Lips Of Faith - La Folie - New Belgium Brewing
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4.26/5 rDev 0%
Poured from bomber into a tulip glass.
A- dark reddish brown with little head that dissipates very quickly. Doesn't look bad, doesn't look amazing.
S- I'm getting tons of apricot and similar fruits. Slight raspberry scent. But I mainly get a sour fuck that makes me pucker my cheeks before I even take a drink.
T- follows the nose very well. Apricots, peach, raspberry. Also getting some woody taste. There is also a dryness in there that sits after the sour makes its first hit. The sourness is pretty good in this beer the funk in it stays with you.
M- super sour. Probably the most sour beer I've had. Intmstantly makes you pucker. The more you drink it the easier it gets though. Medium body as well.
O- a very delicious sour, not my sour but a delicious one. Very glad I got to try this beer.
08-12-2014 00:02:49 | More by mlhyatt
4.28/5 rDev +0.5%
Serving Type: 22 oz bottle poured into a stemmed pilsner (beer tulip) glass (2014 release)
Appearance: Rich, frothy, off-white head of both fine and large bubbles. Dissipates to good, ornate lacing. Clear, deep garnet brown.
Smell: Red wine vinegar, dark fruit, slight yeast and toasted grains. Slightly musty and funky
Taste: Dominantly tart: sour apple, red currant, and vinegar. Some toffee rounds out the body with slight oak tannin in finish.
Mouthfeel: Medium body with nice, prickly carbonation.
Overall: Good tart flavors with some oak character emerging as it warms. Refreshing and smooth, not too complex.
08-09-2014 02:55:20 | More by HipCzech
Lips Of Faith - La Folie from New Belgium Brewing
95 out of 100 based on 2,980 ratings.