Oude Tart With Sour Cherries - The Bruery
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Reviews by wordemupg:
4.23/5 rDev -4.5%
750ml bottle poured into tulip 8/1/14 cheers Adam for sharing
A looks like a glass of root beer, not much for head or lace but lots of bubbles, looks like a slow boiling pot of oil
S brown sugar, faint funk, lots of oak, a hint of vanilla, cherries and raspberries, a hint of vinegar, and some chewing tobacco and the faintest hint of smoke that seems out of place, maybe some sulfur?
T a little more woody earthy notes, lots of fruit and barrel, a little more vinegar, not too far from the nose just a little more intensity
M medium bodied, turns my mouth inside out at first but you get used to the sour bite, a little slick after the fact, with oak and cherry on the finish
O well rounded stuff, more sour then sweet, lots of fruit and barrel, just a hint of funk, easy to drink and zero booze at any point
not sure what the price tag is on this one but I doubt I'd buy it over vintage Rodenbach, I'm glad I tried it for sure but I doubt I'd place it on the top 250 IMO
01-09-2014 03:31:09 | More by wordemupg
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4.35/5 rDev -1.8%
The Bruery RS Initiation Party 2012
A dark brown and cherry red with glowing red edges. Thin half-inch light tan head atop. Pretty.
A powerfully aromatic sour. There's plenty of sweet fruit aromas, particularly cherries and grapes, along with a mellow woody aroma. Very tart nose.
A delicious sour with lots of cherry and wood character. Balanced, sweet, tangy, woody, spicy, then more sweetness. Delicious.
Medium body, lip puckering, no alcohol presence.
An absolutely fantastic sour. Great beer!
04-01-2012 20:07:55 | More by ehammond1
4.72/5 rDev +6.5%
Amazing appearance, looks straight up like supplication with even more redness and grittyness to i, lacking much if any head to it. Great aroma, super sour, oak and vanilla.
Taste, fantastic. Puckering sourness, cherry really comes out in this one. Lots of the cherry sweetness, but the sour to back it up and not make the sweetness bothersome. Great job with the brett, never fades, intense, not the type of wild ale you should probably introduce one too (gf made the keith stone bitter beer face when I gave it to her, thereby making me smile).
Will definitely be looking for this one again and again at Bruery events.
01-19-2011 22:53:38 | More by Beerandraiderfan
4.25/5 rDev -4.1%
Appearance - Dark brown with reddish hues. head quickly dissipates and leaves no lacing at all
Smell - I am getting ready to pucker up as this one just smells tart. Oak and fruit in the end of this beer after the funk leaves
Taste - Goes hand in hand with the smell as this one is quicker a pucker you lips kind of beer. As it warms up the cherries come out a bit more. I get a little oaky flavor as well.
Mouthfeel - Not overly carbonated, but very smooth as it leaves your mouth
Overall - Really glad I got this one in a trade. Wow was it a great flemish
07-14-2014 15:09:19 | More by beatenbyjacks
Oude Tart With Sour Cherries from The Bruery
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