Tweet WOW! I don't remember when was the last time I posted a beer review here! (I do, it's all a matter of checking the blog archive, but it sounds nicer this way). Since I'm sure not few of you are missing them, I thought it would be a good idea to put together the short reviews I posted on my Facebook page in the last couple of months in a way that it would put them in a..... Who am I kidding. I'm lazy and busy, can't be arsed with anything else today. Here they are thanks to the magic of ctrl+c and ctrl+v.
Beer Here Farlig Wine: Imprisoned in a barn full of hops there's a luscious, dark, strong willed beauty screaming to be set free. One of those beers that walks on a very thin tightrope with half a pint too many under its belt... The screams aren't loud enough. With a few IBU's less this could be an awesome beer...
St. Georgen Dopplebock Dunkel. A perfect beer for a day like this. It's a bit like re-reading a good novel, it won't surprise you, but it doesn't let you down... (this was posted in early January, so the weather was rubbish).
Beer Here Nordic Rye Ale: Earthy with a little spice, piney, barely balanced with a tiny bit of roughness. A nice Sunday afternoon sipper at 8%ABV.
I'm not a fan of Pale (Bocks or) Dopplebocks, but this (hefetrüb) from Greif Brauerei is pairing wonderfully with spicy Asturian home made chorizo
Beer Here Smokestack Porter: Lovely stuff that confirms what I said a few days ago...
Beer Here Hoptilicus, after the almost hoppy mess of Farlig Wine, I wasn't expecting much. Turned out to be great, a beer in stereo, on one channel rich, juicy hops, on the other, solid, warm malts. The only disappointment was not having another bottle at hand.
Great stuff, isn't it?
PS: Selected readings will come out on Monday.
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