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Bavarian Psychopath 7.9%, Salama Brewing Company, Finland
44 ratings
3.6
Bavarian Psychopath
7.9% Hellerbock / Maibock
An insane May drinking season starter with our friends ETKO Brewing. Psycho killer strong Bavarian helles bock with Hallertau Mittelfruh and a Mandarina Bavaria hop bite.
Hops: Hallertauer Mittelfrüh, Mandarina Bavaria

Reviews

Post author: Jesse O
Jesse O
6 months ago
3.5

Post author: Mustaoinas
Mustaoinas
7 months ago
3.5

Post author: Nikke
Nikke
@ Soittoruokala Karoliina
8 months ago
Bavarian Psychopath, Finland
3.8
Lasiinkaatuu kullankeltaista noin sormen paksuisella pienikuplaisella vaahdolla. Tuoksusta: Tuhtia maltaisuutta,karamellimallasta, appelssiini ja pientä yrttisyyttä. Mausta: Tukevaa mallasta,maalaisleipää ja karamellimallasta. Yrttisyyttä sekä sitrushedelmiä. Vibaa/vapaata jorinaa: Maltaista/karamellimaltaista, sitruuna hedelmäisyyttä ja pientä yrttisyyttä Mukava maibock sitrushedelmäisyydellä

Post author: Rami R
Rami R
@ 5.5
10 months ago
3.5
Jotenkin barley wine -tyylinen kokonaisuus. Makea.

Post author: V1ll3
V1ll3
10 months ago
3.3

Post author: The Welder
The Welder
@ Soittoruokala Karoliina
10 months ago
3.3

Post author: yoto beer cans
yoto beer cans
@ Salama Brewing
11 months ago
Bavarian Psychopath, Finland
3.7

Post author: zepicin
zepicin
@ Salama Brewing
11 months ago
Bavarian Psychopath, Finland
4.2
Maistuvaista on. Jääkaapin nurkista.

Post author: zepicin
zepicin
@ Salama Brewing
11 months ago
Bavarian Psychopath, Finland
4.2
Maistuvaista on vieläkin. Tölkitetty 11.5.2023

Post author: WexiLahti
WexiLahti
@ Salama Brewing
11 months ago
Bavarian Psychopath, Finland
3.6
A Maibock in August? Hell, yeah! Canned in May anyway. The beer wears a lucid, deep amber gown. The carbonation is relatively serious-minded but creates a creamy two-finger head that dissolves fast to a thin haze. A few tiny splashes can be spotted on the glass later. Powerful malty scent as one could expect. Biscuit malt, cracker, orange and – of course – mandarin from the hop as well as a drop of honey. Very nice. 🤎🧡 The tastebuds want ample malt. They anticipate ample malt. And that's exactly what they are able to enjoy. A lovely malty slam. The same biscuit, mandarin, cracker and honey dominate in the palate. A bit of orange peel, moderate grass and marginal alcohol accompany the barley goodie. Once you've sniffed the beer, you know what you'll get on the tongue. And that's alright. It's predictable but attractive. The body is medium-full. The end slide shows a somewhat different frown though: alcohol intensifies the tangy sensation to some extent, leaving a bit challenging feeling in the mouth. Pity! I wanted to give a four but I can't. The tangy finish disturbs me too much. Otherwise, the malt is, of course, copious but the mandarin is escorted by grapefruit peel and a piney kick. Sittin' at the bar, drinkin' my beer warm, the aftertaste looks at me and starts to laugh; it says I am a psychopath, and it's f***ing right. The mouthfeel is medium-full, intense, moderately tangy, a bit crisp and alcoholic. It's still fairly smooth, drying and satiating. Quite alright, starts promising, continues appealing but spoils the end. Still glad to find a Maibock as a collaborative product of two breweries that normally bring loads of IPAs and NEIPAs, Pastry Stouts and Sours to the market.