RATINGS: 233   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.47/5   SEASONAL: Spring   EST. CALORIES: 216   ABV: 7.2%
The conception and naming of this beer happened in one fell swoop. Unsure whether to offer a light session beer or a fun ball-buster as our warm weather seasonal, we decided on a beer that would be “a big, fatty boombalatty” version of a Belgian white. And away we went, taking a recipe for a white beer and ramping up the grain bill by 50%; we dropped the amount of wheat by 75% to keep the beer rough around the edges. We bucked tradition by steering the bitterness in the direction of a pale ale, and coupling hops with coriander in the fermenter. The resulting beer gives you all the bubblegum goodness of a big Belgian, with enough crispness to cut through the sweet profile, thus making you want to sip it again and again. Dangerous, indeed!

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   AROMA 7/10   APPEARANCE 4/5   TASTE 7/10   PALATE 4/5   OVERALL 14/20
brewblackhole (1587) - Muskego, Wisconsin, USA - MAR 27, 2008
Fruity pear aroma with hints of a phenol, could be clove ,more like kindergarden glue,but pleasant enough, fruity estery malt taste with some right on sweetness, yeast definitely the major player here, a little astringent drying on the palate,as most of the Futhermore products seem to have. Very nice Belgian

Carlisle (865) - Pennsylvania, USA - JUN 3, 2017
Bottle. Pours deep golden color with thick off-white head and substantial lacing. Fruity yeast, orange citrus, and coriander on the nose. Sweet bready malt upfront with orange citrus and some fruity yeast notes. Coriander and more fruity yeast follow along with some mild bitterness in the long, mouth-coating finish. A little sweet; could use more balance.

gopherfan99 (2012) - Minnesota, USA - NOV 7, 2016
Bottle; pours cloudy orange gold with a white head; aroma of yeast and fruits with hints of caramel, gum, and spice; taste is light sweet with caramel, yeast, fruits, and hints of gum; finish is slightly sweet with some spice notes

muzzlehatch (4975) - Beloit, Wisconsin, USA - AUG 29, 2016
Un-Muzzling Olde Muzzlehatch Ratings, #45 12 ounce bottle drunk at my friend’s house in St. Louis Park, MN, August 2008. Huge head diminishes slowly atop a cloudy goldenbody....lovely floral/earthy aroma, woodsy and barnyard-inflected, with soft peaches and a touch of sour lemon...sweeter than some, and a bit syrupy, has a honey/vanilla character, but enough earthy yeast makes it through to keep it reasonably balanced...soft, moderate carbonation, light-bodied yet not at all thin, tingly...slightly more alcoholic than it’s weight would indicate, but this really isn’t problematic given the overall qualities on display.

MrTipple (6952) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - AUG 17, 2016
Esters, wheat and other grain malts. Slightly hazy gold, small, creamy, white head. Medium sweet. More citrus, orange, esters, soft carbonation, medium bodied. Decent Witbier, maybe a touch sweet. Keg at The Old Fashioned, Madison, WI.

kaser (6430) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - DEC 6, 2015
Bubblegum and fruity flavor. White head. Bottle poured at JP Burkes - orange an cloudy. Complex yeast and grapefruit tangerine flavors. Good

johnnymusky (1004) - Minnesota, USA - NOV 7, 2015
Decent...normal barnyard funk...not my style but enjoyable stuff...first from this brewer...

sean92 (1) - - AUG 25, 2015 does not count
I Bought it for the sole reason that it had a funny name. Drinkable, but disappointed.

Homer321 (5248) - Melboring, Florida, USA - JUL 23, 2015
Nose is full of perfume and roses. Very floral. Light pear. Taste is initially bitter then a significant alcohol warning. More pepper as it warms. Overall a nice Belgian triple or gold strong. A little sweet but well done.

TattooJack (534) - Illinois, USA - MAR 4, 2015
Poured from the bottle of a six pack, lots of foam on this one, an annoying amount actually. Could only pour about a half a bottle at a time. My palate is not that of the aristocrat so I was not able to taste the bubblegum, but I was not disappointed by this beer, i caught a good buzz and was not offended. I would say that calling it a fatty is somewhat of a stretch, moderately overweight would be a more accurate description, maybe a person with a 27 or 28 BMI. If I were to name this beer I would call it "husky". Lose a point for all the foam.

starewich (170) - - JAN 11, 2015
Light brown, slightly hazy. Extremely smooth, extremely sticky. Just plain good. No alcohol taste. One of the best Wisconsin beers.

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