A supermarket I visited had a pale lager I have seen in Norwegian shops several times but never bothered tasting. That was not a good move, as Lundetangen Pilsnerøl was worth checking out. It is brewed by the Norwegian Aass brewery, by the way.
In the glass Lundetangen Pilsnerøl has the typical pale colour. There was nearly no carbonation nor head. In the nose I feel malts, grass and some sweetness. The beer tastes of honey and malts before a somewhat watery finish. I enjoyed this beer, although I would consider it an average pale lager beer.
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