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Fierce Beer Blood of Nidhoggr

(44cl, 7%)

Fierce Beer Blood of Nidhoggr

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Fierce Blood of Nidhoggr Bottling Note

A brew for mythology lovers here from Fierce Beer, a sour ale dubbed Blood of Nidhoggr! In Norse mythology, Nidhoggr (or Níðhöggr) is a dragon or serpent who gnaws at a root of the tree that unifies the worlds (Asgard, Midgard and Niflheim, if you were wondering). Brewed with blackcurrants, this beer packs all sorts of juicy, chocolatey flavours.

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Tart blackcurrant leads notes of chocolate ganache, coffee and roasted malt.

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Fierce Beer Blood of Nidhoggr Reviews

would be buying again

Where do I start with this? First sip was like WHHHOA that is noice! It has a very distinct blackcurrant flavour, however. none of the sweetness that you would usually expect. I did not notice any of the chocolate flavour, but that would definitely not be necessary here - amazing taste as it is! Best to be enjoyed chilled - when it gets warmer it is still nice, however, the wow effect is definitely gone.

20th March 2021

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