The cloudy liquid is orange-red-brown; the finger thick head is pale pink. It dissolves quickly leaving no lacing.
The smell is distinctly tart with lots of fruity flavours: Raspberries, passion fruits and lemons. Some jam-like sweetness and a hint of yogurt.
The initial taste is strong with growing tart flavours, passing minerals, passion fruit and raspberries. Light body. The tartness fades and evolves into smooth lactose yogurt in the dry aftertaste. Passion fruit and some salt/minerals. The finish is fruity and quite dry with some pineapples.
The carbonation is medium strong, the large bubbles are short-lived. The liquid is light and a bit harsh.
No noticeable alcohol at all. Quite sour and dry. Reminds a bit of the Dugges Nordic sour beers.
Pours a hazy reddish orange with fine foam that quickly makes itself scarce.
Smell is intensely fruity with big heaps of raspberries, peach and passionfruit invading your nostrils. Slight hints of rosehip in the back.
Taste is nicely acidic, but not overwhelmingly so. All the fruits from the nose return, and the rosehip is a bit more prominent. When the fruit subsides a bit, a nice, mellow bitterness shows up along with a creamy youghurt note.
Mouthfeel is medium and creamy. Well carbonated.
Overall, a terrific Berliner, and possibly my favorite from Brekeriet so far.