Hermano - Three Barrel Brewing Co.
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Reviews by ONovoMexicano:
4.11/5 rDev +9.3%
a 12.7 ounce bottle picked up in Pagosa Springs, Colorado. The bottle has one of the toughest wax tops to remove that I've ever dealt with.
The beer pours a pretty amber/copper color, but has almost no head at all, which is discouraging.
The smell is deeply herbal, with hints of rosemary, sagebrush, grass, and some orange peel. The sour yeastiness hits the nose eventually as well. The taste is again, very herbal and earthy, very reminiscent of the high deserts of New Mexico. Sagebrush and other local spices hit the palate before a tart wheatiness, offering a complex offering that very few other beers can offer. This beer is truly like none I've ever had.
As far as it's drinkability, despite the lack of head, the beer is still decently carbonated and is smooth. The tartness is mouth-puckering, but not so much to make the beer difficult to sip. It is really quite easy-drinking.
I love this beer for its unique taste and will have to get much more on future visits to Colorado.
10-20-2013 19:59:10 | More by ONovoMexicano
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