Brewed by Sillamäe Õlletehas
Style: Amber Lager/Vienna
Sillamäe, Ida-Virumaa, Estonia


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RATINGS: 44   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.97/5   EST. CALORIES: 189   ABV: 6.3%
Strong amber beer. In his taste is distinguished characteristic to light beer hop, and peculiar to dark beer caramel malt.

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omhper (25262) - Tyresö, SWEDEN - JUL 7, 2011
Draught at Drink Baar, Tallinn. Clear amber, small head. Sweet and rather heavy with clean, rounded mouthfeel. Peppery and heavily caramelly with low bitterness. Well made, but more big than drinkable.

TBone (17699) - Pori, FINLAND - MAY 22, 2004
Tap @Õlletorn, Tallinn
Copper brown. Off-white creamy head. Sweet, smokey and yeasty aroma. Lace. Full-bodied. Malty and very yeasty, real microbrew touch. Short bitter finish.

FatPhil (16401) - Tallinn, ESTONIA - NOV 27, 2007
UPDATED: JAN 15, 2015 Keg (Õlletorn, Tallinn) - rating removed - not in good condition. Keg (Drink Baar, Tallinn)
6 Slightly sweet malty aroma, quite baltic and latvian maybe.
4 Rich clear red.
6 Slightly sweet malts, lovely fresh green aromatic hops.
4 Soft carbonation, softened by the sweetness, covers the alcohol.
13 This is what a munchner lager should be like, very full, finish is long and so fresh.
Rerate: Tap (Hell Hunt, Tallinn) (6:4:7:4:14+=3.5)
I’ve had this 100 times here. It’s my go-to beer. Drink local, I don’t need the fancy imports. Tonight was a great ona, so fresh, so bready, a superb munchen. Drinkability unsurpassable.3.3 was bollocks, this is a damn good brew, probably 3.6 at its best (and that’s on my scale, in the US or Pooland, that’s probably the equivalent of 4.6)

kermis (13883) - The Hague / Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS - APR 24, 2011
On tap at Dr!nk, Tallinn. Nasty aroma, but caramel aftertaste is reasonably pleasant. Not too bad

gnoff (10711) - Mölndal, SWEDEN - APR 13, 2009
UPDATED: APR 14, 2009 Draught at Kassisaba, Tallinn, on April 10, 2009
Clear copper to brownish color, tan head. Spicy, herbal, a bit acidic scent. Herbal, dry, spicy, sugary taste. Medium mouthfeel, medium low bitterness.

MartinT (9961) - Montreal, Quebec, CANADA - MAR 11, 2012
UPDATED: AUG 19, 2016 My Bottom Line:
This textbook malty lager showcases toasted bread aromas and flavors all the way, with barely a few raisiny touches underneath.

Further Personal Perceptions:
-A ring of foam surrounds the deep copper.
-Flavor profile is very clean.
-Drinkability is very high.
-Sweetness is kept in check.
-Hops are, at most, an afterthought.

On tap at Porgu, Tallinn.

JoeMcPhee (9427) - Toronto, ON, Ontario, CANADA - AUG 25, 2011
Tap at Drink Baar. Deep amber pour with a tight white head. The aroma is softly sweet with a little bit of light toffee. Some chewiness along with a bit of sweet toasted malt. Clean and a little bit chewy. It’s a decent dark lager.

laiti (8481) - Tampere, FINLAND - APR 19, 2013
Draught (6,1%) @ Drink Baar & Grill
Aroma is sweet and odd with berries, vanilla and caramel. Flavour has caramel, some raspberries and malty feeling in the finish. Not your typical Münchener and actually feels more like an ale. But somehow I like the berry notes here.

DruncanVeasey (8239) - NUNEATON, Warwickshire, ENGLAND - MAR 1, 2011
Draught at Hell Hunt, Tallinn. Red amber with a fine white lid. Beeswax aroma. Sweet, caramel and corn-accented with a slight edge of acidity and maybe oak. Barrels and caramel; tang of iron. Reminds me of Rodenbach. Digestives and cream afters. Can’t detect any alcohol. Decent drop.

Marduk (7946) - Reval, ESTONIA - MAY 6, 2012
Draught @Drink bar. Dark amber color. Small white head. Grain, malts, slight hints of honey in aroma. Sweet malts, caramel, honey, grain in taste.

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