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RATINGS: 251   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.88/5   SEASONAL: Series   EST. CALORIES: 150   ABV: 5%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Naturally soured by farm valley winds blowing wild yeast into our oak casks. Finally, after a year and a half of patient coaxing Wisconsin dark malts whirl in a kaleidoscope of cedar, caramel, and tart green plum exuberance. Available to the exclusive few who travel off the beaten paths, this is authentic Wisconsin sour brown ale. Truly unique this Sour Ale is brewed for those who live on the wild side and is suitable for laying down or consuming immediately, serve at 40-45 degrees F.

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4.7
amarsolek (2) - - MAR 9, 2014 does not count
This beer pours a beautiful red color. The Bose is just enough to imply the sour flavors you're going to tase. The sourness is great, a wonderful Flanders red taste with a hint of a little lacto in the beer. Starts smooth, finishes tart, but the carbonation helps clean off your tongue.

3.8
SudsMcDuff (8429) - .....Manchester United.........., Texas, USA - MAR 3, 2014
thought i’d had this, but no- happy to get a new NG beer under my fat belt .. . dark murky brown .. mild head, lacing .. . a tangy earthy brown .. medium feel .. mild finish .. . . poor guy has to live with that for the rest of his life, maybe some snacks will help.

3.9
jrob21 (3688) - Atlanta, Georgia, USA - MAR 1, 2014
Bottle as a bonus in a recent trade. Damn this is tart and sour with lots of fruit. Really nice. Plum aromas and wild yeast. Flavor is a lot of fruit and some chewy malt. Sour finish again. Pours a dark red almost brown. Caramel color. Nice dry finish.

4.1
scoobysnak (333) - Appleton, Wisconsin, USA - MAR 1, 2014
Some great sour tart notes. I really enjoyed this beer. It has a very good dry finish that makes you need the next drink.

3.5
That1Guy (2236) - Colorado, USA - FEB 28, 2014
12 oz bottle crushed with Honkeybra. Ruby pour with a white head. Good amount of acetic in this one. Sour aroma and flavor, tart, bit of green apple. Decent, but it’s not an amazing sour.

3.6
birdmachine (226) - Oakland, California, USA - FEB 25, 2014
Bottle - with thanks to gyberic. Aroma is dominated by over ripe orange, persimmon, candied orange and some dusty malt. Not super sour at first, but the fruit is tangy. Pours a cloudy dark orange with small layer of bubbles over the liquid. Kind of an ugly beer. Taste is up front candied orange, tart peach, cream pie, lots of malty base as well, caramel, toasty. body is light with medium-high carbonation. After taste is sweet orange peel. Overall, the beer seems to keep changing over time. First bottle over peach forward next few bottles were stone fruit and tart, but this is a lot of candied flavor. Not sure if I like where this beer is going.

4.1
Mudwhomper (52) - Madison, USA - FEB 24, 2014
Really nice stuff. Can’t place the aroma but it smells nice. Perfect carbonation level. Nice sweet/tart balance. Candy beer but I love it

4.2
CanIHave4Beers (4184) - Pouring Bus, Iowa, USA - FEB 15, 2014
Pours a nice reddish brown color with a big thick off white head that leaves nice lacing on the glass.

The aroma is corky, woody, lightly lemony, with a touch of caramel sweetness, with only a bit of funkiness... It reminds me of a less sugary version of straight up Rodenbach in many respects.

The flavor is really something, tart and sour with just the lightest touch of balsamic sourness. It’s lemony, earthy, woody, but yet rich & lightly sweet. It’s got a little bit of caramel that’s balanced by the acidity in a way that I yearn for in many of the classic examples of the style. It’s got some tart cherry, light under-ripe fruit notes & very light citrus rind.

It’s like all of the things I like about Flemish Brown ales amplified and the things I don’t like about them reigned in, not forgotten or dismissed but rather woven to incorporate them in enjoyable ways.

In a way it’s a masterpiece of the style.

4
cpetrone84 (1810) - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA - FEB 13, 2014
Pour is murky rusted copper with a tight tan head. Woody with balsamic notes and some tart cherry. A fair bit of the dark malt comes through. Flavor has a brighter sour cherry note to it. Wood is integrated better and the darker caramel malts are cleaner and brighter. Sour tart cherry in back, strong carbonation and fairly puckering through the finish. Very tasty beer!

4
umich03jm (3513) - Flat Rock, Michigan, USA - FEB 10, 2014
Bottle thanks to Jeff for sharing. Pours a mostly clear red color with a foamy head that fades normally and leaves some nice webbing. Aromas are slightly sour dark fruit, musty wood, lemons, and light brett. Taste is sour black cherry, lemons, wood, and caramel. Dry, tart finish. Very easy to drink sour.


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