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RATINGS: 99   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.67/5   SEASONAL: Series   EST. CALORIES: 255   ABV: 8.5%
Our tonnellerie series is the perfect showcase of what we mean when we say that we make "wildly traditional bière". Here we have taken our classic Saison Rue recipe, rich with rye malt, and allowed it to ferment spontaneously within extra large oak barrels that previously contained similarly wild beers. After enough time and plenty of wishful thinking, this brand new, earthy, complex, farmhouse ale developed into what was bottled up to enjoy. We find the rustic charm of fermenting a beer in this traditional method is mimicked in the flavor.

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SeniorZozo (1841) - Budapest, HUNGARY - APR 25, 2016
Cloudy yellowish gold with a huge white head. Bottle pretty much exploded upon opening so probably only drank about a quarter of the bottle. Nice funk, cheese and citrus combo

msbernac (2556) - Krakow, POLAND - APR 20, 2016
Bottle Aroma-barnyard, apricot Appearance-golden, hazy, white foam, Taste-medium sourness, medium bitterness, light sweetness, Palate-medium body, slick feel, lively, long finish, Overall- very good

Sebilinz (2323) - Linz, AUSTRIA - APR 16, 2016
Bottle Cloudy golden body with white head Aroma is fruity sour some green apples. Taste is sour with very nice sweetness and some almonds. Aftertaste is perfect balanced between sourness sweetness and bitterness.

Klimaet (2539) - Aarhus N, DENMARK - APR 12, 2016
Bottle. Pours hazy dark orange with a medim white head. Aroma is malty, spicy, citrussy, esters, floral, hay. Taste is sweet, malty, yeasty, citrussy, spicy.

Camons (12296) - Hasselager, DENMARK - APR 12, 2016
Bottle @ Cafe Albert, Aarhus. Pours hazy dark yellow with a white head. Aroma of light malt, yeast, light spice, grass, wood, hay, light citrus. Flavor is rather sweet, malt, yeasty, fruit, hay, citrus, some alcohol. Medium to full body, average carbonation, light warming alcohol in the finish. 090416

djd07 (14358) - Houston, Texas, USA - APR 10, 2016
Bottle thanks to Paul. Pours a cloudy orange gold with large frothy white head leaving sticky lacing. The aroma is yeast, brett, lemon zest. Medium mouth, brett, funk, lingering dryness, good.

chrisv10 (17275) - DENMARK - APR 10, 2016
Bottle. Hazy golden with small white head. Aroma is malt, fruit, wheat, yeast, sour and tart. Flavour is malt, fruti, wheat, tart, yeast, warming, medium sweet, little sour, little acid, little bitter with notes of alcohol.

ClarkVV (6642) - Boston, Massachusetts, USA - APR 1, 2016
750mL bottled 2015, drunk 3/26/16, shared by AdamChandler, thanks!
Well, this one got away from me, quite literally, as the beer erupted all over the place. We lost about a third of the bottle. The color is a blonde-golden with a huge white head showing strong retention.
Lots of oak, hay, grass and easygoing brett in the nose are all quite enjoyable. There’s, perhaps, a bit more oak than I’d prefer with some strong honey and dough, but it’s definitely identifiably Belgian.
Carbonation is very strong, though not overly tight, in the mouth, while hay, dough and floral brett notes develop. Some sweetness remains on the finish, perhaps a bit too much so, with light alcohol/glue and a healthy dose of old band-aid. Dry nectarine and apricot esters are the highlight of the beer, which isn’t a peach-banana bomb, as expected. Soft enough texture, from all the sugars still here, no doubt. Eh. It’s certainly passable, which is more than most Bruery beers are, but quite forgettable and a bit messy.

fraternie (1011) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - MAR 29, 2016
A nice blend of nectarine, candy sugar and sourness, showing some light funk, rye and spice notes. Medium length.

AirForceHops (7129) - Epping, New Hampshire, USA - MAR 27, 2016
Bottle thanks to AdamChan. Fantastic white head with good retention. Nose is grainy with light yeast and mild apricot, traces of malts.

Flavor shows very classic mix between yeast esters and bits of rye throughout.. decent balance... fairly dry texture with a grainy rye spiciness. Good carbonation and body seem spot-on. Very drinkable, Probably my favorite (non -imperial stout/ Porter ) from this brewer in a VERY long time. The booze is slightly noticeable but doesn’t kill the flavor for me.

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