madmitch76 (24789) - , Essex, ENGLAND - JUN 20, 2016
16th June 2016Travlr (24665) - Charlotte, North Carolina, USA - OCT 31, 2013
Scopey’s grand vertical. Thanks to Dan. Very hazy gold beer, thin pale cream colour head. Palate is light and dry with decent carbonation. Sharp acid start, lemon and vinegar. Some other things going on but who cares. Daydream? More like a burning nightmare! Fuck me this is a stinker. Should keep Paul’s drains clear for a few weeks I suppose.
Draft. Murky golden a,ber color, massive white head. Aroma of peat! Not subtle, but not overwhelming either. Taste is vanilla, straw, and not so subtle peat. Leighton (21232) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - JUN 16, 2016
Bottle shared in East Croydon - many cheers to Danny Boy. Pours hazy gold with a creamy, white head. Smokey aroma with lemony undertones, with just hints of funk. Quite acidic, fairly dry, lemony, with some dry band-AIDS, hard grassy bitterness. Medium bodied with spritzy carbonation. Finishes with rubbery peat, more harsh grassy bitterness, acidic lemon bite, more band-aid. Novel, but not hugely drinkable. fiulijn (20491) - Vancouver, British Columbia, CANADA - SEP 6, 2016
Bottle from Denman Wine and Spirits, Vancouvermcberko (17809) - Vancouver, British Columbia, CANADA - SEP 6, 2016
Cloudy bright golden color. Weird aroma, smoke and citrusy fruits, acidic. The mouthfeel is very carbonated, rather dry, lemony, with an interesting peaty side.
375mL bottle, pours an opaque cloudy golden orange with loads of sediment and a small white head. Nose is heavy on the smoke and brett, with the smoke above everything else, followed by farty bretty funk. Flavour works surprisingly well, with lots of funk, citrusy tartness and subdued smoke. Medium acidity and aggressive tartness on the finish. Works surprisingly well. Despite the slightly off-putting noise, it tastes very good. Enjoyable stuff.
Oakes (17664) - Vancouver, British Columbia, CANADA - MAR 29, 2014
Hazy light tan. Weird aroma w lots of peat and lots of brett, and some like, slightly biscuity malts as well. Tart, lots of peat...finishes like mixing Ardbeg and Cuvee Rene Gueuze. Ok this makes no sense, yet it is strangely compelling. It’s a bit of a laugher, but I could finish a glass of that. jtclockwork (16581) - , New Jersey, USA - DEC 30, 2013
Bottle at Torst. Pours gold with white head. Nose and taste if peat, whiskey, smoked lemon, sour malt, Brett and funk. Medium body. Perfect balance. FatPhil (16102) - Tallinn, ESTONIA - MAY 12, 2015
Tap (TCBW15)Ferris (15265) - Burnaby, British Columbia, CANADA - OCT 1, 2016
Smells of sheep shit, so I guess at least the peat is good. Harsh sour aspects too. Hazy and pale. Fucking sharp vinegary palate. This is just pure battery acid. Brett should introduce a funkiness, never vinegar, these guys are doing it wrong. The rest of the ingredients I like, but the light grains are completely killed by the acid.
Bottle - Smoke, peat and some acidic notes. Cloudy gold with a small white head. Lots of wood and peaty notes, nice acidity and a long woody finish. If you like peat, an extraordinary beer. Scopey (14707) - Croydon, Greater London, ENGLAND - JUN 16, 2016
Bottle, big thanks to Dan. It pours cloudy pale golden - orange with a thick white head. The aroma is earthy, funky, musty, dirt, farmyard, manure, peat, medicinal action, whisky, dirt and muck. The taste is crisp, tart, sour lemon sherbet, grapefruit, medicinal, some bright acidity, barnyard, gooseberry, smoked peat and dirt with a sour lemon finish. Medium body and fine, foamy carbonation. Pretty freakin odd, but actually ok.