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This beer smells like horse stables

Lautering.net - Tasting St. Louis Gueuze Lambic

In a glass, poured from a bottle in Brussels Main Square

Apparently Gueuze is a popular Belgian beer. I can somehow understand enough people like it: if you get past the “interesting” smell and taste, you somehow start liking that beer. It smells disgusting, but then again not. It tastes beyond weird, but you somehow enjoy it. Go figure.

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If I had a hammer

Lautering.net - Tasting - yellow hammer summer ale

A long time ago I put the Black Isle brewery onto Lautering.net. A friend of mine added their beers. When I walked through a Finish supermarket I noticed some of their beers. I took their Yellow Hammer Summer Ale together with some others for my stash.

It didn't stay long in my stash. Actually for only three hours. The label on the backside of the bottle states „Save the planet – drink organic“ . I guess they are right. But statements alone don't make good beers. Let's check if it lauters.

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Do you like Mämmi?

Lautering.net - Tasting - Do you like Mämmi?

If you're in Finland over Easter you might get some Mämmi served. Mämmi is made out of rye flour, rye malt and molasses. It tastes like licorice, is very sweet and very strong in its taste. It is usually served together with milk or cream and sugar. The stakes are high now: Will this beer taste as unique as Mämmi?

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Keep your shoes on - Olvi Reino

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There are some things in Finland that are very traditional. One of them are Reino & Aino shoes. Reino are for men Aino are for women. Both are handmade in Finland and loved by the Finnish people. The Reino shoes have a distinctive design and this is where we come to beer.

The pattern of the can looks like the shoes. And that's where the story ends for the first part. Poured into a glass the white foam (little) stays for some time and than vanishes into thin air. The color itself is perfect golden.

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Keep your shoes on - Olvi Reino

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There are some things in Finland that are very traditional. One of them are Reino & Aino shoes. Reino are for men Aino are for women. Both are handmade in Finland and loved by the Finnish people. The Reino shoes have a distinctive design and this is where we come to beer.

The pattern of the can looks like the shoes. And that's where the story ends for the first part. Poured into a glass the white foam (little) stays for some time and than vanishes into thin air. The color itself is perfect golden.

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Weltenburger Kloster Barock Dunkel

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Ever lived in a monastery? No? A friend of mine once decided to be a monk and went to the nearest monastery. One week later he came back and decided that he never will be a monk. We never talked about the “why”.

Monks usually wonderful brewers . The German and Belgian have showed that more than once and continue to do so to this day.

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