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RATINGS: 634   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.84/5   IBU: 32   EST. CALORIES: 261   ABV: 8.7%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Lolita is a pink rose colored Belgian style pale ale fermented with wild yeast and aged on raspberries in wine barrels. Aromas of fresh raspberries, bright jammy fruit flavors and crisp, refreshing body make Lolita ideal for beer drinkers fond of Belgian Framboise.

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3.7
scooterbub (1068) - Lander, Wyoming, USA - DEC 25, 2013
765ml bottle. Pours a nice amber, with a thin white head that fades. Taste is of raspberries, fruit, yeast, wood, wine and some sour notes. Similar aroma. Has clean body with a sour and slightly bitter finish. Comes to life as it warms. A simple, yet complex beer.

3.9
Mora2000 (6158) - McKinney, Texas, USA - DEC 24, 2013
Hazy copper color with a white head. The aroma has some nice tart raspberry notes as well as some toffee. The flavor is very similar. I get some nice juicy raspberry notes as well as a bit of tartness. There is also some toffee and a bit of brown sugar. Medium mouthfeel and medium carbonation. Very nice.

3.7
UDBeernut (2883) - Saint Johns, Florida, USA - DEC 24, 2013
mid amber pour, no head, but lots of visible carbonation. funky nose, raspberry sweetness also. moderate tart, undulating sweetness from the raspberry. light body.

3.9
Imperial_Scout (363) - Illinois, USA - DEC 24, 2013
Pours reddish brown from bottle with minimal light pinkish head. Nose is of sour apple and black cherry. Tart taste of nose flavors. Great fizzy body throughout.

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nuplastikk (6512) - Madison, Wisconsin, USA - DEC 20, 2013
750ml bottle from Elise split with Ann while trimming the Xmas tree, December 20, 2013. Murky amber-orange-red body. I wasn’t so keen on the aroma at first, thinking it had some non-desirable underlying tendencies...but it also has some really nice natural raspberry tones too, which really took over and won out. A nice interplay between the brett and raspberry. Vinous, tart, puckering aftertaste. Massive sourness grows, coating the whole experience. Complex, intense, bold.

4.1
hopwine (678) - brooklynzzzzz, New York, USA - DEC 16, 2013
Flavor consists of raspberry, light funk, and moderate tartness. Very well composed and integrated. A little too clean for my taste though, could use more pronounced funk and tartness to be a truly excellent sour. Enjoyable for sure, but for this price I could find many better wild ales with more character.

3.3
3sheets2wind (78) - San Antonio, Texas, USA - DEC 13, 2013
Just get Petrus aged pale ale for half the price and just as good. Thisis a perfectly acceptable and average beer that sold for $20 for a 750 mL bottle. Why?

4.2
DrewFace (970) - Melbourne, Florida, USA - DEC 11, 2013
UPDATED: NOV 1, 2014 Pours a ruby color, light haze, off white head. Aroma has a huge sweet tart and lactic sour character, light citrus and tons of raspberry. big sour and sweet tart flavor, quite sour and acidic, lots of raspberry, nice smooth fruity sour. Tasty.

3.7
JustDrinkIt (261) - Arizona, USA - DEC 10, 2013
Reddish amber pour, small rosy head. Aroma of raspberries, some sour cherry, and white wine. Flavors of more raspberry, oak, and some tart tropical fruit. Very tart and dry.

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ajnepple (7342) - Lakewood, Colorado, USA - DEC 8, 2013
UPDATED: FEB 17, 2016 Big bottle shared with friends, Thanks Jason! Orange, pinkish red and cloudy appearance with a minimal, dissipating head. Fruity, tart and sour aroma with raspberries, light wine, oak, yeast, light spice and other fruity esters. Similar flavor with a nice puckering, carbonated feel and a chalky, dry finish. Pretty tasty. Update: Bumping this up 0.1 to 4.0. Tasting great.


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