oppear (112) - Tallinn, - DEC 2, 2013Skinnyviking (9550) - Copenhagen, DENMARK - APR 14, 2017
UPDATED: DEC 3, 2013 Looks liquidised bread indeed, and smells of bread, hops, sour-sweet, as if expecting black-ipa, all in a medium way. Taste is sour rye... carbonation kicks in with slight watery side, accompanied with chokeberry, in the end rubbery not. Rye overall lets itself be known through most phases described, but perhaps closer to bottles end sour note lingers without an adittional taste accompany?
Draught at Porgu. Medium high creamy lasting white head. Pitch black body. Powerful roasted malt coffee aroma. Highly carbonated dry and pretty hoppy coffee caramel flavor. Long finish. phfyysik (1249) - Tartu, ESTONIA - MAR 14, 2017
Pours dark brown with very light beige head. Aroma is rye, raisin, full corn bread, some caramel, biscuit, light sourness, light sweetness. Taste is roast, bread, rye, some caramel, dried fruits, corn, some sweetness, light smoke. Nice beer! markomagi (55) - ESTONIA - FEB 10, 2017
What can I say – the best rye beer I tasted so far. Much better than previous Estonian rye beers. Rask0lnikov (1244) - Tallinn, ESTONIA - JAN 19, 2017
330ml bottle. Slightly hazy dark brown colour. Thin line of beige froth on top. Slight sweetness, chocolate, hints of some spices, cocoa in the aroma. Caramelly, slightly chocolaty beginning. Bit watery. Notes of caramel. Rather watery, malty finish. Slightly sour, bready, bit watery aftertaste. Light bodied, rather low carbonated, bit watery brew. Has some aspects which remind kvass. Drinkable. BeerNinjaUK (463) - Wiltshire, ENGLAND - JAN 17, 2017
Beer in subscription box. Great and unusual aroma - bags of rye, cereal and sweetness. It pretty much tastes like a sandwich, but in a really good way. Comfort food in a bottle! Love it.
berkshirejohn (6444) - Bracknell, Berkshire, ENGLAND - JAN 6, 2017
33cl bottle from Beer52.com. A peaty brown pour with a tight beige head; sweet aroma with some caramel and rye; quite lively in the mouth with a sweet rye bread taste and a spicy, malty body; then a light herbal bitterness, and a bready finish. Certainly what you’d expect liquidised dark rye bread, spread with treacle, to taste like. mR_fr0g (11894) - Hertfordshire, ENGLAND - DEC 27, 2016
Bottle shared at Borefts Beer Festival 7th edition day 1 25/09/2016. Many thanks. Aroma is spicy rye bread, strawberry, grainy, jammy. A reddy amber coloured pour. Flavour is composed of earthy rye bread, tangy, little Sweet and caramel, wheat, woody. Palate is semi sweet, highish carbonation. Decent. madnorwegian (220) - FRANCE - DEC 16, 2016
Not a huge fan of this one. Strong rye aromas and flavor reminding me of rye whiskey. OK with the distinctive approach of the specialty grain here but not very well done. 0 head from the bottle to glass pour. Zero. Very light carbonation. Almost creamy. Almost like a stout. DwarfeD (3442) - Amersfoort, NETHERLANDS - DEC 10, 2016
33cl bottle shared at home. Hazy brown with a medium off-white head. Medium body with moderate carbonation. Herbal hoppiness with subtle sweet tones. Pine, laurel, licorice and malts. Very bad combination of tastes, bleh! CloakedDagger (2435) - - OCT 3, 2016
Bottle 33 cl. Pours a hazy nutty brown with a very frothy and lively beige head. Very rustic and spicy nose, must be solid proportions of rye used. Medium body, again a very rustic flavor, spicy, rich, very different but pleasant - somewhat minerally. Some late, solid hops. Interesting. 031016