Pours a brilliantly clear orange with a thick white head. Smells malty with a hint of hops in the background.
Tastes good. Like an American brown on steroids wroth the hops of a double ipa.
Smells fruity, hoppy, and sweet. An overlay of brett funk prelates the nose over the lacy head.
Strong, but old, hops mingle with the brett character, leaving a long lasting taste of brett.
Bit strong on the brett; a good sipping beer. Not worth 7 for a 12oz.
Pours a clear dark orange. No head to speak of, but carbonation on the sides of the glass. Smells a bit sour and a bit funky, wroth a touch of stone fruit or tannic oak.
Definitely low carbonation, definitely can taste the tea, otherwise it is just ok.
Pours a slightly hazy golden, mostly clear, and a dissipating white head. Smells like a cross between a pilsner and belgian Trippel. Tastes mostly like a light, grainy Trippel, but a moderate to heavy mouthfeel and a stronger than normal bite of noble hops. Czech saaz?
Pretty tasty. The hops make it nicely refreshing.
Pours a rich, dark mahogany, only discernable from black against bright light. A quickly dissipating chocolate head leaves a nice lace behind. Malt Amd chocolate are in the nose with little of any coffee.
Nice and acidic, sweet and malty, but not cloying. The aftertaste is lumbering Amd quickly evolves into dark chocolate notes, like cocoa on your tongue.
Good beer. Brew it.
Very dark brown, opaque except for the edges, but clear there. Nose is perfumery, woody, spicy. The head has dissipated to leave a light brown heavy lace.
First taste is reminiscent of wood, dirt, forest floor and a perfume piney flavor. This seems like a strong American Brown kicked up a notch. Bitter overwhelms malt, chocolate, and coffee as the dominant mid and finishing tones.
A bit harsh, but not bad.