33 cl. bottle shared with Hilde @ home, bought @ Jumbo Culemborg. Milky yellow with a thin white head. Tropical fruit aroma with some light onion. Sweet taste with a low-bitter finish. Very nice IPA.
Bottle shared by Niels. A bit hazy dark golden color, medium sized beige head. Aroma and flavor are malts, quite herbal, light tea and malty bitter. Pretty decent for 6% ABV.
Very hazy blond with a white head. Aroma of green weedy hops, dank hops, tropical fruits, peach and lychee. Flavour is above moderate sweet and bitter. Medium bodied with soft carbonation.
Greyish pink-purple head, huge and dense, ultra-stable over ripe blackberry-coloured beer. Spicy nose. Probably the elderberries, but smelling curiously and strongly as coriander. Bitter flavour, aroma as from shoepolish (that is typically elderberry), and yet again coriander. Fruity, but in a strangem wry way. Finish is even a tad astringent. Iron in the head! Fruit filled feels better bodied than the 5.4% would warrant. Head retention is questionable. No, no improvement for Barbier, alas.
Hazy blond yellow with a white head. Aroma of dank hops, green weeds and tropical fruits. Flavour is light moderate sweet and moderate bitter. Medium bodied with soft carbonation.
Hazy golden with a white head. Aroma is big mineral upfront, oak, citrus and lactic notes. Flavour is light moderate sour with a little bitterness. Medium bodied with soft carbonation.
Bottle from Hoptimism. Jet black colour with a tan head. Aroma and taste are rich malty with boozy rum and vanilla. Smooth full body.
Bottle from The Kings Head, Stamford. Deep brown colour with a tan head. Aroma and taste is apple, malty and spice. Full body.
Can at the Kings Head Stamford. Hazy deep orange colour with a thick white head. Aroma and taste are sweet tropical. Smooth body.
On cask at The Kings head Stamford. Clarence golden colour with a white head. Light bittersweet citrus aroma and taste. Light crisp body.