Devotion Ale - The Lost Abbey
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3.78/5 rDev -2.1%
Growler in a pint glass.
A- Hazy yellow-gold color. Big fluffy white cap that settles to a thick film. Heavy patches of lacing.
S- Light malt and light spices. Lemon, tart apple.
T-Fresh white bread, light citrus fruits. Creamy.
M- Tart, funky, tingly. Small bubble carb. Dry tart finish.
O- Quite Belgian-like.
06-10-2014 01:04:28 | More by NiceTaps
3.94/5 rDev +2.1%
Outstanding first impression. Never over your head, finely made and champagne like.
A: Appearance even from a 2 year old bomber is much the best part. Apricot color, hazed, with energetic head and pin point bubbles, and gobs of lace. Like a true belgian.
S: A bit too laid back for me, but very fine and inviting with an original orange/coriander/pepper/lemon rind core. Champagne like. Tingly.
T: More here, at cellar temperature, subtle but refined, layered complexity. Follows the smell with a bit more hay and grassiness mid-palate, and again the white pepper in the finish.
MF: A bit sticky, soapy mouthed, perhaps due to the age or yeast. The only ding. Like a cleaner, crisper ending. Recommend at cellar temp.
Well made of great ingredients.
04-16-2014 01:39:12 | More by Act25
3.75/5 rDev -2.8%
Generous extra from a trade a while back with sarge27. Enjoyed from a lost Abby teku. The bottle had some funk on the to of the bottle by the cork but opened without incident. Brew poured a semi transparent orange with a generous frothy head Anne chunky lacing. Nose is a bit grassy with some fruity highlights of the apple pear family. Taste follows suit a this one is an earthy fruity saison. Easy drinker with prickly carbonation. Not mind blowing, but an enjoyable beverage as the weather starts to show signs of spring.
04-15-2014 21:32:27 | More by cosmicevan
Devotion Ale from The Lost Abbey
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