turbothy (1141) - Bonn, - OCT 11, 2012nybol (1765) - DENMARK - DEC 24, 2016
½ liter bottle. Pours quite black with caramel-coloured head; gorgeous. Sweet smell of coffee and malt. Flavour is heavy on burnt coffee with a hint of licorice and a somewhat peculiar acidic aftertaste. Good, but not great.
Har ikke en tyk smag, og er middel humlet. Den har en rigtig god eftersmag af lakrids fra lakridsroden som de selv skriver. Godt øl! holdleder (365) - Kongerslev, DENMARK - AUG 20, 2016
50 cl. flaske. 6,0 % . Så fik jeg endelig smagt Svaneke Bryghus og Johan Bulows lakridsøl. Kan man lide lakrids er denne øl sagen. Som slikaften på flaske. Meget mørk/sort stort set uden skum Guruhso (593) - Grindsted, DENMARK - DEC 2, 2015
Wow, liquorice from one end to the other. Smoke, roasted malt and more liquorice. If you want that much liquorice, eat liquorice and drink a good stout to it... Idiosynkrasie (7419) - Bielefeld, GERMANY - NOV 14, 2015
330ml bottle. Jet black colour with average, frothy, half-way lasting, minimally lacing, beige to tan head. Roasty dark malty aroma with hints of liquorice and a touch of blueberry. Taste is sweet, slightly roasty dark malty, notes of liquorice, a touch of treacle; viscous texture, sirupy, viscid palate. Focused, slightly too sweet and mono-thematic. Jahe (135) - Göteborg, SWEDEN - NOV 14, 2015
Nice straight porter with distinct liquorice toasted malt in the aroma. Pours very dark brown from bottle small brown head. Liquorice in the taste medium body
timmwillum (92) - BELGIUM - NOV 7, 2015
Johan Bülow og Svaneke Bryghus har slået pjalterne sammen og brygget englesaft.
Kulsort og stort set uden skum. Mellemkraftig næse af lakrids med et nyk kaffe. Smagen er intens ... lakrids fra starten komplimenteret med en kort bitterhed, som straks afløses af en lang sødlig smag sprængfyldt med kraftige toner af engelsk lakrids ... af den gode slags :-) Eftersmagen giver næsten en fornemmelse af at have nydt et godt stykke rålakrids.
En af de bedste danske øl jeg har smagt.
---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone Fredd_an (250) - Borlänge, SWEDEN - NOV 6, 2015
En halv tydlig lakrits betonad doft med en stark smak av lakrits, ganska lätt i kropp,
---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone Gerbeer (3676) - Vancouver, British Columbia, CANADA - NOV 5, 2015
330 ml bottle. Pours black with moderate head. Aromas of dry licorice. Flavors of oily coffee and anise seed. Okay Alengrin (5235) - BELGIUM - SEP 25, 2015
Danish stout in, according to the label, "English style" and flavoured with actual liquorice, so I’m expecting sweet stout here... Creamy but fairly thin and opening, pale yellowish beige head over a very dark mahogany coloured beer, not quite black, at least not on the edges. Aroma shouts (typically English) liquorice candy all the way through, next to more subtle odours of bitter chocolate, fried mushrooms, cappuccino, candied figs, soft balsamic vinegar, caramel, black pepper, Worcestershire sauce, dried flowers, raisins, hints of aniseed liqueur (in a dull kind of way - probably that liquorice again), dried leaves, sourish blueberries, bayleaf, some ’natural’ iron. A refined candied sweetness opens the palate, very much like the old liquorice sticks I remember from when I was a child (and it’s always nice when a beer brings back long-forgotten memories), raisins, some dried banana, with a soft umami edge and a vague sourishness underneath; very soft carbo, oily and ’greasy’ mouthfeel but remaining very smooth and supple, with a slick caramel maltiness to it, nutty, becoming more chocolatey and coffeeish roasted bitter in the end but staying gentle; there is a very subtle amount of ’metallic’ effect as well, but feeling very natural for a stout and therefore not disturbing at all. Finish consists of persisting malt sweetness, a lot of liquorice both in taste and retronasally, and, all the way at the back, some peppery, leafy hops for balance. An almost ’medicinal’ liquorice flavour remains in the throat along with a long lasting, drying ’bittersweetness’ combining the sweet dark malts and the spicy hops. Still, it is still the liquorice which gets the last word here: even after swallowing, an ethereal, volatile but strong flavour of English liquorice candy remained for a long time. The description ’liquorice’ is often used for stouts and other dark beers and can be the result of fermentation, but in this case there is no way to get around it, this beer effectively uses (artisanal) liquorice and you’ll know it. Absolutely not recommended for those who hate this flavour, but for those who don’t, this is an enjoyable beer, and it is a clever thought putting this particular spice in what is basically a medium dry stout. Interesting and not lacking in complexity, but admittedly the liquorice is all over the place. PLundsgaard (482) - Tranbjerg J, DENMARK - SEP 11, 2015
En rigtig god øl
meget flot lysebrunt skum
en meget flot mørk farve
smagen er bare uovertruffen :):):):):):)
sådan en øl er bare mig