Scopey (15652) - Croydon, Greater London, ENGLAND - AUG 22, 2012
Keg at Fanø Meet the Brewer, King William IV. It pours very dark brown, with a thin off-white head. The nose is sticky dark fruit (cherry, plum, blackcurrant and such like), roasted malt, some tanginess, coffee and dark chocolate. The taste is tangy dark fruit; plum, raisin, grape, cherry, port/vinous, light sourness, roasted malt, coffee, charcoal, touch of balsamic vinegar and salted liquorice, with some alcohol warmth in the finish. Full body and fine carbonation. Good balance, interesting and pretty damn flavoursome. Leighton (22297) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - OCT 8, 2012
On tap at King William IV, London. Pours dark brown with a creamy, beige head. Big sour nose, some dark berries and dark malts. Medium sweet flavor, moderately tart with faint roast, some brett bite. Medium to full bodied with average, creamy carbonation. Lightly warming finish with more tart berries, restrained roasted malts, definite brett tang, some dark grapes. Great stuff. The brett adds a distinctive freshness. pentaz (1264) - Frederiksberg, DENMARK - NOV 16, 2012
Bottle. Pour is clear black with frothy one-finger beige head. Aroma: Brett, redwine, wood, belgian fruit yeast esters and tobacco. Taste is delicate and slightly complex mix of red wine, wood, mildly sour. astringent, burnt malt . Light body, but velvetly soft. Finishes dry, crisp and slightly astringent. SlackerMads (3513) - DENMARK - NOV 16, 2012
Black with beige head. Aroma of brett, red wine, wood, mild cigar notes in the background. Taste is mild sour, soft and dry with notes of red wine and horsestaple (I'm a country boy!). Ends crisp but warm with a light roasted taste. Soft carbonation. Damn nice.