E_leap (13) - Wollongong, AUSTRALIA - FEB 3, 2017
Just NO!, very watery diluted flavour of a sour, the colour is very misleading, i poured it dark plumy with nice sour nose but the drinking did not deliver at all, the brewer should be hanged from his balls upside down!. AirForceHops (7240) - Epping, New Hampshire, USA - OCT 9, 2016
Bottle purchased at 7- Eleven, Kitter, ME. Flat black in color, low carbonation, no head or lace but a little oily films after the sip. Aroma is musty oak, blackberry jam, and acetone.Bulk_Carrier (6065) - Vermont, USA - AUG 6, 2016
The one problem I have with any sour/ wild ale is vinegar. This has a mild vinegar undertone that really downgrades my enjoyment. The other flavors of sour Cherry, blackberry, and funky oak are ok. The carbonation is very low (nearly flat) with a oily slick feel. Not really my thing.
This was poured into a tulip.
The appearance was a black color with a quickly dissipating white to off white foamy head quickly dissipating into barely anything.
The smell starts off with a sweet to sour cherries, subtle plums and then some dried milk chocolate.
The flavor brings all previously mentioned flavors together with a sweet dry sour aftertaste and smooth sour finish.
On the palate, this one sat about a light to medium on the body with a sticky sour to sweet feel hitting my tongue.
Overall, different for an American Wild ale with the chocolate in it. I think I could come back to this. theswiftsa (88) - AUSTRALIA - JUN 21, 2016
Pours a deep black with a thin offwhite head. Nose is tart cherries and black currents with a whiff of yoghurt. Taste is quite tart upfront with cherry notes and dark toasted Malts coming through before a sharp sour finish. Mouth feel quite thin with low carbonation. Solid beer but not amazing. Dervock (1347) - AUSTRALIA - MAY 28, 2016
Bottle- Pour brown with a reddish tinge. Aroma has a lot going on frut, oak, mild tart. Taste is fruity iff the bat cherry up front then more berries into the finish. Smooth palate.
Maris (1515) - Canberra, AUSTRALIA - MAY 15, 2016
From a 330ml bottle on 15/5/2016 (shared by Butz with thanks). Pours a dark, dark red/brown with a smallish head. Has a quite a tart cherry aroma. Flavour wise, there’s lots of cherry, with lots of sour notes, with a good dash of oak. Medium bodied with modest carbonation. It’s rare that a sour beer thrills me, and this one doesn’t. Doesn’t really work for me on any level. Muggus69 (2494) - Yarram, Vic, AUSTRALIA - APR 23, 2016
330mL bottle from Slowbeer.
Very deep slightly ruby coloured thing, off-white ring persists.
Vinous nose - black fruits - blackcurrant, black plum skin, prune, blueberry; somewhat Malbec-like. Touch of funky yoghurt & horse as it warms.
Dry sort of a body, once again vinous, mild acidity, slightly acetic, slightly tannic, slightly ropey, slightly carbonated.
A curious amalgam of flavours on the body - black plum skin, charred wood, black pepper, natural yoghurt, balsamic, horse blanket, nuts & toast, blackberry, leafy ropey Pedio character lingers with some coarse tannin.
Was actually expecting something a bit more sour - considering its constituents - but it’s quite well balanced yet funky as hell. M_Sack (720) - Sydney, AUSTRALIA - FEB 12, 2016
Bottle. Black with brown tinge, no head or lacing. Complex aromas of lemon juice, Brett, oak, roasted malts and a touch of coffee. Medium level of lemon juice sourness, Brett, oak, leading to some cherry sweetness, a relatively light middle and a roasted malt and coffee tinged finish. Best cold as it becomes a bit boozy when it comes to room temp. Great beer.
---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone ANZUShophunter (450) - Brisbane, AUSTRALIA - JUL 20, 2015
From bottle, pours red, funky in both aroma and taste and has a lot going on. A bit of cherry in there with the tartness and wine-like qualities. I bought this out of interest after reading one of the funniest commercial descriptions I’ve read for any product. It’s too bad this is no longer listed here. Fears of a primate uprising? omega (900) - NEW ZEALAND - DEC 24, 2014
Pungent and black as night on the pour. Cherries do come through, but alas not so much to dissuade a rooster with boobs.