Zarin (202) - ITALY - JUL 4, 2011
Appearance: deep brown
Aroma: fruits, yeasts, wild
Taste: moderate sourness, some red fruits
Palate: full body
Overall: 20/20 77ships (11481) - Antwerpen, BELGIUM - NOV 6, 2013
UPDATED: NOV 7, 2013 Thx! to Kraddel for this one. 375 ml. split by 3. Pretty dark & hazy raspberry with little pinkish head. Nose is HUGE mashed raspberry with yoghurt sourness, lots of pits, incredible. Taste is sour yoghurt, lemon acidity mixed with raspberry pits, tart vinegar, red fruits mash, raw with lots of fruits & heavy on the pits,... Very lovely. Great sour with a great real yoghurt profile. So much fruits, really oodles & oodles. Way better than expected & truly impressive. Impeccable stuff here. krumbum (1109) - truckee, California, USA - JUL 26, 2014
A murky brown with light white head. Huge tart raspberry scents. Huge tart raspberry smells with huge sour finish. Almost dry but still sweet sour prevails. Amazing thick big body make sure to finish a night of sours with this, if you start with it you will not taste the sours in something more subtle. patrickfannon (1242) - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA - FEB 23, 2010
UPDATED: AUG 18, 2010 Draft at Monk’s for the Lost Abbey dinner with Tomme Arthur. This batch was double fruited with raspberries, thus producing a thicker, tarter brew. Pours straight opaque maroon with insane sedimentation throughout. Aroma of raspberries, yeast, malt, soft grapes and vanilla, lavender, and a trace of hops. Body is full, thick, and smoothie-like. Very chunky, tart palate. Outstanding sour ale. I’ll probably never be able to try this again, so it was great to try it.
Second Rating. Bottle. 12 oz. Split with James. Pours a deep, mahogany chestnut hazed amber with a thin, lacy, tightly-bubbled tan head. Aroma of pureed raspberries, fresh strawberries, sour lemon, dark grapes, tart black cherries, slight vanilla, lavender, and subtle funky tones. Medium bodied with a hugely carbonated, chunky, lip-puckeringly sour palate. Finishes with a crazy fizz burn from the carbonation and a tight sting from the pure raspberry. This beer is an outstanding celebration of sour and sweet and the wonder of freshly grown fruit. Outstanding.