BFM Abbaye de Saint Bon-Chien (2011)

 
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Formerly brewed at BFM (Brasserie des Franches-Montagnes)
Style: Sour/Wild Ale
Saignelégier, Switzerland
Serve in Snifter, Tulip, Tumbler

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RATINGS: 159   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.88/5   EST. CALORIES: 336   ABV: 11.2%
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3.6
mcberko (17825) - Vancouver, British Columbia, CANADA - MAY 28, 2015
750mL bottle, pours an opaque dark amber / maroon with a small white head. Aroma brings out notes of vinegar, light tart fruits, some worcestershire sauce, and light sweetness. Flavour is quite vinegary and acidic, with woody, dark fruits, medium sourness, medium acidity, and some worcestershire sauce. A lot sharper than the other years in terms of acidity. Well-constructed and a pleasure to slowly sip as usual. Very good.

3.9
pumpmaster (1393) - Pembroke Pines, Florida, USA - MAY 20, 2015
0.3l draft at the Lambiczoon bar in Milano, Italy 5/3/15 for 6 euro. Very good!

3.7
Johnsense (1669) - - MAY 3, 2015
A,ber pour, large head that disappears quickly. Fairly fruty aroma and taste... Red currant, cherry skin, far bit of funk, red wine, red and green grapes, oak in both aroma and taste. Medium body.

3.4
Gachupines (1252) - USA - MAR 19, 2015
Reddish pink with a thin off white head. Aroma is a bit fruity and sharp. Flavor is fruity and light with just a touch of sour funk in the finish. Surprisingly clean and crisp in the front though it doesn’t leave a decently strong aftertaste. Wife: 4.5

5
tykechandler (343) - Kentucky, USA - FEB 1, 2015
Это пиво вкусное. я, конечно, рекомен& его всем, что любит хорошую Craft пива!

3.5
obguthr (6350) - Staunton, Virginia, USA - JAN 19, 2015
Currant, clay, and dates aroma, shortbread. Murky ochre, thin head. Tart on the front and back ends. Milder at midpalate. Distinct stewed apples and currants with shortbread underneath. Tasty and unique, but was missing the mustiness that I was expecting. Wonderful beer.

4.2
eduardovl (1449) - SWITZERLAND - OCT 14, 2014
UPDATED: NOV 13, 2014 375ml bottle served in a snifter glass. 2011 Edition. A: Pours a light and bit fuzzy amber color forming a small yellow bubbled head. Small retention and only few spotty lacings left in the glass. S: Absolutely delicious in the nose. Sweet grains, wood, grapes, wild yeasts. A bit sour and vinegar but not aggressive. T: Slightly sweet upfront. Fruity and woody. Notes of sweet malts, dark fruits, mainly grapes. Wild Lambic like yeasts. In overall a slightly sweet sour beer. Hops bitterness is also there to make it perfect. M: Medium molasses body. Low carbonation. Tart and fruity aftertaste. O: Excellent drinkability. Perfect beer. Swiss masterpiece. [ BA Review @ 5/2/2013 ]

4
JHeath99 (1678) - Warner Robins, Georgia, USA - OCT 9, 2014
Bottle. Pours a murky brown amber with almost no head. Aroma of tart funk goodness. Taste is similar, sour forward with a lot of tart.

3.9
DialSquare (5029) - Columbus, Ohio, USA - OCT 3, 2014
Rating #2700: bottle from Andersons on Bent Tree. Deep reddish pour with very little head. Aroma of cherry, dark fruit, vinegar, wood. Tastes are along those lines with caramel, toffee background. Also get some sour apple. Overall tough to rate. I tried the 2012 recently and loved it. This definitely isn’t as good - more grapey, sickly sweet. But my ratings shouldn’t be this far apart. Maybe a mood thing.

4
SinH4 (4789) - Garching b. München, GERMANY - OCT 3, 2014
UPDATED: JUL 18, 2015 Distinct features compared to other ASBCs: Grape aroma and some exotic fruits. Very present sourness. Not as sweetish-fruity as the 2013.


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