Lips Of Faith - Tart Lychee - New Belgium Brewing
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4.48/5 rDev +12.8%
Pours a blandish golden color.
I dominantly smell the cinnamon and lychee fruit. It really makes for an even smell, it isn't too sweet, isn't too sour. Maybe the cinnamon is to thank for this?
There is a slight lacing on the top, and its lacing around the edge of the cup. I personally like when it does that, but I also really like when there is a head to a beer that stays for more than a few seconds. This definitely lacked that.
My first sip immediately put a smile on my face! It has a sour forward taste, and a wonderful sweet after taste. That cinnamon really plays a role in this beer, I can feel the cinnamon in my throat, but its not overpowering at all.
It's a great sipper/drinking beer, and I plan on buying another soon! I paid about 7.99 or so for this beer, and I don't regret it! I don't like sour beers too much, and I don't like sweet/fruity beers as much, but I LOVE this one! Thanks!
06-08-2012 06:26:44 | More by Raiden805
4.45/5 rDev +12.1%
Lips of Faith Tart Lychee
On tap at Eureka in San Luis Obispo, CA
Appearance: orange-yellow, small head, and good lacing.
Smell: sweettart sour and a slight fruit.
Taste: lychee, a very nice malt, and a faint sourness.
This is a nice brew that has a mild sourness and nice malts.
06-08-2012 03:05:59 | More by megahurts4
4.44/5 rDev +11.8%
fast fading head with little lacing
sour smell with sweet undertones
taste is sweet then sour...very nicely balanced, i don't taste the cinnamon or anything that makes it sweet but sweetness is there
feel is dry and sour
overall i could drink this beer all day and night long!
01-29-2013 01:25:31 | More by nickthegun12
4.43/5 rDev +11.6%
A- Super cloudy sewer water orange- it's an orange that hints at tints of grey but the tint is closer to roses. Barely any head and all of it disappears almost instantly.
S- Aroma is super strong! Lots of sourness and fruitiness- really intriguing. A little floral with notes of roses and lavender but funky- green apple and pear.
T- Nice creamy tartness. Cider apple vinegar mixed with olive oil or half and half. Bits of bread peaking out here and there but a lot of sour fruit. A little spicy- cinnamon.
M- Puckery but sweet- a good balance between the two.
O- A really nice complex sour I could sip and enjoy for quite a while.
11-18-2011 04:30:56 | More by zdk9
Lips Of Faith - Tart Lychee from New Belgium Brewing
89 out of 100 based on 634 ratings.