vandc01 (416) - North Branch, USA - NOV 11, 2015
22oz bottle at home.
First Brett IPA...and not sure I am a fan.
Very funky and tart.
Used cheap bubblegum after taste....
Glad I tried it - but won’t seek it out again. fraternie (1011) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - SEP 28, 2015
Balanced between lemon and grapefruit citrus notes, sourness and funk. Some tartness creeps in late with a hint of barnyard, medium hop presence. A strange but innovative blend. rouhlas (3616) - GREECE - SEP 28, 2015
500ml botle. Light hazy golden orange color with white head. Yeasty aroma, spicy, citrusy fruity, funky, bretty, dusty, wood. Sweet and bitter taste like aroma. Medium oily body with soft carbonation. ClarkVV (6708) - Boston, Massachusetts, USA - SEP 11, 2015
Draught at Deep Ellum, 9/4/15.rosskyle (722) - Denver, Colorado, USA - SEP 4, 2015
White gold, ultra-pale body topped by a small but dense white head that slowly recedes to cover. Moderate haziness.
Very tart, floral/perfumey brett notes in the nose (suprise) are wedded pretty nicely with light tropical fruits (dry pineapple, guava) and hints of pear, orangeskin and heavy lemon balm/lemon oil. Malts seem cracker-like, and quite free from any doughiness, really preserving the levity/headiness of the nose. No alcohol or flaws.
Where the fatale blanc was bogged down by the oily, overly dominant wine barrel and lower, looser carbonation, this version really shines with clear lime/pear/lemon brett notes and a dry grain character adding cracker/biscuit notes and light malt adding light honey to match the acidity of the finish. Hops complement/augment the brett notes, for a change, instead of detracting/distracting and there’s no oak tannin or resin or heavy breadiness. Good stuff. Maybe just a touch too much perfumey/floral dryness exacerbating the dry, crackery malts, but it certainly is light and drinkable.
Served on tap at Ox Cart. Orange lemon hold aroma. Hazy yellow orange color. Medium light body. Lemon citrus flavor. Easy drinking.
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rejtable (2689) - Ontario, CANADA - AUG 23, 2015
Sooo good. Bottle from Bottle Caps. Pours clear golden lots of foamy head and some spotty lacing. Nose is tart fruit and dough. Flavours of lemon, citrus, dough, hint of grapefruit. Flavours are medium bitter, light sweet, light/medium tart. Full sticky body lively carbonation. Nice beer. Swingracex (10) - Tempe, Arizona, USA - AUG 8, 2015
Strange blend of flavor with the hop combo and Brett content... Would have again under certain circumstances drjay44 (3712) - Salida, Colorado, USA - AUG 6, 2015
651 ml. bottle. Pours a thick, well retained, fluffy white head, over a very slightly hazy, gold (SRM 5) body......nose is pine, resin, from the hops, horse blanket, barnyard funk from the Brett, light cereal notes from the malts......taste is dry, with light base malts, slight sour tartness and heavy barnyard funk from the Brett, finishing with moderate pine, resin bitterness.....mouth feel, medium body, minimal alcohol, creamy carbonation. This is a well done rendition of a Belgian/Brett Ale. The aromas and flavors are quite good, with the Brettanomyces being dominant. This should be listed as a Sour/Wild Ale. BJCP 9/3/16/4/8 yourilevesque (1829) - Montréal, Quebec, CANADA - AUG 1, 2015
Dégustée avec Mademoiselle Irina. La bière est jaune paille, trouble et très mousseuse, d’une mousse onctueuse et persistante. Au nez on retrouve de la Brett, une touche d’alcool, un sucre, du gazon et quelque chose qui me rappelle l’air salin. En bouche, c’est le houblon qui domine. Les saveurs sont citronnées et boisées. C’est puissant et agressif sans être ni ordonné ni structuré. Le tout laisse la bouche pâteuse et prend une éternité à s’estomper dans une amertume fatiguante. rumproasts (5359) - Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA - JUL 15, 2015
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Tap. Hazy golden with two finger head. Really nice Brett aroma. Quite funky, but not quite as fruity ad some beet beers. Light bitterness from the hops.