MarcoDL (4845) - NETHERLANDS - JUN 15, 2017
Draft at beugel. Golden pour. Aroma of rhubarb, mild tart and wheat. Taste has fresh rhurbarb, subtle tart, veggie juice and a wheaty finish. Good. androman (2291) - Maarssen, NETHERLANDS - MAY 27, 2017
On tap at Utrechtse Bierbrouwers Festival 2017.
Nose is vegetables, grass.
Body is hazy yellow orange, head is medium, white, frothy, average lasting, excellent lacing.
Aroma is tropical fruits, lime, vegetables, sponge cake, mint, weed.
Medium sweet, light bitter, medium fruity yeasty sour.
Finish is medium lasting fruity yeasty citric milky sour.
Medium body, slick texture, medium carbonation.
Quite easy, interesting, not my thing, but, not bad. kermis (12869) - The Hague / Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS - NOV 5, 2016
Draft at the brewpub. Hazy golden orange with an off white head. Aroma of tart rhubarb, light brett funk, mineral and light red fruit notes. Flavour is light sweet, bitter, sour and salty. Above light bodied with soft carbonation. TheJvd (1283) - NETHERLANDS - SEP 21, 2016
Small sample during Carnivale Brettanomyces ’16. Pours hazy light yellow with a medium white head. Aroma has red fruits, tartness, rhubarb, quite nice. Taste is soft sour with some red fruits, tartness and a slightly dry finish. Medium body and carbo. Countbeer (6592) - Best of E-Town mit 2 Brauhausen, NETHERLANDS - SEP 5, 2016
Draught @ Carnivale Brettanomyces ’16: Served in a taster:
Hazy yellow orange with a white head.
Nose of rubber, funk, fruit..
Flavour is sweet tart with some fruit (orange), light bitter, light malty, light funky...
Aftertaste is wood, funk and some fruit.
Low carbo, creamy mouthfeel, medium bodied.
markoijelena (3112) - Belgrade / Amsterdam, SERBIA - AUG 29, 2016
Draft 0.15l at Arendsnest during Carnival Brettanomyces 2016. Amsterdam, The Netherlands. 24.06.2016. Thanks guys for sharing. Pour it golden hazy color with medium white head. Aroma salty, some rhubarb pretty light. Taste quite dry, lemons feel, some peach, bitters finish, interesting all together. rlgk (18847) - Göteborg, SWEDEN - JUN 30, 2016
Draught at Arendsnest, Amsterdam. Hazy yellow/apricot beer with a nice offwhite head. Sourish fruity aroma, rhubarb, grapefruit, citrus, some peach. Sourish rhubarb flavor, spicy, hay, floral, some grapes. Quite nice. Borresteijn (6969) - Zaandam, NETHERLANDS - JUN 27, 2016
On tap at Carnivale Brettanomyces ’16. At Arendsnest. Apparently there were 2 versions on the table, one called Multibrett, the other Multibrett Rhubarb. Not exactly sure if I rated them in the right order, but one would think the Rhubarb version is a bit darker than the other.
Multibrett: Pale golden colour, white head. Aroma of battery acid, pepper, funk, lemons. Flavour is very sour, puckering, battery acid, peppery. Not very nice. 33327 = 1.8
Multibrett Rhubarb: Deep golden colour, white head. Aroma is funky, floral, citrus, light fruity, light peppery, some tropical fruit. Flavour is light to medium sweet, fruity, floral, lemon peel, funk, light tartness compared to the other version. Light bodied. This is nice. 737314 Alengrin (5255) - BELGIUM - JUN 26, 2016
’Multibrett’ saison, tasted at Arendsnest. Light lacing, moussy, off-white head, straw blonde colour, hazy with greenish hue, almost looking like a witbier. Aroma of stewed rhubarb, moldy lemon, wet leather, unripe peach, bitter honey, strawberry vinegar, gooseberry, stale sweat. Crisp, refreshing fruitiness in the mouth, lots of kiwi-, pineapple- and gooseberry-like flavors, dryingly tart, rhubarb indeed in a very fruity way, softish carbo, soapy and bready wheat and barley base, drying finish, gingery spicy touch, earthy and mildly sour. Another fascinating new school Dutch craft brew - I sometimes wonder where they keep coming from... ShivanDragon (4086) - Leeuwarden, NETHERLANDS - JUN 26, 2016
Sample from tap at ’Arendsnest’ during Carnivale Brettanomyces 2016, with the RB crew, on the list as Multi Brett Rhubarb
orange/golden with a white head. aroma of modest rhubarb, some brett, . Taste of grass, smooth, brett, rhubarb, light hoppy, a bit thin,