Ernest (7749) - Boulder, Colorado, USA - JUL 15, 2007
Draught, Flavor Bistro.
Body is medium brown.
Aroma is moderately malty (cookie, caramel, nuts), with a note of plum.
Flavor is moderately sweet, lightly to moderately acidic, lightly bitter.
Finish is lightly sweet, lightly to moderately acidic, moderately bitter.
Medium body, watery/velvety texture, lively carbonation.
Not all that tart, but not too bad of a brown ale otherwise. DenverLogan (1230) - Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - MAY 15, 2007
UPDATED: JUN 13, 2007 Sampled with Brewer Brian Hunt at his brewery. I offered him some Duchesse de Bourgogne as we sampled his beers. We agreed the Late Afternoon is certainly not a tart...quite the misnomer. I suggested a hoppy ESB or English IPA. I brought a keg to Beachwood BBQ in Seal Beach and it was suggested it is an American Brown. In any case it’s rich and tasty, but in no way a tart! Papsoe (25060) - Frederiksberg, DENMARK - APR 13, 2007
(On tap - Toronado) Fairly pale, amber golden with a small, off-white head. Fruity, somewhat berry-like aroma. Fairly light body with an unclean malt profile and then a distinct, bitter finish. A somewhat weird and unrefined beer, presumably a Belgian experiment of some sort. Just not really Belgian, nor tart. 290307 bb (9695) - Alamo, California, USA - MAR 29, 2007
Draft. Rich amber beer with a thin off-white head. Low malt aroma. tart/oaky flavor with backing malt. Not overly tart,o but it lingers with the oak. Medium body. Gets better as you drink more. Dry finish. I don’t know what he’s going for in this beer, so feel free to change the category of "ale" to somethign more appropriate.