bastarda (506) - Freiburg, GERMANY - AUG 29, 2016
on tap @ the brewery’s tasting room. Aromas of fresh banana smoothies, grain, oats, when warming notes of camphor, resin, birch trees, Baltic forests, the streets of Riga when passing by the wooden houses on a damp summer evening, some smoke and tiny hints of bog and tar. Taste of chanterelles, forest, blueberry brush, blueberry jam, banana hints, slight salt, laurel and camphor hints. This is unlike every other beer I’ve come across so far, it’s so enchanting and rustic, so unique and well done! ectuohy27 (1248) - ESTONIA - JUL 4, 2016
My favorite Estonian beer, hands down. Bready and sour, tart and yet rounded, it’s got a fantastic balance of yeasty liveliness, sour gueuze-ish notes, and malty balance. One of my go-to choices CaskSensei25 (33) - Tallinn, ESTONIA - MAY 4, 2017
Oh, this beer invokes some childhood memories, it looks, smells and tastes almost the same as the homebrew my grandpa used to brew in his countryhouse a long time ago... True Estonian tradition :)
On tap at Koht. Pours opaque yellow, looks like orange juice with milk in it. Top is thick and clear white but fades away in few minutes.
Aroma is very unusual - very yeasty, apples, overripe bananas, lemons and... boiled eggs. Bit the eggs fade away.
Taste is actually really good - it feels thick and medium carbonated, sweet-sour with mild hop bitterness. There is yeast, apple juice, cinnamon, cottage cheese and sweet grapefruit in the taste. Overall a very nice beer. No alcohol in the taste, although this beer is quite strong. Nice! KnutAlbert (6792) - Oslo, NORWAY - SEP 18, 2017
On tap at Porgu. Hazy gold, pronounced yeast character Beyond sweet and dry, notes of oranges. Fascinating, and highly drinkable.