Brewed by Nørrebro Bryghus
Style: Traditional Ale
København, Denmark


on tap


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RATINGS: 60   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.1/5   SEASONAL: Special   EST. CALORIES: 165   ABV: 5.5%
Editor’s note: Formerly known as "Nørrebro Fanø Lyng".

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   AROMA 7/10   APPEARANCE 4/5   TASTE 8/10   PALATE 3/5   OVERALL 17/20
bager (2120) - Copenhagen N, - MAR 7, 2009
On tap @ the brewpub. Clear and reddish brown in colour with a small head. Quite herbal with notes of malt, mynth, solantro and a bit floral as well as heathery in aroma.

StoutHead (965) - DENMARK - FEB 18, 2013
On tap at brewery (yeah, backlog). Poured a hazy amber. Aroma was very fruity and ’fresh’. However, this is probably more for the girls (extreme prejudice going on here) than for a guy who loves stouts like me. Short story: I didn’t finish it...it was like drinking the contents of a flower vase. Won’t be missed.

madmitch76 (24789) - , Essex, ENGLAND - MAY 29, 2011
17th May 2009
Copenhagen beer festival. Made with heather and lavender. Clear brown beer. Clean tasting beer with obvious and pleasant herby perfume flavours. Crisp finish.

Lubiere (13898) - Ottawa, Ontario, CANADA - JAN 2, 2011
A reddish amber ale with a thin off white head. A nice sweet herbaceous aroma with licorice, apple nectar, cinnamon, and chinotto. In mouth, a smooth sweet ale with rosebuds, camomille, herbs, chinotto soft drink and lactic points. Lighter bodied. Interesting, but I would not drink a pint of this. Bieropholie import.

rederic (3337) - montréal, Quebec, CANADA - OCT 20, 2010
600ml bottle, dark amber color, with a beige head, nice floral, herbal bouquet nose of heather, lavender, elderberries, wild blueberries, with a mellow cinnamon, nutmeg spicy accent, with kind of chinese thea leaf note and some sweet toasted, biscuity malt, gingerbread, toasted toast aromas follows through on a medium-bodied palate with a good mild heather herbal, spicy cinnamon, nutmeg, gingerbread, fruitcake character with some fruity dried raisin, fig, elderberry notes, with a floral lavender petal undertone, and some sweet backbones of toasted, biscuity, caramelized malt, leading towards a fruity, toasty, spicy cinnamon, nutmeg, herbal finish.

TaktikMTL (7790) - Montréal, Quebec, CANADA - SEP 13, 2010
Bouteille de 600 ml obtenue via Importations Privées Bièropholie. Arôme: Odeur de caramel et de cannelle. Apparence: La couleur est ambrée légèrement voilée avec une très faible densité de bulle. Présence d’un mince col mousseux et d’une fine dentelle sur le verre. Saveur: Goût de caramel légèrement sucré avec une pointe de cannelle et de clou de Girofles. Durée moyenne de l’arrière goût. Palette: Le corps est moyen avec une texture légèrement huileuse. Moyenne effervescence en bouche. Légère présence d’épices en arrière goût. (Rating #3222)

VertBaconStrips (2389) - Blerkablerka, VENEZUELA - AUG 31, 2010
Thanks Boutip! Poured out a very deep amber with a small dissipating tan edge hugging fizz. The aroma is quite spiced and herbed. Mint, ginger, cinnamon, caramel, cookie dough, unleavened bread. Odd scents thankfully are at a manageable potency. Another day and I may have dug this more but I’m influenced by impy stouts which follow this. Cinnamon and ginger up front on the taste, christmasy no doubt. weak clove, light soda feel. caramel, light clove, herbs are under control. Pumpkin pieish for sure for flavour yet not disgustingly so like a pumpkin based brew. Minor carbonation is a bit spritzy, leaves a bit of coating. Finishes out with very mild bitterness and a fading blend of everything. It’s ok but that’s it.

GonZoBeeR (3061) - ste-catherine, Quebec, CANADA - AUG 16, 2010
Aroma:full spicy... Appearance:Clear cooper,light head... Flavor:christmas spices,light caramel....

Brandman (2948) - Helsinki, FINLAND - JUL 14, 2010
Dark amber body, off white head. Aroma of cinnamon, bun, dough, bread. Traditional scottish ale, I think. Sweet roasted malt in flavour. Texture is too thin and watery. Nice beer, but there is something missing.

GRM (4046) - Aylmer, Quebec, CANADA - JUN 10, 2010
Brown bottle, 60 cl, via Importations Privées Bièropholie (merci Hughes!), savoured on June 10 2010; eye: copper with a bronze hue, clear, no effervescence, beige head that turns into a tiny ring, no lacing; nose: light malt, light caramel, unknown odour which is likely heather; mouth: light malt, light caramel, unknown taste which is likely heather, sweet, finale in heather, medium body, not much carbonation, lightly sweet, a bit thin; overall: different FRANÇAIS Bouteille brune, 60 cl, via Importations Privées Bièropholie (merci Hughes!), savourée le 10 juin 2010; œil : cuivre avec une teinte de bronze, claire, pas d’effervescence, mousse beige qui se transforme en un petit anneau, pas de dentelle; nez : léger malt, léger caramel, odeur inconnue qui doit être le bruyère; bouche : léger malt, léger caramel, goût inconnu qui doit être le bruyère, sucré, finale en ce goût inconnu, corps moyen, peu carbonatée, légèrement sucrée, un peu mince; en résumé : différent

MartinT (9880) - Montreal, Quebec, CANADA - MAY 31, 2010
My Bottom Line:
This very floral and herbal Gruit attempts to reach balance with its relatively talkative biscuit and caramel malt flavors, but the intensity of its heather apport make it a rather aggressive pint.

Further Personal Perceptions:
-A veil of foam covers the hazy dark amber.
-While the perfume is engaging, I cannot say this level of floral intensity works well with the soft carbonation and lean dextrins in the mouthfeel.
-Malt flavors do express themselves throughout, but they just can’t quiet the deafening herbs.
-The floral profile has some fruity, orangey characteristics.


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