Red Poppy Ale - The Lost Abbey

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Reviews: 554
Hads: 1,815
rAvg: 4.22
pDev: 5.21%
Wants: 564
Gots: 567 | FT: 41
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California, United States

Style | ABV
Flanders Red Ale |  5.50% ABV

Availability: Rotating

Notes & Commercial Description:
Beer added by: BeerBeing on 09-07-2007

Perhaps no country embraces the use of fruit in beers more so than Belgium. Numerous traditional as well as regional specialty ales are infused with every sort of fruit imaginable. In this way, the flavor of the fruit becomes especially prominent.

Red Poppy Ale is a veritable celebration of Sour Cherries in an explosion of aromas and tastes. Brewed from a brown ale base and aged in our oak barrels for over 6 months, this beer is not for the faint of heart.

The Golden Poppy is the state flower of California and the Red Poppy is found in Flanders Fields where our inspiration for this beer comes from.
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Photo of DaveAnderson
4.31/5  rDev +2.1%
look: 4 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.25

Great thanks to st9647v3 for this 375ml bottle.

I have only had a few Lost Abbey beers, but each has given me reason to take this brewery seriously. The bar is set pretty high for this one: I love cherry sours, Lost Abbey, and Flanders reds, and let's face it, the poppy conjures up thoughts of Cantillon.

Poured into a Duvel glass, this is a foamy beast. I probably was a little too vigorous. It's murky and brown, and smells tangy, but not too sharp. I think I smell cherries, but then again, I am expecting them.

On the tongue, it still only hints of cherries, but it is certainly tasty. Even though this has seen 6 months in oak, the oak is restrained. It's quite tart, and really light and satisfying to drink. At 5%, this is one I could drink all day and all night. If I have any criticism, I'd say it's slightly under-carbonated. But that's a tiny quibble. It's a delicious beer. (889 characters)

Photo of Seanniek91
4.82/5  rDev +14.2%
look: 4.25 | smell: 4.75 | taste: 5 | feel: 4.75 | overall: 4.75

My 100th BA review.

Served from a 375ml bottle into a Kriek Belle-Vue tulip. Vintage date is impossible to read.

Appearance- Dark purple/red/tawny color with very quick bubbly off-white head. Hold it up to a light and it's beautiful red.

Smell- Lemon vinegar, oaky vanilla, tart cherys, oaky funk. Beautiful smell. Oak is very prominent.

Taste- Very tart cherry up front soon gives way to vanilla and oak flavors. Mild musty funk comes through lightly. Cherry is prominent throughout. Finish is sweet and sour cherry. Phenomenal.

Mouthfeel- Very carbonated and crisp. Quite sour, but not overly puckering. Really great balance.

Overall- This is a beautiful beer. I wish I could drink this every day. (706 characters)

Photo of Justin_Neff
4.52/5  rDev +7.1%
look: 4.25 | smell: 4.75 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4.5

2012 Bottle poured into a CCB Snifter.

A: Pours a deep reddish body that almost appears brown. Light tan fizzy head with a faint red hue builds up and leaves little lacing, but settles and lasts throughout the duration of the drink. Bright red pieces of sediment float in the ring of head.

S: The smell is dominated by sour, tart cherries. Some funk and hints of oak and citrus. Very nice aroma.

T: Lots of tart cherries to follow the nose. Some citrus and even some white wine grapes. A good amount of oak to balance the sweetness and the funk.

M: Light-Medium body, High carbonation, dry, but a bit more creamy than I would've imagined from the appearance and the style.

O: Very nice balance of sweet, funk, and oak. I really enjoyed this one. I'm curious what a bit of age would do for it - I'll have to try and find a way to wrestle up another bottle. (860 characters)

Photo of yankeepride
4.2/5  rDev -0.5%
look: 2 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.25

I'm pretty new in the world of sours, but this is exactly what I had in mind when I was jonesing for one tonight. I was hoping for a bit more crimson on the pour, because let's face it, I like to be shallow and judge my beer by its looks at first. It was more of a brownish color, with a hint of blood to it. I used a tulip, and it foamed up right away. I had to let it sit to finish the bottle, and as it fell, it left some nasty-looking splotches on my glass. Since the looks didn't quite work out, I had to go after the personality. First off, it just blew sour cherries in my nose, followed by a tart, sour cherry flavor, and then a crisp, satisfying finish of, you guessed it - sour cherries. It wasn't that eye-closing sour, but indeed it was tart. It didn't linger too long, leave too much of a puckering aftertaste, but instead was watery enough to do its thing and then pick up and go home. I genuinely loved this beer, but for the price, I'd only have it again as a gift. (981 characters)

Photo of spoony
3.76/5  rDev -10.9%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 3.75 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.75

From a 375 ml bottle into a tulip.

A-The brew is murky and brownish in color with a ruby hue. There is no head to speak of and no visible bubbles. It is sort of ugly, but not a huge departure from the style.

S-The smell gives up a decent hit of cherries, some prune-flavored malts, some dry oak, a mild tartness and a touch of funk. It is a bit underwhelming compared to other, better examples of the style.

T-The taste tracks the smell with bing cherries, light oak, and pruney malts being the major flavors. The acidity is very mild and, to be honest, could be amped up to better balance the lightly sweet fruit flavors.

M-The beer opens with a quick wave of surprisingly assertive carbonation, but the bubbles fade quickly with a slick, watery finish.

O-As a Flanders ale fan (and on the date of the Tour of Flanders bicycle race, no less), I had hopes for this beer, but I am a bit disappointed. The flavors are not very complex and the missing tartness/acidity really hurt the smell and taste score. On the bright side, the mouthfeel is nice. (1,053 characters)

Photo of Damian
3.69/5  rDev -12.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 3.25 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 3.75

Drank from a corked and caged 12.7 ounces bottle purchased at Liquor World, Cambridge, MA
Vintage 2013
Served in a tulip

Poured a ruddy, crimson-mahogany with a one-plus finger tall crop of rocky, tan colored foam. The head dropped quickly. Spotty drops of lacing stuck along the glass.

The nose was interesting. Super tart with sour cherry notes. Mild funk. Touch of balsamic vinegar. Quite acidic. The acidity was balanced by some brown sugar-like sweetness. Good dose of brett. There was a slight medicinal quality as well.

The flavor profile was sharp and unrefined. Very sour up front. Strong red wine vinegar notes. Perhaps some red wine in the center. Lots of brett. Crisp and very lemony. Pithy lemon rind. Huge oak and tannin flavors on the back end. The beer finished somewhat astringent with an unpleasant mix of tannins, earthy and bitter hops, and light metallic notes.

The mouthfeel was medium bodied with a fine yet aggressive carbonation. The carbonation settled with time and the liquid felt more plush and creamy.

I decided to pop this 2013 vintage of Red Poppy to get as much sour cherry flavor out of it as possible. Unfortunately, the cherry was surprisingly muted, and the overall flavor profile seemed raw and poorly integrated. This was definitely not worth the $18 I paid for my bottle. (1,316 characters)

Photo of MCain04
4.45/5  rDev +5.5%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

375ml bottle for $16, poured into a 10 oz snifter.

A: Dark and opaque with a light tan 1 finger head with modest retention and great lacing.

S: Sour grapes and sour cherries, heavy on the cherries, not too funky, acidity with citrus notes, really nice.

T: Sour grapes and cherries true to the nose, not too heavy on the cherries, can't really pick out any oak notes, fruity sweetness and acidity lingers, very nice but could have emphasized the oak and cherries more.

M: A tad over-carbonated, but smooth and coats the tongue, not too dry not too wet, pretty good.

O: I really enjoyed this, probably wouldn't buy again for the price though. It isn't on the level of Supplication, but it's a good AWA. (705 characters)

Photo of MetalMountainMastiff
4.16/5  rDev -1.4%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 4.25

Poured from bottle into a Tulip.

A. pours a murky brownish red. With a off white head. The head lasted through out drinking.

S. Tart/ cherries. Slight funkyness, yeast smell. Slightly cheese odor.

T. those Tart cherries again!slight vinegar. More tart than sour. slight funky/cheese/yeast, tart finish.

M. Medium, highly carbonated.

O. Has great smells! that carry into the flavor.. Very enjoyable. (404 characters)

Photo of gueuzedreg
4.28/5  rDev +1.4%
look: 4.25 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

If you bought a La Folie and dumped it in a 375ml bottle; and then charged even more for it...well, this is what you would have.

The local liquor store charged $16.99 for this 375ml bottle, right next to it was La Folie 750ml for $16.99.

Wish I would have read my own post before purchase; where is my DeLorean? (313 characters)

Photo of metter98
4.36/5  rDev +3.3%
look: 4 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

A: The beer is very hazy reddish brown in color. It poured with an eighth of a finger high beige head that hardly died down.
S: There are aromas of cherries and oak in the nose.
T: Like the smell, the taste has flavors of cherries with some sourness and tartness but there is also bits of sweetness.
M: It feels light-bodied and slightly tart on the palate with a moderate amount of carbonation.
O: This beer is incredibly easy to drink, especially since it isn't that tart or sour. I really enjoyed this and would definitely try it again. (541 characters)

Photo of dbrauneis
4.37/5  rDev +3.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.25

A: Pours a lightly murky reddish brown in color with some light amounts of visible carbonation and some ruby red highlights. The beer has slightly less than a quarter finger tall dense light tan head that slowly reduces to a thick film covering the entire surface of the beer with a slightly thicker ring at the edges of the glass. Light to moderate amounts of lacing are observed.

S: Light to moderate amounts of sour cherries and tartness with a light amount of oak. Some subtle notes of vinegar.

T: Upfront there is a light amount of caramel sweetness but that is quickly overshadowed by moderate to strong flavors of sour cherries. The beer has a light to moderate amount of tartness with some more subtle notes of oak and vinegar.

M: Light bodied with moderate to heavy amounts of carbonation. Light to moderate amounts of acidic prickliness.

O: Overall this is a really enjoyable beer and is quite easy to drink, especially for the style. Nice amounts of tartness without the over the top tartness/vinousness. Good flavors contributed by the sour cherries and a good amount of complexity. (1,098 characters)

Photo of tut2528
4.51/5  rDev +6.9%
look: 4.25 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.75 | overall: 4.5

big thanks to matttYCE for this one!

2012 Vintage

A: pours a deep cola brown, that created highly carbonated "fizzy" head that quickly dissipated.

S: big sourness, tart cherries and oak right up front and its balance is awesome. some subtle vinegar presence is also noticeable. i also pick up on a caramel and sugary sweetness

T: a massive blast of tart cherries crushes the palate (awesome), big wine like characters from the oak barrel, high acidity, slight barnyard funk, caramel and a dry finish.

M: on the lighter side of medium bodied, the taste buds freak out with each sip causing intense salivation. it leaves a very vinous feel on the palate. high carbonation and dry.

O: Nice flavor profile, great balance, its one hell of a brew, and this will be one that I will most likely seek out int he future. Only wish is that it was in a larger format, because I'm left wanting a second glass (903 characters)

Photo of Treb0R
4.58/5  rDev +8.5%
look: 4.25 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4.75 | feel: 5 | overall: 4.5

Cocoa brown body with hints of red. High carbonation. Cafe ole colored head.

Full of sour black cherries, oak, toasted coconut, very well balanced and complex. Not as sour as one would think before tasting it. Has a bit of funk to it. The aroma is reminiscent of your typical Cali sour ales.

The mouthfeel is on point. Smooth as silk and that high carbonation fizzles away rather quickly after pouring.

I like Supplication a bit more overall, but Red Poppy is a bit more complex. (483 characters)

Photo of GuzzLah
4.36/5  rDev +3.3%
look: 4.25 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4.5

A - pours a hazy dark red- brown with a big flufly tan head and nice lace.

S - very pleasant aroma of Roeselare yeast (barnyard, lacto, pedio) with soft floral hops, bubblegum, cherry and a hint of coconut from the barrel. Not intense, but a pleasure to whiff.

T - like the aroma. It has a nice balance of the typical Flanders flavors and none of them completely trump the others. The sour cherry and lacto stand out a bit. The vinegar character is subdued compared to many Flanders ales, but it's definitely there.

M - medium body and creamy with robust carbonation. It has a nice sour cherry finish that isn't over the top. If Oude Tart is an 8/10 on the sourness scale, then Red Poppy is 6/10.

O - as a Flanders fan, it's hard to find a fault in this beer beyond the $16/12oz. price tag. I'd rate it higher, if it had a little more vinegar in the flavor, but really enjoyed it "as is". There are more assertive Flanders at much lower prices, but this beer made me appreciate balance for the style. If money and variety weren't a consideration, then I'd be glad to drink this quite often. (1,095 characters)

Photo of smakawhat
3.63/5  rDev -14%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.25 | overall: 3.5

Poured from the bottle at Smoke & Barrel as part of the DC bottle share. Bottle brought by mgbhoo much thanks. From notes.

Decent sample pouring brings a light tan caramel body, not much head given, other bigger pours show about the same. Fairly clear and pleasant, not much red hue to it, perhaps a bit bronze.

Nose has a light to moderate funk bent, with an interesting huge clove sweetness. Good hints of chopped wood and splinters. Interesting mix of spice funk and mild sweetness. Good acid bent without being overly tart.

Taste sort of lets down on the palate. Very thin bodied for they style, with out the hinting malt sweetness or depth. Quite wet also, with moderate carbonation , but most surprising is how noticeably grainy tasting this is. Tartness is about expected hinting from the nose without too much acid or extreme vinegar sensations.

It has a very distinct nose and decent sense of what might be coming, but the palate just doesn't deliver, the wet grainy taste is a real disappointment. (1,011 characters)

Photo of maximum12
4/5  rDev -5.2%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Thanks to ATLCarl for this mini-bottle that was double parked on my wants list for a looong time. Sippy-cup size 375ML bottle, split with my wife.

First there's the matter of the cork, which yielded only after it was tortured with a pliers. The pop is convincing. Pour is ruby red held up to the light, much more than it is any kind of brown. Nose is a slash of sour red fruits, red vinegar, sour but not biting. Almost like a toned-down wine. Like.

Red Poppy marches down the vinous path. The cherries are closer to tart than sour, which is good by me. Oak dries this down to the bone, red wine vinegar. But really the DNA on this is simple: sour cherries. Nice to drink down, this ought to come in bigger bottles. Fo sho.

Lovely sour that's just my speed. Very good beer that's damn close to excellent. My wife has proclaimed it her favorite sour ever...which is saying something. (888 characters)

Photo of Bouleboubier
4.44/5  rDev +5.2%
look: 4 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.75 | overall: 4.5

First off, this strikes me immediately as a fruit-ed lambic (and a darn good one) and not a Flemish Red. This is the angle from which I review this.

A: the color of dark cherries, haha! - dead on - brownish-red...only lightly hazy, at first, until dregs were unpreparedly pourn in later (they really should mark on the bottle that it was refermented or on lees - or maybe I should've known)...huge, fizzy, beige head - spongy/foamy/rocky - collapsed rapidly, screaming "infection!"

S: funky, lambic aromas....smells startlingly Belgian...cherry perhaps in there, far in the background

T: tart/sour as heckfire up front, but with a lovely cherry-perfumy-booze and mild, phantomly- chocolaty malt undertone - just super swell....perhaps some woody flavors and rounded-ness and band-aidy phenolics wafting on the edges....essence of cherry lays on the palate long after a healthy sip, nice and mellow

M: has maybe a touch more body than a typical lambic...close, but not quite bone dry, excellent balance between tannic (oaky) roundness and dry tartness...bit of a numbing sensation on the tip on the tongue....slightest tingle

O: wow! fairly impressed. this could easily be mistaken for an authentic Belgian import....they did a fantastic job (surely leaving a little wiggle room for improvement)....the cherries and oak-aging and whatever other special tweaks they did are the x-factor here....probably the most faithful domestic interpretation of a Belgian lambic I've come across (arguably)

on a side note - the name "Red Poppy" seems to conjure up a particular flavor that I didn't find here (lemon poppy seed muffin?!) - has anyone else had a similar thought? (1,668 characters)

Photo of Rainblows
4.34/5  rDev +2.8%
look: 4 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 4.75 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.25

Fresh bottle. Pours an opaque orange brown with only a hint of the red color I expected. A fluffy white head formed in the tulip that lasted without any lacing. Smell is vinegar, funk, oak barrel, cherry. Taste is similar, sour vinegar cherries, funk, vanilla spice and smoothness from the barrels. Very easy to drink for something so sour, great Flanders red. Too bad it's so pricey (383 characters)

Photo of kevanb
3.99/5  rDev -5.5%
look: 4 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 3.75 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4

375ml bottle, Vintage 2012 printed on the bottle, poured into a Lost Abbey Teku.

The beer pours a dark burgundy color, very opaque, touches of ruby when struck by the light, a few bubbles can be seen rising to the top of the glass. Atop the beer is a finger high, bone colored head, light and fizzy that recedes quickly leaving behind a touch of film and no lacing. The aroma is of pungent sour cherry, barnyard funk, woody oak, light vanilla with touches of brown grain lingering behind. Sour cherry hits the tongue straight away, acidic and vinegary, funk, vanilla, dark, sweet grain with some mild funk coming out. There is a nice amount of barrel character on the tongue leaving behind some pleasant oak flavors that also bring out a touch of char. There is potential for a nice pie filling-esque flavor here, but the acidity and vinegar flavors really hurt this beer. The body is very lively, medium to high carbonation that really dances on the tongue, the finish is rather smooth and moderately dry.

Verdict: A good rendition of a Flanders Red from The Lost Abbey. Certainly not their finest work, but this is sure to satisfy anyone who enjoys a sour beer or who loves cherries. (1,188 characters)

Photo of Jonada
4.31/5  rDev +2.1%
look: 4.75 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.25

375ml bottle. Vintage 2013B. Served in a Chimay Goblet

Appearance: Pours a murky reddish brown color with 1 finger of a frothy light tan head. Leaves some very nice lacing.

Smell: Sour cherries, lactic sourness, and vinegar, with some hints of oak and leather

Taste: Similar to the aroma. Sour cherry, vanilla, tart apple, some bready notes, oak, with a slightly bitter finish. Sourness is medium.

Mouthfeel: Medium bodied and moderate carbonation, with a creamy mouthfeel.

Overall: Another winner from Lost Abbey. This one ranks up there as one of the best American takes on a Flanders Red. Price tag is a bit of a deterrent, but still worth picking up a bottle if you can find it. (690 characters)

Photo of ryan1788a5
4.41/5  rDev +4.5%
look: 4 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

375ml bottle poured into a Boulevard chalice.

A: Great clarity, deep ruby red with shades of brown. Two fingers of large-bubbled, sand colored head settles shortly, but can be revived with a strong swirl. A single delicate ring of lacing is all that remains of the receding head.

S: Tart cherry, oak, brown cocoa, brown bread and pie crust. Faint cinnamon and nutmeg spice scents. Acidic smells of lime and green apple. A complex and well-balanced nose, if not a bit understated.

T: Chocolate covered cherries are the dominant flavor profile. Puckering sour taste with token green apple. Acidic. Chocolate truffles and cocoa powder. Touch of bread crust. Caramel. Drying oak accentuates nicely without becoming overbearing. Finishes with sour cherries, drying oak, and bakers chocolate.

M: Stodgy medium body. Extremely creamy and velvety. Very little carbonation. Delightfully smooth. Luscious. This is one of the best mouthfeels I've ever come across in a sour.

O: Truly one of the most creative and well-executed American-made sours. A deft balancing act, and a delight to drink from start to finish. Wort the price of admission if sours are your thing. (1,164 characters)

Photo of dbc5
3.97/5  rDev -5.9%
look: 4.5 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

12.7 ounce corked and cage bottle poured into Southern Tier Pumking Tulip.

A: Pours a brown with ruby highlights. Moderate pour yields about a 1 finger cream colored head. Even after receding, a nice froth sticks around on the top of this beer and laces its way down the glass.

S: Definite cherries, but also picking up a surprising amount of the barrel, a burnt character, and even some caramel. The burnt character is a bit strange and throws me off just a bit. Doesn't smell as sour as I was expecting, might even smell more funky than sour. The nose suggests this might not be as dry as some other sours.

T: Cherries are very present and the sourness is far more apparent on the palate than it is on the nose. Do taste some of the vanilla and even a bit of the caramel that was apparent on the nose at the end of this one. As suspected, not as dry as some other sours. Cherries are the standout in this one.

M: Medium to high carbonation, medium body.

O: A really enjoyable beer, and one of the more cherry forward sours I have had. It really showcases the featured ingredient. I could stand for this one being a slight bit drier on the finish, but that is just my personal preference with sours. (1,208 characters)

Photo of dogfishandi
4.41/5  rDev +4.5%
look: 4 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Thanks to Grant35 for the bottle!

12.7 oz caged and corked bottle at about fridge temp. "Vintage 2012 C" stamped on the neck of the bottle.

Pours out a nice looking, slightly hazy deep red almost brown color. Very nice ruby red al most pink highlights when held to the light. A rather fizzy off white/ light tan colored head that quickly turned itself into a small ring. No lacing.

Big aromas of tart sour cherries. Only a bit of horsey funk, I definatly expected more, a bit of tart apples. Some rich spicey dark malt comes in as it warms. Maybe a bit of wine.

Very nice tart sour pie cherry flavors, lots of acidic sourness takes over the palate. Kind of a rich dark sugar, dark malt flavor, hint of rich oak, and just hints of horsey funk.

This beer is pretty intensely sour. A very tart sour pie cherry sourness really lingers on and on complimented by a high amount of carbonation.

Definatly one of the better examples of the style. Similar to oude tart. Not super funky, but definatly intensely sour and full of bright cherry flavors. (1,049 characters)

Photo of sfprint
3.9/5  rDev -7.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Most expensive beer I've bought to date ($20+tax for a 12.7 oz bottle)

Like a dark schwip schwap, a dark dark brown soda with plenty of fast rising carbonation which sustains the head well,.

Sour cherry soda with something i can't put my finger on. And that something is quite neutral for me, neither wonderful or terrible, yet is the base of the scent

Very sour, cherryish, but also some variation on an orange peel. And of course that thing I can't identify...

It magically adds this weird layer of dryness to the tongue.

Different, quality, but I don't jump for joy. Certainly interesting, but I wouldn't pay that much again for it. (641 characters)

Photo of BilbosNuts
4.45/5  rDev +5.5%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Poured from a 350mL bottle into a tulip glass.

A: Pours a murky, muddy brown color. A frothy, tan colored had sits on top with great retention. An ample amount of carbonation creates a lively appearance.

S: Sour and tart cherries and lots of funk.

T: Identical to the aroma with a blend of sour and tart cherries. A solid souring effect finishes it off.

M: Light to medium bodied with a high amount of carbonation. Definitely has a big puckering effect and leaves a dry finish.

O: This is a solid sour, one of the better ones I've tried. Just solid all around. Highly recommended. (586 characters)

Red Poppy Ale from The Lost Abbey
94 out of 100 based on 554 ratings.