damzz (510) - Massachusetts, USA - JUL 14, 2012
UPDATED: JUL 28, 2012 Pours a thick white head leaving little sheeting. Color is a clear golden brown. The nose is dominated by a yeasty spiceness. Palate reveals a medium body with dryness and a slight toastiness with a lingering hoppy finish that separates this brew from a malty Belgian. The Belgian yeast adds complexity. Tasted at the brewery and in a growler. jkwood04 (5452) - Connecticut, USA - JUN 4, 2012
Sampled at the 2012 American Craft Beer Festival. Pretty hoppy for the style, with a good amount of yeast and malts. thornecb (5997) - Marblehead, Massachusetts, USA - APR 23, 2012
Pours hazy deep amber into a tulip. White head recedes to skim surface leaving scant sheets. Sweet citrus and yeast aromas. Dry with caramel upfront turning to tangerine before the lasting dusty yeast finish. williamstome (1910) - Somerville, Massachusetts, USA - MAR 22, 2012
Nice amber peach pour, nice head. Aroma is yeast, dried fruit, figs. Sweet. Flavor is quite hoppy, with yeast notes.interesting. SrSilliGose (3331) - pouring bus, New Brunswick, CANADA - JAN 15, 2012
fresh growler. thanks for sharing jeff. notes of toast, fruity belgian yeast, touch of black pepper. some melon. toast. good, but doesn’t really pop.
auerbrau (3203) - Ithaca, New York, USA - NOV 20, 2011
On tap at Atwood’s Tavern - Cambridge, MA. Leafy, hoppy aroma that blends with a very punch and spicy Belgian yeast. There’s a bitter bite to this and it doesn’t seem to come straight out of the hops, instead from some of that acerbic, slightly medicinal, herbal yeast character. I founds the hoppiness quiet enjoyable, but could not quite jive with the yeast character. Overall, it was generally drinkable.