Fin (10470) - Merton, Oxfordshire, England, Oxfordshire, - JUL 8, 2013randy1969 (40) - Marengo, Illinois, USA - JUN 14, 2017
UPDATED: JUL 9, 2013 Casey very kindly brought this along, thanks Casey. Sat drinking this sat at home with Casey, Traci & Loz 08.07.13 Pours reddy colour, like a deep sunset looks lovely. Stewed apple and rich cherry nose, I get cinnamon but I think that is just an association thing with the stewed apple. I sniff again and get wonderful rich sweet fruity nose with cherries in abundance. This is a lovely juicy fruity beer, it is intensely flavour packed with oodles of cherries backed up with apple. Interestingly, much like another recent beer I’ve had the cranberries are there and whilst I cannot necessarily pick them out they do make a difference, and I think that they more than anything else in this beer leave that dryness around the gums and add a really nice dimension to this beer, starts sweet then goes dry. Love it. A8 A4 T9 P4 Ov17 4.2
From the tap at the brewery. Very similar to the Rubaeus from Founders Brewery.
Pours hazy brown with a fluffy beige head. Aroma is cherries, berries and some vanilla. Flavor is moderate to heavy sweet fruitiness. Finishes with a sight sour. Great stuff. gopherfan99 (1775) - Minnesota, USA - MAY 26, 2017
Bottle; pours clear reddish brown with a beige head; aroma is slightly tart with red fruits and hints of apple and malt; taste is light sweet with cherries and hints of apple, malt, and cranberries; dry, tart finish with the red fruits lingering; nice stuff kathouse (1874) - LAS VEGAS, Nevada, USA - MAY 21, 2017
Hazy reddish brown with a quickly dying foam. Strong raspberry and sweet tart aoma. Sweet red fruit, light tartness, lasting finish. Delicious. Chudwick (3180) - Taylor Mill, Kentucky, USA - APR 8, 2017
Bomber share thanks to the world for a good night AndyReynolds. Cider nose with cranberry or raspberry. Sip is tart and a tad sweet. Slight medical finish. Ktwse (4794) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - APR 6, 2017
Pours clear red with flat pink head. Aroma of red berries, cherries, apples, almond icing. Taste is medium berry tart with a mild lingering sweet finish. Light and crisp body with average carbonation.
stevoj (4956) - Boise, Idaho, USA - MAR 26, 2017
Bottle share courtesy of Tracy.. Not enough superlatives for this. Gorgeous. Ruby body with small ring of head. Big fruity, jelly jar aroma. Taste is sweet and smooth, nice feel, sweetness lingers. Just damn near perfect. BuckeyeBoy (7514) - Boise, Idaho, USA - MAR 26, 2017
750ml bottle pours out a nice red berry color topped with a sand head. Nose is great big fruit mixed fruit notes. Wow. Taste is more of the nice fruit apple cherries berries a touch of tartness and lots of sweetness. HuskerTan (2168) - Ravenna, Nebraska, USA - FEB 25, 2017
A- Apples, cranberry, cherry, jolly ranchers.
A- Red color, hazy liquid, tan head.
T- Cherry juice, apple juice, subtle cranberry, sweet, candy.
P- Light body, average texture, average carbonation, sweet finish.
O- Oh New Glarus, why do you tease me with your deliciousness and then be so far away. This is a textbook fruit beer and I want so much more. Tasted like a mixed bouquet of red fruits and candy. Delish. gephross100 (943) - Bellaire, Texas, USA - DEC 31, 2016
Bottle thanks to Mike. Pours murky orange brown. Cherry nose. Very close to Perry’s aged red. No existent carbonation, very sweet. Great Belgian style fruit beer. muzzlehatch (4950) - Beloit, Wisconsin, USA - DEC 31, 2016
750 ml bottle, I think from Badger Spirits in Beloit, WI, about 3-4 months old, served a little below cellar temp in a New Glarus flute. Pours a cloudy rust-copper with a medium fizzy off-white head that dies away quickly, leaving thick crystalline lacing and a thin lasting ring...fruity, lightly honey-sweet aroma at first seems to be all cranberry, but the apple shows through with some time and perhaps the cherry as well, eventually; also a touch of flowers (lilac) and a bit of perfume - not quite as entrancing as some of this breweries other fruit beers and not, at least in this bottle’s case, quite as potent...but on the tongue it has the usual wonderful sweet-tart-acidic-fruity character as the Belgian Red and other masterpieces; this one is a little softer I think and less acidic, although the finish is fairly strong and there’s a lasting cran-apple note that continues on for minutes after the last sip...strong effervescence, juicy texture that nonetheless offers plenty of pale malt - these things always do in the last judgment taste and feel like beer, and that’s the great tribute to this brewery. I’ve had this probably 6 or 8 times including a couple of times on tap, and this is probably the least impressive sample thus far, though still excellent. Draught renditions had a bit more carbonation and a bit more tartness and some lactic qualities which I like.