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tjthresh
post Apr 24 2005, 11:47 AM
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16.9 Fl. Oz.
Best Before 26.09.05

Appearance: Awesome. Poured with a nice long lasting beige head. Started at about an inch then faded to 1/4 in. Clung to the sides of the glass. Dark brown with garnet highlights.

Smell: Dark chocolate, rasins, and caramel. No hops. All malt baby. Alcohol.

Taste: Reminds me a lot of one of the Reisen candys. Subtle sweetness, with some dark chocolate and coffee. Some hop bitterness. Very easy to drink.

Mouthfeel: Med-full body. Carbonation level give a very 'mouth-fillng sensation.

Drinkability: Outstanding nightcap. I think I may start keeping a couple of these around the house. At 7%, its just enought to enjoy the full pint and give you that sleepy feeling.
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Lund
post Jun 10 2005, 03:08 AM
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Only 7%. hmm. gotta inspect the bottle better next time.

A great easy drinking heavy but smooth porter that tastewise more reminds me of a dark lager.

There is a bar servering it here in gothenburg..along with lots of other east state beers. It is the perfect beer for sitting and lurking in the dark corner in my favorite chair just having one when my friends have 3-4 beers in the same time. Gets you in the perfect mode for walking with a friend through the older parts of gothenburg when you leave the bar.
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post Apr 1 2006, 12:55 PM
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QUOTE(Lund @ Jun 10 2005, 03:08 AM) *
Only 7%. hmm. gotta inspect the bottle better next time.

A great easy drinking heavy but smooth porter that tastewise more reminds me of a dark lager.

There is a bar servering it here in gothenburg..along with lots of other east state beers. It is the perfect beer for sitting and lurking in the dark corner in my favorite chair just having one when my friends have 3-4 beers in the same time. Gets you in the perfect mode for walking with a friend through the older parts of gothenburg when you leave the bar.
That's because it IS a dark lager. It's not a porter, it's much closer to a copy of a Munich dunkel than a real porter.
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greatfookin
post Mar 20 2008, 05:44 PM
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A fine beer wether or not it is a porter or a dark lager. It says porter on the label, and is as black as night, but I will drink it any time I see it.
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thedisappearer
post Nov 11 2008, 10:54 AM
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A solid beer. Quite drinkable.
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