4 Calling Birds - The Bruery
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Ratings: 528 | Reviews: 188 | Display Reviews Only:
4.8/5 rDev +26.3%
A: Pours black with a thin tan head. Laces slightly. Pours with some carbonation.
S: Sweet malts, cinnamon spices, sugar.
T: Smooth caramel and molasses. So much malt and sugar sweetness.
M: It has some body, silky smooth going down.
O: For a Belgian Strong Dark Ale this is exactly what I want. I'm confused why this beer is only a B.
12-17-2011 22:22:43 | More by nrpellegrini
4.65/5 rDev +22.4%
A - strong pour results in jet black body, and two finger, slightly tan head decent retention and lacing
S - all the different spices, but I cannot distinguish them
T - delicious, again i cannot distinguish the different spices, but they are amazing
M - very smooth and creamy, very easy to drink
O - amazing beer, i love everything about it
11-22-2011 02:58:33 | More by vicsju1991
4.63/5 rDev +21.8%
Served on tap at the Elliott Bay Pizza & Pub in Mill Creek in a Duvel tulip.
Appearance is dark brown smallish head.
Take a basic Belgian Strong Dark Ale and spice it up for the holidays and you have 4 Calling Birds. Ginger on the nose and ginger in the taste. Sweet. Very sweet in the aftertaste that makes you aware of the upcoming holidays whether you're ready or not.
A fantastic job in my opinion. A great seasonal that blows your typical winter warmer away.
By the way, the 11% ABV is well hidden so be careful with this one.
11-01-2011 00:43:54 | More by NWer
4 Calling Birds from The Bruery
86 out of 100 based on 528 ratings.