Fynsk Forår - Ørbæk Bryggeri
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Ratings: 6 | Reviews: 4 | Display Reviews Only:
Reviews by sfprint:
4.47/5 rDev +22.8%
A: Somewhat hazy yellow orange.
S: Very very sweet apricot. Candy sweet. amazing.
T: sweet apricot, but very light. sort of syrupy in flavor and juicy. most excellent.
M: Almost zero carbonation, fairly watery in body.
D: extremely tasty, there'S nothing I've had like it.
06-02-2010 03:00:50 | More by sfprint
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3.3/5 rDev -9.3%
50cl bottle. Pours a hazy straw yellow with a puffy white head that doesn't last, though it leaves nice lacing. Smells of light, sweet malt and plenty of floral notes. A bit of light tartness. Interest taste, with a lot of sugary sweetness contrasting the tart character and herbal/mineral notes. Light-medium body with good carbonation. Too sweet to drink well.
07-16-2009 02:10:21 | More by philipquarles
3.25/5 rDev -10.7%
Brought back from bottle shop in Europe. This offering pours a orange straw color, the nose is sweet, citrus, fruity, grassy, very summer time feel to this beer. The taste is tart on the palate hard citrus bite of orange and lemon followed by a bready, honey sweetness that helps balance this beer out. Overall very solid beer, wouldn't mind drinking this all summer long. Quality offering.
12-25-2013 22:05:10 | More by Franchise
3.33/5 rDev -8.5%
First of all: The style. According to the brewery, this is a beer brewed with barley malt, wheat malt, spiced with elderflowers, inspired by the English traditions. It is not a Wit, but I found the description as the least bad alternative.
The colour is orange-yellow, the liquid a bit hazy. There is a low white head.
The smell is sour with notes of minerals, earth, berries (raspberries). Not that strong, but full of character.
The taste is earthy with lots of minerals, yeast and some sweet notes of toffee and peanuts. It is not bad, but quite headstrong. There are some of those typical microbrewery uncleanness in the aftertaste. However, the result is more balanced than expected. Aftertaste is fruity and mildly sour.
The carbonation is strong and pleasant. The liquid a little creamy.
The name, translated "Spring at Fyn", is also the name of a well known Danish orchestral piece.
08-14-2007 20:32:43 | More by bark
Fynsk Forår from Ørbæk Bryggeri
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