malrubius (3115) - Springfield, Vermont, USA - JAN 29, 2016
Bottle from Meditrina. Sourdough funk perfume floral citrus melon aroma. Tropical fruit melon sweetness with mild funky leather tartness and woody citrus finish. Fairly dry. Nice soft carbo. Decent enough. Some of that leathery funk turns me off these days. I am souring a little on sour beers. I prefer a very clean dry fresh brett beer. Nevertheless, very good. johnnnniee (4459) - Bedford, New Hampshire, USA - JAN 26, 2016
Bottle from the Bodega
Slightly hazy deep yellow color with a decent sized long lasting bubbly white head. Initially some sulfur on the nose, but that eventually dissipated. Lemony with tart cherries and wisps of honey maltiness. Heavy vinous notes with bits of cereal grainy flavor. Tannic wood is a bit heavy with some sweet stone fruitiness to partially cover. Not my favorite Allagash wild ale, but decent. bottleforager (3211) - Gray, Maine, USA - JAN 18, 2016
Pours a rich golden color with three fingers of white thick foam.
Wet moldy hay, musty basement, dried mango, sercial grapes, orange rind, old wood, cream soda, hot beeswax, bitter dandelion.
Overall nice in complexity and unique flavors without straying to far from what you would expect from Allagash. Huhzubendah (3776) - Washington DC, USA - JAN 17, 2016
Hazy yellow golden body with a small white collar. Citrus, brett, funk. Subtle, yet beautiful, brandy character. Honey sweetness with assorted citrus. Earthy with mild tartness. Lovely. JBPortland (1582) - Virginia, USA - JAN 16, 2016
375ml bottle pours hazy golden straw with fluffy head. Nose is beautiful with soft toasted oak, honey grain, pineapple, lemon, orange, nice quiet funk and crackly hay. Taste has pricky high carbonation, medium tartness, very dry, toasted grain and hay with funky pineapple, peach, orange, stonefruit, some white grape and prominent oak. Finishes dry, tart, dusty hay, dough, citrus, tropical fruit, oak. Great.
crossovert (14233) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - MAY 1, 2015
Draft. Wow a funky beer. Dill savory and a nice bit of barnyard. Its pretty nice thought. j12601 (13466) - Poughkeepsie, New York, USA - FEB 26, 2015
Pouring at Sour’d in September 2014, at Captain Lawrence. Pours a clear gold with a thin white head. Soft musky yeast and sweetness on the nose. Sweet wood, booze, caramel and brandy. Medium bodied, sweet and faintly herbal. Grapes and soft acid, tartness. Warm wood and brandy. Caramel, toast, sweet acid. NikkTwist (3457) - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA - NOV 11, 2014
Draft at Khyber Pass. Hazy orange pour with a minimal head. Strong medium citrus flavors. Orange peels and pith. Hints of heavier flavors. Enough hops to balance out the citrus. Feels like a fuzzy juicy fruity citrus sour that gets a bit lost on the woods. annunz123 (975) - Taunton, Massachusetts, USA - NOV 9, 2014
Nice fruity aroma with some candy, bread, and Belgian hops. Taste was fruity, lightly bitter, and somewhat sour. More of a sour ale than anything else. Typically not my cup of tea, but this was a fine beer and obviously really well made. craftycarl21 (2338) - Seattle, Washington, USA - NOV 4, 2014
Draft at ChurchKey. Hazy golden pour, solid frothy white head. Nose and flavor bring unripe apricot, hints of mango, sauvignon blanc, tannic funk, light but present tartness, and boozy sweetness. Lovely combination of stone fruit, Cointreau-like liqueur sweetness, and barrel forward funk, all balancing nicely. Reminiscent of a softer, less aggressive Anchorage Tide and its Takers. Nancy was definitely the showstopper of these two new excellent Allagash sours, but I think Evora is the better beer. Superb as always from this brewery.