Liopard Oir - Lavery Brewing Company
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3.33/5 rDev -13.5%
Bottle into tulip.
Pours straw yellow, hazy, with huge rocky white head that has aggressive retention.
Nose is very citrusy, grass, and a touch catty. Brett is very evident. Get lime peel, prairie grass, and lemon juice.
The flavor displays a malty backbone and belgian yeast strain that showcases saison and light belgian blonde characteristics. Has a soapy nuance that harms the overall flavor profile of the beer. A metallic tinge also comes through and brings this down even more.
Mouthfeel is light and almost watery. Carbonation level is appropriate though.
Overall, just a big fail on the taste. A lingering laundry detergent taste lingers in the palate and makes you want to drink more only to get rid of it for a second. Then it returns.
06-10-2014 00:05:43 | More by MarcWP
4.01/5 rDev +4.2%
22oz bottle poured into a tulip
A: Light yellow, tons of carbonation and even with a slow pour this forms a 2.5 finger head
S: Green apple, wheat, citrus, spice/herbs. Subtle at first, they definitely came out more as the beer warmed up
T: More green apple, citrus (mostly lemon, a hint of lime), wheat, pepper
M: Light bodied, lots of carbonation
O: I can taste the brett on the finish but it's not as prominent as I expected. Overall this is a solid Saison, definitely worth trying. My only gripe is that the label suggests trying it with age but there's no date on the bottle to confirm how young/old it is
03-30-2014 05:41:38 | More by ONUMello
3.84/5 rDev -0.3%
a: Mostly clear, very pale straw color, pours with a very sticky, fluffy white head.
s: Grainy minerals, candy like berry and grape, pithy lemon, and some peppery spice.
t: Candied fruit flavor (fun dip?), lightly sweet earthy grains with a hint of citrus. The finish is minerally with a light lingering funky yeast.
m: Light and airy.
o: Nice table strength, bretty saison.
01-26-2014 19:56:42 | More by DIM
3.46/5 rDev -10.1%
Served in a 3oz glass, part of a six-beer flight at Lavery's brewery.
Appearance - hazy yellow with a half-inch head.
Smell - fruity, like grapes or apples with herbs.
Taste - light and fruity, with herbal notes.
Mouthfeel - lightly carbonated.
Overall - a decent, but weak saison. the beer had a slightly flavorful finish, but lacks identity.
12-28-2013 16:38:10 | More by crc1935
Liopard Oir from Lavery Brewing Company
86 out of 100 based on 112 ratings.