Voodoo Love Child - Voodoo Brewing Company
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3.74/5 rDev 0%
The label is a little disturbing I gotta say.Pours into a large tulip glass a deeply ripe tangerine color with a sticky light pinkish hued white head that left good lacing.Aromas are on the lighter side with stone fruit and mild lactic notes,some sweet alcohol plays a role as it warms more.The feel is almost creamy and it helps the beer glide down easy.Dry on the palate for the most part save some sweet sugary alcohol in the finish,stone fruit and lightly tart fresh picked raspberries stand out most with just a tinge of iron.Not bad,it's not funky or barnyard-like and the fruit is subtle but it adds nicely to the beer,it doesn't seem quite as big as it is.
10-04-2013 21:54:40 | More by oberon
3.73/5 rDev -0.3%
From BeerAdvocate Magazine Volume II, Issue IV:
A Tripel aged on cherries, raspberries and passion fruit. Minimal lacing but it stays for the duration, beautiful glowing amber color even though there is a haze. The aroma is full of cherry and raspberry fruitiness, passion fruit is there but subdued. Ample crispness with a fluffy moderate body that runs a little bitty. Big on the fruit flavors, not only from the fruit that this is aged on, but from the yeast that throws some light tropical fruit at the taste buds along with a mellow warming alcohol. Paper-thin phenols come in with a faint herbal flavor. Finishes with some fruit and leans toward the dry side.
More of a strong Fruit Beer rather than a Tripel with fruit. Yeah, there is some Belgian-esque character, but not enough to make a substantial footprint on the taste buds.
08-01-2010 14:52:24 | More by BeerAdvocate
3.88/5 rDev +3.7%
22 ounce bottle w/o freshness/brewed on/bottled on info, comes via Dave Roach and Tony Forder of Ale Street News fame. This one pours cloudy dark orangey amber, under a rapidly departing off white head, and leaving minor lacing. The nose is sweatily of tropical fruits. Initial impression is of a triple infused w/ a bit too much highly sweet fruit juice. Notes of sweet/sour cherries, mango, sour starburst candies. Quite a crisp and intense drying hop burst late. Certainly different. Being a lover of all things Belgian in style, and also being one who does enjoy a sweeter, yet somehow also hoppy brew, I liked it. I'm sure however that this one will not be for everybody. So proceed with caution.
01-27-2009 00:44:55 | More by Billolick
3.46/5 rDev -7.5%
Poured from a bottle into a wine glass.
A: A rose/red color that has visible bubbles and lots of leftover fruit sediment.
S: Fruity, like a fruit beer with a lot of sweetness that comes in the nose.
T: Sweet, with a passion fruit and watermelon flavor.
M: Sugar on the back of the tongue molds into a sweet fruit flavor and becomes Robitussin like.
O: Tastes like a fruit beer, certainly not amazing but not atrocious either. very average.
06-09-2013 23:20:11 | More by codysjb
3.53/5 rDev -5.6%
Appearance: clear with sediment, 1/3 inch head, brownish yellow in color, high carbonation
Smell: berries: strawberries, cherries, raspberries, and some honey
Taste: follows the nose with slight Belgian spices and toasted malt
Mouthfeel: very sweet but not cloyingly so, light bodied, medium-high carbonation
Drinkability: A super fruity beer that still has some beer taste. I would liken this to Leinenkugel's Berry Weiss with more kick. I would get this one again, but one per sitting due to the sweetness.
02-07-2011 15:11:18 | More by tigg924
3.93/5 rDev +5.1%
22oz bottle split with a friend poured into a snifter glass.
cracked the cap and exploding bottle, still saved almost all the beer. pours out slightly cloudy deep golden color with a slight red hue to it. big foamy soapy white head that kept some great retention and lots of sticky lace. looks great.
raspberries jump out off the first whiff. also some passion fruit, star fruit kind of citrus going on. behind that the base beer is just barely detectable.
a nice mix of fruit in the taste, mostly raspberry and cherry, not sure on the passion fruit, it may or may not be there (never tried an actual passion fruit). some citrus, and a touch of grains, and maybe some belgian yeast there. a nice balance of fruit and belgian tripel, but i would have liked more of an assertive fruit taste. a slight tartness, but more would have been better.
assertive carb, medium to light in feel, alcohol is hardly noticable.
overall, some nice fruits, but more would have made for a better beer.
07-29-2011 23:25:23 | More by dogfishandi
3.73/5 rDev -0.3%
Appears a clouded unfiltered amber red forms a large bright white head which dwindles slowly forming fine even bands of lacing as it fades. Aromatics full of tart fruit combinations including syrupy passion fruits like pineapple and mango twang, tart apple cider with honey covered cherries and berries. A menagerie of fruit and tripel, this aging of the fruit did the Gran Met well, because it was still on fire way too young at this stage in the game. Aging on fruit really took that edge off and everything melded together quite well. I also note a spicy peppery yeast note that was lacking along with herbal qualities that were nonexistent in my sampling of the Gran Met. Flavors flowed well it really still had plenty of alcohol flavor but sweet ripened fruit and somewhat syrupy malts collide to bring enjoyment in the glass. Tartness without the funky edge a very clean natured tart character flows with ripened fruits again I come back to cherry and berry combination without getting too specific, and a flow of tropical passion fruit flows as well. Spicy yeast provides a touch of needed dryness low hop content brings out some mild herbal qualities to add to the balance. Again another big brew that will only improve with age. Mouthfeel is full bodied with really sticky residual sugars coating the palate with every sip a 22oz portion can get cloying but hell just about any beer at this abv will do that to ya. Carbonation flowed well even on the palate with enough there to carry the syrup that has formed, and I can guarantee some alcohol burn at this point. Drinkability is good for the complexity of different fruits thrown in here along with a notably spicy yeast profile and pure alcohol presence the flavors do work, but once again split this with some friends much more enjoyable spread out rather than by the bottle.
10-27-2007 13:28:58 | More by WVbeergeek
3.51/5 rDev -6.1%
Red-amber color; slightly hazy with a fine head.
A tad too sweet despite some tartness.
Nice mix of fruity flavors with no one fruit dominating: A berry-cherry mix.
Medium-light body with fairly high carbonation.
Some hops show up in the aftertaste.
04-07-2014 01:58:10 | More by chinchill
3.68/5 rDev -1.6%
Bottle purchased from Capone's in Norristown, PA.
Pours a slightly hazy golden color with a half-finger white head. The head recedes into a thin layer on top leaving decent lacing.
Smells of sweet malts with good amounts of Belgian candi sugar. Also present are mild amounts of cherries and assorted other light fruits.
Tastes similar to how it smells. A mildly biscuit-like sweet malt flavor kicks things off and are joined shortly by sweet candied cherries. Hints of raspberries enter into things midway through the sip along with a light bitterness. Sweet malt and fruit flavors carry through to an ending that's mildly bitter.
Mouthfeel is good. It has a decent thickness with moderate carbonation.
Drinkability is good. I finished my glass and could have another.
Overall the flavors inherent to a tripel felt a bit too aged to me - I prefer the malt flavors to be a bit crisper. Still, a solid attempt at a "fruited" tripel and worth a shot.
01-17-2010 04:31:35 | More by glid02
3.83/5 rDev +2.4%
(served in a tulip)
A- This beer has a hazy glowing orange body with a champagne carbonation and a sticky white creamy head that last for the full beer.
S- This beer has a full sweet cherry- passion fruit aroma with some baby food fruit smell in the finish.
T- This beer has a fruity sweet flavor with a mead finish with a slight bitter note. There is a slight berry funk with a cheese note and a raspberry tart hint in the finish.
M- This beer has a medium mouthfeel with a smooth texture and a fizzy finish. There is no alcohol heat noted.
D- This beer has a big sweet almost candy fruit flavor with an odd complexity. The fruit is sweet and the dry triple flavors are a bit odd together with not much hop or malt flavors to support the fruit.
03-11-2010 14:59:00 | More by rhoadsrage
3.43/5 rDev -8.3%
A- a hazy orange color. not exactly what i expected or would associate with a beer of this flavor
T- my first attempt at this beer was unexpected , i drank it overly chilled a mistake on my own part, the flovors seemed a little jumbled together. i grew fond of this beer on my sencond go, another suprise this is how cherry should taste , i realy couldnt taste the pasion fruit? also felt the spice almost cinniomn like realy complamented the berry .
D- at 10.5 i could imagine love child would catch up to you . it wasnt tart a plus for me but , beers like this get old quick imo.
a pleasent break from the more aggressive styles
05-10-2010 01:15:12 | More by meatymattyballs
3.5/5 rDev -6.4%
Voodoo- Love Child
Bottles at Isaac Newton's- Newtown, PA
A- Cloudy red grapefruit color with a small white head.
S- Big strong raspberries, cherries and grape.
T- Crisp wine-coller malt with a big fruity body. Raspberries are dominent with cherry and grape notes coming through. Passion fruit listed on the label and I'm assuming thats what I'm tasting. Very berry flavored and Passion fruit isn't a very common flavor?!
M- Sweet and crisp up front with a dry fruitiness in the end. Alc present in the end and very warming in the gullet.
Overall- Very fruity and tasty. A good dessert beer, probably good with chocolate cake.
10-31-2007 20:36:16 | More by NJpadreFan
Voodoo Love Child from Voodoo Brewing Company
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