Łomża Niepasteryzowana - Browar Łomża Sp. z o.o.
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Reviews by sfprint:
2.65/5 rDev -10.8%
Found in a kiosk in Gdansk's Old Town
A: Head vanished immediately after pour making the top clear as water. Very mild carbonation, light warm copper color. Completely transparent.
S: Clean sweet malt. The alcohol is faint but smells kind of funny, chemically. Odd smell.
T: An extension of the smell, with a almost gravelly malt bottom. Funny implied sourness.
M: Mild stinging carbonation, otherwise unremarkable
O: Below average. I wouldn't drink it again, but it's drinkable.
05-10-2012 01:33:01 | More by sfprint
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2.98/5 rDev +0.3%
Dead dark gold and thin white carpet that's gone in a flash.
Husky grain and a bit grass and cumin on the nose.
Heavy golden syrup sweetness and light leaf hops.
Slight spice finish and little linger.
Watery, round but dead.
Not pasteurized - an attempt at a less processed Polish lager, perhaps? Doesn't really work, anyway - lacking zip in both no fizz and absent hopping. All-malt and not stale like some mass market beers, but that's about it.
12-31-2012 19:09:20 | More by StJamesGate
3.2/5 rDev +7.7%
I got this at a grocery store in the main train station in Krakow. It was hyped as sort of a craft offering and something slightly unique for the country. From notes.
A - Poured a golden colour with strong carbonation, no head, and no lacing. For an unfiltered beer, it was far too bright.
S - Apple, peace, and hops, with exotic fruits. It was mild, but good.
T - Alot of the same from the aroma, just mild again. It was a little sweet with some lemon as well.
M - Medium carbonation and body with a sweet finish.
O/D - Easy to drink and a fair amount of flavour for a pale beer from Poland. Smooth and had some body. Better than any lager offering from the locals.
06-09-2011 20:03:33 | More by tbeckett
Łomża Niepasteryzowana from Browar Łomża Sp. z o.o.
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