Devil Bird (2010) - Lavery Brewing Company
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Ratings: 7 | Reviews: 2 | Display Reviews Only:
3.58/5 rDev -9.4%
Poured out of a liter sized bottle with a resealable top (exacty like the default picture above) and into a goblet this limited local brew pours brown in color. When held up to the light you quickly see that this beer has a pretty good haze to it. Tan colored head stood about two fingers tall following my straight down the middle pour. Head has settled to a thin lace after a few minutes, but the head retention is to be respected.
The aroma smells of mild spices and sweet malts. I'm also detecting the orange blossom honey.
Taste is smooth and refreshing with the spices lending some nice flavors. Almost has a bit of a cola like flavor towards the middle. There's a slight hop bitterness in the finish.
Thin body/mouthfeel for the style....maybe just a bit too thin. Fairly low carbonation level which is fine by me.
I'm sharing this bottle with my brother-in-law, but I could probably polish this off myself if I had to.
Morey's Bottom Line: Great looking bottle. I love that you can re-cap it. A pretty good winter ale especially for such a young brewery. I can easily see myself picking up a bottle every year.
Serving type: bottle
Reviewed on: 12-25-2010 00:43:08
12-15-2011 00:22:49 | More by Morey
4.1/5 rDev +3.8%
Cask/hand pump at UPick6 in Erie PA. Poured an awesome, Hazy/creamy Brown Body, with different layers of foam, all through the glass. Nice Christmas spice flavor, cinnamon , clove. Body is a little thin, but the taste overall makes up for it. A nice balanced Hop/Malt finish...with the spice hanging around too. Wish I could take some home. (Forgot my growler)
12-14-2011 19:55:46 | More by beergod1
Devil Bird (2010) from Lavery Brewing Company
- out of 100 based on 7 ratings.