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RATINGS: 220   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.28/5   IBU: 29   EST. CALORIES: 285   ABV: 9.5%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Voodoo Love Child is our Gran Met aged for three months on passion fruit, cherries, and raspberries. This is unique to Lambics. So we feel, why should they get ale the fun? This ale is inspired by fun, flavor, and a passion for brewing. We say, have a couple and your own Voodoo Love Child later.

Ingredients: (Belgian 2 Row, Belgian light candy sugar, beet sugar, Hattertau hops, and our House Tripel yeast. Aged on Cherries, Raspberries, and Passion Fruit. 19.5 OG, 2 degrees Plato FG. 29 IBUs, 9.5%abv.

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3.6
keanex (1799) - Atco, New Jersey, USA - JAN 10, 2012
From a 22 ounce bottle with no freshness date. Poured into a Duvel tulip glass.

A: Murky brown and orange, reminds me a lot of iced tea. There’s not much head to speak of but there’s a light tan ring around the top. This doesn’t look very appealing.

S: Sweet malts, slight Belgian yeast spice, and an underlying sweet and tart fruit, cherries mostly. I like the complexity of this and the sweet fruit to it.

T: There’s a lot of sweetness from the malts with sugar throughout. There’s a slight tartness to this that comes through at the end. There’s also a warming sensation that comes through down the throat.

M: Medium bodied with a lot of carbonation through it. This feels alive in the mouth.

O: This is a nice beer, good complexity to it, though the description sounds better than it tastes. This is worth trying.

3.4
Nephilium (1821) - Cleveland, Ohio, USA - JAN 3, 2012
This starts with a sharp aroma, with Belgian yeast notes as well as alcohol heat. Pours a clear amber, with a hint of red in it, and with a full white head. The fruit and aging appear to help the alcohol heat of the Gran Met, taming it quite a bit. There’s a touch of fruit and oak in the finish, just a touch. Not a bad beer, better then the Gran Met, I just was expecting a bit more fruit to come forward in this beer.

3.3
Ughsmash (7510) - Pewaukee, Wisconsin, USA - NOV 10, 2011
Bomber. Poured hazy medium orange with a whole lot of sediment in there. The aroma picked up dry raspberries, passion fruit, and earthy, white peppery yeast over bready and a little toffee malt.. lots of fruit and lots of candi sugar.. interesting. The flavor opened with tart raspberry seeds and lighter fruits, with bready malts and a bunch of beet sugars settling in behind.. dry with whiter spices on the back-end.. the fruit was interesting in here, but it was too sweet. Medium-bodied, but filling on the palate with high carbonation.. tartness from the fruit was unfortunately masked by sugars in many places.. overall a decent brew.

3.3
Pawola22 (3262) - Woodridge, Illinois, USA - OCT 8, 2011
22oz bottle from Wegman’s in State College, PA. Pours a cloudy amber-orange colored body with a finger-width, frothy, tan head that dissipates slowly and leaves a moderate lacing. Aroma is caramel malts on the sweeter side with some fruits that have a bit of a cherry, slightly tart raspberry, and I guess a touch of passion fruit. A hint of yeast in there too. Flavor is similar and a bit better. Fresh fruit is a bit more apparent with a nice, light tartness coming from the raspberries. Some apricot-cherry and passion fruit plays well alongside the very light tartness. A touch of yeast comes in and gives off a hint of breadiness to the lightly sweetened caramel malts. Fruit comes out a bit more towards the end with a touch of tartness that helps this dry with a touch of earthy, yeasty spice. Clean with a very light bitterness before leaving a medium length aftertaste. Medium, smooth body with a soft, refreshing, moderate carbonation. Overall, a decent fruit beer. No hint of alcohol and pretty refreshing for the ABV. The flavor does offer a nice fruit mixture that blends well with the malts and offers a pleasant, very light tartness. Not overly sweet and well balanced all-around. Not earth shattering, but pretty good.

3.4
dfhhead25 (251) - Pennsylvania, USA - OCT 2, 2011
Aroma- listed fruits, booze, wood Appearance- cloudy deep yellow, lots of sediment, unreal foam Taste- big fruitiness. oak, herbs, earthiness, bitter finish Palate- high carbonation, medium body Overall- Strange brew, quite unique. First half of bottle was pretty refreshing, got cloying as time went on. Sediment was irritating as well.

3.4
SudsMcDuff (8494) - .....Manchester United.........., Texas, USA - SEP 30, 2011
This was a linda carter .. . Poured a cloudy caramel .. light foam .. . muddled, hay, strange .. . . what an asshole, i hate that guy and so do you ..and now on to weather, well its hot, thanks to sonofabitch randy marsh ...

3.4
keepersj12 (3137) - Sicklerville, New Jersey, USA - SEP 3, 2011
Kind of a weird beer but in a good way. It has a cloudy amber with a hint of red look with just a thin layer for a head. The aroma has a lot of fruit and then a bit more fruit. The flavor is quite sour with all the fruits coming through. It has a lively carbonation making it very crisp. This is best ice cold on a hot day. Belt it down but beware of the ABV which is not noticed until you read the label..

3
Jesterdeal (1986) - Marlton, New Jersey, USA - AUG 5, 2011
Aroma of.raspberries and passionfruit. Pours amber with almost 100 % foam head. It takes a while to dissipate so look out. taste of sour apple and passionfruit with just a hint of metal and yeast. its neat.

3.5
Blairgus (4615) - California, USA - JUL 12, 2011
12 July 2011, bottle. yellow with some light orange notes, a little sediment, steady bubbles. very fizzy - burst with fizz when i opened it, spilling half the 22oz bottle. definitely getting cherries and raspberries on the nose. a bit of lambic sourness. med/thin and a bit creamy. interesting. don’t think i would cal it a lambic without knowing it. it has a lot of dry cherry pit flavour, some fruit. not much of a lambic sourness in the flavor. nice enough.

3.5
bradner (91) - Oswego, Illinois, USA - JUL 5, 2011
Served in a tulip glass. AROMA: The aroma of this beer is unbelievable, really good! Lots of fruit, and some sweetness. APPEARANCE: Golden color with some hints of red. Quite a bit of white frothy head. TASTE: The passion fruit is really prominent - almost like passion fruit tea. There are other fruit tastes here too - raspberries and cranberries. Some spices and coriander are also present. This is real dry and there is little sweetness. PALATE: Light bodied and a bit oily. Better than average carbonation. OVERALL: Very different and intriguing, I liked this but I think it could have used a bit more sweetness.


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