Indslev brewery was established in 1897 by Frederik Christian Rasmussen. At some point the brewery was closed down, but in 2005 restored to former glory with brand new production equipment. The re-opening was made possible by Anders Busse Rasmussen, grand grand nephew of Frederik Christian Rasmussen.
I bought this bottled 6.5% 500 ml unfiltered wheat beer in a local super market in Odense, Denmark at the price of 4.5 Euro.
A good looking yellow beer.
Small head with a semi rough structure, a tiny fine top.
Sweet and heavily hoppy in the aroma.
Low CO2, bitterness, sweetness, ends off in a slight fruit and hops. Hides the high alcohol percentage very well.
Overall rating 73 /100
Einstok brewery opened in 2010 and is located 100 kilometers south of the Arctic circle in the fishing port of Akureyri, Iceland.
I bought this beer at the Salling store in Aarhus, Denmark at the price of 3 Euro for a 330 ml bottle at 5,2%.
Beautiful light yellow and white in the colour.
Medium head with a fine top that stays on the beer.
Sourish and sweet fruit aroma coming off with a medium strength.
Good CO2, fresh and fruity with sweet and light hops in the after taste.
Overall rating 82 / 100
Kiuchi Brewery is a brewery in Naka, Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan. It was established in 1823 by village headman Kiuchi Gihei as a sake and shochu producer. Craft beer production began in 1996 after a change in Japanese law governing micro brewing.
I bought this beer at the Salling store in Aarhus, Denmark at the price of 4,5 Euro for a 330 ml bottle at 5,5%.
White to light yellow in the colour and slightly hazy.
Small head that quickly disappears.
Light hops and sourish aroma.
Light CO2, sweet and fresh fruit with a sourish finish, some wheat in the after taste.
Overall rating 73 / 100