I opened my second last bottle of BOGADAL, This one a #231, last night which I have had for about five years. This beer was dated 2010 and the label notes said it was a mork Muscovado (the o in mork has a / through it). It was a really nice beer, shared between three, if I had had any sense I would have made sure I got the largest share. It poured a deep red colour, not a lot of head, had a wonderful and full, fruity aroma with an alcohol bite to it. A rich fruity plumy flavour which intensified as it warmed up. I hadn’t had this beer in the fridge, it was stored in my garage/beer cellar which in the winter and at this altitude is as cold as any cellar, so even though it had been sitting in the room for a while it was probably a bit too cold at the outset. By far one of the best beers I have had in some time.
I still recall my viisit to the Bodegal brewery a few years ago and subsequent meeting with Casper as being one of the top three beer travel experiences,(the other two are my visit to Haandbryggeriet brewery in Drammen, Norway and De Molen brewery in the Netherlands) and all three times I was so taken with my visits I came away with practically no photos of the occasions,
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