caesar (7162) - Bunnik/Utrecht, NETHERLANDS - JUN 4, 2017
Bottle @ Potjepalooza, 10 cl sample. Hazy golden color, short frothy head. Aroma of funk, citrus, flowery hops, bit grainy malt. Soft sourness in taste, fruity sweetness, funk. Lovely balanced, wonderful beer. ShivanDragon (4120) - Leeuwarden, NETHERLANDS - JUN 4, 2017
Bottle, shared @ Potjepalooza. clear yellow/golden with a white head.aroma is fresh, floral, brett, sweet, violets. Taste is fresh, floral, citrus, firm, alcohol. grass. brett. pretty saison-ish herbs. medium body, nice finish. Borresteijn (7174) - Zaandam, NETHERLANDS - JUN 3, 2017
75cl Bottle sample at Potjepalooza. Murky golden colour, thin white head. Aroma is sour, light funky, citrus, peach. Flavour is light to medium sweet, sour peach, citrus, light funk, yeast, milky, tart finish. Light bodied. A bit rough, but nice. PotjeBier (3351) - Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS - JUN 3, 2017
Bottle, shared @ Potjepalooza, thanks Caesar. Murky golden color. Aroma’s: brett funk, tropical fruit, sweet, yeasty. Retronasal it’s fruity, light sour, light bretty. Flavor is moderate sour, peachy. Light bodied. Dry finish. skortila (5875) - Baarn, NETHERLANDS - JUN 3, 2017
Bottled. 10cl sample @ Potjepalooza’s this-is-not-a-tickfest tickfest. The aroma has lots of flowers. Bit hazy, orange coloured beer with a thin off-white head. The taste is light sourish, floral, citric, lactic, tart. Really nice combination of a saison and a sour.
kermis (13485) - The Hague / Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS - JUN 3, 2017
Bottle shared at Potjepalooza. Cloudy orange with a small white head. Aroma of tart apricot, floral notes, pineapple, brett and citric urinal cakes. Flavour is above light sweet, bitter and sour. Light medium bodied with soft carbonation. sjogro (4183) - The Hague, NETHERLANDS - JUN 3, 2017
Shared from bottle at Potjepalooza. Hazy golden with white head. Sweet malts, floral, brett, light fruity, almond, apricot, light lactic. Moderate sweet and light bitter, light sour. Medium body, soft carbonation. Minerallike. Nice. Maakun (5600) - The Hague, NETHERLANDS - JUN 3, 2017
Bottle shared at Potjepalooza. Hazy golden with short lasting off white head. Tart lemon, loads of flowers, aromatic herbs and grass, light spicy yeast, lactic notes, apricot, white wine. Quite fruity with fruity Brett and a hint of lactic notes and a soft funk. Medium sour and light sweet with spicy bitter yeast. Medium bodied with fizzy carbonation. Very nice. MarcoDL (4973) - NETHERLANDS - JUN 3, 2017
Bottle. Golden pour. Aroma of funky barnyard, apricot, brett, creamy vanilla, oak and horseblanket. Taste of funky barnyard, floral brett, apricot, oaky vanilla and orange. Nice one. radarsock (1194) - Massachusetts, USA - APR 26, 2017
bytemesis is love. My god, man....
Easily one of the slickest mouthfeel I’ve experienced. Adds a uniquely tuned-in rice wine "crunchiness" to the palate. Astonishingly floral throughout. Lime zest peaks through as if it’s spying on his neighbors have sex. A pineapple-based sourdough character aligns itself as the Dom in the aforementioned neighbor scenario, masterfully taking no prisoners and having the titillatingly clad steamed peas, damp oak, and wheat grain viciously choke on his loaf before doughing in their pretty faces.
What I like about this beer is its indefinable cohesion. Everything makes sense, it’s all here for a reason. Nothing is mismatched or misplaced. Nothing is wasted. I like that. It just fills me up with this satisfying clingy warmth that for future reference is similar to eating chocolate, talking to a good friend on the phone, and watching Dexter all simultaneously while knowing that I’m not Slavoj Žižek. Jesus fucking Christ. Do you know that feeling? No? Then try it sometime, you pathetic wanker.
If that doesn’t leave you exhaustively happy, I don’t know what will.
Under-ripe clementine is highly giggling as it modishly shows itself off to all the spectators watching from beyond the bleachers, a good 22 minutes of letting warm in the room temperature environment. White tea is creeping right underneath.
It doesn’t have that much flavor - it’s not terribly complex, is what I mean. What it lacks in a distinguishable multifaceted flavor profile more than makes up for it in its mouthfeel department, which is smooth and temporarily hard like an unfiltered Vermont well water source.
Graham flour at swallow? I never thought I would write those words but you can certainly expect that as well.