Espoo, FINLAND - JAN 26, 2013
500ml bottle

BBE 15-03-2014 - Pours dark orange with a foamy white head. Aroma of sticky sweet syrupy notes, hints of caramel, gooseberries and spices. Taste is sweet, malty, caramely with notes of gooseberries and syrup. Finish is sweetish and caramely. Decent, quite sweet and malty barley wine.

3.6
olio (10286) - Tampere, FINLAND - JAN 26, 2013
50 cl bottle. BBE 15.03.2014.
Pours clear copper-amber color with a medium sized head. Aroma of goose berry bush, some ripe fruits, caramel, toffee and hay. Flavor of toffee, caramel, ripe fruits, hay, some hops and malts, some "danish berries" though. Decent.
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