16/VIII/21 - 33cl can from Albert Heijn (Delft) @ the Abeels’ place, BB: 24/VI/22 (2021-828) Thanks to Abeel for sharing the can!
Clear pale light yellow beer, creamy irregular white head, little stable, bit adhesive. Aroma: bit fruity, citrus notes, some coconut, soapy touch. MF: ok carbon, medium body. Taste: soft acidity, malty, citrus, fruity, some oranges and orange peel. Aftertaste: bit fruity, soft bitterness, oranges, sweet touch, hint of banana, bit malty, soapy touch.
0.33 l can from Amsterdam. Thanks, Dinko! Hazy golden, small off-white head. Moderately hoppy, citrusy, zest, malty, herbal, cardboard. Citrusy, malty. Refreshing, light body, moderate carbonation, light finish. Average.
@home poured into a shaker. Clear pale amber colour, small moussy white head, mostly diminishing, thin layer remains, light lacing. Aroma pale malt, orange, caramel, bread. Mild taste, medium sweet and light bitter, malty, orange peel, passion fruit, light spicy notes. Light to medium body, oily texture, soft carbonation, dry sweetbitter aftertaste, chaly, cardboard, spicy notes, not much character, okay (nothing less, nothing more).
Small white head over clear metallic copperish golden beer. Faintly hoppy, fruity, light green leaves, faintly peppery, fresh celeri (no doubt rather the lemongrass). Bitterish-hoppy, again these peppery hops. Chalk, soapy (idd...) and quite a bit oxidation. Light body, the hoppiness petering out. Feels better carbonated than it looks. Not ideal - supermarket purchased beer, hence?