Steely (241) - , SWEDEN - SEP 29, 2010
Pitch black color with a thin tan head. Aroma of dark roasted malt with lots of milky chocolate and some coffee. Light flavor of roasted malt and that nice combination of chocolate and coffee. Surprisingly thin and light body. Dunbar72 (136) - Göteborg, SWEDEN - OCT 14, 2011
Pours black with a medium sized light brown head. Lots of coffee in the aroma, dark chocolate and nuts. Pretty bitter to the taste, coffee, chocolate and dark malts. Some souress. Diar (121) - SWEDEN - MAR 12, 2011
fl 50cl, 5,0%
Very dark with a tint of red. Not too thick roasted foam.
Bit musty aroma with some hops and a touch of coffee.
Low sweetness in taste, low bitterness too. Has a bit ashy, sour taste.
Not too intersting after, some bitterness and some coffee. deflagro (106) - Vancouver, British Columbia, CANADA - NOV 10, 2009
Bottle. Dark brown with rather small head. Smell is quite roasted and a bit acidic with a sooty note. Taste is pleasantly sooty, almost a bit smoky and heavily roasted with some acidity and some sweetness. Low bitterness. Really nice, but not extraordinary, schwarzbier. jongo (85) - Stockholm, Sweden, SWEDEN - SEP 18, 2010
Bottle. Seethru black with reddish hue. Aroma is coffee and chocolate and so is flavor. When its cold the carbonation is harsh there´s a little metal in there plus that typical lager flavor I don´t like. Get´s better as it warms up and the CO2 lives the glass. It´s an ok beer. Do this wort with aleyeast and we be talkin´.
JavierAldea (31) - , SPAIN - JUL 21, 2011
Bottle on stain from Manneken Beer in Pamplona. Czech style black beer made in Sweden, Hints of chocolate, cofee, caramel and a milky and citric end, A good one.
Jotaigna (9) - AUSTRALIA - SEP 21, 2011 does not count
This is my first schwartzbeer ever so I kinda relate it to what I already know, kinda like a porter. Aroma is of roasted/chocolate/coffe malt. Appearance is very dark, with no light through it at all, almost "peat bog" like, head retention is ok but my glass may be dirty. Taste is sharp roasted malt, very little hints of fermentation, nutty and coffee like. The palate is a nice roastines and a bit stoutish in how thick and gooey it pours. (think of swedish licorice here). Overall I was expecting an octoberfest and its more like right drink for a short swedish autumn