[Backlog from Ratebeer, 2015] Aroma of roasted malt & coffee. Taste is of roasted malt and coffee, with additional flavours of chocolate, caramel & a hint of licorice. Sweet & smooth with a long roasty finish. Soft carbonation. Lots of coffee. Very good.Earned the Hopped Up (Level 55) badge!
[Backlog from Ratebeer, January 2015] Pours a hazy amber colour with a small off-white head. Aroma of malt, hops and citrus. Taste of malt, hops, fruits, caramel. Sweet with a dry and bitter finish. Medium body and carbonation. Pretty good.
[Backlog from Ratebeer, January 2015] Pours a pale amber colour with a small white head. Taste is of malt, hops, light citrus notes and yeast. Sweet and very fruity. Bitter and slightly boozy finish. Not bad but nothing too special.Earned the Better Together (Level 45) badge! Earned the Highlander (Level 15) badge!
[Backlog from Ratebeer, 2014] Malty aroma. Flavour of roasted malts, chocolate, dried fruits, vanilla and wood. Full body and soft carbonation. Very sweet and oily texture with a bit of smoke going on. Very good. I remember this one. It was great :-)Earned the Cheers to Independent U.S. Craft Breweries (Level 48) badge!
Coincidentally meeting Lene & Klavs von P before CPH is closing down from Wednesday 👍🏽 Pleasant spiced Belgian Strong Dark Ale (or does Dark comes before Strong?). Let’s be honest: this season is adequate for drinking Belgian types. Chocolate, molasses.