GhostFace (321) - Wisconsin, USA - JUL 7, 2012
pours a hazy straw yellow. head is large and white right after pouring but settles very thin with some soapy lacing around the edge of the glass. aroma is earthy with some hints of citrus and pineapple. funky taste of hay, along with some lemon zest on the finish. dry and slightly tart. creamy mouth feel. crosamich (433) - Twin Falls, Idaho, USA - JUL 7, 2012
Citrus and fruity in the nose. Little light and flat body. Some sour on the back end just a slight funk on the side. craftbeerdesign (2254) - Fort Collins, Colorado, USA - JUL 7, 2012
on tap at ChurchKey. First off this is not supposed to be a Sour beer - it is a 100% Brett fermentation using B. Anomalus (which is a more subtle strain of Brettanomyces yeast which puts off pineapple notes and is light in aroma). Donít expect the normal funky barnyard Brett notes you may be used to in other wild ales using other strains of Brett (bruxellensis, lambicus). I believe the low ratings on here are reflecting the mis-interpretation of what this beer is and how it is supposed to taste. Thus, it arrived to the table a nice golden / orange color with a 1 finger white head. Light pineapple / citrus nose. Med body - semi-dry - with clean citrus notes (including lemon & orange). Finishes semi-dry with a light funky presence overshadowed by citrus notes. When used as a primary fermentation yeast, Brett produces very clean and dry beers. Interesting and very drinkable beer - Iíll have another! legion242 (2348) - Richardson, Texas, USA - JUL 7, 2012
Started out promising enough- was nice to behold in the glass with a lively head and nose, but fell flat on the palate and tasted very ordinary- nothing stuck out at me. hrothgar950 (141) - Mabelvale, Arkansas, USA - JUL 7, 2012
Hazy yellow with thin white head. Tart aroma. Creamy full mouthfeel with slight tastes of peaches and citrus.
ekeane (1) - - JUL 7, 2012 does not count
Pours straw/light golden. Very light bretts on the nose with slight metallic vegetation...bizarre. taste is much lighter on the bretts than i was expecting. Crisp and dry with no lingering yeast. I sip again out of curiosity rather than pleasure. Thereís that metallic acidity...my less forgiving tasting friend says what we are all thinking- garbage. I remind him that poor execution often accompanies innovation. Sorry, new belgium.
jlruthven (612) - Madison, Wisconsin, USA - JUL 6, 2012
Tap at Alchemy. Hazy gold, soapy white head. Nose is funky brett sourness, bit of pineapple and hint of cherry. Smooth mouthfeel, but comparatively mild. I was hoping for a little more puckering of mouth. Still decent. deyholla (11503) - Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA - JUL 6, 2012
Bottle. Pours a very hazy yellow with a white head that dissipates to the edges and laces. Aroma has a good amount of Brett with a bit of a tart lemon note backed by earthy grains and grass. Flavor has a good amount of Brett with earthy grains snd grass with a hint of tart citrus in the finish. Smurf2055 (1400) - Seattle, Washington, USA - JUL 6, 2012
Pours slightly hazy lemon yellow with two fingers head. Smell is soft citrus. Taste is a bit funky, hay, refreshing but not really what you expect with brett, not sour, needs time. Nickls (2524) - Alexandria, Virginia, USA - JUL 6, 2012
Tap. Thin bubbly white head, mostly clear golden straw yellow. Strange fruity sourness, green papaya, pears, and some grass in the aroma. Flavor is a bit sweet which is unexpected given the Brett, and there are sweet pears, slight mango and grass. No Brett, no fun. Lighter oily body.
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