Ferris (15020) - Burnaby, British Columbia, CANADA - DEC 7, 2014
Bottle - Batch 10 - Light funky lemon, slight tartness. Cloudy yellow with a decent white head. Nice tartness, light soap and funky lemon. Nice. Batch 18 - Tart lemon. Cloudy light gold with a decent white head. Tart lemon and a long finish. Better. Batch 27 - Funk and light. Least amount of character.
Batch 37 - Funky and light sourness. More funk in this. Lukaduke (3206) - Gray, Maine, USA - NOV 30, 2014
Pours a medium golden color with a couple fingers of aggressive tight white foam. Nose is musky oak, light vinous fruit and some dusty lemon. Palate follows with a bigger flavor profile than the nose lead you believe. Nice aggressive carbonation keeps everything light and bright. Tannic oak, dusty lemon, citrus peel, tart stonefruit, toasted malt, soft round vanilla nuances...very cava like but more funky and delicious ! JBPortland (1543) - Hampton Roads, Virginia, USA - NOV 26, 2014
750ml bottle pours semi clear straw gold with medium head. Nose is barny hay and light toasty grain with nuce fruity funk and some lemony citrus zest. Taste is well balanced rustic funk, tart, dry oak, straw, lemon, orange, light stonefruit. Finish is dry tart funky lemon citrus and orange, hay, grain and oak. Salmoniform (1272) - Sweet Home, Oregon, USA - OCT 19, 2014
Poured from bottle to glass. Hazy orange golden hue with fizzy champagne-like white head. Aroma is lactic, oak, lemons, wheat. Mouthfeel is fantastic with a medium light body and sharp carbonation. Taste is dry sweetness followed by s nice tart sourness and an oaky finish. Overall this is a really good brew. slowrunner77 (11930) - Reno, Nevada, USA - SEP 18, 2014
"Dry and somewhat aggressively sour and stinky. Love the feel, champagne like and showing no alcohol. Funkier towards the bottom. Stinky cheese, green olives and honeysuckle. Odd combo, totally works."
BelgianBeerGal (4039) - Panama City, Florida, USA - MAY 30, 2014
Old Ebay 2008 bottle, batch E!010. Glad we finally got around to drinking this. Overall this is a very easy drinking sour. Nice tartness but nothing too over-the-top. Very pleasant. dfroms (477) - Brooklyn, New York, USA - MAY 18, 2014
Draft at One Mile House, 2010 vintage. Really special to try this. Pours a glowing cantaloupe color with small white head that quickly subsides. Aroma is lovely, bright, soft fruit and acidity: melon, lychee, lemon zest, white wine, light Brett, oak barrel. Taste is softly sour apricot, sour cherry, melon, and white grape sweetness fading into oaky tannins. Slightly musty finish. Creamy palate. Incredible balance and a great example of what an American wild can be. Luk_ (243) - Quebec, CANADA - APR 27, 2014
2009 vintage thanks to Bearsonacid. Sunshine pour with decent white head. Aroma is bretty and barnyard with a so nice candied lemon. Nice yeast. The blend of brett, lemon and champagne yeast flavors are great. The palate is out of this world. Rich yet light at the same time. It really succeed at being a complex tasting brew while being perfectly sessionnable. BoBoChamp (5755) - Gent, BELGIUM - FEB 17, 2014
75cl, Batch E!037, at 7%Vol, recently retired exclusive American brew, with Brettanomyces, thx alot to Mike for bringing this over!, complex sour brew, fruity/woody and slightly vinous/floral, balanced, cloudy, rocky head, very good brew harrymel (1551) - Spokane, Washington, USA - DEC 20, 2013
A: pours a turbid apricot ale with three fingers of bone whIte foam. This falls in a few mOments to a solid sheet of the same. Ringed and spotty lacing.
S: lots of lemon and Brett tones. Some sour peach. Pretty and simple.
T: not nearly as tart as the nose lets on. Sweet and grainy. Some subtle appearances of hay, grass and mineral flavors.
M: medium on heavy for the style. Slightly lo carb. Semi dry finish.
O: good stuff. Not too tart and offers up a refreshing profile. Good stuff.
Serving type: bottle