Bryghuset Svaneke Påske bryg
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A fairly light beer made for Easter. Bryghuset Svaneke is a small brewery on the Danish island of Bornholm. They make tiny batches, just about 1000 liters. The beer itself is a somewhat-fruity ale. Not too much foam which lies down quickly. Carbonation is on the same level as most pilseners, so fairly carbonated, but it’s naturally carbonated on bottle.

All in all a nice Easter beer from a small and nice brewery. I had a bottle of it last year too, but can’t remember what it tasted like then, except it was a whole lot cheaper. This time, I bought it from Vinmonopolet (the state-run wine, spirits and strong beer monopoly) where it costs a whole lot more than in Danish supermarket.

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