Aass Bock (Norway - Drammen) 6.5%
I can see why the goat on the label is SO into this beer. This is a yummy German style beer that tastes almost like it's flavoured with milk chocolate, with a mild bitter taste and it smells a little like caramel. It is dark in colour but not opaque.
Aass Fatøl (Norway - Drammen) 4.7%
Pale pale gold in a glass. Sweet, tangy and skunky with its strong taste of hops. I found this beer to be really tasty and refreshing. A great example of the creative and fine tasting beers that I've come to expect from Aass.
Aass Gourmet Stout (Norway - Drammen) 4.7%
Quite bitter coffee taste with a dark chocolate finish. Very dark in a glass.
Aass Gourmet Weizen (Norway - Drammen) 4.7%
Matly and sweet. A little bitter and tastes a little bit (and a little strangely) like bananas and coconut as well as toasted bread. Golden amber in a glass.
Aass Halv Halling Pilsnerøl (Norway - Drammen) 4.7%
A very interesting beer, fruity but also really nutty with a dark licorice finish. A reddish gold in a glass and also flavours of rich toasted bread. A really different and delicious beer, it tastes as though it should be served by elves. As I've said several times I really like most beers from the Aass Brewery but of all their beers this may just be the one you absolutely must try, I'm as head over heels for this beer as the sprawling character on the delightful label.
This is the last review of the many Aass beers I had the great good fortune to try while I was in Norway, if you ever find yourself in Norway (even try looking if you are anywhere in Scandinavia) you should definitely take it upon yourself to pick up a wide variety of this breweries offerings.