Our Turn, Your Turn - Pretty Things Beer & Ale Project
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Ratings: 55 | Reviews: 11 | Display Reviews Only:
Reviews by CrazyDavros:
4.1/5 rDev +7%
Pours hazy orange with a fading head.
Nose shows a floral/fruity note with elderflower and some doughy wheat before a little passion fruit enters.
Similar fruity flavours with some green plant-like floral notes. Very refreshing stuff.
Nice moderately high carbonation.
04-04-2014 03:55:38 | More by CrazyDavros
More User Reviews:
4.05/5 rDev +5.7%
The beer pours very little fluffy head that is about one finger thick. The beer itself is a hazy golden straw yellow. Leaves some very nice lacing.
The smell is dominated by the New Zealand hops with the grain. Also are bits of kiwi and some citrus but those smells tend to be secondary to the grain. The Linden flower makes a small appearance but tends to get easily lost.
The New Zealand hops dominate the buds and taste like oranges on the border of being citrus. Grains are also there but they are not as present as in the smell. The Linden flower has a much stronger presence in the taste than in the smell.
Medium bodied with medium carbonation and a slightly dry finish.
A pretty good collaboration and glad that I managed to get before heading back to Virginia.
08-16-2013 02:45:49 | More by HattedClassic
4.45/5 rDev +16.2%
Poured from a bomber bottle into a tasting glass . Served cool.
Lemon head body and a lacy white head
Wildflower spring morning, citrus, slight patchouli
Lemony grainy and somewhat astringent.
Another delightful beer from pl. great beer for a wide open an often disappointing style. Could afford slightly more carbonation for a wheat beer
09-02-2013 12:08:07 | More by jneiswender
4.1/5 rDev +7%
Not sure how this hasn't been added yet, but I'll take care of that. I was really excited to see how this would come out, collab with Yeastie Boys and looks really interesting. Brewed with Linden flower and Southern Cross kiwi hops.
Pours a nice cream fluffy almost 1 finger head that fades at a med pace with bigger bubbles popping, nice lacing left behind, over a super hazy cloudy wheat orange slight golden orange color.
NOse first impression brings the nice kiwi hops, citrusy fruity and aromatic, with a light earthy New Zealand terroir aroma, a bit of a grassy aroma with that, then the flowery aroma kicks in, light but a nice floral flowery tea like aroma, and a light citrus kick, touch of a mint like aroma as well which is interesting, then into the wheat and light grainy aroma.
taste comes on similarly as the nose did, with the New Zealand hops out front, a nice lemony citrus, with a light grassy terroir like flavor from the kiwi terrain, a bit fruity and plenty flavorful. There is a nice wheat base, little grainy wheat but a bit creamy as well, nice almost chewy like wheat. A mild flowery flavor comes through, almost chamomile like but not quite like that, a flower petal flavor mixes nicely with the kiwi hops and their own grassy earthy terroir flavor. Bitterness is med to mild, nice overall but not too much. Finish is drier but a little sticky, nice bitterness lingering with more New Zealand hops a little lemony and grassy, more floral flower petals lightly linger, and touch of wheat as well.
Mouth is med bod, nice fluffy carb.
Overall pretty interesting, nice combination of flavors, the wheat adds a nice base that doesn't overpower the real flavors of the nice kiwi hops and flowery characters, which all seem to play off each other nicely. Quite enjoyable without being overpowering in any aspect yet still having some balls.
08-11-2013 01:19:56 | More by jlindros
3.53/5 rDev -7.8%
Nearly bright white head. Slow to settle. Lumpy lace as a result. Yellow, light gold color. Hazy.
Creamy, sour and earthy. No wheat, probably closest aroma is similar to a saison. Not attractive to me.
Tastes far better than the smell. Still has an earthy element, but initially I detected some sweetness and was quite surprised by the high bitterness present. Moderate aftertaste timewise. Good body with an ample level of carbonation.
Think saison and you'll be pleased with this one. There are no wheat ale elements.
09-21-2013 01:43:52 | More by smcolw
Our Turn, Your Turn from Pretty Things Beer & Ale Project
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