Collaboration Series: Marrón Acidifié - The Bruery
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4.33/5 rDev +4.1%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5
750ml shared with Klym, bottle courtesy of Chambic (thanks a lot!)
A: Deep earthy red brown with the browns dominating. Real deep maple syrup served cold look. Microfiber bubbles with the texture of algae. A fair amount of cling to the glass, a moderate head leaves small patching on the glass.
S: Deep woody blackberries with a very old wood character. A very fancy deep set dark jam note that forces me to nod in recognition of the beers depth. A craftily contained acidity invites some mild aged raspberries.
T: Wow! Wood infused vintage balsamic vinegars and blackberries. Deep complex wood flavors and berry mashes. Tartness welcomes dark currents. Sweet lime rinds with no citrus acid. Really fancy woody centers almost enter the realm of nuts. Hazelnuts linger amazingly in the end. A fairytale of complexity.
M: A soft but noticeably textural mouth feel. Very clean for the style, not muddiness at all. Mouth feels consistent without any glaring imperfections. Subtly noticed, but deliberate in its air tight consistency. Solid execution yields great results.
O: A great blend of flavors and flavor transitions. Woods go into raw nuts. Vinegars morph to sweet limes. Pretty darn amazing clean flavors. There are a great many "in between flavors" where the transitions collide. Extremely impressive for a collaboration, I think CCB and The Bruery are of hive mind. Will seek this out again.
Serving type: bottle
07-21-2011 04:14:31 | More by Cavery
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