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Carnevale - The Lost Abbey

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650 Ratings
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Ratings: 650
Reviews: 304
rAvg: 3.96
pDev: 9.09%
Wants: 43
Gots: 62 | FT: 1
Brewed by:
The Lost Abbey visit their website
California, United States

Style | ABV
Saison / Farmhouse Ale |  6.50% ABV

Availability: Winter

Notes/Commercial Description:
2008 (first release) does not have brettanomyces.

(Beer added by: seaoflament on 02-12-2008)
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Photo of Ricelikesbeer
3.75/5  rDev -5.3%
look: 3 | smell: 3 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Was excited to see something from Lost Abbey that I haven't had.... probably my favorate brewery. Looks almost like an IPA, and the head doesnt' really stick around that long or leave any lacing. Smell is different.... almost like there is some brett in there. very funky. Taste is weird also, this is a freakshow of a beer. Not really sure what to think. The American hops don't stound out too much. Some sweetness, some funk, and that's about it. Decent, but not quite one I would buy again. It goes down easy enough, but seems like it isnt' any one style, which almost detracts from the taste. An interesting concept, but is a little too weird for me. I love saisons, but this was too different.

Ricelikesbeer, May 18, 2009
Photo of organicbrewer
3.53/5  rDev -10.9%
look: 5 | smell: 3 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

750ml poured into a tulip.

A-Deep Gold. Brilliantly Clear with a big eggshell head. Huge streams of bubble streaming up the glass.

S-Sour dough bread. Mostly funk. The smell is approaching all brett. No hop aroma.

T-Barnyard funk. slightly plasticy phenols. Firm bitterness. Not getting much hop flavor. Last time I had this I guess it was fresher. Would be better with a little less brett (did I just say that) and more hop flavor.

M-Seems fairly dry. Medium carbonation. No alcohol burn or anything.

D- Easy to put away. The Brettiness might start to get old after a while though.

organicbrewer, May 18, 2009
Photo of Haybeerman
4/5  rDev +1%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

A: Lightly clouded straw/gold color. Poured a finger sark white head with an aggressive pour that dissipated to a skim. Ample lacing in fingers down the glass. Decanted continually.

S: Citrus and lemon rind with a slight funky smell in the background. Friuty yeast notes and a hint of pepper.

T: Kind of a sweet/sour tasted with light fruits (like apricot and pineapply) balanced with a sour yeast characterisitic. Big bready malts dominate the middle with the fruity flavors. Peppery spice lingers in the finish which is eventually crisp and dry.

M: Light side of medium body. ammple carbonation. Nice balance of a variety of flavors.

D: Very flavorful and easy to drink with the nice balance.

Haybeerman, May 17, 2009
Photo of yemenmocha
4.33/5  rDev +9.3%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Pours a medium golden hue, some haze, and bright white head. Nose comes across as sour fruit mix and peach juice. On the palate, this is a whopper of a sour ale with pear flavors, some malt sweetness, a pleasant sourness, and some candy sugar sweetness at the end on the finish.

yemenmocha, May 17, 2009
Photo of number1bum
4/5  rDev +1%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Pours a vibrant golden color with only about a half finger of off-white head; pour was vigorous but head was minimal. Keeps a very thin lace with a splash of webbing here and there on the sides. The second pour produced a head with much better staying power and left a lot more stick.

Smell is grassy and herbal with a dash of grain and earth. It has a cooling, minty/menthol sort of quality to it. Also a good deal of spice and some fruit. A whiff of booze sneaks its way in as this warms.

Taste has all the same components as the smell but they're all a bit more subtle. There is a very lightly sweet, bready and slightly grainy base with some toasty and spicy qualities to it. Hops are lending some grassy and herbal flavors and a good dose of earthy bitterness. More spice and herbal leaf flavors in the finish. There is some fruit here as well, lemon zest in particular, but it's mostly hidden behind the spice, grain and herbal/earthy bitterness. At first I was thinking that this seemed a bit bland but the flavors all came out more as it warmed. They remain subtle, but there is plenty of flavor and it's nicely balanced.

Mouthfeel is medium bodied and quite smooth. Carbonation is on the modest side, as evidenced by the weak head. I was expecting it to be a bit drier than it is; it's only slightly dry in the finish.

This is an interesting, very tasty saison. The aroma pops a bit more than the taste, which is more subtle and dominated more by the spicing and hops, but overall I enjoyed this very much. It doesn't rate with my favorite saisons or my favorite LA beers, but it's one I would certainly come back to.

number1bum, May 12, 2009
Photo of vtfan77
3.68/5  rDev -7.1%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3 | overall: 4

A- Slightly hazy, light gold with an ok head owing to an extremely aggressive pour. Leaves good lacing on the sides of the glass, though.

S- Starts out with a nice tart, slightly funky, very Belgian aroma. There are hints of clove and a sort of cheese-like smell. There's also a nice dose of citrusy hops which do a good job of complementing the other aromas.

T- Starts out with a slightly sweet, bready taste. The "Belgian" flavors are there, although somewhat muted compared to the aroma. A touch of clove accents the flavor, as does a slight dose of barnyard funk. A vegetal character comes through from time to time. The hops add a little citrus to the flavor. The finish is dry and only slightly bitter.

M- The carbonation is a little low here. I don't know if that's due to the long trip the beer had to take from California to Virginia or something on the brewery's end. Either way, it definitely hurts the beer in this category, as this is a style that I usually associate with high carbonation. Otherwise it's not bad with a good medium body and enough carbonation to tickle the tongue a little.

D- I have to say that it's quite a drinkable beer. The flavors are good and the alcohol's not too high. The carbonation issue hurts it a little, but not much.

I thought this was a good domestic saison, nothing more. The addition of American hops was a good idea, although I don't believe it did a whole lot in this instance. The main issue here was the carbonation which, admittedly, could have been due to the fact that I had the beer shipped all the way across the country (although I doubt it because I've had other beers shipped from the same place that were fine carbonation-wise). Still, I have to say that this was a good beer. It's probably not worth ordering online and paying for shipping, but if it's available in your area, give it a try. Recommended.

vtfan77, May 08, 2009
Photo of Arbitrator
3.23/5  rDev -18.4%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 2

Chilled bomber into a glass.

A: Pours a cloudy straw-colored gold with translucent yellow edges when held against a lamp. Takes several pours to get into the glass, as the off-white head is an overly energetic and fluffy cap that threatens to overflow. Leaves intricate ivy lacing down the sides.

S: Belgian yeast, some funk, and a strong lemon rind scent that combines tartness with a little bitter sting. A mild hint of pepper.

T: The pepper I detected in the nose sets the initial taste with a little yeasty sourness. That progresses quite nicely into a lemon and pineapple citrus hop mid-taste. The finish continues these fruit notes, but is dominated by a bready malt and pepper again. A light spice lingers into the aftertaste, which is the only deviation from a crisp and clean finish.

M: Light-bodied, but very well carbonated. A good saison.

D: Seems very similar to their other saison, Red Barn. It's not bad at all, but I think I'd go with something else in terms of value.

Arbitrator, May 04, 2009
Photo of farrago
3.83/5  rDev -3.3%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Bone white head of mixed large bubbles to pure froth, moderate lacing, settles quickly into a half finger coating. Cloudy yellow color with some orange for hue depth, healthy glow to it and completely opaque. Slowly works its way up to being very full in the nose, unhurried unfurling of uncooked bread dough, orange and lemon rinds, nutmeg and cinnamon spice, underlying earthiness anchors it, the white fruit palpable but doesn't diverge into distinct parts, ends with suggestions of both white pepper and field wildflowers. Full-bodied, moves like it's still slightly buzzed from the night before and thrown off by the light when the shades are pulled back at 11:00 AM. Hence, the flavors have the same gauziness as the liquid itself, the slabs of lemon and orange, the just out of the oven sourdough bread, the mixed baking spices and flowers need mastication to get working. Carbonation active for what it has to cut through. Nectarine, pineapple, peach, pear fruit a background element. Overall round texture but definitely firms up the focus through the finish.

farrago, May 04, 2009
Photo of mjl21
3.93/5  rDev -0.8%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

2009 edition. 750 ml bottle poured into a Fin du Monde tulip. Comes in at 6.5%.

A-Pours a really nice hazy amber with lots of yellow and orange. Has a big 2 finger white head that slowly recedes to a nice layer of foam. Leaves a lot of nice lace.

S-Belgian yeast is the first that hits my nose. Definite funk in there, similair to alka seltzer, as well as citrus, particularly lemon.

T-The Belgian yeast is the first flavor that hits my tongue followed by some nice bitterness from the hops that is then followed by some nice lemon zip. In the background there are peppery notes and the funk comes out. As I work my way through the bottle there is some lingering tartness as well as some bitterness.

M-It is lighter bodied, crisp, and creamy.

D-Although the body of the beer is on the lighter end, I found myself getting really full as I was working on the second pour. This is one that is best shared.

Overall I really liked this one. Like their Red Barn, I think ther 750 ml is best split due to its filling nature.

mjl21, May 01, 2009
Photo of JohnQVegas
4.38/5  rDev +10.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Bottle into red wine glass, 2009 on label.

Pours a very hazy orangey-gold, some bubbles climbing the edge of the glass, with a nice fluffy finger-and-a-half white cap. Nice stickage.

Nose is spicy, hints of lots of tropical fruit, apricot, and citrus, clean and quite peppery. Hint of farmhouse funk underneath. Really nice nose.

Taste is peppery up front, lightly bitter, very clean. Yeast has a very spicy note to it. Some tropical fruits and lemony citrus come through as well to balance. Really perfectly balanced, there's a lingering off-sweetness that's delicious. Finish is long, peppery, lightly bitter but yet exhales a bready, fruity sweetness. A well crafted Saison is a thing of beauty, and this stands up to the best American examples I've tried.

Mouthfeel is softly but crisply carbonated, a but syrupy. Lip smacking.

Drinkability is, like any great saison, fantastic.

JohnQVegas, Apr 27, 2009
Photo of ckeegan04
4.3/5  rDev +8.6%
look: 5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

A - Tanslucent orange with hints of golden brown at the thicker part of the galss. Big frothy off-white head. Excellent retention and lacing. Tons of carbonation bubbles quickly rising to the top.

S - Spicy and fruity in the nose. A little white pepper, lemon zest, and even a little peach. Some mild citrus notes in addition to the lemon as well. Excellent Belgian aroma.

T - Crisp spiciness initially. A lemon zest linger sunderneath with that standard Belgian yeast tartness. A mid drink sweetness gives way to a light finishing tartness. A very good balance of tastes but nothing truly special. Very good saison though.

M/D - Light and crisp, very well carbonated. Easy drinking. An excellent saison, but nothing exceptional.

ckeegan04, Apr 24, 2009
Photo of younger35
4.05/5  rDev +2.3%
look: 5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Received this brew from 0110x011 in one of our larger trades. I've been sitting on this one for awhile and when I was pulling out beers for Dark Lord Day I stumbled across it. Drank from my Ithaca Excelsior tulip.

Appearance- Pours a fairly clear straw colored yellow with a beautifully fluffy one fingered bright white head. A nice cap and fantastically sticky collar leaves tons and tons of lacing.
Smell- Kind of bright and citrusy which a real sort of mustiness from the yeast (make sense?). Lemon zest and a light bit of ginger mix with some white pepper and clove to really add a nice bit of spiciness. The yeast is indeed earthy with some light hints of banana. A small bit of a grainy undertone is quickly whisked away by a flash of those good ol' American citrus hops.
Taste- Starts with a very light sweetness that is soft and bready. The yeast is slightly spicy with a very light plantain dirtiness. The yeast was more noticeable in the nose than the taste though. Some peach and pear add a tinge of citrus from the hops. Some candied ginger and lemon peel hang around as well and are slightly bitter in the finish.
Mouthfeel- Light crisp feel with a bit of light tingly carbonation.
Drinkability- I kind of feel like I've had this beer before. It has that same sort of yeasty tone that I've had in a lot of Lost Abbey's beers. Now I'm definitely not saying that is a bad thing, it's just that this didn't feel new. Ya know? Anywho, Nancy Negative aside, it's a damned tasty brew that I really enjoyed. Thanks Matt!!

younger35, Apr 22, 2009
Photo of Mebuzzard
3.85/5  rDev -2.8%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

Had this at a party celebrating garlic...i brought it, thinking that it would counteract the smelly flower (or whatever).

A light copper, cloudy color. Second pour looked like a beat egg yolk. Good head, 1 finger, quick swirl brought it around again. OK lacing.

This is a tart beer. Just shy of sour. Starts out as a good farmhouse, semi spicey with clove and coriander. Semi sweet in the middle, and a tart finish. A quick tart, it doesn't last long, which is good. It's just enough to be intriguing and stops short of a Flanders sour.

overall good. Not my thing, but good.

Mebuzzard, Apr 19, 2009
Photo of rwdkosak
3.88/5  rDev -2%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Poured at cellar temp producing a decent head over clouded light gold color. Good amount of lacing that lasted quite a while thoughout the session. Nose was light floral with some sourness though taste had nothing but floral, sweet, belgian yeast scents. Not as complex as was hoped after smell though quite a good beer and though not really a 'session' beer (as stated above), at 6.5% ABV, it's not over-the-top in alcohol and the taste is light enough that it is quite drinkable...if this were on-tap, i'd say i would be happy to order a few of these during an evening. Mouthfeel is good and certainly a solid representation of Belgian/Farmhouse ale.

rwdkosak, Apr 17, 2009
Photo of BedetheVenerable
3.75/5  rDev -5.3%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Presentation: BEAUTIFUL label, corked and caged 750ml bottle, 2009 vintage

Appearance: Beautiful dark hazy golden ale with tiny Champagne-like carbonation and a stark white cap which fades a bit quickly

Smell: Sweet Belgian candy sugar, nice tart fruitiness, a bit of funk, and horse blanket...dead on for the style

Taste: Tart, a bit peppery, highly earthy, funky, with a bit of barnyard. This is pretty tasty overall; I liked it better on its own much more than with the Northern Italian cuisine we served it with, though it was pretty tasty with some crusty bread and Port Salut cheese.

Mouthfeel: Medium bodied and somewhat crisp

Drinkability: Pretty high

Conclusion: This is a nice Saison, which definitely pushes the earthy/funky notes more than the fruit.

BedetheVenerable, Apr 12, 2009
Photo of kasper
3.88/5  rDev -2%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Pours a beautiful, cloudy yellow gold with orange hues towards the center of the glass. Wet and bubbly off-white head makes a brief appearance before fading to a ring with minimal lacing.

Mild aromas of semi-sour, semi sweet citrus -- notably lemon; just a tad of grassy/earthy funkiness from the brett and faint hints of spice that I can't put my finger on. Aromas are comparable to what a fledgeling Beatification may smell like (it looks like a Beatification too).

Flavor is certainly not as sour as the nose may imply. Citrus malt flavors (orange) hit the palate first, followed by a bit of the funkiness from the wild yeast which leads into quite the spicy finish (pepper). There's indeed a crispness to this beer if you consider the spice refreshing, which I honestly do not.

Straight up medium bodied. Smooth and easy drinking with mild carbonation. A tad grainy, but that's to be expected.

First time trying this. I love the nose but spicy finish is almost a bit too much for me and kills the session potential of this beer because I'd seek out something with a tad less spark on the tail end of the sip. It's not bad though, and I would drink it again if it were offered to me.

kasper, Apr 02, 2009
Photo of ArodGetsSick
4.33/5  rDev +9.3%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 5

Poured from bottle in Chimay Chalice.

A: Poured a hazy straw color, even a white ale hue. Poured a nice thin white head, head lasts for a while. Great retention.

S: Smells of citrus notes, some traces of pepper,and freashly picked yeast. Very gentle,but soothing aroma.

T: Taste is quite similar to the scent. Very pleasing lemon taste. Tatse grainy, with a tremendous blend of hops. The traces of pepper give this beer a truely unique character. Extremely refreshing, very enjoyable taste.Can not taste much alcohol.

M: Beer seems to have a thick feel, but at the same time feels very light on the palate. Very smooth. Not much sweetness, with a stint of bitterness. A very enchanting after taste that doesnt last to long.

D: Drinkablitity was a real suprise. I could easily drink the whole bottle in one sitting, very smooth, could even chug if I wanted. 5 on drinkability.

Lost Abbey never fails. If you get your hands on this drink this cold on a hot day. Be greedy don't share.

ArodGetsSick, Mar 28, 2009
Photo of surfer4life
4/5  rDev +1%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 3 | overall: 4

Poured from a 750ml bottle into a pint glass

A - Pours a transparent gold with a fat head and good lacing.

S - Nice lemon smell with banana/clove hints. Pepper comes through big on the end with some alcohol smell. Not your typical smell for this style, but great none the less.

T - Delicious! The pepper from the smell is big in the taste. First off you get the fruity citrus taste, followed by some hop bitterness and a good amount of pepper and perhaps coriander.

M - Light bodies as with most Saisons, however this one lacks a bit of the texture.

D - This one is very drinkable, will drink again.

surfer4life, Mar 28, 2009
Photo of BeachRez
3.85/5  rDev -2.8%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

Received bottle through being a Saint in '08.

The appearance was a cloudy golden color. Decent head.
The smell and taste were mild and not overpowering. Some funkyness...which I kick myself because I am hoping I didn't get this from an earlier tasting. But it made the beer very layered and enjoyable.
This is a good sipper for a warm evening.

BeachRez, Mar 17, 2009
Photo of abfraser
3.88/5  rDev -2%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

A: Pours a hazy golden orange with a nice big frothy white head. Nice lacing.

S: Classic saison aromas. Yeasty and estery. Orange peel, coriander, some earthy muskiness. Sweet overtones.

T/M: Yeasty, lemony, with a nice spiciness. A bit more sugary than other saisons. Has a nice malty/bready finish that lingers nicely. Dry and medium-bodied.

D: Pretty well balanced and drinkable.

Overall, a solid saison. A little too sweet for my tastes, but still a worthwhile pickup.

abfraser, Mar 14, 2009
Photo of Phyl21ca
4/5  rDev +1%
look: 5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

Bottle courtesy of Kegbear: Poured a bright golden yellow color ale with a pure white large foamy head with great retention and perfect lacing. Aroma of European dry hops with light notes of Brett. Aroma of dominated by European hops (Saaz?) with some light bretty notes and some distinctive Belgian malt. Taste is also dominated by some dry hoppy notes with a nice Belgian malt backbone. I didn't notice as much ester as I would have expected but I still quite enjoyed this one. Full body with great carbonation and no alcohol note whatsoever.

Phyl21ca, Mar 13, 2009
Photo of RblWthACoz
4.08/5  rDev +3%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Pours a foggy gold with a quite thin white head. Nose is inky, dough, and some funk. Flavor is citrus themed with quite a bit of dough and spices to match. Quite earthy. Feel is smooth and slightly thin on liquid and carbonation is low. Seems appropriate on all sides. This is a nice saison. Earthy and inky, it's bringing the right levels of funk and flavor.

RblWthACoz, Mar 10, 2009
Photo of RidiculedDisplay
4.43/5  rDev +11.9%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 5 | overall: 5

On-tap at Beachwood BBQ.

Appearance: Pours a cloudy/opaque pear gold orange body, with a huge frothy head, and spot-patterned, consistent lacing. A very nice looking beer in a tulip glass.

Smell: Perfume-like aroma, very lightly on the front end. Hay. This is perhaps the "cleanest" smelling beer I've ever sniffed. White pepper. Brett on the back end, ever-so-faint. Wow, this is going to be something else.

Taste: Brett, orange rind, a very slight metallic taste, alcohol more prevalent here, and spiciness. This just tastes so clean and light, it's like the ultimate session beer for my tastes. However, the alcohol perceptibility and very slight metallicness detract, admittedly.

Mouthfeel: This is one of the best mouthfeels on a beer I've ever experienced. Just, as I've said, clean, clean, clean. Fizzy. Light. Slick. Wonderful beer to drink, it just *feels* good, and not from the ABV.

Drinkability: The most drinkable beer I've ever experienced. I guess this probably has to do with me not being a huge session beer guy, but it just was a great drinking experience - it's infinitely quaffable, you could have ten of them and it would just fly by.

RidiculedDisplay, Mar 10, 2009
Photo of srandycarter
3.95/5  rDev -0.3%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 3.5

A - Very Murky Wheat color, nice fluffy head reduces to ring. Some sticky webbed lacing.

S - All spice in the nose for me. Clove, coriander, pepper accented by some malt.

T - Spicy, a little citrus sour, a little astringent, medicinal band aid kind of note to it. Malt comes through at the end. A little strange but interesting.

M - Creamy, coating, nice carb and finishes clean and balanced.

D - For me, this beer would get tiring pretty quick.

srandycarter, Mar 01, 2009
Photo of BARFLYB
3.88/5  rDev -2%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

750ml caged & corked bottle recieved in trade through Brotherliam. Thanks brother. Poured into a large snifter twice.

A- A distinct pop after releasing the cork, Carnevale pours out a slight golden color with light tan hues towards the edges. Slighty orange in spots. A nice two fingers of loose frothy foam came up and left immediatly. Not much retention at all. This left minimal globs of lace on the glass.

S- LAC has nice scents of earthy hops on top of a bunch of spices. The hops in the nose have held up well from this fairly old bottle. The spices are there with pepper taking the forefront. Some yeasty zest is detected as well. Some sweet malts and a dash of honey. Some fruit such as apple with warming.

T- carnevale is not a in your face type of brew but what flavors are there work together nicely. A lot more focus on the fruit aspect in taste including the apple along with some pineapple. Up next is the spices with the pepper and some clove with hops intermingled. This is followed by some bready malt. Carnevale has a slight sour/tart twang towards the back with some lemon juice and orange. A very solid and put together saison.

M- Starts out somewhat modest with the spice/malt/hops working together, but out of nowhere a surge of tartness invades the mouth. Nothing to over the top though and actually the tartness makes this saison stand out. Carnevale has a nice crispness to it that finishes dry. Medium bodied with slight carbonation make this wonderful.

D- I wish I waited until spring time to drink this as i think it would be more appropriate, but carnevale was staring me down in the cellar. Either way i am glad that I tried this out and would like to try a fairly fresh bottle in the future. At 6.5% the 750ml is the perfect size as I wanted no more & no less, even though I could drink more of this for sure. I really enjoyed the tart aspect of this.

Another one down in my quest to drink all lost abbey's.

BARFLYB, Feb 12, 2009
Carnevale from The Lost Abbey
89 out of 100 based on 650 ratings.