RATINGS: 71   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.41/5   EST. CALORIES: 240   ABV: 8%
Amazingly smooth and refreshing, Flemish Style Ale is drenched in dried cherry flavors that compliment its slight fruitiness and heavy sour finish. Sure to become one of your favorite Beers.

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jtclockwork (16831) - , New Jersey, USA - MAR 18, 2011
Bottle at Max’s tasting. Pours reddish brown. Nose of plum, malt and dog food. Taste of apple vinegar, cranberry and malt. Odd.

bhensonb (15489) - Woodland, California, USA - FEB 4, 2011
Bomber from the Natomas BevMo. Pours ruddy copper with a foamy beige/tan head. Rather odd smell - kind of sour, kind of milk? Med body. Flavor is arguably tart, but it’s quite fruity. I think diacetyl is in the mix. Took that aroma for milk. Odd drink. Sour. Diacetyl. Caramel. Tartish fruits. Not saying it’s a great beer. But, had it not been rushed, perhaps it might have been. I’ll wager this could be tweaked into something very good. But for now, I suspect haste made waste. As is, it’s still head and shoulders above many pale lagery things.

DSG (15035) - Tel Aviv, ISRAEL - JUL 8, 2011
Bottle sample at the 1st Israeli Sour Tasting. Thanks Dagan. Clear amber-brown. Malty smell, somewhat oxidized, with caramel, and some cardboard and sherry. Sourish flavor with some slightly sweet malt and fruits. Medium-bodied.

BeerandBlues2 (13638) - Escondido, California, USA - APR 15, 2012
Bottle. Pours clear tawny with a medium, creamy light tan head, medium retention and good lacing. Aroma is diacetyl, caramel malt, light fruit notes, and not much else comes through over the diacetyl. Flavor is diacetyl, lightly sour fruits, malt dominant and a sweet finish. Medium body, warmth, and carbonation.

bu11zeye (13029) - Frisco (Dallas), Texas, USA - SEP 10, 2012
(22oz bottle) Pours a clear amber body with a small off-white head. Aroma of caramel, bread, fruit, and leather. Flavor of caramel, earth, grass, grapes, some butter, and minerals.

j12601 (12973) - Poughkeepsie, New York, USA - MAR 24, 2011
Bottle at Max and Jess’s place. Pours a clear orange gold with a thin white head. Nutty, sour acid, and some touches of vegetables. Sweet caramel, toast and a touch of acid. Muddy malt flavors. Very odd.

slowrunner77 (12451) - Reno, Nevada, USA - OCT 1, 2014
UPDATED: MAY 2, 2015 "a little sweet and definitely spiced. there’s two trains of thought here...one being that this wasn’t really meant to be a sour. that it was a mistake they botted, and i can see where one might think that. maaaybe a touch funky, but not really sour at all. if it didn’t say sour on the label i’d have thought i was drinking a weird mediocre spiced ale. really not much to go back for, at any price point. not a horrible beer, but definitely a joke of a sour ale."

daknole (11049) - Scottsdale, Arizona, USA - APR 2, 2011
Smells and tastes like horrible rubber bands. This is so insanely awful. Holy hell. Holy shit. Holy fuck.

marcus (10466) - Sacramento, California, USA - MAR 3, 2011
Bottle from BevMo. Pours clear copper with a thick beige head and a sour malt aroma. There is a carbonated sweet and sour pale malt flavor that tastes a little off.

GT (10001) - San Diego, California, USA - APR 16, 2012
651mL thanks to beerandblues2. I saw this in California two months ago and scrolled past. Well here it is again. A flat, clear red pour. Nose is sweet grenadine syrup with toffee and diacetyl. Taste is mild diacetyl quickly overtaken by stomach acid- probably the rarest but most god awful brewing flaw that exists: acid and vomit character. I’m about to throw up just writing this review having to remember how gross it was. Easy 1/10 for taste and 1/5 for palate.

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