Appearance: Pours a clear golden body with a frothy head that drops pretty quick but leaves a fair amount of lacing
Smell: A whole range of tart fruit – pineapples, green apples, sour cherries, lemons and a bit of funk throughout
Taste: A blend of sweet and tart flavors that go back and forth through to the finish. A touch of wood in the finish
Mouthfeel: Light bodied, sour and puckering; low carbonation
Drinkability: A very nice sour ale that can be drank on a regular basis. Not too acidic or sweet.
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.
A: Pours a light amber brown with some haze.
S: Plenty of sour cherries on the front with a bit of vinegar, some lactic notes, and a hint of malt sweetness as well.
T: A ton acidity and some vinegar. Good cherry notes along with a bit of sweetness that goes well with the sourness. Not too much oak, but a decent dryness with some tannins
M: The body is medium with a very lively carbonation and a dry finish.
D: A nice example of the style, not the best from them but not bad either. Was looking for something more sour but maybe it would age into that. Would buy again
Serving type: bottle