Provisions Series: Salt Of The Earth - The Bruery
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Reviews by jale:
3.9/5 rDev +14.7%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4
Thanks to Jesse for this bottle.
A: Pours a cloudy yellow with huge white head.
S: Tart lemon and a hint of hops
T: Initial lemon followed by salt and a hint of tobacco. Has some underlying tartness. Finish is mild hops. I have had just two others in this style, and this is by far the best tasting one.
M: Light body with great carbonation.
O: Very drinkable for the style.
Serving type: bottle
06-02-2011 20:43:21 | More by jale
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2.63/5 rDev -22.6%
look: 3 | smell: 2.75 | taste: 2.5 | feel: 3 | overall: 2.5
From notes. Poured from a 750 mL bottle into a tulip. Thanks to Dunt for bringing this over and then leaving it in my fridge for a few weeks. No seriously, that was great.
The beer pours a faded golden straw color, mostly transparent with a little bit of haze. A white cap froths up with the initial pour before slowly fading.
Salt of the Earth definitely has a strange nose. There is a light dry malt character that reminds me of a saison, a strong burst of lemon zest, some saltiness, and some vegetal and skunky notes that are not that pleasant.
The flavor starts with a light, dry, crackery malt with a little bit of pepper. A strong lemon tartness is full and strong without being piercing. Some other light fruits are noticeable as well. Toward the end of the sip it definitely turns salty. The salt proves to dry the mouth out further and leave my mouth with milder version of what dying of thirst must be like. There is a mushroom and vegetal flavor that covers the entire sip. The carbonation is slightly crisp, and the beer has a smooth, light body. It is very dry, a sensation that is only accentuated by the saltiness.
Overall this was rough enough that I did not want to finish my glass.
Serving type: bottle
06-19-2013 03:45:12 | More by KickInTheChalice
Provisions Series: Salt Of The Earth from The Bruery
78 out of 100 based on 163 ratings.