dcschiller (2211) - Scottsdale, Arizona, USA - APR 21, 2013
Pours light cloudy golden with no real head. Aroma is some fruit and funk. Taste is sweet fruit and tart. Citrus pith and some vinous notes. Smooth with a dry finish. Excellent. brystmar (1314) - Dallas, Texas, USA - APR 6, 2013
Aged like a champ. Less lactic, more acetic, lemons like crazy. Similarities to DDG perpetuate. Best track so far; I could drink tons of this. hopscotch (11333) - Vero Beach, Florida, USA - FEB 26, 2013
Bottle... This beer rocks!… Lightly hazed yellow ale with no head. The aroma offers sour notes of lemon and funky cheese, flanked by a hint of vanilla. Full-bodied with a 2%-milk mouthfeel and nearly-expired carbonation. The flavor is crazy fruity and sour - apricot and lemon - with only a suggestion of biscuity sweetness and no measurable bitterness. Sour, oaken, fruity finish. Like a top-notch unblended lambic, this is an absolute joy to drink! Thorpe429 (5122) - , Illinois, USA - FEB 23, 2013
Served in a Lost Abbey teku glass. Pours a clear golden with no head at all. Nose is very much Lost Abbey blonde sour. Moderate funk and fairly acidic. Some mushroom and earth. Flavor is more acidic. Very low carbonation. Pretty acidic now and seems like it will be Lost Abbey excessive acidity disgustingness in the future. tcane7 (1674) - Pennsylvania, USA - FEB 5, 2013
On tap at Monk’s after Jeff Mangum with Pat, Sean, and Janine. Pours a cloudy light yellow with little head but some lacing. Nose of lemon rind, lactic acid, oak, vanilla, cherry and pineapple. A very tart and delicious beer.
patrickfannon (1242) - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA - FEB 5, 2013
On tap at Monk's after Jeff Mangum with Janine, Sean, and Tom. Pours shimming bright glowing yellow with a thin, wispy white head. Not much lacing. Aroma of funky cotton candy, blueberries, fresh cut hay, dank basement, and some insane lactic fruitiness. Tastes like a dry, lactic, cutting blue cotton candy and berry frappe with tons of earthy, funky basement tones throughout. Mouthfeel is just outrageously well-balanced and playful; perfectly carbonated, crisp, initially juicy and wonderfully dry in the finish. Tremendous hoppy sour with a bit of American character to round out the gueuze profile. Fantastic beer, Tomme.
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Pours a deep peach orange body and a thick active white lacing. Aroma is super fruity - especially considering a non-fruited sour ale - lemon, cherry, beautiful wood and oak tones, and light vanilla. Mouthfeel is soft and fluffy with notes of sour cherry lemonade, lots of lemon skins, lightly lactic, but almost no acidity, light wood, white wine, tangerines, pineapple, juicy tropical fruits. Incredible. NikkTwist (3370) - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA - FEB 5, 2013
Draft at Monks. Cloudy yellow pour. Slight white foam. Great sour. Fruity but smooth. Lots of oak barrel notes. Lemon sour. Lots of subtler complex notes besides. Great stuff. PhillyCraft (8017) - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA - FEB 5, 2013
UPDATED: FEB 17, 2013 Drank in Philly with simon, keith, and jimmy. Pours a murky golden color super thin head , no lace. Notes of oak, vanilla, pineapple, cherrys, gueuze, wood, lemons and funky yeasts. So incredible. Mouthfeel is unreal with a mercury velvet quality. Finishes tart and salivating with a pleasant peach gueuze flavor. can’t wait to age my bottle now and see how she is in 3 years or so. Super rare lineage in the lost abbey world. I must have drank 6 of these before it kicked, Awesome! 50belair (3692) - Florida, USA - FEB 5, 2013
Bottle. Clear yellow pour with no head. Mildly sour with stone fruit highlights. Tangerine and apricot undercurrents. A little flat with mild sour aromas.