Oude Tart - The Bruery
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Reviews by taylor714914:
3.03/5 rDev -29.2%
Cracked this bottles with a surprisingly forceful psssh of pressure being released. Poured into a tulip glass, it pours with a dark maroon color and a barely there head. Large carbonation bubbles can be seen emanating up through the glass.
The first whiff smells of tart berries, leather, dried tobacco leaves, and a slight red wine vinous quality.
Taste is exactly as the nose leads. A big burst of tartness, followed by the dried fruit (think plums or figs), then a bit of leather, followed by a finish that brings the sour back in and then fades to a tobacco finish. Cold to Warm, the flavors never change. Some drying oak on the back end that merges into the dry mouthfeel.
Slightly over carbonated in my opinion, I think the carbonation almost seems to mute the leather and tobacco, and as the carb is swirled out, those flavors come forward.
Once again, another Bruery offering that I just don’t understand. 20 bucks for a bottle that doesn’t provide complexity as it warms, staying the same few flavors the entire way. I think its more of a 10 dollar bottle, not a 20. A decent beer for a sour fix, but not when its costing you 20 bucks. Grab a Rodenbach Grand Cru for half the price instead.
11-01-2013 18:39:16 | More by taylor714914
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4.4/5 rDev +2.8%
A deep copper beer with good and a few sea monkeys (aka floaters). The head is very long lasting composed of compact, tan bubbles that leave a fine lacing on the glass.
Moderately strong aroma of current, a moderately-light tartness and some leathery, barnyard funk. A low, carmel malt sweetness and moderate dark fruit esters.
A sweet-tart flavor that is far more tart than sweet. There is a a lot of red current flavor along with some dark fruit and caramel malt for flavor. A light oak flavor and touch of leather with only a light sweetness the balance is strongly tart. The finish is medium with fruit flavor after taste.
A medium to medium-full bodied beer with a strong level of carbonation. There is a bit of carbonic bite.
Some of the class Flanders Red flavors of red currents with a sweet-tart balance and low carmel in a supporting malt body. I like that this one is fairly strongly tilted towards the tart and lightly sweet making it an immensely food friendly.
05-03-2014 22:35:33 | More by MadScientist
4.05/5 rDev -5.4%
ahh the Bruery. If anyone tales you lightly in the year 2010, they are just effing high... You have the ability to over perform so consistently in everything you do and this baby right here was no exception.
This most recent release is no different than most of the bruery's recent ventures... freaking dope. The only place I really struggled was in not comparing it to other sours of a similar vein and price tag. If you charge the same amount as a bottle of Consecration, my frugal, 25 year old brain will immediately compare you to it.
The dark cherry was the standout nose, followed closely by oak. The taste was a very similar story and the dry cabernet-esque taste almost vaporized on the back end of the palate (nice). In a blind taste test I dont know if I could tell this beer from LaFolie, which is by no means an insult... I love the hell out of that beer. I just really hoped for a characteristic to grab me by the booboo
01-18-2010 07:04:34 | More by gregmoscetti
4.2/5 rDev -1.9%
A - Pours a murky reddish brown with more than one finger of tan head. Head has very good retention. Surprising for the style.
S - Earthy, funky tartness. Also quite a bit of oak and sour cherry in the nose.
T - Taste also has a significant funkiness to go with the tartness, giving a pretty full-bodied taste. Taste like a 'dirty' Flanders, but in a good way. Very tasty and quite oaky.
M - Medium mouthfeel with a nice earthiness. Finishes dry.
O - Probably the funkiest Flanders red I've had, with only moderate tartness. Still, a very tasty take on the style.
08-12-2012 02:40:02 | More by warnerry
4.33/5 rDev +1.2%
Big thanks to Exiled for sharing this bottle.
The beer pours a hazy red-amber color with a tan head. The aroma is tart cherries with some oak, vanilla and brown sugar. The flavor is tart cherries with some oak. Very drinkable and very dry. Medium mouthfeel and medium carbonation.
07-10-2010 00:53:15 | More by Mora2000
Oude Tart from The Bruery
95 out of 100 based on 1,880 ratings.