Filmishmish - The Bruery
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4.38/5 rDev +4.5%
Notes from May 2012
A - Pours a hazy honey color with one finger of short-lived head. Maintains a collar, but no lacing.
S - Nice tart apricot aroma with a decent funky yeast presence. Some lemon in the aroma.
T - Taste is fantastic. Assertive tartness, but not bracingly sour. Funk presence is somewhat subdued, but apparent throughout. Apricot flavor is also subtle, but very nice and more prominent in the finish. Also a bit of lemon tartness. Very tasty.
M - Mouthfeel is on the lighter end of medium, and quite crisp. A bit of earthy dryness to go with the tart, bitter finish.
O - Very nice. Not Fou Foune, but still very enjoyable and more evidence that apricot should be used in sours more often.
07-20-2012 01:30:49 | More by warnerry
4/5 rDev -4.5%
Thanks to Saucer Sam for sharing this bottle.
The beer pours a light yellow color with a white head. The aroma has some nice apricot notes, as well as some wheat and oak. The flavor is similar. I get some very tart apricot notes as well as some white oak, wheat and biscuit malt. Medium mouthfeel and low to medium carbonation.
11-09-2012 03:41:07 | More by Mora2000
4.29/5 rDev +2.4%
750ml bottle shared with a couple of people. Poured into snifters.
A: Hazy golden peach color. A bit fizzy at first but completely flat after those bubbles dissipate.
S: Bits of oak, lemon, apricot, and apple. Lots of lactic acid and a bit of funkiness at the end. Very nice.
T: Flavor is different. Lots of lactic sourness. Some vinegary/vinous notes. Followed by lemon and apricots (these are a bit subtle though). Dry, oaky finish.
M: Light/medium bodied with light carbonation. Works well in this case though. Ends dry and with some puckering sourness. Very pleasant to drink in this hot weather.
O: This is an excellent beer. It was a big time want of mine, glad I got to try it.
04-17-2013 06:20:37 | More by standardcherry
3.48/5 rDev -16.9%
The Bruery Provisions
Hazed, burnished, dark orange with a very small near-white head. There's not a lot of visible carbonation or head forming, even after a vigorous pour. It leaves small specks and dots of lacing down the glass.
The aroma is a little bit strange and very much unexpected. The combination of funk, simple grain, mild, rotten fruit combine together for something pleasant enough, but this is not a particularly good smelling beer. The funk is slightly dominating and if given this beer blind, I probably wouldn't have guessed this was an apricot beer, though there's definite, obvious citrus.
The flavor is similar, with the funky yeast and grain character leading the way. There's also some bruised apricot flavor, and definite lactic sour presence.
Light to medium bodied with low to moderate carbonation. Certainly drinkable.
A flavorful attempt, but not near the top tier of sours and/or The Bruery's beers.
03-01-2012 23:29:28 | More by ehammond1
4.45/5 rDev +6.2%
Opened a few bottles of this already, the last one at the Solar Eclipse party, was like a scene out of Cheech N Chong in the parking lot. Cloudy peach colored liquid, a flimsy bubbled head, opaque. Aroma of beautiful sour nectarines, they did well. Immediately gives me visions of fou fune & cascade apricot, you know you're about to dive into something that is elite, top tier, top notch, top shelf stuff. Literally made my mouth water. You get that juicyfruit song stuck in your head. Really clean oak barrel addition.
Taste is just like the aroma, oh so nice and juicy, not lacking in the sour not fruit mouthfeel department one bit. Just right. Apricot is plentiful and even months later, seems so fresh. A serious amount of acidity, but its overall meld with everything else going on doesn't make it a distraction. Alcohol is nowhere to be found. Drinks easily, for being really sour and fruity, not sweet. Oak is still bright, fresh and virgin. Its really excellent in its simplicity if you think about it.
I seriously have much less desire to chase fou fune around anymore. As easy as this and Cascade Apricot are now to get, what's the point?
10-17-2012 16:59:47 | More by Beerandraiderfan
3.8/5 rDev -9.3%
Bottle in a snifter
A - Bright orange / apricot color with a good amount of haze from the yeast and peach flesh. There is also a consistent string of carbonation moving upwards that does not seem to end.
S - Sweet peach presence meets white vinegar and lactic acid to make up a balanced nose
T - Bright peach up front that blends in well with sweettarts, lactic acid and white vinegar. The peach also comes up in the end before a whiff of tartness comes thru for a clean finish
M - Good amount of carbonation that gives the beer some zip and bite to it that goes well with the beer's tart flavors
O - A solid peach sour that has a good balance with a sharp white vinegar tartness and a light peach sweetness. The peach more cuts the tartness than a peach sour.
09-08-2013 01:24:15 | More by jeonseh
4.3/5 rDev +2.6%
Review from notes.
A: Pours a slightly hazy golden/orange color with a small white head that reduces quickly and leaves behind very little lacing.
S: Like the aroma quite a bit, nice apricots and oak, slight tartness and a little funk/barnyard.
T: Great apricot, peach, and lemon flavors, nice acidity/sourness to it. There is a little bit of oak that comes out, more as it warms. Really nice citrus flavors all around.
M: Medium bodied and crisp, nice level of pucker.
O: Very impressed with this wild. Probably the best beer I had during this tasting. Great flavor profile, one of the better sours I have had from The Bruery.
03-20-2012 20:11:26 | More by mdaschaf
Filmishmish from The Bruery
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