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RATINGS: 89   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.87/5   SEASONAL: Special   EST. CALORIES: 210   ABV: 7%
Biere de Goord, a saison brewed with kale, pumpkin seeds, pumpkin and green tea, was created by Jolly Pumpkin to help raise awareness about prostate cancer and generate funds for the Pints for Prostates campaign. The beer was aged in oak and bottle conditioned. This is an extremely limited edition beer brewed to mark National Prostate Cancer Awareness Month in September. Besides the Denver Rare Beer Tasting, the only way to taste this beer is to order it through The Rare Beer of the Month Club or visit one of the Jolly Pumpkin locations in Michigan.

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Dunt (316) - Illinois, USA - OCT 6, 2012
Brought by Todd for my birthday tasting. Thanks a bunch for this Todd! Cloudy golden orange in color with a fingers worth of tight white head. Nose is ridiculously complex. It is bursting with juicy citrus fruit and some subtle grassy, citrusy hops. It reminds me kinda like Hill Farmstead Mimosa, but I think this is slightly better. Flavor is bright and tart, white wine character, citrus, and classic Jolly Pumpkin yeast. Light mouthfeel, moderate carbonation, light acidity, and a long finish. Might be over thinking this a bit, but this beer is one of the best American sours I’ve had to date. It’s so bright and juicy and just alive with flavor. Thanks a bunch for introducing this to me Todd, this was a memorable experience.

tastybeer (1853) - Indiana, USA - JUL 9, 2012
Bottle shared with GT2, thanks! Pour is hazy gold, small white head, little retention/lace. Aroma is dust, citrus, salt, oak, funk. Taste is salty, pineapple, lemon, earth, dust. Palate is dry, soft, refreshing finish.

Travlr (24333) - Charlotte, North Carolina, USA - JUL 8, 2012
Bottle courtesy of GT2, thanks! Cloudy golden color, small white head. Aroma of grass, cotrus, orange peel, light spice. Taste is slightly spiced and slightly sour pineapple. Taste is sourand slightly bitter summer fruit, citrus, white bread. Nice.

GT (10000) - San Diego, California, USA - JUL 8, 2012
750mL thanks to sarro. Pours a full hazy peach with timid white foam. Nose is fresh nectar fruits, cantaloupe, squashy, roasted sweet zucchini, intense sea salted caramels. Wow. Taste is very spritely, refreshing, not actually very complex. Just ridiculously refreshing, quenching, light amount sea salt. Dusty, rindy, citrusy, juicy palate. Very refreshing. Perfect summer beer. Just a little watery for me.

SrSilliGose (3330) - pouring bus, New Brunswick, CANADA - MAR 16, 2012
bottle with a bigtime thanks to kan for sending this my way. excited to try this. drinking this the day after dexter got hit by some sort of funnel cloud. nose has notes of floral, hibiscus, earthy grass, and JP typical fruity peppery yeast. taste is lemongrass, pepper, spice, light toast and dough. real nice. not much pumpkin or kale to speak of. light green tea presence if you ponder it. pretty nice stuff. earthy, complex, spicy saison sour beer.

SuzyGreenberg (1603) - Seattle, Washington, USA - MAR 16, 2012
750 ml bottle; super cloudy orange with slight whore head; funky lemon rind, dry malt, sweet orange and grapefruit; definitely on the sweet side with spritzy orange peel, white sugar, sweet squash; drinks with a creamy vegi quality; drinks dry with a yummy creamed squash; has a nutty, dry vegi quality to it; low on the pepper but plenty of vegi sweetness; yum!!

Thorpe429 (5035) - , Illinois, USA - FEB 4, 2012
Big thanks to craytonic for opening up this bottle. Served in a Tripel Karmeliet glass. Pours peach with a good white head. Faint lacing and a bit of a collar on the way down. The nose carries a bit of light spice and very mild funk. A bit of citrus in there as well. Fairly restrained and not quite in your face like some Jolly Pumpkin offerings. Nice and balanced. Flavor has a bit of light spice plus some citrus. Light earthiness and straw. Light body with a dry finish. Very nice.

kp (10882) - Woodstock, Georgia, USA - DEC 25, 2011

Date: November 14, 2010
Mode: Bottle
Source: Brusin Ales, Asheville NC
Appearance: cloudy yellow, fine white head, streaks of drippy lace
Aroma: sweet and spicy aroma, touch of pulpy pumpkin
Body: creamy body
Flavor: flavor starts off sweet before a tartness kicks in before finishing up with a spicy finish, lemony tartness, touch of floral, yeasty spicyness

Date: November 03, 2011
Mode: bottle
Source: cellar stock
Vintage: 2010
has aged into a beautiful tart and lemony beer with a nice complex musty character,

Aroma: 6/10; Appearance: 7/10; Flavor: 6/10; Palate: 7/10; Overall: 12/20
Rating: 3.2/5.0
Drinkability: 7/10
Score: ** /4

JDBaker11058 (2178) - Maryland, USA - NOV 27, 2011
Appearance: deep gold, with floating brown flecks and a two-finger white head slowly shrinking. Aroma: strong aroma of orange pulp, melons, some earthy spices and a little pineapple over some traditional saison must. Taste: very tart up front, with a puckering citrus blast, followed by a bit of light crackery sweetness; the spice of green tea and peppercorns are there, but subtle. Finish: extremely dry, with the tart/sour notes remaining over a bit of barnyard funk. Notes: It’s like a sour patch kid or sweet tart candy. Very drinkable palate, but the tartness prohibits gulping. Batch 559, bottled on 22 July 2010, had it on 26 November 2011.

Glouglouburp (6103) - Montreal, Quebec, CANADA - OCT 19, 2011
In short: A semi-funky, super-tart and super-dry blonde ale. Intense, original and oh so good.
How: Bottle 750ml. Batch 559, consumed approximately 9 months after the beer release (first and only batch so far I think). Bottle sent to me by WeisGuy, thanks a lot Shane
The look: Cloudy peach color body topped by a small white head
In long: The strong and bright nose is smells like a funky fruit salad, a slice of cheddar, barnyard and dank basement. Taste is sharp sharp and sharper. Intensely tart, lots of lemon skin, dry green herbs, dust, tart white grapes, musty, dry oak, dry straw, extremely dry, unexpected strong salty sensation, uber-astringent. This is a refreshing beer but the intensity of the funky tartness and extreme dryness makes it more of a sipper than a thirst beer. I did not notice the advertised pumpkin and pumpkin seeds. This almost came through as a stronger Bam Bier that aged in carbernet barrels or something like that. Crazy good beer worthy of Jolly Pumpkin. So I read here that this beer “was created by Jolly Pumpkin to help raise awareness about prostate cancer”. Did you know that if a man was conceived doggie style, he has 1 in 6 chance to be diagnosed with prostate cancer during his life? Same as other men.

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