Brewed by Nils Oscar
Style: Amber Lager/Vienna
Nyköping, Sweden


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RATINGS: 349   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.34/5   EST. CALORIES: 156   ABV: 5.2%
This beer has its orgin in the Bavarian beer type ’festbier’ or ’oktoberfestbier’. Like ’festbier’ and ’vienna style beer’, Nils Oscar Kalasöl is of a somewhat darker type. The Nils Oscar Kalasöl is produced with both münchenermalt, dark caramelmalt, chocolatmalt and some roasted barley. The choice of hops is a mix of four kinds where the most characteristic are brittish fuggles, american cascade and czech saaz.
Kalasöl is a rounded beer with a mildly roasted breadish character. It can be recommended together with heavy foods, like joints of roast meat, spicy stews, broiled meat and fowl.

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maeib (8751) - Wootton, Northampton, Northamptonshire, ENGLAND - SEP 20, 2006
UPDATED: OCT 23, 2009 Bottled - Bruxellensis - Courtesy of Dan Shelton - A light ruby coloured beer with amalty grainy aroma. The taste is also malty and grainy- maybe bready? A little fruit and a little grass. Interesting but nowt special.Score 3.2
Subsequent rating scored 3.4. Average becomes 3.3

elektronikfagtekniker (891) - kbh, DENMARK - SEP 15, 2006
bottle. clear copper color. slightly alcohollic. malty and dry. bitter finnish. blah.

spporras (259) - FINLAND - SEP 5, 2006
(Bottle BB 10/2006) Fruity, hoppy, slightly roasted and slightly caramel aroma. Red brown colour, bright but some very small particles, slightly sparkling and average size, white, more or less fully diminishing head with fair lacing. Caramel, roasted malty, slightly bitter and fruity (citrus) flavour. Softly carbonated and medium-bodied palate. Good, well balanced beer! 21/08/06

voota (765) - Melbourne, AUSTRALIA - SEP 2, 2006
Clear light copper in colour with a small bubbly off-white head. Spicy hop nose with plenty of caramel. The body is quite dry and bitter, with some metallic bitterness also coming through in the finish. Its not an overly interesting beer, but has good balance and a full body. Expected more considereing the premium that Nils put on their beers.

thebeertourist (5189) - Oslo, NORWAY - SEP 1, 2006
Bottle. Clear, deep amber colour with a creamy offwhite head. Caramel aroma with toffee notes. Some grassy hoppiness in the nose as well. Good malty flavours, definite smoked and cellar character, ending dry. Medium to full-bodied. Quite a pleasant surprise this one, though more of a Bambergisch Rauchbier meeting a Biere de Garde than just a Festbier

NosirIwont (2573) - Husum, DENMARK - AUG 23, 2006
Bottle. One month past ’best before’. Pours clear amber/brown with a dense beige head. Great sweetish hoppy aroma with notes of malt. Fruity notes appear as it warms. Flavour is hoppy with a decent, well-balanced bitterness, smoked notes that aren’t insistant and a malty sweetness. Finish is bitter and dry with apple notes. Could do with a little less carbonation. 24-08-06.

Furseth (2165) - Kungälv, SWEDEN - AUG 12, 2006
Bottle: Red colour,with a nice white foam. Aroma of hops,sweet chocolate nose. Flavor is smokey,bitter, with a flowery ending. Medium body, medium finish.

henrikb (1263) - Aarhus, DENMARK - AUG 9, 2006
Amber orange, white head; Pleasant nose with some metallic notes; Body is quite bitter; Long bitter finish with quite a lot of aroma.

gunnfryd (15175) - Kristiansand, NORWAY - AUG 9, 2006
Bottle. Amber colour with a beige head. Flavour is hop, roasted caramel, fruitiness.

Finn (7916) - Tromsø, NORWAY - JUL 27, 2006
Bottle 0,33l. Clear brown colour. A small off-white head. A watery flavour with hints of burnt malt. A dry finish with some sweet bitterness. Unvaried.

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