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RATINGS: 79   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.23/5   EST. CALORIES: 153   ABV: 5.1%
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3.4
mR_fr0g (12550) - Hertfordshire, ENGLAND - AUG 15, 2013
Cask at gbbf 2013. Attractive ruby red chestnut colour with a thick persistent cream head. Nose is wood and malty. Flavour is woody . med palate. Slightly metallic. Decent.

3.4
BeerViking (4905) - Brentford, Greater London, ENGLAND - SEP 8, 2013
Bottle, pours a dark red-brown with a lasting thin beige head. Malty, lightly roasty and cocoa nose, good hoppy bitterness then a chewy malt body, dry with touches of cocoa, burnt caramel and a vegetal bitterness in the finish. A nice Frankish Dunkel.

3.4
blackisle (2634) - Amsterdam IJburg, NETHERLANDS - AUG 19, 2014
Bottle 50cl. Clear dark chestnut brown color, one finger thick creamy beige head, recedes only slowly to athick layer, good lacing; aroma sweet and roasted malts, caramel, fruit syrup, brown sugar, hint of licorice; moderate sweet, roasty, light bitter; medium body, oily texture, lively carbonation, prickly on the tongue; first mild bittersweet finish, becomes more bitter after a while.

3.4
SinH4 (4935) - Garching b. München, GERMANY - DEC 19, 2016
Bottle. Reddish/dark amber color with small tan ring. Aroma is chocolate, roasted malts, molasses. Taste is metallic, very earthy, some chocolate. Dry mineraly finish. Smells very sweet, but isn’t. It’s quite rustic. Nice!

3.3
SirRepsol (158) - Cologne, GERMANY - JUN 29, 2013
from bottle. pours a clear, dark amber red colour with a small, frothy beige head that quickly disappears however. aroma is mainly roasted malts, nuts and a touch of caramel. quite high carbonation, light to medium body and kind of dry texture. really pleasent malty flavours and lots of nuts end in a fine, slightly bitter and dry aftertaste. good balance of sweet- and bitterness. highly drinkable stuff...

3.3
OllieBBommel (1531) - NETHERLANDS - JUL 7, 2013
[email protected], 50cl. Head: beige foam. Colour: clear, ruby brown. Aroma: hops, roasted malt. Taste: medium bitter. Palate: refreshing, medium biiter finish, medium CO2. Overall: very nice.

3.3
Beese (2930) - Watford, Hertfordshire, ENGLAND - SEP 12, 2013
Draft at the Great British Beer Festival 2013. Poured a dark ruby colour with a dense, creamy head. Aroma of malts, chocolate and caramel. Flavour is quite sweet with brown sugar, dried fruit and bread. Some grain and a little coffee on the palate.

3.3
WillemsUrenkel (1898) - Oldenburg, GERMANY - SEP 19, 2014
0,5 l bottle under the name Vierzehnheiligen Nothelfer Trunk. Thanks to TJ, my second son. Dark red brown in the glass, big light tanned foamy head. Looks really good. Malty and light metallic on the nose. Tastes malty, light sweetness, grainy hints, little bit sourish in the middlepart, more malt in the aftertaste. Easy to drink.

3.3
djoeye (4615) - Tromsø, NORWAY - JUL 31, 2015
"Vierzehnheiligen Nothelfer Trunk" Look; beige head and clear copper-mahogany body. Aroma; forgotten bowl of dark fruits, basement, berries, wet dark caramel, grass. Taste; dark malts, notes of prunes, notes of cocoa - leading to a fruity finish becoming somewhat dry and malty cocoaish, just average lasting. Normal texture and soft carbonation. Not bad. [50cl brown bottle 5.1%abv BB16-09-2015 [email protected]]

3.3
DrNosha (2385) - Württemberg, Germany, GERMANY - SEP 9, 2016
0,5l Flasche. Sehr schöne klare rotbraune Farbe mit festem beigem Schaum. Röstmalzaroma. Etwas Vanille und Holz. Antrunk herbes Röstmalz. Etwas lakritz und verbrannter Zucker. Wirklich schön süffig und nicht zu süss.


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