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RATINGS: 94   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.86/5   SEASONAL: Special   EST. CALORIES: 162   ABV: 5.4%
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Aurelian Lure was made by taking mature, barrel-aged sour beer and refermenting it to dryness in oak barrels with apricots from northern California. Dozens of microorganisms, including wild yeasts native to the Texas Hill Country, transformed the apricots through refermentation to create a beer unique to our land.

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3.8
ThirstyBird (3011) - Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, ENGLAND - MAR 10, 2015
Sampled @ ACBF 2015. Pours very pale wheat color with a small off white head. The smell is funky, woody, wheat. The taste is r=tart fruit, wood, wheat. The carbonation is spritzy with light body...nice.

3.7
ZeroDome (133) - GERMANY - MAR 8, 2015
Bottle. Good balanced sourness with fruits and spices. Apricots are subtle in the background, very interesting. Decent sour

3.8
sebletitje (10421) - Enghien, BELGIUM - MAR 8, 2015
75cl bottle sample @ ACBF 2015.
Dorée sur un léger orangé, col fin blanc.
Arôme met de suite en évidence un bouquet fruité d’abricot avec un parfum qui est très agréable. Le côté levure sauvage - brett reste bien présent sans être surfait.
Palais alterne les saveurs entre fruité-abricot et léger côté aigrelet. Retrouve pas mal du caractère boisé de chêne pour un palais mi-sec avec une belle restitution du caractère de l’abricot, notamment de la peau. Rivalise avec sa concurrente belge de Cantillon.

3.6
guiroul33 (255) - Bordeaux, FRANCE - MAR 8, 2015
Bottle @ Alvinne Craft Beer Festival ’15. The apricot touch does bring something special. Good.

4.1
JorisPPattyn (10072) - BELGIUM - MAR 8, 2015
No head left, white white coloured beer. Very subtle fruitaroma (peach or apricot, but also Chardonnay or white Priorat wine). Immensel luring aroma, yet quite held back. Sour, and again a tumble of unknown, exotic fruit. Some spice in the finish, hints at vanilla and lime. Bit undercarbonated, not disturbingly. Medium bodied, mild acidburn. Again a truly impressive beer by JK.

4.7
77ships (11304) - Antwerpen, BELGIUM - MAR 8, 2015
Sampled 500 ml. bottle @ ACBF 2015. Hazy peach golden, little white head. Nose is huge lactic apricot, light peach, fruit has a very lactic Jester King profile,… Taste is nicely sour & mineral apricot, fruit is quite lactic, lightly puckering but still distinct fruit profile, has that mineral, lightly salty profile of the current wild Jester King line-up, lightly puckering,… Body is sparkling, mineral, fruity,… Quite impressive,…. (Thanks for sharing people!!!)

3.4
yespr (48087) - Copenhagen O, DENMARK - MAR 7, 2015
75 cl bottle. Pours hazy yellow with a small white head. Aroma is with is dry and grainy. Dry and citric fruity. Erbal. Bitter and citric. Citric and slight fruity finish.

4
ElManana (2079) - Scheldewindeke, BELGIUM - MAR 6, 2015
Bottle at ACBF. Very fruity again, awesome sour, apricots, these beers are really lovely.

4.3
baraciisch (3398) - California, USA - MAR 3, 2015
Clear yellow orange in color... Aroma of apricot jam... Flavor is apricot, sour citrus, apricot tart finish is amazing... Freaking bomb... I love this beer ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

3.4
DesertDevil (699) - Arizona, USA - FEB 28, 2015
Bottle of blend 2. Super funky aroma of lactic acid, lemon furniture polish, spoiled apricot, vanilla beans, and rotted oak. Pours semi-hazy light creamy yellow. Sharp tart taste of lactobacillus, barnyard tones, spoiled stone fruit, and a strong amount of alcohol. Very hot finish. Sadly, nowhere close to as good as the first batch.


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