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Bryggeriet Apollo
10 ratings
Bryggeriet Apollo
Denmark

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Post author: Tapio T
Tapio T
@ Apollo Bryggeriet
1 year ago
2.6
Lager vähän karamellia seassa

Post author: Tapio T
Tapio T
@ Apollo Bryggeriet
1 year ago
3.8
Oljen tuoksuinen mukavan selkeä. Kevyt bitter. Oikein mukava olut.

Post author: WexiLahti
WexiLahti
@ Apollo Bryggeriet
4 years ago
3.1
Flight 4/4. Clear, deep copper beer with subdued, hasty carbonation builds a cream-yellow, velvety head that falls short of half a finger. The foamy pillow shrinks soon to a thin lacing on top. The retreating foam leaves some horizontal patterns on the glass. The nose receives caramel malt, a little bit of syrup and toffee. The gustatory experience is best of all these four, yet even this is quite uninspiring. The taste offers clear caramel malt, some brown biscuit, a bit of dough as well as toffee. I also find a nutty note and sweet brown multigrain bread. The body is light to light-medium, probably closer to the former than the latter. The finish serves light-sweet caramel malt with a tad bitter tang, a bit of grapefruit and faint dried apricot. The aftertaste rolls on tongue for a brief duration only. The mouthfeel is light, slightly lip-glueing and mouthcoating. It's also a tad crisp and Eastery.

Post author: WexiLahti
WexiLahti
@ Apollo Bryggeriet
4 years ago
3.0
Flight 3/4. Opaque, faintly black beer with distantly ruby tint and restrained, short-lived carbonation unleashes a light tan, silky head that falls short of half a finger. The foamy cap contracts precautiously to an extraordinarily neat lacing on the surface. The retreating foam marks the glass with thick coverings. The olfactory provision is extraordinarily subdued: merely faint burned malt emanates to the nostrils. The taste is faintly burned and thin-roasted: thin dark malt whirls with burned hops and extremely remote licorice. The body is light. The aftertaste puts forward mild roasted malt, distant black coffee and a burned note. The aftertaste vanishes relatively quickly from the mouth. The mouthfeel is -- again -- light. The mouthfeel is also slightly roasty, a bit burned aroma and slightly lip-glueing.

Post author: WexiLahti
WexiLahti
@ Apollo Bryggeriet
4 years ago
2.9
Flight 2/4. Limpid, deep copper beer with modest, hasty carbonation unlocks a grey, light fawn, cotton head that elevates only up to half a finger's height. The foam dissolves soon to a thin lacing on the surface. The retreating foam leaves no traces on the glass. The fragrance offers medium-sweet brown malt, a tad biscuit and a nuance of spruce. A caramelly note follows in the distance. The palate is weak: light-crisp caramel malt, distant dried apricot, a faint nuance of raisin and grated lemon peel constitute the key elements of the gustatory supply. The body is thin. The beer finishes rather long with light-hoppy caramel malt, malt bread and a biscuity aroma. The mouthfeel is thin, slightly crisp, standard as well as somewhat bulky.

Post author: WexiLahti
WexiLahti
@ Apollo Bryggeriet
4 years ago
2.7
Flight 1/4. Transparent, amber beer with decent, hasty carbonation releases a pure white, silky head that climbs up one finger. The foamy cap descends gradually to a thin lacing. The glass is left untouched. The scent displays sweet maize and a bit of popcorn. I also find a floral note. The taste portrays thin pale malt with a recognizeable diacetylic twist. A bready touch follows behind. The body is skinny. The beer ends with somewhat sweet malt, a tad bread, some grain as well as a faint diacetylic addition. The aftertaste lingers in mouth for some time. The mouthfeel is thin, a bit diacetylic, fairly standard and quite easy.

Post author: Janne L
Janne L
@ Apollo Bryggeriet
4 years ago
3.0
Perus hyvä pilsner, toimii ruokajuomana.

Post author: AKo
AKo
6 years ago
2.5

Post author: Jethro
Jethro
@ Devonshire Arms
8 years ago
4.0