patrickfannon (1242) - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA - JUN 9, 2010
Draft at Monk’s for Tomme Arthur night with James and Dallas. Poured into a tall snifter. Straight haze golden appearance, with outrageous, snowflake lacing. Aroma of funk, tart cherry, farmhouse, wheat, lemon zest, grapefruit, hops, and granny smith apples. Medium bodied, yet intensely sour, tight, sticky, juicy, complex palate. Finishes with an aggressive bite on the back of the tonge and a linger soury tartness upon the tongue. This is one of the most masterfully crafted, well-executed, wildly delicious beers I have ever tasted in my life. Definitely worthy of a perfect 5.0. Surreal. CaraCurtis (117) - Nevada, USA - OCT 9, 2011
2009 bottled. This is absolutely amazing, Tart, incredible. I am so happy. The appearance is opaque and cloudy, I am in love with this beer. The sour is such a perfect balance to me. There is not enough to describe. Actually if this entire post was just to say "you have to try it" at would be enough. Rightious1230 (15) - Escondido, USA - APR 7, 2014
Shared with a friend who waited in line a few months back. Perfect example. Sour earthy hay barnyard, green apple sour dough great carbonation. An absolute dream. gtb1973 (22) - - JUN 1, 2014
Seven San Diego Sours in Seven days save best for last #7 . Yeasty sour dough grassy lemon nose. Could smell forever, with tha edition of barnwood basement aroma made this perfect...should be at 40 bucks bottle...very earthy taste, slight tart, perfect balance with oak and all great great brew. Hipsterchick (21) - Los Angeles, California, USA - OCT 11, 2014
Hipster, unfound. So hard to come by and loads of kale to get. Not a Brobson to pound. Very tart sour, but opus of brews. Slight salty aftertaste but added to thin carbonation, very trippy and on the deck. Nothing like this tart brew with cellar wine characteristics and woodie notes. Stupendilicious.