330 ml can, from Vinmonopolet, Nettbutikken. ABV is 5.5%. Nearly clear pale golden colour, small white head. Aroma of citrus (yes, blood orange) - seems a bit "artificial", hints of spruce and tropical fruits too. Citric flavour, slightly on the dry side, one-dimensional and light bodied.
330ml can. Clear pale gold, small white head, poor retention. Aroma is grassy and blood orange but not much else. Taste is also grassy, hay, blood orange, sweet and a little tart. Light to moderate body, average carbonation which neither adds or distracts from the beer. Its all about the flavouring in this beer, which is good, but you do feel there should be a decent beer behind this adjunct. Not sure there is.
Can at Cervezeria Flandes Very pale yellow. Oranges, citrus, slightly bitter and dry. Ok-ish. Purchased at Cervezeria Flandes
330ml can. Poured a hazy orange straw colour with a short-lived fizzy white head and a few bubbles. The aroma is grainy malt, orange citrus. The flavour is moderate bitter and sweet, with a light, slightly watery, crisp, fresh, juicy, light tart orange, light dry hop bitter palate. Medium to light bodied with average carbonation.
Guess this is it. On tap at Fakin, with Ogi & Hrabren. Golden body. The aroma is a bit lean - citrus fruits and berry notes, oxidation. Nice light lemony taste, some orange, grainy maltiness. Not completely fresh but fine.
Tap at Dukes. Pale blond with creamy white head. Aroma is boozy, bit of fruit, quite harsh. Taste is subtle orange, bit fishy(?), spicy malt. Has a bit of a burn. The aftertaste is quite nice, better than the first bit anyway. Bit disappointing as I thought I would like this more than I did.
Can. Blood orange an grass in the aroma. Citrus peel. Malty yet dry Hoppy flavor. Grass And blood orange. Slightly herbal, especially in the dry finish. Nice.