Papsoe (25063) - Frederiksberg, DENMARK - MAY 23, 2011
Can 5o cl. Courtesy of oh6gdx. Pours a clear golden with a rough and lacing white head. There’s actually a little nice aroma hop in the nose. Medium body, carbonation is a little low, skunky unclean and sweet grain flavours. Some cardboard. Really flawed. Rather crude bitterness. 230511 kalervo (1041) - FINLAND - JAN 15, 2011
Maybe slighlty better than normal Sinebrychoff III. Still isn´t interenting beer all. Jukkabro (3484) - Tampere, FINLAND - DEC 24, 2010
Standard lager colored with little white head. Slightly flowery hopped aroma which dominates, nothing more comes up. Thin to medium bodied. Flavor is thinner in start with sweet malts and some grass, aftertaste turns to Saaz hopped. BeerBaboon (2083) - FINLAND - OCT 11, 2010
UPDATED: OCT 20, 2010 A golden beer with quite a lot of head. Hoppy aroma. A tad watery. I’d say that this one is good if you’re thirsty and not too picky about what you drink. This kind of beer has it’s place. Probably a good beer when it’s cold and the weather is warm. You can feel the saaz in this one. It makes this beer a lot better than what it would be without it. lusikka (7813) - Tampere, FINLAND - SEP 28, 2010
500 ml can. Rated @ 8.4.2010.
kerolasa (409) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - AUG 26, 2010
Pours a golden colour with a small white head. Aroma of malts and grass. Flavour of sweet malts with caramel notes. Light bodied, watery mouthfeel. A bit better than the other Koff brews.
Golden light color, almost no head. Very lager like smell. Taste is mostly about hops. There is some sweetness, but not much. Mostly boring beer. sayravai (4710) - Helsinki, FINLAND - JUL 26, 2010
(Canned, sampled 2010-03-24) Clear golden with a smallish, quite firm, lightly lacy head. Quite strongly rubbery nose with plastic, sulphur and cardboard, sprinkled with sour lemon. Grainy, slightly caramel-honeyish-malty flavor with herby aroma hops, some sour lemon, and not much bitterness before the aftertaste. Starchiness getting irritating when warming up. Almost medium body, soft CO2. Yes, different from the regular Koff, but not necessarily for better. Especially the aroma is quite repulsive, but smooth overall appearance and decent body help here. Probably best drank straight from the can. Hermod (7688) - Vantaa, FINLAND - JUL 18, 2010
0.568L can. Poured clear golden color, white sparkling white head. Weak grassy aroma. Flavor is bready, malty, sweet and with some bitterness in the finish. I prefer this over the traditional III version. mickut (276) - Espoo, FINLAND - JUL 4, 2010
Can, 500ml. Pours clear golden with immediately dissappearing small white head. Taste is lightly bitter with a bit of sweetness and dryness in the finish. Palate is averagely carbonated, light to medium bodied. Aromas have light malts and hay, some pleasant coniferous hop notes. Aftertaste has a bit of barnyard. FatPhil (15961) - Tallinn, ESTONIA - JUN 11, 2010
Pours a rich gold, with a slightly scummy head. Scary - this actually
smells like beer - it’s a dry peppery, slightly undergrowthy, noble hop
bitterness. As expected, it’s a bit fizzy and watery, but hey, it’s a
lager and that’s what it was designed to be. Not just a lager, this is
a proper pilsener style. Even to the tangy hoppy retronasals. Taste a
bit disappointing - there’s the full malt there and the gentle bite of
slightly metallic hops, but it’s all just so Finnish - it can’t lose
that Koff macro fingerprint. However, if it teaches Finns to look for
a little more flavour in their beer, then that’s a good thing.