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Carlsberg Sverige AB
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Årstadvägen 6
Box 164
S-311 22 Falkenberg
Telephone: +46 (0) 8 757 70 00
Brewer: Ingeborg Persson
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Notes

Opened: 1896

Annual Production: 3,000,000 hl

U.S. Importer: B. United International

Contributors: Mario Kornmesser, Jacob Sjúrður Hansen

Known as Falken until 2004.

Updated: October 12, 2017

Beer List

  • Awards:

  • 5.50% abv.
    • Date: November 9, 2007 (#6685)
      Package: bottled
      Place: Hy-Vee Council Bluffs, Council Bluffs IA
      Score: 16½ points
      Appearance (3)
      Deep garnet. Huge dense head.
      Aroma (3)
      Grassy, woody. Sherry. Sweet and chocolatey.
      Mouthfeel (8)
      Medium-big body, low carbonation. Richly malty, with lots of grassy English hop flavor. Moderate bitterness. Some sherry oxidation. Very chocolatey with a hint of roast.
      Overall Impression (2½)
      "Årgång 2006".

  • 5.40% abv.

  • Awards:

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    5.60% abv.
    • Date: December 31, 1996 (#1912)
      Package: bottled
      Place: from the brewery
      Score: 20 points
      Overall Impression (3)
      "Old Brew", or what the English might call an "Old Ale". Very deep red, fairly clear, good head. Smells of molasses and smoke. A lot like Theakston's Old Peculier in aroma and flavor! This one's more smoky. Lots of molasses, lots of smoke, and a fair bit of alcohol. (The bottle cap says both 4.5% and 14%...go figure.) Sweet smoky finish. Extremely well-balanced beer in all respects. "Bryggdes in I November 1992", "Bäst före År 1997"...it's 10:00pm, 12/31/96, just in time! Packaged in a 33cl bottle with its own opener on a string, stamped "1992". Thanks to Jojje Bredenberg for the beer...he calls it "full and rich". Swedish correspondent Anders Lundquist provides this information: "The 4.5% figure is max alc. by weight (as it was meassured back then), the 14% figure is the OG (in Plato I think, or something close at least). Btw, I'm fairly sure it's actually bottom fermented and not an ale (not that it makes all that much difference in this case)."

  • Awards:

  • European-Style Low-Alcohol Lager / German-Style Leicht(bier)
    Awards:

  • German-Style Pilsener
    5.20% abv.