Desverger (12915) - Copenhagen, DENMARK - NOV 4, 2016
[email protected]cinek (406) - POLAND - OCT 29, 2016
, Copenhagen (01/11/2016) - dark cloudy red pour with off-white head. Sour cherry fruity, a nice berry fruity medley of raspberry and cranberry, wooden notes, tart fruity finish.
Tap/craftownia. Kolor wiśniowy, drobnopecherzykowa, brudno biala piana, pięknie oblepiające szkło, klarowne. W aromacie maliny prosto z krzaka, kwaśne wiśnie, jogurt wiśniowy. Początkowo nieznacznie słodkie, pózniej kwaśne i takie pozostaje na podniebieniu, alkohol pięknie ułożony, długi wisniowy finisz. Dodatek wiśni, malin mega! Frudel (253) - Montréal, Quebec, CANADA - OCT 28, 2016
Bottle Pour 0.2cl at Skuli Craftbar in Reykjavik. Awesome red color, notes of balsamic vinegar, cherries. Well done and balanced! Sweetness, sour taste and very great aromas! GenkiGonzo (1096) - Kyoto, JAPAN - OCT 27, 2016
Draught at Fran Well Oktoberfest. Rose pour with little head. Nice blend of cherries and raspberries with a sour vinegaryfinish. Very smooth. thomashall (999) - New Hope, Minnesota, USA - OCT 24, 2016
750ml bottle. Reddish brown pour. Aroma is mixture of raspberry and cherry, combined smells like leather and vinegar. Taste is oak barrel up front and more cherry than raspberry. Interesting, really complex and pretty good.
Bosskie (928) - NETHERLANDS - OCT 23, 2016
Beautiful brown-red beer, luminous, slightly opaque, with a weak white head.
Smell is sour and full. Wood, sour cherries, vanilla, apple, raspberries, maybe some elderberry and even subtle honey. Quite full, almost like wine. Touch of salt, hint of caramel.
Taste is full and smooth. Deliciour sour fizz which makes the mouth water. Subtle bitterness in the background balanced against sweetness. Crisp lightly metallic dry finish. Lots of flavours that mingle beautifully: wood, cherries, hint of lemon, maybe even raisins. Arcanor (422) - Quebec, CANADA - OCT 18, 2016
750ml bottle, best before 2017-04-29. Pour red with brownish notes. No foam, just a small cloud. Aroma is from small fruits, raspberries and cherries, wood, wet leather and vinegar. Taste is very complex and hard to tell what’s is front of what. Sour malt, cherries, wood, leather.... It’s in the WOW factor. Medium carbonation, slick and sweet. Long sweet finish of cherries wood and dark vinegar. Iznogud (4322) - CROATIA - OCT 16, 2016
Bottle, 750 ml from MBR. Shared with JFK10000. Pours hazy deep red with small beige head. Fruity, cherries, berries, tart, wood. Medium bodied. Nice. TEJA (3256) - Stockholm, SWEDEN - OCT 13, 2016
Draught at Pressklubben Stockholm. Semi lasting white head. Opaque red-orange color. Mild lactic aroma with a touch of red wine. Big initial acidity followed by a mild wine taste. Hamirubi (595) - Waarschoot, BELGIUM - OCT 4, 2016
75cl bottle at home (25 IX 2016), shared with friends. This is the 2013
edition, as the other batches since 2011 a degustation beer created by Brouwerij Rodenbach/Palm and food chef Viki Geunes. The maceration of fruit is an important, wine-derived treatment, used in this Rodenbach process for six months for different berries: sour cherries (five percent), cranberries (four percent), raspberries (four percent). This juice is blended with a two-year oak aged sour red ale, a wine-like specialty brew. With a scarlet red, red-orange or fluorescent red coloured brew with dark body, it lacks the impeccable head - a white foamed, pinkish gloomed collar - for having the perfect fruit beer look. The nose already comes with a sour aroma, backed with several wood, almost oak notes. Within the flavours, one can easily spot the red ripe raspberrie and red currant features. The mouthfeel is beautifully soft - could this be the maceration, or is this just imagination - with a tasteful medium carbonation, added to the acidic and fruity start. The body is more raspberry and some juniper even. The oak foeder ensures a creamy, lingering vanilla base, altough the body is not that firm in the whole. The malt features have a corn backbone, without tasting awkward nor unpleasant. The sourness is surprisingly soft, except for the raspberry mouthfeel. There is a sugary sweetness on the background, supported by sweets and leaves sensations. In the taste perception there are even hints of oranges, mandarin oranges and even some peaches. The wood features come with a keen dryness, adding to the warm red wine, bourgogne or Saint-Emilion character. This sour red wine body is not that powerfull to the very end. How to conclude this lovely brew? The macerated sweet-sour red fruits and the foeder base make up for a fine, gastronomic match. The almost perfect looks and an equally vinous nose ensure an elegant brew with a mostly firm, yet velvet mouth, making a complex old brown, with a somewhat swift finish. A Flemish classic in a wine treatment version, successful for sure.