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Stone 10.10.10 Vertical Epic Ale - Stone Brewing Co.

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BA SCORE
85
very good

919 Ratings
THE BROS
88
very good

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Ratings: 919
Reviews: 470
rAvg: 3.76
pDev: 13.83%
Wants: 20
Gots: 418 | FT: 17
Brewed by:
Stone Brewing Co. visit their website
California, United States

Style | ABV
Belgian Strong Pale Ale |  9.50% ABV

Availability: Limited (brewed once)

Notes/Commercial Description:
This beer is retired; no longer brewed.

This ninth edition of our Stone Vertical Epic Ale series takes two interesting left turns. A Belgian-style golden triple is the starting point of this beer, but the first left turn is nearly immediate with the addition of dried chamomile flowers, triticale, and Belgian amber candi sugar. The second, and rather unusual left turn takes us half an hour up the road from Stone to Temecula courtesy of the addition of just-pressed Muscat, Gewurztraminer and Sauvignon Blanc grapes from our friends at South Coast Winery. As the Stone Vertical Epic Ale series has moved through the calendar, we found that the brewing schedule for a 10.10.10 release coincided nicely with the grape harvest, neatly providing an interesting twist in this epic ale.

(Beer added by: JohnGalt1 on 10-02-2010)
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Photo of ColForbinBC
3.45/5  rDev -8.2%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3 | overall: 3.5

On-tap, served in an 8 oz wine glass

Pours a somewhat clear orange/bronze color with little to no head. Loads of bubbles forcing their way to the surface.

The nose is of white grapes, spice, herbs, flowers and even some pears. The bed of cracker-like pale malt allows all of these aromas to dance and play. The wine element seems to detract from this beer rather than enhance it.

Belgian spices are first and foremost with a hearty dose of biscuit/cracker-like malt. The fruits and flowery herbs come in through the middle before fading into a crisp, bitter, dry finish.

This guy has a light body and is highly carbonated, which works well with the style, but to me is a little too aggressive.

I found it to be drinkable considering the lighter nature of the beer as well as the pleasing fruity nature.

I honestly think the sample size was a little too small. I am looking forward to purchasing a bottle and taking my time with it at home. The 8oz glass at the bar didn't quite cut it for me.

ColForbinBC, Nov 24, 2010
Photo of ppoitras
3.63/5  rDev -3.5%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3

22oz bottle purchased somewhere local in MA.

Poured into an imperial pint glass, formed a 1/4" off-white head over the clear dusty golden brew. Head is promptly down to an uneven swirl, very leggy, with lasting lace. Aroma is spicy honey, with a crisp vinous tinge.

Taste follows the nose, with an almost syrupy sweet start, spicy fruitiness in the middle, and closes with a grape flavor that starts crisp but ends up lingering sweet, if that makes sense. Mouthfeel is soft, pretty smooth, and drinkability is alright. The grape that enticed in the nose just doesn't work for me in the taste. Maybe it'll meld together some over the next couple of years.

ppoitras, Nov 24, 2010
Photo of Brad007
3.98/5  rDev +5.9%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

Pours a mild blonde color with a one-finger head into my glass. Different style this year.

Aroma is full of spice with a slight hint of plum. Nothing out of the ordinary.

Taste is full of sweet malt with grassy hops and spiciness from the yeast. Kinda grabs ya by the wee-wee.

Mouthfeel is full of lingering spice and plum. Pleasant.

I don't see much here to rave about. It would look better in a vertical tasting. Just make sure you check the styles of each year before you compare them against each other.

Brad007, Nov 23, 2010
Photo of ToasterChef
3.83/5  rDev +1.9%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

A cellar temperature bottle was split between two pint glasses. Clear orange liquid contains a lot rising carbonation. The head is a touch off-white, large and foamy. It settled to a thin layer of foam and bubbles. Patchy lacing is left behind.

Belgian yeast, white grapes and coriander are all immediately noticeable in the nose. Some hints of lemon become apparent on closer inspection.

Pale malts make up a good base for this beer. A spiciness is tasted, probably caused by the coriander and grape additions. A slight citrus flavor appears as I swallow. Sweetness and a touch of bitterness lingers after I swallow.

This full bodied beer has a decent amount of carbonation. It leaves a sizable coat, but not a sticky one.

The spices and fruit added to this beer give it a unique flavor. I don't think I would order a second glass of this, one would be enough. I am glad I purchased a second bottle to try again once the entire series has been released.

ToasterChef, Nov 23, 2010
Photo of mikesgroove
3.9/5  rDev +3.7%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

My last night of tastings. Sad really, now I will have to wait an entire month before I get to indulge in such things again. But what can you do, figured I would go out with a bang and hit up these new ones and get them off the list and out of the fridge. Served cold and poured into a pint glass, these were consumed on 11/18/2010.

I had heard mixed things about this one so I was anxious to try it on for myself. The pour was an ice light and cloudy amber color with a decent amount of haze to it and a nice three inches of head that came up and over the top, settling down and leaving a good amount of lacing. Aroma of light spice, peach, pear and a hint of herbal flower notes that seem to come across quite nicely, though a touch light. Nice light body and clean finish has all the touches of a nice strong Belgian pale. Light yeast, smooth and even flavors mingled together quite nicely I have to say. Light dry finish with a touch of grape and pear was just about dead on.

Overall not bad at all, nothing overwhelming but I think it works quite nicely in the scheme of things.

mikesgroove, Nov 23, 2010
Photo of CrellMoset
4/5  rDev +6.4%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

On tap at BSP, Decatur, GA. Served in a nonic.

Appearance: A clear crystalline golden copper, capped by one finger of fuzzy, soapy head, lightly tanned though mostly a dull white. The retention isn't fantastic, though, but there are occasional dollops and blotches of glittery runny side lace left in its wake. Carbonation rising to a speckled, mottled surface is sparse and minimal, though a soapy, sudsy collar does persist through, large-bubbled and oddly disuniform.

Aroma: Tart grape notes are large, as are a bunch of simply sweet, slightly crackery pale malt notes. Belgian spice isn't far behind, with the obligatory clove and coriander providing the necessary one-two to back up the grapes and tropical fruits, almost all above the range of peach. Fairly complex, if not expertly made.

Taste: Crisp pale golden malts and biscuity, wheat-like, and dry honey overtones mix with a slew of Belgian spices, cloves, coriander, and star anise. Tropical fruits are also estery and strong, a little syrupy but not overwhelmingly so - orange, nectarine and tangerine, peach, and persimmon (not to mention a classic banana note) all mingle well with a tart, quenching white grape note. The whole thing is a little tart, a little sweet, a little spicy, a little wholesome ... and a lot well-made.

Mouthfeel: Crisp, light, and even initially, though it becomes eruptive with even mild in-mouth agitation, it comes close at points to approximating that envious Belgian pillow-esque feel, and though it never quite gets there, its nice on the whole.

Drinkability: I'm less harsh on this beer than it seems many people are. Are people expecting more as we move along? I found this one crisp, refreshing, and enjoyable, and though it was nothing groundbreaking - and the 9.5% is gettin' up there - it was solid nonetheless. Tentative recommendation.

CrellMoset, Nov 22, 2010
Photo of punkrkr27
3.55/5  rDev -5.6%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Golden pour with a 1-finger, white head. The aroma is sweet, musty, and yeasty with lots of boozy fruit notes, bubblegum esters, banana bread, and a strong vinous note from the grapes. The flavor is sweet and yeasty upfront with lots of bready malt, some honey, and a hearty dose of Belgian esters. The finish is heavily influenced by the grapes and has a very dry, tart, white wine character with some herbal and floral notes lingering in the aftertaste. The body is sticky, medium full with lots of effervescent carbonation.

punkrkr27, Nov 22, 2010
Photo of crossovert
3.9/5  rDev +3.7%
look: 5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 3.5

650ml bottle.

It pours an amazing color. It is a peachy orange with the slightest hint of rose. It is crystal clear. The head is foamy and white and leaves some nice lacing as it recedes.

The smell is typical Belgian pale, fruity esters, some spice, sweetness. There is an extra bit of earthiness in this one.

The flavor is where this one gets interesting. It is noticeably grapey and vinous. It has a nice dryness, but it is nicely bodied. The grapes add a slight bit of tartness but mostly an earthy fruitiness. It is sweet, but never too much so, the slight tartness helps ot balance it out somewhat. It is a persistent flavor, however. There is a certain spiciness that takes over in the aftertaste.

This is a good one, I have kind of ignored the other Vertical Epic ales and maybe I shouldn't have, this one is pretty good.

crossovert, Nov 22, 2010
Photo of philbe311
3.73/5  rDev -0.8%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

A Belgian Style Ale brewed with rye... I'm intrigued...

A - A finger and a half worth of big chunky slightly off white head... Minimal retention gives way to a completely uneven and varied lacing, thick in some areas, a thin veil in others, with a full rich collar... The color is an interesting combination of bright gold and orange... A unique pale granny smith green presents itself when backlit... Very tiny bubbles form a tight spiral in the center of the tulip that rise rapidly... Other wise some sporadic moderate paced carbonation throughout...

S - An intoxicating belgian yeast strain... Golden raisins... Honey... Sweet grapes... Wheat and grains... Faint mandarin oranges... A subdued muskiness...

T - Starts slightly sweet... Grapes... Raisins... Apple... The the Belgian yeast and the spiciness of triticale kicks in... The finish is of tart grapes and tannins...

M - Sharp... Dense... Medium bodied... Mildly lush... Prickly carbonation... A dry and slightly puckering tart finish...

D - A unique take on the Belgian Strong Pale Ale style... The ante is raised by the addition of both sweet and spicy notes... No real complaints though the components to meld the way I was hoping... Tasty, but nothing too memorable... I do however applaud the effort...

philbe311, Nov 22, 2010
Photo of magnj
3.68/5  rDev -2.1%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3 | overall: 3

A - Light golden orange body is hazy, little head.

S - Extremely complex. Fruity, hint of Belgian yeast, somewhat sweet, almost a little licorice. With so many ingredients it's kind of hard to identify, but smells nice. More inviting than a typical Tripel for me.

T - Right up front it's kind of tart, the grapes take a big role. The chamomile is also detectable, of course it's hard to tell which ingredient is lending what flavors.

M/D - Thin to medium body, ends dry. As drinkable as any other in the style. Interesting, not sure how it will age, but worth a shot.

magnj, Nov 22, 2010
Photo of DefenCorps
3.08/5  rDev -18.1%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 2.5

I bought this despite the negative press that it's got.

Pouring a clear, golden orange, this is almost like a Dortmunder. There's a thin, white head that falls off quite fast, leaving no real lacing. Decent

The nose is interesting. Right off the bat, the grapes are apparent, along with some spice and alcohol. There's a little clove, some ginger, and a malt sweetness isn't particularly noticeable apart from some sugar that's present. I'm torn on this, it isn't particularly attractive, but it isn't repulsive either. Overly simple while having a moderately noticeable yeasty spiciness, this is decent.

The palate opens with a little grape juice, alcohol and c love. This really is pushing the boundaries, it almost is some hybrid between a mixed drink with cheap vodka and malt liquor. As harsh as that might sound, this beer isn't terrible. Again, a little ginger appears, on the mid-palate. The grapes are definitely noticeable, both early on and on the finish, with a moderate level of flavor present. However, there are no tannins whatsoever here, I wonder if they used juice instead of whole grapes? The bottle mentions chamomile, I can't say I get much of it here. Mildly sweet on the finish, there's a spicy, alcoholic character as well. Medium-light in body with moderate carbonation, it's mild creamy. Decent, I can't really imagine what benefit age would have on this.

DefenCorps, Nov 22, 2010
Photo of Haybeerman
4.08/5  rDev +8.5%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

A: Clear straw/gold color. Poured a 1 finger white head that dissipated to a skim. Laced in broken rings.

S: White grapes and spices. Bready malt faint hop character. Smells very inviting.

T: Light fruit; mainly grape. Sweet malt and some peppery spices. Maybe some candi sugar. Sweetness lingers through a light bitter; beer seems to balance more in the middle than the finish. Warming alcohol.

M: Medium body. Low to moderate carbonation. Rich and sweet to a warming finish.

D: Interesting nose and flavor. The abv makes it to savor.

Haybeerman, Nov 19, 2010
Photo of ixodus
3.98/5  rDev +5.9%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

A: Poured into a Guiniess Pint Glass. Gold/Orange in color, small white head that fizzles down into a ring around the glass. Leaves a small amount of lacing

S: Banana, Clove, Orange, Spicy yeast esters.

T: Very sweet upfront with a spicy backbone. Banana, clove, orange, grape, moderate alcohol taste. Almost tastes like a strong Hefeweizen

M: Medium bodied with a lot of fizzy carbonation. Sweet, Spicy and Strong.

D: Quite good. It may need awhile to mellow out... I'll be saving my next bottle until 2012

ixodus, Nov 19, 2010
Photo of alkemy
3.65/5  rDev -2.9%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Poured a clear, slightly dark gold with minimal head after a pretty relaxed pour. My bomber really didn't seem to have much sediment in it at all. Some typical Belgian scents like bubblegum and clove, but there is a lot of slightly sweet white wine aromas. Taste is pretty similar, but I found the wine taste to be a little strong. There's also a pretty strong pepper note. Alcohol is really prominent on this. The two year wait would have to help this aspect. Finishes pretty dry...more like a Riesling than Gewurztraminer. This one was kind of odd for me. I'll have to get another one and
play the waiting game.

alkemy, Nov 18, 2010
Photo of tbern007
3.75/5  rDev -0.3%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

A- hazy burnt orange/honey. Thin head with little lacing.
S- sweet, slight hop, mild grape juice smell.
T- initially very strong in the clove department, kind of hefe-like, yeast, wheat, hits quickly but becomes sweet. Citrus/orange and clove are predominant. The grape flavor is like white grape juice so the Muscat and maybe the Gewurz might be noticeable but there isn't as much of a dry white wine flavor as you might expect.
M- very fizzy and carbonated despite the small head. The aftertaste is sweet and good. The strength of the taste is immediate and not lasting. The higher ABV is not noticeable.
D- decent overall. A little different. I don't think it's worth the extra cost. I wonder how different it might be with time, as it is suggested on the bottle, but I doubt I'll find out.

tbern007, Nov 18, 2010
Photo of ryantaussig
3.6/5  rDev -4.3%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

A: Golden pale color, quite typical of the style. The head is less than I expected for the style. Not nearly as large, thick and luxurious as I had hope. Dissipated rather quickly.

S: Spicy notes are most prominent. Plenty of malt and some residual hop character that I might just be imagining.

T: Well balanced levels of sweet malts and spices, bur hops are not present in the flavor so there isn't any balancing bitterness. Lots of grape and candy notes. The alcohol has a slight burn to it

M: Quite thick, but lower on the carbonation than I'd like. The full body leads to a medium finish.

ryantaussig, Nov 18, 2010
Photo of jampics2
3.98/5  rDev +5.9%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

On tap @ the Winking Lizard. I had two pours as the first got the dregs of the keg. This was my first beer for Cleveland Beer Week and it was a great way to kick off the wonderful week of events!

I'm not sure what I think of this beer. I'm waiting until 2012 to rate all the Stone VE's that I've acquired, but I got this one on tap so I wanted to take some notes. It was an interesting drinking experience, but the jury is still out on this purported Belgian Strong Pale Ale that is really a wine/beer in hiding.

The beer is a bright orange color that is murky and foreboding. The second pour was much better looking and brighter. The cloudiness also subsided. There was very little head and poor lace. Not the most attractive beer I've seen.

The smell was where things started to get interesting. Some yeasty esters giving some pepper and clove. Some chamomile comes on strong then lets go just enough for some green grapes to make an appearance, bringing this to a fruity place.

The taste was also very interesting. The chamomile was the first thing I tastes before the sweet malt kicked in. There were spicy notes of coriander and clove. Then the grapes came back in, adding vinous sweetness and almost a lychee note. The aftertaste was sweet Belgian malt, grapes and yeast. Seriously a cool spin on a beer, but does it cross the line into being more of a bine or a weer?

The mouthfeel had significant enough density and the carb had enough sparkle to make this enjoyable. I'm excited to see where this one goes. It's very green right now, but it could be a really unique, killer spin on one of my favorite Belgian genres of beer in two years and two months!

jampics2, Nov 17, 2010
Photo of Onenote81
3.98/5  rDev +5.9%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Grabbed a couple bottles of this, one for now, one in a couple years. I wanted to make sure I knew what this was like fresh before the aged version. 22oz bottle poured into a tall tulip.

Pours a dark, dirty gold. A thin white head tops it off, but disappears quicker than I can say "grape beer." No lace. The nose is definitely giving forth essences of fresh pale grapes, herbal tea, lemon, banana, and yeast. Fresh aromatic bounty.

Nice mouthfeel. Moderate heft; smooth finish with a subtle crispness to it. Flavors start out a bit funky with notes of yeast, sourness. Gives way to a wash of vinous grapes, and lemon zest. The herbal aspect is not as bold in the flavor, but it complements it well in the background. This isn't one of my favorite styles by any means, but this was a treat to drink. Stone really brought the unique qualities together well and made a heck of a beer. Can't wait to see what 2 years does to this one.

Onenote81, Nov 17, 2010
Photo of Docer
3.93/5  rDev +4.5%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

Grabbed a bottle to try. Went in to this not really knowing if I will like it... not a fan of the style.

- Pours an ever so slightly cloudy straw yellow and golden light copper... very little fizzy white head.. leaves a micro-sized ring of foam..

- Slightly stinky grain aroma.. light grape and floral essence... certainly some banana yeast notes.. sweet, zingy, lightly funky... interesting.

- Interesting smooth yet zesty Belgian character.. grapes are present, but don't overpower... they add some bitterness.. freshness... lightly floral, banana yeast all over... grainy, light, and balanced... certainly smooth and hides the alcohol very well.

- Slightly drying and chewy... meaty almost... zesty though to wet the palate.

- Overall very interesting, and certainly can stand out as a good contender in the Triple, strong pale category.. unique.

Docer, Nov 17, 2010
Photo of hopheadjuice
4.18/5  rDev +11.2%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

22 oz. bottle.

Pours a pale almost golden rose with a small fizzy almost non existent white head falling fast and leaving little lace.

Grapes are strong upfront some sweet some more dry and bitter presenting powerful floral characteristics, some clove and fruity esters, definitely a Belgian yeast funk in here too.

As previously mentioned the flavors are a bit muddled but age will do this well. Sweet dry grapes lead the raid on your taste buds, followed by some funky yeast spice and a faint hint of chamomile. All the sweet is slightly balanced by a gentle touch of bittering hops.

Medium bodied slightly slick from the added grape juice mix. Good carbonation. Finishes immensely dry.

I'm not a fan of Belgian styles but this one gives me some hope, maybe its just the grapes but i truly enjoyed this beautiful offering from the brewers at Stone.

hopheadjuice, Nov 17, 2010
Photo of OWSLEY069
3.9/5  rDev +3.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Pours a clean orange-ish to yellow color with an off white head. In the aroma, a hint of dry white grapes and a hint of tartness. In the taste, a small tartness, gingerbread like maltiness and quite white wine like. A smooth and medium bodied mouthfeel, with a dry white wine like aftertaste. Between a white wine and Belgian strong ale, will be nice after a couple years of aging.

OWSLEY069, Nov 16, 2010
Photo of mattgreger
4.13/5  rDev +9.8%
look: 3 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 3.5

This beer poured a dark, but slightly clear golden color. This brew had a small bright white head that faded pretty quickly. It does leave behind some nice lacing as you make it through the glass.

The first nose on this one is all bitter. Not overwhelming, but certianly catches you off guard if you aren't expecting it. There is a tart grape smell that roles from the nose. There some other aroma as well, such as lemon, cherries, and maybe some bananas as well. There is a huge arrey of peppers as well, that role into a hoppy grasses and spices. I think there might even be a touch of floral hops in there as well.

The flavor on this one is kind of muddled a bit. As many expect this brew is meant to age for some time. There is the touch of grapes and the front, some what of a white wine almost. Its followed by the grouping of almost the same aromas from above, with some lemon zest, a touch of cherries and some esters of bananas. The finish does have a nice malty, breadiness at the end that kinda gives it a decent finish. I think, that though this brew is great, it will become amazing over time.

The mouthful on this one is very light, and extremely crisp. The carboniation level is nice, giving this brew a nice tingle on the taste buds. Its followed by a nice warming from the alcohol.

For the drink on this one, it really depends on the drinker. There is quite a bunch that this one would give someone, who isn't normally a belgian strong pale ale drinkier. It is a bitter beer, but I like it. I am definitly going to pick up a few more for storage, and to try through the next two years. Can't wait for 11.11.11.

mattgreger, Nov 15, 2010
Photo of taigor
4.15/5  rDev +10.4%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 5

Poured into 8oz glass.

A - Poured clear golden color with small head that quickly dissipated leaving slight lacing around the glass.

S - Scents of yeast and flowers but nothing much else. Slightly disappointing.

T - Very sweet and bready to start with with nutmeg, banana, and some other fruits and a slightly sweet dry finish.

M - Medium bodied and well carbonated.

D - Excellent strong pale ale, well balanced and abv well masked. I highly recommend it.

taigor, Nov 15, 2010
Photo of fastsrt
4.5/5  rDev +19.7%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 5

22 ounce bottle in a wine glass

A: golden, no head

S: grape, belgan yeast, with a slight sourness that balances out the flavors perfectly. there is is a nice wine note.

T: awesome, this beer is so freaking good. belgian triple with a slight sourness. not typical stone,

M nice carbonation, dry, crisp

D: could drink this stuff all night. this is a must try beer

fastsrt, Nov 15, 2010
Photo of Chincino
3.7/5  rDev -1.6%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

I had this beer on-tap. It poured to be a copper color and their was a small amount of white head that disappeared fast. There was an aroma of grapes. The taste was slightly sweet, but left a bit of a bitter aftertaste. The beer was medium-bodied. It was a beer with good drinkability although I wouldn't recommend having more than one in a sitting.

Chincino, Nov 15, 2010
Stone 10.10.10 Vertical Epic Ale from Stone Brewing Co.
85 out of 100 based on 919 ratings.