drunkenpolack (319) - Virginia Beach, Virginia, USA - FEB 24, 2012
Old short review from 2009 - It defintely had a little sour twang to it. Not much, just right for me. Mix that in with a decent amount of coriander, wheat, and lemon and you have a nice small tart brew. jasonp (1581) - Ashburn, Virginia, USA - SEP 7, 2009
On tap at DFH Rehoboth brewpub 9/4/09. Pours an attractive, bright hazy yellow with a dense white head. In the nose, there is fresh hay and grass with a whiff of interesting sourness. The flavor has notes of wheat, light base malt, saltiness, tart lemon, noble hops and an unexpected sourness in the finish - but not in a funky brett type of way. Light bodied with lively, fine-beaded carbonation. A very refreshing, interesting session beer. Really good stuff - I hope they make more of this. TheBeerGod (6224) - Newport News, Virginia, USA - SEP 1, 2009
Draft at DFH Rehoboth on 8/29. Hazy gold pour with a short white head. Aroma is rather grainy and lemony with light sourdough and yeast notes. Hints of spice taste is rather tart with more lemon, salt, grains/wheat, light spice, and sour yogurt. Body is light and very bubbly with a light dryness and acidic notes. Ends with more salt, sour fruit, grains, yogurt spice and lemon zest. Nice! beachbum25 (1092) - Powellville, Maryland, USA - AUG 30, 2009
On tap @ the Rehoboth Brewpub-Cloudy straw color w/o much head. Aromas of wheat & citrus. Strong flavors of lemon grass, wheat & citrus, w/a little spice, maybe colander, maybe orange peel. Has a very sour flavor to it, really puckers you up, took a few sips to get used to it, almost took your breath away. Brought to mind the few Lambic’s I’ve had-a Guauze or a Faro. Different but good; seems I use that line a lot when talking about Dogfish brews! I don’t think you could drink to many of these, more of an after dinner sipper.