Kvasir - Dogfish Head Brewery
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Reviews by larryi86:
3.9/5 rDev +5.7%
750 mL bottle poured into a snifter
A- A clear reddish orange with a two finger off-white head.
S- Tart cranberries, earthy spices, birch.
T- Tart cranberries, earthy herbal bitterness, birch, some pale malts, slight medicinal, flavors seem to be clashing some but not too much.
M- Smooth, light to medium body, nice crispness.
O- Intresting and unique, not my favorite ancient ale, but not bad at all.
11-23-2013 22:59:13 | More by larryi86
More User Reviews:
3.86/5 rDev +4.6%
750ml brown bottle with no freshness date.
Bright copper hued brew, decent enough lacing to keep a beery appearance. Tart exotic berries, faint honey, spicy alcohol, birch, wild herbs, & some breadiness are all in the nose. Mild crispness, medium body, dry character throughout, fresh herbs, tart berries, estery, mild bitterness, hint of birch, earthy, mineral, faint peppery tone, & alcohol. Dry finish.
Hand it to Dogfish Head to go far out on the craft beer limb with another Ancient Ale and this one I'd love to see more of.
12-19-2013 03:26:21 | More by Jason
3.74/5 rDev +1.4%
Amber hued with good clarity. A quarter inch head of off white foam covers the majority of the beer. Brussels lacing. Aroma of cranberries and faint lingonberries. The body is surprisingly light but a bit sticky. The flavor is slightly tart cranberries balanced with a bit of sweet honey. You can also sense a light malt base
03-27-2014 22:35:12 | More by Franziskaner
3.93/5 rDev +6.5%
Poured into shaker pint; slightly reddish amber color, clear with lots of carbonation and a thick fluffy off-white head that faded after a bit into a ring of bubbles.
Smell is metallic malt, with lots of fragrant berry scents, tart and sweet. Very herbal and fresh.
Taste is tart cranberry, acidic malt with some other sour characteristics, and some herbal vegetal crispness from hops or other additions.
Mouthfeel is low-carbonation (surprising for how it looks, and the head), light-bodied and smooth.
Overall, this is an interesting entry in the ancient ale series. Instead of the super-sweet boozy mead-wine-beer hybrids like Sah'tea, Jaihu and the like, this is a relatively crisp and tart brew that is very interesting.
01-01-2014 04:00:43 | More by BurgeoningBrewhead
Kvasir from Dogfish Head Brewery
83 out of 100 based on 343 ratings.