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A Little Sumpin' Wild - Lagunitas Brewing Company

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Ratings: 3,140
Reviews: 918
rAvg: 4.11
pDev: 10.71%
Wants: 150
Gots: 278 | FT: 1
Brewed by:
Lagunitas Brewing Company visit their website
California, United States

Style | ABV
Belgian IPA |  8.80% ABV

Availability: Summer

Notes/Commercial Description:
Fermented with the Westmalle yeast strain

72.51 IBU

(Beer added by: femALEist on 04-28-2010)
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Photo of CaptDavyJones
4.25/5  rDev +3.4%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Poured a clear copper color into a DT snifter from a 22 oz bomber with ABV on the label. No freshness or best-by date.
Decent one finger head which dissipates fairly quickly to a thin persistent film of a head.
Good lacing along the glass as the head dissipates. Steady carbonation, a very nice stream kept bubbling constantly from the base of the snifter.
Interesting aroma; the hops make their presence felt up front, interlaced with sweet fruity esters, citrus/orange and malts.
Taste profile is hop-dominant, but is very well balanced. The hoppiness does not go overboard. The finish is akin to belgian ale's, where the spiciness blended with honey and malts becomes evident.
The taste profile of this ale is truly complex, with the flavors opening up with every sip. Lagunita's have definitely made one delicious belgian strong pale ale.
Coats the palate beautifully, crisp yet creamy mouthfeel.
The drinkability is very good, mainly because the ABV has been masked well.
Definitely worth a try and I have a feeling that this beer will grow on you with every sip.

CaptDavyJones, Jan 08, 2011
Photo of theBubba
4.08/5  rDev -0.7%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Popped the cap off this bomber, took a whiff...nope, you're not gonna like this one, says my nose, even though the smell is quite nice. Too hoppy for you who prefers malt to hops, says my nose. Yeah, most likely I say, not to piss off my nose, who nose me and my tastes for as long as we've been together.

So I pour "Little Sumpin" into a nice short stemmed tall bodied tulip glass and am quite taken by the downy white head that immediately rises. And stays. And the golden hue. Even my nose, which is usually not much moved by visual things is impressed.

So now we taste. Grapefruit, some sweet malt (perhaps a bit too sweet) and a hoppy bitterness after the swallow. And I suspect that long lasting head and lace to the end (my glass is empty and the lace just hangs there) is related to this beers drinkability which is quite good.

I wouldn't buy another because this style is not my favorite, but for those of you who like a bit of hoppiness along with some good body, a really nice appearance in yer glass and a healthy 8.85 ABV at a very decent price, get one if you can.

theBubba, Jan 08, 2011
Photo of VMWhelan
4.33/5  rDev +5.4%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 5

Poured from a 22oz. glass bottle into a Sierra Nevada tumbler.

Pours a nice golden orange with a thin head that leaves some thick residue on the side of the glass as the beer goes down.

Smells fruity right up front (citrus, grapefruit and orange specifically). Also has a bit of spice to it; smells like a Belgian brew.

Taste is pretty much dominated by the hops but there is a little sweetness in there. Ends only slightly spicy. Could be better balanced, though I'm not complaining: this is delicious.

Medium body, creamy and smooth, almost velvety texture.

Drinkability is very high. No noticable alcohol presence in this one, despite the 8.85% ABV. Maybe I'm just used to it, but this goes down very easily. I could easily drink a few of these.

Overall, an excellent beer. Tastes less like a Belgian than it smells, but I really enjoyed this one.

VMWhelan, Jan 06, 2011
Photo of sprucetip
4.1/5  rDev -0.2%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

From notes.

Golden in clarity with striking clarity. Fizzy and fluffy white head hangs out for bit and fades gradually, leaving lacing that will lager wash away.

Spicy, Belgian yeasty, sweet malty and fruity. Warm but doesn't burn. Quite enjoyable. Citrus and other fruit flavors are prominent and backed well by the rich malty sweet body. A touch of caramel, a little alcohol, some light graininess, and restrained bitterness all come into play without throwing it out of balance. Yeasty funk is mild, but is likely the cause of many the other influences described.

Rich full body, thick viscosity, some warming and a clean finish that isn't overly dry.

Really nice brew. Unique and interesting. Well balanced, tasty, and easy drinking.

sprucetip, Jan 06, 2011
Photo of nanertak
4.43/5  rDev +7.8%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Appearance - Pours a strikingly clear golden, 2 fingers head. Retains head very well, looks beautiful.

Nose - Wow. Very complex. Honey, some citrus, lot of esters, mildly herbaceous. Again, beautiful.

Taste - Sweet at first, fading to a citrus zing and some spiciness, then into a pleasant lingering bitterness that persists. Some mild booziness at the end, but the bitterness blends well with it. Very well crafted. As it warms, it's changing quite a bit.

Mouthfeel - Very nice. Lot of zing from the carbonation which really carries the bitterness and spice across. Round, but not cloying.

Drinkability - Yes. Will buy it when I find it. Excellent beer, and very reasonably priced. I'd pick this one over some more "authentic" Belgian beers even if they were the same price.

nanertak, Jan 04, 2011
Photo of 51mmz0rz
4.05/5  rDev -1.5%
look: 5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Poured from a 22oz bottle into a 0.5L Duvel tulip.

A: Golden body, large dense white head with very good retention. Lacing is also great.

S: Fruity hop aromas up front. Maybe catching a little bit of yeasty esters. I thought I smelled vanilla for a second, but I can't catch it again.

T: Hop flavors hit hard up front. Slight, almost fruity, sweetness for a short time mid-palate. Fairly aggressive bitterness on the finish. Occasionally I find the yeast esters and it's a nice surprise, adding to the complexity, but they are hiding.

M: No complaints. Moderate carbonation, and slightly thicker mouthfeel.

D: Very good for the abv, but aggressive hop bitterness is limiting it somewhat.

Very tasty, but I was hoping for a better balance between the yeast and hop flavors.

51mmz0rz, Jan 04, 2011
Photo of teamizm
3.85/5  rDev -6.3%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4.5

Poured into a Duvel tulip.

A - deep straw colored with a huge fluffy head and laces the length of the tulip glass. Beautiful to look at.

S - light fruits, Belgian pale malts, biscuits

T - fruits, honey, read, biscuits, slight hop bitterness on the back end, a little piney. Flavors are a little muted, but as the beer warms up the flavors start to come alive. All the abovementioned flavors are a little more pronounced as the beer warms up.

M - Relatively low carbonation with a smooth mouthfeel. Nothing really stands out, but it also isn't very abrasive.

D - Very very much so. No alcohol burn and it just goes down nice and easy. Great game day beer IMO.

teamizm, Jan 03, 2011
Photo of biegaman
3.88/5  rDev -5.6%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

Its golden-yellow colour has lost its luster and is faded like a tired autumn sun. While it still has a healthy glow, its highlights have dwindled and its sharpness has languished and is, relatively speaking, quite listless. Haziness prevails. All that said, so what? It still looks good to mine eye. And its head is positively Belgian-esque and evidently quite artsy-craftsy.

The bouquet is... indefinite. Possibly a case of too many chefs in the kitchen? There certainly are a lot of players at hand: a motley yeast, bready malts and a (somewhat muted) herbal, piny hoppiness give the nose plenty of options. Light alcohol vapors actually compliment the other components which are, honestly, to some degree underwhelming.

Bready malts are complimented by a honey-nougat-like sweetness while leafy, grapefruit-y hops stay to themselves off in the corner somewhere. The Belgian yeast crowbars itself into the conversation with drying esters and vaguely clove-like phenols. With so many contributors, picking out flavours is like guessing which elevator comes next.

That hoppiness is gruff and scratchy and leaves a croaky bitterness in the throat. No fruitiness is perceived less it's either drenched in pine serum or cloaked in the esters of the alcohol. The Westmalle yeast has definitely made the beer dryer and it - surprisingly not the hops - has last word, imparting that absolutist dryness and yeast character.

Just as there's nothing 'little' about Little Sumpin' Sumpin', there's nothing 'WILD' about Little Sumpin' WILD; the beer is dry, tame and acclimatized. Its alcohol is noted, but housebroken. Its phenols are noted, but submissive. Its bitter hoppiness is noted, but disciplined (and surely short of the 70+ IBUs the brewery claims). This thing's harmless.

If the brewery really wanted 'wild' they'd have been better off with any number of Belgian (or American) yeast strains than Westmalle. I tend to equate 'wild' with funk and tartness and a whole pocketbook of ludicrous descriptors where as I what I know of Westmalle is tradition and precision and a predictable (albeit exceptional) Belgian brew.

Little Sumpin' WILD lacks the vivacity, charm and siren drinkability that Little Sumpin' Sumpin' possesses. It's like a stand-in for that beer and, having paid full price for this bomber, makes me a little disappointed to find out. It wouldn't make any Beer Gone Wild videos, that's for sure. No matter, this bottle was still an unregrettable one night stand.

biegaman, Jan 02, 2011
Photo of Donnie2112
4.38/5  rDev +6.6%
look: 4.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Appearance: Translucent and golden, started with a good inch of sticky, hoppy head that laces the glass on the way down. The carbonation cascades up from all around the glass with rather small bubbles.

smell: light aromas of hops and yeast, has a distinct citrus but not piney smell

taste: Starts off with a bit of malty sweetness that quickly yields to the delicious funky yeast taste and hops that are EXTREMELY well matched to the profile of the beer, American Hops and this wild Euro yeast makes for a smooth combination.

Mouthfeel: Smooth, the carbonation is light and smooth and the beer has a bit of an oily feel to it. Very nice.

This stuff is close to to drinkable, the stuff is very strong and the alcohol isn't nearly as perceivable as you would think in a beer this big.

Donnie2112, Jan 01, 2011
Photo of Ghenna
4.33/5  rDev +5.4%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Pours a golden straw with a billowy white head. Lacing all of the way down my pint glass.

Piney hops in the nose, generic malt sweet, Belgian yeast smell coming behind it.

Taste: [Sweet malt, bitter/dry hops]³, spiced Belgian yeast.

MF: A little sticky, hop dryness lingers on the palate for a fair bit. Not bad, but this beer lets you know that you have just drank it.

This is not a subtle beer, quite the opposite- it is almost inelegant in its presentation- this a brute force of a beer. An atom bomb of flavor with a dryness that lingers on the palate, letting you know whose bitch you are. This is a, to use a film cliche, tour de force beer. It will definitely give the palate a workout, but is well worth the experperience. The willingness to take an awesome beer like Sumpin' Sumpin' and add Belgian yeast to it, to further push the envelope, is why Lagunitas is my favorite brewery.

Ghenna, Dec 31, 2010
Photo of biboergosum
4.23/5  rDev +2.9%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

22oz bottle. Wow, usually I can at least understand the majority of the ramblings on the periphery of Lagunitas' labels - but in this case, I would have to be a brew master or Belgio-phile (?) to comprehend this bomber's explications.

This beer pours a slightly hazy, medium golden hue, with two fingers of foamy, quite creamy eggshell-white head, which leaves some broad chunks of fuzzy patched lace around the glass as it very slowly sinks away.

It smells of sweet and bitter citrus fruit - orange and grapefruit - with an underlying pine astringency, a faint beginner's funk, and mild Belgian sugar and spices - clove and white pepper. The taste is big herbal citrus hops up front, a solid sweet, sugary fruity malt, a touch of earthy barnyard, followed by some spicy, yeasty, leafy bitterness. No real noticeable warming at all.

The carbonation is moderate, and kind of airy at times, the body medium-full in weight, verily smooth, and more than a bit creamy. It finishes still quite sweet, the malt holding strong, with an almost equal fragrant citrus/funky yeast bitterness.

Well, truth in advertising, I can always appreciate - a stock (in a good way) Lagunitas strong ale, leavened by the addition of some old-school monk-yeast. The result: exactly what one would expect - a slightly yeast-tinged (a Westmalle joint, yo), usual suspect hop and malt bomb. An interesting experiment, what with the familiar West Coast eye-opener, melded onto a sudden realization of noble Belgian heritage. Wild, in doubt? 'Wild', indeed.

biboergosum, Dec 31, 2010
Photo of mweso2000
4.55/5  rDev +10.7%
look: 3.5 | smell: 5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Pours a clear golden orange color with very little head to speak of. A thin lace ring stays with the beer throughout the session. The aroma is one of fruit (I swear I smell a cider) yeast and hops. I love the taste of this beer. It has a variety of things going on. Nice sweet fruit taste at the beginning and finishes with a nice amount of hop bitterness and a nice amount of alcohol taste. Medium body with mild carbonation. This is a very drinkable beer for an 8+% ABV. Overall I really enjoy this beer. At $5 for a bomber this is also a great value.

mweso2000, Dec 30, 2010
Photo of jmich24
4.28/5  rDev +4.1%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Fresh to my local store. My guess is less than one month old.

Poured into a Duvel Tulip

A: Clear golden with orange hue. One finger egg white head. Thick sticky lacing.
S: Sweet citrus! Orange and tropical fruits.
T: Great hoppy sweetness to go along with a citrus hop kick. Funky Belgian Yeast is very well played. Touch of booziness as it warms. Taste very much what I expected from the smell.
M: Medium mouthfeel. Finished wet and juicy.
O: This was very good. I think it fits better into the Belgian IPA category.

jmich24, Dec 29, 2010
Photo of stakem
3.88/5  rDev -5.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Review from notes taken on 12/9/10.

Poured into a snifter, this brew appears a very clear orange color with a finger of white foam that is slightly stained yellow and retains quite well. Long leggy patches of lace cling all along the glassware.

The aroma displays plenty of hop character including scents of citrus, minty herbs and pine is the leading character. There is Belgian yeasty notes through the nose like spicy clove and sweet bubblegum. As it warms, the hops seem green and leafy coupled with a seemingly candy-like sweetness. A faint touch of fruit like mango makes it through the back.

The taste of this brew is green leafy hops coupled with a semi-dry fruit like pear mixed with mango upfront. Moderately bitter that clings and lasts on the tongue. A bit of green yeast taste is evident mid-palate. There is an herbal aftertaste that mixes with a light grainy sweetness and a touch of mineral quality in the finish.

Medium bodied brew with a modest level of carbonation. Very drinkable ad well balanced. This is an interesting take on a quasi Belgian ipa. For almost 9% abv it is hidden quite well but the Belgian phenols become increasingly evident as the brew warms.

stakem, Dec 29, 2010
Photo of AzrialLoSt
4.47/5  rDev +8.8%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 5

Purchased a pint on tap at the Raven Cafe in Prescott AZ during happy hour for $4.50.

Appearance: Pours a golden, crystal clear, apple juice like color with fluffy, white, long lasting head that leaves nice sticky lacing on the glass.

Smell: Very tropical fruit esters going on, Guava comes to mind. Bright citrus that blends to the piney hop finish.

Taste: There is a lot going on here. You get a smooth hop bitter, very piney, but also a slightly fruity sweetness from the Westmalle yeast strain. They all play well with the hint of alcohol and warming from the moderately high ABV. Not quite what one would expect from a Belgian strong.

Mouthfeel: Great smooth body and very mild carbonation with only a mild sweet, hoppy linger on the tongue. Has a slight viscosity that almost coats the mouth and throat as it goes down. Quite pleasing.

Drinkability: An amazing beer that is dangerously easy to drink with the almost 9% ABV. Not necessarily the most traditional Belgium strong pale ale but an amazing addition the Lagunitas lineup.

AzrialLoSt, Dec 28, 2010
Photo of 100floods
3.4/5  rDev -17.3%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 3

Apple juice-golden hue with a two finger white head, decent retention. Noticeable hop aroma. Dare I say it wouldn't be a Lagunitas brew without it? Yes, I do. Some yeast aromas, too. Kinda sweet with a more upfront pine-almost-grapefruit aroma. I'm also smelling just a hint of melon. Chewy texture, like a thick Belgian Pale Ale, no strong carbonated presence. There's an interesting play with the hops and the 'wild' aspect of the beer. This beer as some subtle 'funk' to it, for sure, but it's not sour. It's more like a tangerine flavor. It plays with the hops in a curious manner. Burnt-sweet malt flavors, too. There's some hope aftertaste with a sour-sweet finish. Lagunitas has a way with their beers, especially when trying to make things come together. Like I've said in the past, all the right flavors are there, just not always working together. There seems to be a little more team work in this beer, but I'm not in love with the conclusion. Definitely worth a try, just not going back for seconds.

100floods, Dec 28, 2010
Photo of DoubleJ
4.3/5  rDev +4.6%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

How did Lagunitas get their hands on the Westmalle yeast strain? And they're using it in a 72 IBU beer? I don't think of Laguintas when it comes to Belgian styled beer, but they do that hop thing pretty well. I guess that I'm to test the waters alone. On to the beer:

The oversized wine glasss shows a dark golden color with a low, but lace giving head. Aroma weighs more Belgian that American with fruity notes. There's candi sugar, candied apricot, and to keep it honest, a handful of clean hops.

It's sweet and hoppy at the same time. Golden fruit esters are recognized before a wave of hops arrive to make the beer slightly more hoppy than sweet in flavor. The hops add a dimension of pine and tangerine to the standard Belgian character. Despite the style its marked under, this is much more Belgian IPA. As the beer warms up from its slumber from the refrigerator, the beer's flavor gets fruitier, making the beer more addictive. The beer has a medium body to it, and the alcohol is not seen anywhere.

A Little Sumpin' Wild has got it. It's got a good American hop flavor, and it's got the Westmalle yeast to yield sweet flavors from the malt. This is like A Little Sumpin' Extra taking a trip to Belgium. Excellent stuff at a great price; only $4.49 for a bomber at Total Wine.

DoubleJ, Dec 28, 2010
Photo of joemcgrath27
4.28/5  rDev +4.1%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4.5

A - clear golden, tall head with sticky lacing
S - piney and floral with a berry hint, lightly spicy
T - pine and herbal hops, tropical fruit and berry sweetness, light spicy finish
M - decent carbonation, thin with a little bitter tang
D - tasty and light with no hint of the higher ABV, very easy drinking, Lagunitas does it again!

joemcgrath27, Dec 28, 2010
Photo of dickroop
4.47/5  rDev +8.8%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Growler scored at Staples Corner Liquor Store, thanks Jack. Poured golden, clear into my tumbler with a 1-finger "whipped creamy" head. Looks yummy. Smell was floral hoppiness, with a big nose of fruity esters, aroma notes of pear, persimmon, new cut hay... and a pervasive sweetness that hides something.

Taste is big with bitter and sweetness together on the palate, also some musty tones sneak and linger around the edge, with a slightly sour funk that gives it great complexity. Mouthfeel is rich, sticky, full-bodied. Alcohol is well covered, but this is some warmness.

Overall, this is a great brew, highly drinkable, really delicious, but the ABV does come to get you.

dickroop, Dec 27, 2010
Photo of smcolw
4.22/5  rDev +2.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Pours a near-clear gold. Lumpy eggshell white head that leaves a thick ring of lace after each sip.

Fruity (sweet) with a grapefruit hop aroma.

Lots of effervescence on the tongue. Good pale malt start but it fades quickly to a strong hop of black pepper and grapefruit rind. Could easily pass for a Belgian-style IPA. Rich feel to the mouth despite the high carbonation. The finish has a bit of piney hop to it

smcolw, Dec 25, 2010
Photo of CMW
3.6/5  rDev -12.4%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

A - Pours a clear copper color with a half-inch head. Very clear and allows for the viewing of plenty of carbonation. A nice soapy lacing forms as it head runs down the side of the glass.

S - A wide variety of tropical and citrus fruits. Good mixture between fruit notes and hop notes.

T - Citrus flavors remind me of island fruits and these mix pretty well with some hop bitterness. Not exactly what I think of when BSPA comes to mind but still quite good.

M - Carbonation is high and can sting the tongue a little.

D - Pretty easy to drink with its light flavors and enticing flavors.

CMW, Dec 25, 2010
Photo of PorterLambic
2.48/5  rDev -39.7%
look: 3.5 | smell: 2 | taste: 2 | feel: 4 | overall: 3

Pours a light orange, clear with a big, light tan head with really good retention and lace.
Smell is odd for the style, very hippy with a light lemon note. Like standing in a lumber mill, the smell is that medicinal resin note. No malt detected.
Taste is very similar, hops and grapefruit with malt very light and late.
A warming at the swallow and the hops presence drops as fast as the beer down your throat. A relatively full body and a sharp effervescence up front. Aftertaste has some balance but still hop biased.
I suspect this brewer, like a few others (Rogue), hop heavier for the style than I think appropriate. If so, good to know ahead of time. Overall, though, its a good beer if a bit off style.

PorterLambic, Dec 24, 2010
Photo of Doomcifer
4.2/5  rDev +2.2%
look: 4.25 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4

Pours a clear, golden orange color with a nice frothy, white head. Good head retention and lacing. Smells very floral and tropical. Tropical fruits, that certain belgian yeast element is present, citrus, pineapple, tangerine. Damn good. Tastes of more tropical fruits, pineapple, mango, ...belgian yeastiness, more tangerines, orange peel, slight white pepper, so good. I could drink this sweet nectar all night long and hope to remember it.

Doomcifer, Dec 24, 2010
Photo of atsprings
4.25/5  rDev +3.4%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

22oz bottle into a Hopus glass pours a crisp bubbly orange with a nice fluffy off white head that lasts and leaves nice lacing on the glass. Aroma is crisp Earthy citrus hops and a nice kick of Belgian spice in front of sweet biscuit malts. The taste is smooth citrus hops up front with a nice kick of spices, followed by a nice bitter citrus hop finish. The beer is only slightly heavy, with smooth carbonation and mild dryness. This is a very interesting and enjoyable beer from Lagunitas, I hope this becomes at least an annual release.

atsprings, Dec 23, 2010
Photo of GreenCard
3.78/5  rDev -8%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Appearance: golden, sparkling clarity, thick layer of spongey off-white foam, great head retention, lace

Aroma: floral, lemony hop scent with a hint of tropical essence; passion fruit; malt

Flavor: full sugary/candyish sweetness with hints of preserved lemon rinds, floral perfume, grass, and wheat; finishes semisweet with a peach-pit bitterness

Mouthfeel: medium-full body, fluffy texture, spritzy carbonation

Other comments: The "Wild" thing is a little misleading. When I bought it, I thought it would have some wild yeast in it or something.

GreenCard, Dec 23, 2010
A Little Sumpin' Wild from Lagunitas Brewing Company
92 out of 100 based on 3,140 ratings.