A: Amber orange in color with a good amount of head that lingers forever.
S: The nose is yeasty and very funky, prominent horse blanket smell as well.
T: Slight tartness, yeast and that subtle barnyard/wet hay funk. Perfectly balanced malty/hoppy/sweetness.
M: Light body, high carbonation finished very dry.
D: One of the best beers all the way around. Very good and pairs well with a lot of things.
A – Clear copper color with a one-finger, off-white head of foam, left lacing on the glass.
S – Floral with a malty/bready backbone.
T – Kinda spicy with some sweet bread and caramel.
M – It was crisp, sharp and smooth. A light to medium bodied ale with a dry, clean finish.
O – Great steam style beer, highly recommend
A: Pours a hazy golden orange color with a small white head, rather foamy that reduces to a nice cap on top with some pretty nice lacing all around the glass.
S: Some light tropical fruit on the aroma, mostly passion fruit with a bit of lemon/lime citrus and some bready malt.
T: Not as fruity as the aroma, definitely a bit breadier. There is again a bit of passion fruit/papaya, but the citrus isn’t really there. A heavy dose of fresh bread comes through in the middle.
M: Medium bodied with moderate carbonation. Pretty clean.
O: Pretty good beer, a little fruitier on the flavor profile would have done it for me. was expecting something great here…
Appearance: Pours a hazy honey color with a modest head that fades rather quickly leaving lace behind
Smell: Bready, with orchard fruit (apples, pears and peaches) with a bit of barnyard funk
Taste: Opens with a bready character that persists and grape flavors add tartness; in the background, the orchard fruit adds another angle. The funkier flavors arrive and the Brett dries everything out in the finish
Mouthfeel: Medium body with moderate to high carbonation
Overall: Clearly an entry point to Brett beers for the uninitiated, this beer brings a fair bit of complexity, as well; it will be interesting to see how this develops
Serving type: bottle