Cellar Cuvee 6 - Jackie O's Pub & Brewery
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3.95/5 rDev -8.1%
Bottle shared at GRG1313’s tasting.
2011 vintage. Bottle # 81/204.
Pours a murky orange with a foamy bone head that fades to nothing. Small dots of lace slowly drip into the remaining beer on the drink down. Smell is sour and tart with peach, fruit, and acidic aromas. Taste is much the same with peach and wood flavors on the finish. There is a medium amount of acidity on the palate with each sip. This beer has a lower level of carbonation with a slightly crisp mouthfeel. Overall, this is a good beer that is tasty and easy to drink.
05-09-2013 00:53:35 | More by UCLABrewN84
4.23/5 rDev -1.6%
Bottle shared by Chris (spycow). Bottle #126/204. Served in a Hill Farmstead tulip.
A - White foam settles to a thin collar, leaving a few wisps on top and negligible lacing. Transparent golden body.
S - Plenty of lactic sourness, peaches and other stone fruits, light acetobacter, musky funk, and light oak. It's largely what you'd expect from an American Wild Ale, but it's well done all the same.
T - The taste is quite similar, but with a bit less funk and a bit more Sweet Tarts candy-esque flavors and a lightly carbonic seltzer finish. Lots of lactic sourness and stone fruits - pretty much what you'd expect from a wine-barrel aged peach sour.
M - Light body, with pleasant but lower carbonation. Dry, with a lightly tannic texture to it and no obvious alcohol. Moderate acidity, but nothing excessive.
D - This is a really nice beer. Good balance of lactic and acetic sourness, with light funky notes. It's a lot like I remembered when we tasted this from the barrels, and I'm glad it didn't get to acetic by the time it was bottled. Jackie O's strongest sour and one I wish they would make in larger quantities.
11-16-2012 17:23:58 | More by MasterSki
4.33/5 rDev +0.7%
Thanks to rudzud for sharing, 2011 vintage bottle # 130/204
Decent fizzy bubbly 1/2 finger head fades semi quickly, light lacing, mostly clear blond apple juice colored.
Nose floats out everywhere after the pour, tons of tart sour fruit, tangy sour funky peach, plenty of peaches not necessarily fresh but peach nonetheless, light blonde malt, hint sweetness, nice tart lactic acid and lacto sour funk, light vanilla oak barrel, smooth and round. Peach also brings other light stone fruit like nectarine.
Taste comes in waves. First hits with a nice sour fruit, tart peaches and stone fruit, again not fresh but soft fermented aged fruit. Then an oak layer hits, vanilla, dusty oak, etc. Next tart sour lambic like funk, lacto sourness, little creamy, and lactic acid. Next malts kick in with some light blonde ale sweetness and light toasty bready malt with light yeast. Then more fruit, again tart sour like peach and flemmy. Finish is flemmy, tart sour peach fruit, little bready funk, light barrel, light acetic acid and creamy lacto.
Mouth is med to lighter bodied, flemmy and sour, nice carb.
Overall quite nice, very good beer, nice aged peaches not fresh but nice, nice sour tart fruit etc.
03-27-2013 12:37:37 | More by jlindros
4.4/5 rDev +2.3%
Poured from the bottle into a goblet. This is bottle 73/204.
Appearance: The beer pours a clear golden amber color with just under a finger of creamy off white head. The head leaves a small layer on top of the pour.
Smell: This is a fruity sour vinegar bomb. Lots of sour vinegar and some light, hay like funk. There is a nice peach undertone here as well.
Taste: This is a really nice light sour ale. I'm getting some vinegar and lemon juice sourness right off the bat. The fruit shows up more near the end of each sip. There is a light sweetness and a mild funk. The finish is quite fruity and somewhat acidic.
Mouthfeel: The body is medium with just a touch of syrup to it. The carbonation is fluffy with a very dry finish.
Overall: This is a very sour blonde ale, but it's extremely drinkable. I thought the peach note was really nice. I'd have more in the future if they ever make this beer again.
11-22-2012 19:34:29 | More by oline73
4.08/5 rDev -5.1%
Poured a hazy, orange color with a small quickly dissipating white head.
The aromas begin with fresh peach nectar coupled with a huge amount of oak as well. A bit earthy and funky sourness emerges as it warms.
The tastes follow the nose but are a step down in intensity. Flavors of peaches, lessers lemon and maybe grapefruit. Solid tart lactic sour flavors throughout.
The mouthfeel is medium bodied with medium carbonation. Finish is dry and tart and oaky.
Overall this was a really nice beer but I feel I opened my bottle too soon. This could use another year to let the sourness and flavors develop into something special.
03-23-2012 13:57:19 | More by claspada
4.33/5 rDev +0.7%
So I have two of these beers, cracking one with JLindros. Bottle number 130/204, 2011 vintage.
A - poured into a Kate the Great tulip a crystal clear apple juice hue with a quarter inch head that fades to leave light lacing and a thin cloud.
S - Aromas of nice soured blonde, barrel aging notes, sligh vanilla notes. Peach is on the fainter side, definitely an old/aged peach nose. Not fresh fruit, nice skin.
T - Taste is quite pleasant. Starts with some slightly bready blonde notes before tart peach skin takes over. Quite sharp but not overwhelming sourness. Light vinegar notes, floral barrel/vanilla/dusty oak barrel. Some beautiful layers. Of flavor here.
M - Mouthfeel is very sharp and tart with good carbonation super sessionable. Quite nice.
O - Overall I have yet to be disappointed by a Jackie O's beer. This is very complex and layered beer. Not sure if I would age this like the bottle says I could but super amped to have another bottle.
03-26-2013 23:12:37 | More by rudzud
4.08/5 rDev -5.1%
Poured into a tulip. Bottle #109 of 204 from 2011.
3.5 A: Lightly hazed light orange color. One and a half ifngers of frothy white head. Retention is average and a short ring of lacing is left.
4.0 S: Pleasant mix of funk and sour. Foremost, tart peaches stand out. A mix of earthy and musty funk follows - dryrotted sweat socks, wet rotting wood, oak, supple tannins. Tangy lactic acid in moderate amounts.
4.0 T: Tastes like the nose, but with a little more force. Tart and sweet peach with some extra berry notes from the lactic acid. Oak, light vanilla, and plenty of funk including barn woodines, sweat socks, unripened berry, and damp musty basement. Very nice.
4.0 M: Lighter medium body. Good spritzy carbonation. Good creaminess as well.
4.5 D: I really enjoyed this, it's one of JO's better sours. Any category could have been a notch higher, so I'll bump the overall.
05-06-2012 00:42:03 | More by DavoleBomb
4.25/5 rDev -1.2%
Thanks, Jason! Bottle into tulip.
A - Pours a hazy/mirky yellow/orange color, white head, bubbles here and there and a thin collar.
S - Citrus peel, lactic sour/tart notes, light peaches, some must, oak. Really nice sour notes and super-sniffable.
T - Lactic sourness, fruity peach notes, oak, some acidic pucker in there as well. The finish is fruity sweetness and an nice sour bite.
M - Light body, good carbonation, dry finish.
O - A really nice sour from BC that I would have again all the time, if available. I was really looking forward to this one after sampling it out of the barrel, and it lived up to my memories of it. Get some!
03-19-2012 17:11:08 | More by Sean9689
3.28/5 rDev -23.7%
Poured into a snifter.
A: Pours a cloudy pale golden without much head.
S: Light funk, sweet fruits, plums, and vibrant peaches. Dry smelling with a great peach smell.
T: Tart and acidic flavors of fruity sour-patch kids. The peach is un-ripe in flavor. Very sour aftertaste.
M: Acidic mouthfeel, very tart and dry. Good carbonation but this beer is rough around the edges.
O: A bit unpolished. Great smell but the rest of the beer was one-dimensional and underwhelming.
12-17-2011 23:55:23 | More by scottfrie
3.9/5 rDev -9.3%
Slightly murky blonde color with the hues of barrel juice/char darkening the beer at the center of the glass. No head, appears still.
The aroma foretells of a sour immediately. Orange pith, brett, and lactic sourness.
Very sour, near puckering at times. Nice acidity and orange type flavors.
Low carbonnation, drinks clean and smooth.
Overall one of the better Jackie O's sours this year.
12-03-2011 15:35:43 | More by Spider889
Cellar Cuvee 6 from Jackie O's Pub & Brewery
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