During the last week I have presented some of the beers from Stavanger's Lervig brewery. The last one out in this series of blog posts is Betty Brown. Betty Brown is presented on the label as a Norwegian Brown Ale. But what is the beer like?
In the glass this is a dark copper coloured beer. It has a medium sized head and some carbonation. In the nose I feel some burnt malts and touches of caramel. I feel caramel and some bitter hops before a finish with some cold coffee. This was a really good beer, and I enjoyed its hoppyness. Betty Brown will be my partner now and then. That is for sure!
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