I want to wish all you readers of the Beer Sagas blog a very Merry Christmas. The travelogues from Prague continue tomorrow, but here on Christmas Day I will publish a review of a Norwegian seasonal beer.
Lervigs Jul is a Christmas beer with 6.8% alcohol. In the glass, this is a cloudy coppercoloured beer. There is a medium sized head, but nearly no carbonation. In the nose I feel toffee and grapes. The beer has as sweet taste with some toffee and a touch of tutti frutti bubble gum. The finish is boring, as the tastes more or less disappear. Lervigs Jul is a fine Christmas beer, but it is not among this season's best.
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