lassem (660) - Copenhagen, DENMARK - OCT 5, 2009
I have really been looking forward to rate this beer that must be the first danish beer directly ordered to a restaurant awarded with an michelin-star. The thai restaurant Kiin Kiin. This beer itself is a nice comment to the "wine contra beer" discussion that often takes place round dinner tables. Clear golden like fine apple cider with a head that a pretty thick and snow white. The nose is pretty spicy with some pepper, malts and citric notes. The taste is very fresh with a watery palate - and you feel like drinking most of your glass in one. I can really imagine that it would go perfectly to food with some spicy charecter. The lemongrass contributes to the freshness that has other citric notes too. The finish is long and bitter with a bite Prokroustis (745) - Thessaloniki, GREECE - NOV 7, 2011
Clear amber body with a white head. Great hoppy aroma with orange, caramel and spices. Fully carbonated palate. Nice spicy and hoppy flavour with a dry finish. madmitch76 (25537) - , Essex, ENGLAND - JUN 21, 2012
30th June 2010Stuu666 (14806) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - MAR 13, 2015
Hazy amber beer. Made with lemongrass and coriander. Frothy white head. Slightly soft palate, just a little dry. Creamy malt with a trace of tea. Pleasant fresh lemon and orange not bitter or sweet - just fresh. Finishes with creamy malt. Clever beer - definitely would go with spicy food but is great solo as well.
Bottle at home and in Brewdog Edinburgh. Pours clear amber,aroma and taste of chinese spices, citrus, lemongrass. Geiserich (4595) - Linz, AUSTRIA - AUG 7, 2015
Bottle: Orange color, white head. Nose is fresh, spicy, light herbal with notes of lemongrass, fresh crushed coriander, ice tea, herb tea, oranges. Flavor is also quite spicy with again coriander and lemon grass, herbal hops, pine, herbal bitterness. Bit like an spiced IPA, really nice,
thewolf (12797) - Kolding, DENMARK - NOV 7, 2009
Bottle, bought @ Ricemarket, Cph.77ships (11026) - Antwerpen, BELGIUM - MAY 27, 2012
Pours hazy yellow-ish golden with a fine, small, creamy, off-white head. Lovely malty aroma, some citrus, ginger and coriander to back it up with a fine note of piney hops. Medium, yet prickly carbonation. Fine and rather fat mouthfeel. Flavour is malty sweet, some good dryness. The lemongrass sticks out well, but it isn’t a bad thing. Very nice dry finish. Lovely, fresh and instantly drinkable.
33 cl. bottle @ Delirium Hoppy Loft // bright amber with a fluffy white ehad // s is light American hops, spices, lemongrass, hints of something coriander-esque // t is light yeast, very light pine, lightly fruity upfront spices, caramel, malt, herbs, lightly fruity, touch lemongrass in the finish, inkling of coriander before the lemongrass pops up // medium bodied // less pale lager-esque than I thought this might be, an okay-ish beer, can imagine this working with asian food, probably how I should have had it andyhwcinc (1886) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - MAY 29, 2014
Purchased at Mikkeller & Friends in Copenhagen, DK; enjoyed at my hotel room area in Stockholm, SW. Appearance is a lightly brownish gold with a very fizzy and frothy light tan head. Aroma definitely has an Asian flair, with a bit of soy sauce, spice, lemongrass, green tea, smells pretty good. Taste goes down nicely, has a definite lemongrass finish, nice and dry, there’s a nice light pilsner malty finish as well. I think this is a pretty good one, wish I had this with food, but that’s alright. andrepintado (3660) - Porto, PORTUGAL - SEP 7, 2014
33cl bottle from cerveteca lisboa, portugal. Color is copper. Head is persistent head. Medium bitterness. Low sweetness. Aroma is citrusy, hoppy, spicy. Leighton (22301) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - JUL 28, 2012
Bottle at the CBC Tune-Up, London. Pours clear gold with a medium, white foam head. Mild piney hop nose. Light to medium sweet flavor with light toast, caramel and pine. Medium bodied with fine to average carbonation. More of the same to finish. It’s nice, though nothing too interesting.