Review and tasting notes:
Better beers are increasingly emerging from Northern Europe and this fine example proves the point. Simply translated it means ‘beer for recuperating’ and it certainly does that. An orangey amber colour, it has a dense beige-brown head and a clean, penetrating nose. Fruit comes through in the aroma, with apricot, mango, kiwi and grapefruit notes, and the nose also has a certain herbal character with pine resin too. The palate is well-defined, fresh and wonderfully well-balanced, showing notable density and fine bitterness.