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: The pour is a rich amber color with about one finger of head.
S: The nose is quite complex with yeast, caramel, dark dried fuits, and floral notes as well. A very complex nose.
T: Sweet caramel malt and plenty of dark dried fruits. There is some mild spice (clove is what I mostly notice), and a little yeast as well.
M: Medium bodied with a high level of carbonation and a dry finish.
D: Great mouthfeel and some nice fruit and yeast character to this beer
Serving type: bottle
A: An opaque reddish-brown color with an red-tinted foam which quickly subsides.
S: Full of sour cherries, vinegar, and oak. Some hints of sweetness coming through the pungent and strong aromas.
T: The taste is quite similar to the smell. The oak flavor is very prominent, dark fruits too. The vinegar component is a somewhat muted, compared to the aroma. Overall, the beer is tart, but not overwhelmingly so not to be compared with American sours.
M: The beer is medium in body with a dry finish, and mild astringency. Dry
D: The flavors are good and well balanced, another sour that you could drink more than one. Comes in a four pack for right around $10 so a good deal too.