Brandmästare Andréns Törstsläckare (2,8% Version) - Dugges Ale- & Porterbryggeri AB
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4.05/5 rDev +8.6%
The colour is gold with a tint of orange (20 EBC). The liquid is a little cloudy. The three finger head is white and airy. It sinks very slowly, leaving lots of lacing.
The smell is hoppy and bitter with a mix of American citric pine-notes and English hay/flower flavours. Hints of cookies/biscuits and a light touch of paint that I recon from other Dugges beers.
The taste is bitter and a little sour (lime). Lots of bitter hops, some citric flavours and hints of flowers and grass. Some sweet biscuits and a touch of solvents. The body is medium for the strength. The aftertaste is bitter, almost raw, and a bit short.
The carbonation is medium strong, the bubbles very small. The liquid is smooth.
An interesting mix of a British ordinary bitter and an American pale ale. I liked it.
12-08-2010 17:00:32 | More by bark
3.08/5 rDev -17.4%
A slightly hazy amber with orange and copper tones, an off-white head leaving some lacing.
The smell is full of citric notes, orange and grape-fruit. Some sweet toffee as well.
Maybe the low alcohol content reduces the taste too much, watery and bleak. But a good balance between, acidity, sweetness and bitterness. Caramel, fresh bread, and grape fruit.
Medium carbonation, smooth and refreshing.
One of the best 2.8% beers I've tried.
Bottle 500 ml, tasted at Vasastans Ost.
05-19-2010 21:31:40 | More by rarbring
4/5 rDev +7.2%
A: Golden amber with a creamy and very dense head.
S: Citric notes, Grass, Caramel and a wee hint of chocolate?
T: Grapefruit, Caramel, Tropical fruit, Malty goodness.
M: Very clean, straightforward, taste with some malt and a medium bitterness at the end. Plenty of carbonation.
This is probably one of the best low-alcohol-beers i've tasted as of yet. Very clean and drinkable for what it is. Perfect for those warm days when you want the taste of a good beer without getting intoxicated.
07-27-2009 18:00:22 | More by baggio
Brandmästare Andréns Törstsläckare (2,8% Version) from Dugges Ale- & Porterbryggeri AB
- out of 100 based on 5 ratings.