Vells (1980) - Rīga, LATVIA - MAR 25, 2017
Crisp grapes, berry like kick, white wine, oak impact, bit citrus. Moderate tartness all the way, with some light hints of sweet. Quite dry finish. Super enjoyable sipper Jashiu (1404) - Gdañsk, POLAND - MAR 25, 2017
Bottle shared @Pułapka, Gdańskjgb9348 (6581) - Arlington (Pentagon City), Virginia, USA - MAR 19, 2017
Minimal lacquer, some delicate scent of human feces, champagne. Nicely sour but also a bit sweet
The Seventh Beer of my #6000 celebration, which so happens to be the centre beer at #6000 itself...finally!
Quite difficult to get the cork to get moving, but once it got a bit of a gap near the top, it opened fairly easily. Pours completely clear with a touch of a copper coloured body, but fairly peach and orange-ish with a thin off-white head that fades just as quickly as soda and doesn’t leave any sort of lace at all - large bubbles as well that fade to nothing. Aroma of gueuze, light malt, grass, yeast, white grape juice, more yeast and a sour, spontaneous fermentation smell that just screams funky sourness, just like the best gueuze from Belgium. Light to Medium-bodied; Funky sour flavours at first with green apples, pears, apricots and peaches, passionfruit and a light dose of guava as well, but the malt comes through a touch near the end, but this is funky and showing the must and dry oak throughout. Complex wild and funky flavours at first with the deep sour funk all pungent throughout along with the dry oak and sweetness that would show through after a long time in a wooden barrel. Aftertaste is funky, but the spontaneous fermentation and complexity with flavours around the spectrum makes this a very nice beer through and through and makes this a welcome and US-brewed alternative for a real, unblended gueuze from Belgium. Overall, great to finally sample, and despite the ho-hum appearance and unflattering trip to the glass, this beer is really good and makes me long for another trip to the brewpub and samples right from the barrels. I sampled this 75 cL corked and caged bottle, purchased from Supermarket Liqours in Fort Collins, Colorado on 17-March-2016 for US$19,99 sampled almost exactly a year later on 18-March-2017.
2013 Edition (9,3% abv) // Purchased: 17-March-2016 // Sampled: 18-March-2017
Gebels (94) - Gdańsk, POLAND - MAR 14, 2017
In aroma Grape, champagne, wine and yeasts, in taste quite similar, grape a bit of leather and wine Alusmamuts (2170) - LATVIA - MAR 14, 2017
Dark yellow bit orange slightly hazy. Mild sour fruity aroma. Strong fruity sourness, some sourness and slight bitterness. Wine and fruity notes, lasting also in the aftertaste.
sokuzs1 (1644) - POLAND - MAR 13, 2017
Aroma: riesling, alcohol, earthy, oak, spicy
Taste: medium sour, riesling, alcohol, oak, earthy, spicy rumore (865) - Rimini, ITALY - MAR 12, 2017
From 75cl bottle at Grand Cru, Rimini, Italy. Pours pale gold, hazy, with almost no foam. Aroma is tannic and denotes sour wild yeasts. Body is medium with marked astringency. Taste is intensely sour, some sapidity. Finish is relatively long. msbernac (2919) - Krakow, POLAND - MAR 10, 2017
Appearance-golden, hazy, white foam,
Taste-medium sourness, light sweetness,
Palate-medium body, sticky, lively, long finish,
Overall-very good teorn88 (8066) - Rimini, ITALY - MAR 9, 2017
75cl bottle via Grand Cru. It pours a clean golden color with a minimal off white head. Aroma is tart lemony with notes of lemon juice, light funk, grass and vinegar and white wine. Taste is also acidic and dry with big lemon juice notes, lactic acid, light vinegar, tart white wine. Medium bodied with good carbonation. Overall, nice rami_pl (4784) - Warszawa, POLAND - MAR 8, 2017
Rami Rami is drinking The Vine by Cascade Brewing Company (USA)
Bardzo spoko owocowo bretowe, winne, bez nuty przewodniej ale fajnie zlozone. Az mi pokalik w rekach strzelil...