Keravan Karhu bends in many ways. Now Sinebrychoff has adapted it to the pale ale style.
Sinebrychoff Bear Pale Ale
If we forget the use of the controversial omata verb (it should be forbidden!) In the plot texts of the package, then otherwise the look of the can may be pleasing to many eyes. The green effect color is surprising and the image of the teddy bear has been subtly stylized.
The tropical fruitiness of beer flavored with Simcoe, mosaic and Citra varieties does not try to court with an overripe extract, but the aroma image remains very moderate. The softness rises as the amber beer warms up in the glass. There is more fruit in the taste than in the aroma, but on top of the mica it goes through the spiciness sprinkled on the surface of the malt until the aftertaste, where the bitters tickle the palate relatively vigorously. On the other hand, one could also talk about purity. If ten thousand pale ale controls were taken alongside, Karhu Pale Ale would probably be in the driest quarter.
Country of manufacture: Finland.
Alcohol content: 5%.
Availability: Retail Stores.
Food recommendation: Oven-cooked herb chicken.
Scores: 95-100: Classic, 90-94: Excellent, 85-89: Good, 80-84: Satisfactory, 70-79: Adequate, 50-69: Poor.
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