Monthly Archives: February 2015

Svend’s Beer Log 2015 02




(Rating system: 1-5. 1: undrinkable. 2: not nice. 3: decent/good. 4: very good. 5: one of the best I’ve ever had. Read more about my rating system
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De 5 Gårde – Falle 3
Willemoes – Påske Ale 3
Willemoes – Stout 4
Willemoes – Påskebryg 3
Ørbæk – Bruin Abbey Ale 4
Little Valley – Tod’s Blonde 3
Ørbæk – Kvickly Julebryg 3
Augustinerbräu München – Lagerbier Hell 2
Celt Experience – Native Storm 3
Skagen Bryghus – Skawpåske 3
Thisted Bryghus – Limfjords-Porter 3
Monty’s – Moonrise 4
Traditional Scottish Ales – Rabbie Burns 2
Green King – Rocking Rudolph 3
Purple Moose – Dark Side Of The Moose 4
Williams Bros Brewing Co – Chieftain Pale Ale 4
Widmer Brothers – Old Embalmer ’13 5
Svaneke Bryghus – Gul Påske 2
Willemoes – Porter 4
Hansens Brauerei – Schwarz Bier 3
Innis & Gunn – Spiced Rum Finish 3
Thisted Bryghus – Limfjords-Porter 4
Thisted Bryghus – Julefnug 3
Innis & Gunn – Treacle Porter 3

De 5 Gårde – Falle – Beer Review

Falle, a refreshing beer from De 5 Gaarde

Falle, a refreshing beer from De 5 Gaarde


When I took my first sip of this refreshing, light ruby red beer from De 5 Gårde, I was a bit underwhelmed. I thought it lacked both flavour and aftertaste. But then after a couple of gulps everything changed. An initially subtle sweetness became more pronounced, backed by a gentle caramel maltiness and followed by a fresh hoppy finish. Towards the end of the beer, I was loving it. I give it 4 out of 5.

I bought this in Kvickly, in Aabyhoej. If you would like to get a bottle for yourself, you might be able to find it in your local Kvickly or Coop shop.