russj117 (5) - Utah, USA - JAN 26, 2012 does not count
i love the sour style, so that’s my bias. revolverlbc (22) - California, USA - FEB 23, 2013
very sweet and tart. smells almost like champagne. taste is initially sweet, then tart, with hints of apple and peach. the 8.8% is VERY well masked, and this beer is quite drinkable. finish is lingering tart.
overall an amazing beer from epic. this is what i had hoped the sour apple saison would taste like. and as an ex-mormon i find the name hilarious. very good!
So freaking good. Highly recommended to me by a sales man who knows his stuff. Pick up a bottle now.
krumbum (1109) - truckee, California, USA - AUG 10, 2013
Clear yellow constant little bubbles. Aromas of brett, honey and funk. Fascinating (3) - Denver, Colorado, USA - APR 19, 2012 does not count
Tastes of light funk and tart citrus tones. Great full mouthfeel and hints of wine dryness in the aftertaste.
Nose: Sulfur, English mustard, wet wool, TCP antiseptic, tarragon, sweet basil, white grape juice and chicken stock. milewide (2326) - Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA - MAR 13, 2014
Look: Sunshine yellow. Champagne-like effervescence.
Taste: White pepper, juniper berry, dry white wine and lemon zest.
Notes: Long medium tartness. Very dry nose. Medium dry finish. Overall, very "white wine-like".
I’ve never had a more brett forward ale! The aroma and taste stinks, just like us brett lovers expect. Make this in 16 oz. cans, year around, and it would never leave my frig!
Urbanhermit (21) - Texas, USA - JUL 22, 2015
My first Brett beer, I opened it way early just to see what a "young" Brett tastes like. This one threw off a lot band-aid in the aroma so that was good to experience. Also the taste came off with the antiseptic and slight rubbery notes I hear young Brett beers are often prone to.
I bought a second bottle and look forward to popping it in a year or so.
Otherwise, I love what this beer wants to become. Mouthfeel is great, color and carbonation are really nice.
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