Fuck Art - Let's Dance! - To Øl
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3.64/5 rDev -6.9%
A: Pours a cloudy browny/orange colour with a massive cloud of think mousse like head. Head hangs around forever. Great lacing.
S: Lots of candied orange and lemon zest.
T: Sweet candied orange. Bitter orange peel. Some Belgian yeast spiciness but it's a bit muddy. Lots of alcohol warmth of the finish. Don't really pick up much Brett.
M: Good carb. Fairly sweet finish.
O: Expecting more Brett character. Cool concept.
09-01-2013 01:30:57 | More by Hoptron_3000
3.9/5 rDev -0.3%
I love the brewery,the name,the artwork on label,the spiel on the back and the style which pours a slight hazed golden hue with a fluffy two finger head and some subtle lacing,the smell is red wine,sweet pickles,a touch of funk and ripe fruit,the mouthfeel is medium bodied with perfect moderate carbonation and has tastes firstly of a slight touch of red wine and I mean slight but noticeable and it definitely mellows out the bready Belgian yeast which is usually so dominant in tripels and allows the tastes of peaches,fruit salad and bitter hops to shine more than the yeast character and overall I love this as I Do like my barrel aged brews and this ageing I feel mellows it while still not overtaking it and I had just had to check its ABV as it feels like 5.5% and my only complaint is its price cheers.
08-10-2013 10:34:40 | More by ADZA
4.13/5 rDev +5.6%
According to the bottle, a red wine-barrel aged triple.
A - Dark gold, thick pillowy white head
S - Citrus, strong spices and floral notes
T - Bold, sourish red-wine front, followed by citrus and lots of spices, with a hoppy, slightly woody finish
M - Medium body, lots of soft carbonation
O - Overall a pretty interesting variant on the classic tripel. I wouldn't call this extraordinary, as the wine barrel aging didn't add a whole overall. It gave some interesting extra notes, but not to the same extent as some other barrel aged brews have accomplished.
07-20-2013 20:45:11 | More by freneticamnesic
4.21/5 rDev +7.7%
Poured into a 3 Monts tulip. Pours a light to medium golden amber with a fine three finger cream colored head with great retention and pillowy lacing. Aroma of orange, light lemon, saison yeast, hints of other fresh and tropical fruit, inviting. Flavor is very interesting; starts with mixed fruit, notably orange, grape, pear, and mixed tropicals. More intense lemon develops through a quite bitter finish of tripel spicing, citrus rind and bittering hops as well as buttery oak. Really different and flavorful. Light to medium bodied with peppery carbonation. A very innovative but quite tasty take on the tripel style. The mixture of fruit flavors is outstanding. The finish is very astringent, which is too bed because the earlier mixture of flavors is overwhelmed. However, a spice astringency is expected from tripels and fits the style well. There is nice buttery oak in the finish, which does not reveal the red wine characters, but definitely a great barrel wood element. I really enjoyed this ale and wish I had another for a later day, but it evaporated in my area immediately. I will get it again if I see it.
01-06-2014 04:55:14 | More by LiquidAmber
Fuck Art - Let's Dance! from To Øl
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