Formerly brewed at Melbourn Brothers All Saints (Samuel Smith)
Style: Fruit Beer
Stamford, England
Serve in Flute, Shaker


on tap


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RATINGS: 218   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.38/5   EST. CALORIES: 102   ABV: 3.4%
Brewed with malted barley, wheat, hops, yeast, water, fresh cherries and their juice. Cherry Fruit Beer has a bouquet of fresh cherries. It makes an excellent aperitif in place of dry sherry. Complements carbonnade a la beouf, mussels in white wine, flavourful cheeses.

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   AROMA 10/10   APPEARANCE 5/5   TASTE 10/10   PALATE 5/5   OVERALL 19/20
bac080 (398) - Bloomington, Illinois, USA - FEB 22, 2004
A-freakin-mazing. This has quickly become one of my favorite beers of all time.

john44 (3392) - SW London, Greater London, ENGLAND - FEB 13, 2017
Bottle. Dark Red. Very cherry fruity, slightly tart, refreshing, effervescent beer. Dry fruity finish. Very drinkable. (2008)

melush (4718) - SPAIN - APR 18, 2016
Bottle 35,5cl / Botella 35,5cl. @ Cerveceria Internacional, Sevilla, España. A: Dark red / Rojo oscuro. T/S: Cherry, sweet / Cereza, dulce.

EddieChave (13) - - OCT 27, 2013
Deep reddish amber pour. Soft cherryness mixed with a spicy/bitterness. Very rich.

POLK (2219) - Hørning, DENMARK - FEB 6, 2012
[email protected]Århus Syd extreme tasting: Purple, red color with very small and light pink head. Aroma is tart. Taste of Marzipan (almond).

wlajwl (7065) - Quad Cities, Iowa, USA - FEB 2, 2012
Fresh cherries and a slight mustiness in aroma. The flavor is cherries, a tart middle and a slightly sweet finish, all with a mild funkiness. Very good lambic, can’t say there’s anything wrong with this.

reebtogi (6378) - Edmonton, Alberta, CANADA - NOV 3, 2011
355ml bottle poured a deep red color and slightly hazy with almost no head or lacing. Aroma is all cherries. Taste is mostly cherry fruit sweetness and some tartness in the finish. Light body and light carbonation. Just too fruity for my tastes, as I like my fruit beers with just a little essence of fruit.

jmagnus87 (3302) - Rockford, Illinois, USA - SEP 28, 2011
12oz bottle from Pick’s poured into a shaker. Pours a very dark red with lots of black chunkies. Small bit of white head. Aroma of fresh picked cherries. Not the cough medicine kind, the good kind. Taste is lightly sweet and medium sour. Taste is some nice tart cherries. Light bodied with a sticky texture. Lively carbonation and a long sour finish. Overall, the taste is pretty good. Loses major points for the big black chunks though. It’s good for now, but we’ll see how it affects my stomach tomorrow morning...

crossovert (13908) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - MAR 16, 2011
Interestingly shaped 355 ml brown bottle. It pours a hazy dark rose color and it STRUGGLES to form a head. The smell is of luden’s, which I enjoy. The flavor is super syrupy and thick with a cherry candy flavor. There is very little carbonation, it just feels like syrup. There are better fruit beers. Serving type: bottle Reviewed on: 03-17-2011 03:24:16

JoeMcPhee (9549) - Toronto, ON, Ontario, CANADA - FEB 22, 2011
Deep ruddy-tinted amber pour. Thick palate with a soft cherryish sweetness. Nice bright spicy/fruity aroma. Very rich and fruity with a soft spicy backnote. Some light anise and a kiss of light tartness on the back. A bit of fruity sweetness and some nice cherry flavour. Not unlike Quelque Chose but it’s a bit tarter. A little bit of soft malic tartness and some dustiness on the finish.

madmitch76 (25568) - , Essex, ENGLAND - OCT 16, 2010
8th February 2006
Warning! Early amateur rating! Very cherry beer, not sharp at all. Easy to drink but not as spectacular as the Apricot beer from this brewer.

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