Tart Of Darkness - The Bruery
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4.25/5 rDev +0.7%
Pours a cola color with a fizzy, off-white head that leaves almost no lacing.
Smells of tart fruits and a bit of roasted malts.
Tastes of big tart fruits with some supporting roasted malts. Lemon, sour cherries, sour grapes, and balsamic vinegar lead off. This gives way to a bit of roasted malts with chocolate and coffee. Touches of oak and vanilla come through, but are slight. Finishes with plenty of tangy fruit.
Mouthfeel is medium with a crisp amount of carbonation.
Overall, this is a well done, tart wild ale. If you can come to terms with the price ($20.12 for 750 mL), it is certainly worth trying.
08-28-2014 02:52:33 | More by ocelot2500
4.5/5 rDev +6.6%
Not my usual style. Most interesting beer of the year. Tart is understated, reminiscent of biting into a lemon but not as strong, more like wild cherry tart. Oak aged but subtle. Like Carolina style pork BBQ without the spice. On draft 6 oz glass at White Oak Tavern in Ellicott city, Md. Best sipped
08-28-2014 02:05:48 | More by MDHopster
Tart Of Darkness from The Bruery
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