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RATINGS: 168   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.78/5   SEASONAL: Special   EST. CALORIES: 180   ABV: 6%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
A collaboration beer between Two Brothers Brewing and Urthel Brewery. An oak aged sour flemish red ale.

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jlanning215 (363) - Peoria, Illinois, USA - JUN 20, 2011
I can see how this would get a bad rating for style. its simply not a flanders like i have ever had. its tart but very slightly. sweetness is there also but neither are overpowering. i guess this would be great for someone who has never had a sour beer before because it isnt puckering or powerful. thin bodied and nice carbonation. good overall....but not like most flander reds ive had.

3.2
Sledutah (7489) - Utah, USA - JUN 16, 2011
Bottle shared by Doug, thanks
Appearance: Clear red/copper with a medium sized off-white head and some lacing
Aroma: Tart cherries and sweet caramel
Taste: Tart cherries, caramel, woody and honey
A nice beer, a little thin but nice and refreshing.

3.4
douglas88 (9057) - Portland, Oregon, USA - JUN 11, 2011
500 ml bottle, corked, thanks to Eric. Pours a cloudy red/brown color with a small white head. The aroma is a dusty caramel, sugars and cherry note. The flavor is sweet cherries, light oak, a thin palate, some sugars, caramel, dry and dusty. Nice.

3.2
phaleslu (10100) - Cincinnati, Ohio, USA - JUN 3, 2011
375 ml bottle shared by stevemastny- thanks again, Steve! Pours a cloudy amber color with a small beige head that proves to be resilient. Aroma of earthy funk, leaves, oak, caramel malts, and rum balls. Flavor of sweet and caramel malts, earth, berries, oaky funk, and tea. The cherry character emerges more as it warms. Medium-bodied, with a funky, earthy mouthfeel and dry finish. Fizzy carbonation. Really unusual sour.

2.2
Thorpe429 (5035) - , Illinois, USA - MAR 22, 2011
Reviewed from notes. On tap at the brewpub. Pours a moderate reddish brown color with a thin light tan head and not much lacing. The nose brings cherries and a bit of earth as well as some light acetic and lactic notes. The taste is mild cherry, bread, hints of caramel, and a bit of sourness. Mouthfeel brings slight sourness and a bit of cream. Drinks okay, but really not a very good collaboration. Serving type: on-tap Reviewed on: 10-24-2010

3.4
Strykzone (7306) - Wood River, Illinois, USA - MAR 2, 2011
An ESBLS tasting. Moaten Flanders meets Chicago. A cloudy tea color. Very over ripe fruit in the nose. Sticky feel. Not really a sour but quite good. some dark fruit, wood, and interesting yeast. Unique as can be.

3.3
crossovert (12666) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - FEB 21, 2011
12.7 oz green Belgian style corked and caged bottle. It is a collaboration between Two Brothers and Urthel. "Chicago Meets Flanders". Pours an intoxicating dark purpleish red, much like one of those high octane doppelbocks like eku 28, it is semi clear and magnificent when held to the light. The head is large, foamy and off-white and leaves some very nice Brussels-style lacing. The smell wasn’t exactly what I was expecting. It smells like a "red" saison. The yeast is twangy, fruity, and slightly spicy and the malts are bready and up-front, underneath there is a slight red grape scent. There is a hint, very slight, of farmhouse scent. There is also a hint of oak. The smell isn’t pungent, only subtle, but I like it. The flavor is more like a Flanders red, it is super fruity with notes of cherries foremost and also some red grape. It as a distinct bitterness and also a decent sweetness. The malts sort of fall flat here. The tartness is in the finish, it isn’t sour only tart, but it lacks a certain bite. The oak lingers after in your moth and is a bit overpowering and the finish is pretty dry. This is very wine-like, im not a huge fan. The mouthfeel is the downfall, it is watery with a dry finish, it just doesn’t convey the flavors to the tongue well enough. Overall it is a good but not great beer. Serving type: bottle Reviewed on: 02-24-2010 21:37:12

2.5
SlovakSniper (5561) - Candiac, Quebec, CANADA - FEB 6, 2011
Le liquide est brun acajou. La mousse est fugace. Le nez n’offre que très peu d’émotion avec des parfums légèrement artificiels de framboises surettes légèrement touchées par les notes vineuses du fût de chêne. Le goût est collé aux arômes avec des fruits surets et un très faible boisé. La bouche est mince, l’effervescence modérée et la texture aqueuse. La finale est légère, faite de notes à la fois acidulées et sucrées. En résumé, bof…

2.2
rodenbach99 (4572) - Longueuil, Quebec, CANADA - FEB 6, 2011
Bouteille de 12,7 fl. oz. avec bouchon liège. Couleur acajou, peu de mousse, grosses bulles. Nez de framboises suédoises, avec un petit boisé, un peu de funk est aussi perceptible. En bouche la bière est mince, liquide, un peu de chocolat, et un peu de funk en fin de bouche. Manque de corps, de rondeur et d’équilibre de saveurs. 4/10

3.6
DocLock (10652) - Lower Pottsgrove, Pennsylvania, USA - JAN 28, 2011
Bomber from Smith’s. Pours deep brownish ruby with 3-finger off-white head. Nose is oaky cherry, vinous fruit. Tastes of tart cherry, berry, vinous, with earthy notes, cabernet notes, and some oaky finishing notes. Decent, and extremely underrated here as far as I’m concerned.


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