RATINGS: 370   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.81/5   IBU: 30   EST. CALORIES: 225   ABV: 7.5%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
‘Merica is a single malt, single hop farmhouse ale. It’s brewed with floor malted pilsner and 3lbs per bbl Nelson Sauvin hops. The beer is conditioned with 2 brett strains and wine yeast. The Nelson hops provide white wine flavors while Brettanomyces add a juicy quality to the beer.

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3.9
Camons (12449) - Hasselager, DENMARK - APR 29, 2017
Draught @ Fermentoren, Aarhus. Pours slightly hazy light golden with a white head. Aroma of light malt, yeast, rich bretty, hay, tart fruit, grapes, light tart citrus. Flavor is light tart, malt, bretty, hay, tart fruit, green grapes, white wine, light bitter citrus. Medium body, average carbonation, dry and lasting bitter finish. 290417m

3.8
MrTipple (4968) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - APR 8, 2017
Farmhouse, citrus fruits, grapefruit, bitter lemon, floral hops. Slightly hazy, pale gold, tiny, creamy, white head. Light bitter. More farmhouse, straw, grain malts, citrus fruits, bitter lemon peel, lime juice, soft carbonation, medium bodied, dry and bitter finish. Very nice Saison, intense but well-balanced. Keg at The Bottle Shop, Bermondsey.

5
Jov1061 (1) - Queens Village, New York, USA - APR 5, 2017 does not count
Very good beer with Pizza. It’s light and not overwhelming. This is a great beer for those transitioning from wine to beer and vice versa

2.7
Barreras (1689) - Diamond Bar, California, USA - MAR 31, 2017
Pours a hazy golden color with a straw aroma. Taste is malty, with biscuit notes and a slight funk overall. Hoppy aftertaste with some slight bitterness.

3.7
dfinney23 (3269) - Houston, Texas, USA - MAR 19, 2017
Damn, I feel patriotic drinking this. ’Merica! Hazy gold with lots of head. Yeast, tropical fruit, just a hint of funk.

4.1
beertholomeus (1813) - California, USA - MAR 10, 2017
Pours a hazy golden yellow with a thick white head. Yeast, funk, floral, hop, fruit and biscuit aroma and flavors. Medium body and lively carbonation with a bretty finish.

3.5
Dorkenstein (543) - - MAR 9, 2017
Aromas of sour lemon drop candies and horse blanket. Taste is lemon, lime, seltzer water, some sweet malt, some funky Brett.

3.9
Palme (4811) - Bergen, NORWAY - FEB 9, 2017
0.5l bottle. Love the name. It’s a huge foamy white headed one this. Quickly fading in to small white foamy islands on top of a cloudy bright straw yellow colored body. It smells really good this. Really brett infused and superbly herbal fruity in lack of better describing words. I get white pepper, green grapes, sour pineapple, a nice peachy sweetness and funky yeast. It’s also almost lemonic in the nose, lots of zesty citrus oils. Really something. It’s a good point above average on the carbonation level and it’s thick almost syrupy heavy on the texture in the mouth. Tastes really good also. White whiney and mild woody tart. More sour pineapple, pear juices and a little alco burn in the back. Really tasty this one! 17.07.2015

4
rouhlas (3616) - GREECE - FEB 6, 2017
From tap at The Trappist, Oakland. Light hazy golden orange color with white head. Hoppy, yeasty and malty aroma, brett, dusty, citrus, lemon and orange, grass, caramel. Sweet and light bitter taste. Light to med oil body with soft carbonation.

4.4
tightslice (1309) - Redwood City, California, USA - JAN 14, 2017
Bottle from K&L in Redwood City, CA. Aroma is funk, mild cat pee, spicy yeast, Bretts, dried pineapple, dried apricot. Taste is surprisingly juicy, dried fruit (if that’s possible), yeasty, dry peels, maybe old dry wood. Prairie somehow makes something so dry, funky and old attic feel fresh, juicy and light.


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