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Funky Gold 8.7%, Salama Brewing Company, Finland
15 ratings
3.5
Funky Gold
8.7% Belgian Strong Ale

Reviews

Post author: Musamiehenoluet
Musamiehenoluet
6 months ago
Funky Gold, Finland
2.4
Vähän epätasapainoinen tapaus. Ei iskenyt.

Post author: orson
orson
@ Salama Brewing
6 months ago
Funky Gold, Finland
2.8

Post author: Thegirlandcraftbeer
Thegirlandcraftbeer
1 year ago
3.0

Post author: Sfääri
Sfääri
1 year ago
3.5

Post author: Viltzu
Viltzu
@ Salama Brewing
1 year ago
Funky Gold, Finland
4.1
Pullotettu 24.5.22. Melkeinpä vuoden odotellut kaapissa mutta nyt lasissa. Oikein maukasta jos brettasta tykkää. Todella hyvä olut.

Post author: juh0mo
juh0mo
@ SalamaNation
2 years ago
Funky Gold, Finland
4.0
Interesting, very wine like. A bit dark and sweet but not in the gross Aura way. A beer for slow enjoying, not rynnäkkökännis. Beautifull bottle.

Post author: Jomon
Jomon
@ SalamaNation
2 years ago
Funky Gold, Finland
4.0
Funky. Not sure if just me but this stuff tastes like many things. Firstly it reminded me of damp apple cidre with its smell, then Sahti (with different colour) and lastly sweet sugary white wine. Really enjoy this kind of stuff. Amazing bottle as well, really hipstery stuff.

Post author: _nepa1985_
_nepa1985_
@ Salama Brewing
2 years ago
Funky Gold, Finland
4.0

Post author: Askous S
Askous S
@ Salama Brewing
2 years ago
Funky Gold, Finland
3.3
Erikoinen, viinitynnyristä reilusti makua.

Post author: WexiLahti
WexiLahti
@ Salama Brewing
2 years ago
Funky Gold, Finland
4.2
Friday is here 🍻 The house project may end for today, just to continue tomorrow. This is another fancy-looking brew by Salama. The beer is relatively hazy, pale gold. Brave carbonation unleashes a cloud-white, fluffy head that climbs two fingers high. Retention lives long, so does the head albeit smaller, of course. The nose receives interesting aromas: wheat biscuit, earthy straw, a bit of cardboard, fermented banana and a distinct farmhousey vibe of Brett. Sounds confusing but is actually appealing. The taste identity is bifurcated with both smooths and edges: soft wheat bun, wheat biscuit and faint orange peel collide with lofty Brett, lemon pith, a whisper of fermented banana and a tad sharp alcohol. Generally speaking, a farmhousey and astonishingly Belgiany package. 💛💛 The body is medium to medium-full. The finish tweaks moderately in a hoppier direction. Grassy and wheaty elements prevail. Brett is apparent. The citrusy fragment shoes now grapefruit peel. The aftertaste won't take me to Funkytown — gotta move on (instead). The mouthfeel is medium-full, funky, Belgiany and earthy. It's also rather soft but simultaneously a bit sharp. Alcoholic, as well, but marginally only, as well as dry and truly drying. Interesting!