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To lager or not to lager - Laiskajaakko

Laiskajaakko

We where sitting in the Teerenpeli bar in Tampere, Finnland, while tasting this beer. The background music was ok, the weather wasn't. I guess its the best time and situation to drink a beer.

The Laiskajaakko is a lager. It came with a nice white foam on a amber to dark body. I put my nose onto the glass, actually a little to far. Had some laughings on my side then.

It smelled very malty and little burnt. The first mouth full remained as a good impression as well as the second one. Also the third one was good. It was sweat, little bitter, little watery, little astringent, little autolysis and little hop aroma.

The Laiskajaakko was much better than the Onnenpekka but I'm still not that impressed. Working harder on the hops and the yeast cycles would bring up a better taste.


The beer was poured from a
Purity of Taste:
6.00
/ 10 | 1 = many off flavours ; 10 = sheer
Purity of Smell:
8.00
/ 10 | 1 = many off-flavours ; 10 = sheer
Intensity of Bitterness:
2
/ 5 | 1 = no bitterness ; 5 = bitter
Quality of Bitterness:
6.00
/ 10 | 1 = no quality ; 10 = high quality
Hoparoma:
6.00
/ 10 | 1 = no quality ; 10 = high quality
Palatefulness:
3
/ 5 | 1 = water ; 5 = masty
Tingle:
3
/ 5 | 1 = flat ; 5 = too tangy

Lautered: 6.00 out of 10
About the reviewer:
Dominik Jais's picture Dipl.-Braumeister (VLB Berlin) Dominik Jais is beer enthusiast writing beer reviews since 2001.
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Tasted beer:

Alc: 4.50% Vol.
Type: Lager
Brewed by: Teerenpeli
Brewed in: Finland