Sunday, 19 May 2013

Bryggerigaarden - Mørk Hvede

The first of three from the Bryggerigaarden series. There is no mention on the bottle that it is brewed by Vejle Bryghus just a 'brewed in the eu for united beverages', who ? Other older Bryggerigaarden beers have been brewed at Randers Bryghus.

As is ever the case when shopping after store offers they never seem to have what is advertised, which in this case was a blessing or I would never have spotted the three new beers of this series hidden on the bottom shelf amongst Belgian brews like Leffe And Chimay, why put them there ?

Mørke Hvede which is a dunkelweizen pours a dirty amber with a mostly lasting off-white head. Malty, yeast and a hint of cloves on the intake while leaving hints of banana and caramel in the aftertaste. Very little bitterness at all throughout this one.

All in all, quite a nice refreshing beer on a warm day and a good start for this blog. I would have no problem buying another. 6/10 on my own beerometer.

Alc : 5.1%
Bought in : Føtex, Vesterbrogade.

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