Summer 2010 Vintage - Blackberry - Almanac Beer Co.

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Reviews: 48
Hads: 78
rAvg: 3.88
pDev: 13.14%
Wants: 21
Gots: 20 | FT: 0
Brewed by:
Almanac Beer Co. visit their website
California, United States

Style | ABV
Belgian Strong Pale Ale |  8.00% ABV

Availability: Limited (brewed once)

Notes & Commercial Description:
Beer added by: nataku00 on 02-20-2011

This beer is retired; no longer brewed.

Our golden ale reflects a dueling love of classic Belgian ales and American hops. We balance two row barley, pilsner malt and wheat with a touch of Magnum bittering hops added at the beginning of the boil, and a California-sized addition of Citra hops added at the end of the boil. This late hop addition adds a delicate grapefruit-peel aroma. We then age the beer in used oak wine barrels from California wineries with two hundred pounds of fresh Cherokee Blackberries, and another fifty pounds of Marion, Ollalie and Boysen Berries. All of our berries were hand picked at the family owned and operated Sebastopol Berry Farm.

After six months of barrel aging with the fruit, we blended the barrels back together with freshly brewed "base-beer" to reinvigorate the citrusy, hoppy aroma. Blended beer is re-fermented in the bottle to provide a final layer of complexity. Bottle conditioning provides a natural carbonation of superfine bubbles, similar to classic sparkling wines. The finished bottle is alive, and will continue to evolve and change over time, gaining nuance and character for years.
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Photo of Sammy
3.85/5  rDev -0.8%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Interesting and complex creation.Dark coloured body. Yeasty initially, and then bold berry fruity flavour, finishing with abundant merlot tannin flavour, and somewhat drying. The smell did not give away the mystery of the berries. Tremendous range of flavour, best experienced at about room temperature. I could not knock this bomber off myself, but could easily do so with two or three people round a campfire.Thanks Tom. (422 characters)

Photo of UCLABrewN84
3.91/5  rDev +0.8%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Thanks to drewone for sharing this one at jmgrub's birthday tasting.

Bottled 5/29/11. Bottle # 1152.

Pours a murky honey orange with a foamy bone colored head that settles to a film on top of the beer. Small dots of lace form around the glass on the drink down. Smell is of malt, honey, berries, wine, and wood. Taste is much the same with a slightly sour berry flavor on the finish. There is a mild amount of woody bitterness on the palate with each sip. This beer has a good level of carbonation with a crisp mouthfeel. Overall, this is a good beer that is tasty and light. (577 characters)

Photo of Thorpe429
3.53/5  rDev -9%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

Ordered this bottle from Blackwell's. Served in a Mikasa tulip.

Pours a light orange color with a single-finger white head and a bit of lacing as it goes down. The nose brings some light Belgian yeast and a bit of earthy spice plus mild oak and wine. Faint berry presence in the background. Flavor is Belgian yeast and mild fruit. Some spice there as well as light tannins and a mild blackberry character. Not sure everything blends together all that well, and the fruit doesn't really add all that much; it's basically just a tease. Light body and good carbonation. No alcohol. Pretty decent, but not worth the $20 price tag. (627 characters)

Photo of brentk56
3.77/5  rDev -2.8%
look: 4 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 3.75 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 3.75

Bottle No. 344

Appearance: Pours a hazy honey golden color with a modest head that leaves some splashy lace

Smell: Blackberries and wine barrels, with Belgian yeast undertones and a grassy character

Taste: The Belgian yeast character overwhelms the front end (I read somewhere that this was the Duvel strain) with the tart blackberry aspect developing in the middle; after the swallow, the wine barrels add a tannic dryness, with the tartness of the berries bringing up the rear

Mouthfeel: Medium body with moderate carbonation

Overall: There is a lot going on with this beer, almost too much; the yeast strain is a bit too strong for the rest of the flavors and the blackberries might be just a bit too tart without adding enough of their fruit; having tasted some other Almanac beers lately, I think this brewery is coming along from some of the elements that are distracting in this beer (895 characters)

Photo of largadeer
2.36/5  rDev -39.2%
look: 4 | smell: 3 | taste: 2 | feel: 2 | overall: 2

Thanks for sharing this one, Mark.

Cloudy blond body topped by a tall, lasting head that leaves plenty of lacing behind.

Very vinous aroma with a somewhat ambiguous berry undercurrent. The barrel presence is huge, a bit excessive. There's a Belgian ale yeast character beneath the barrel and fruit, lending a slight wild funk and spicy phenols.

A muddled fruit flavor hits the palate first, followed by a shit-ton of oak. Tannic, bitter, astringent, surprisingly a bit boozy too. The fruit has an indistinct, kitchen sink quality to it. Pretty rough mouthfeel, somewhat chalky. Fruitiness lingers throughout. Yeast contributes some phenols and a hint of stonefruit. The astringency really seems to linger and grow on the palate the more you sip on it. I didn't mind the beer at first, but it became difficult to drink after a few ounces. (840 characters)

Photo of mikesgroove
3.68/5  rDev -5.2%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

interesting beer. i have had a couple of these sent to me recently.

Light amber in color and very cloudy. Nice little touch of white on the top as well that reached a heightof around an inch before settling back down.

Light grain aroma with hints of berries and light fruits was welcoming, albeit a touch light for me and came off not like i honestly thought it would. Smooth, mellow, and a bit bland on the taste. Lots of dark berries in the taste tried to cover up a lack of depth and an otherwise slightly bland overall vibe. Still decent feel and a very smooth, easy drinkability.

overall this was not bad at all, i think i was simply hoping for alot more (663 characters)

Photo of womencantsail
3.01/5  rDev -22.4%
look: 4 | smell: 3 | taste: 3 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 2.5

A: The beer pours a hazy golden color with a huge white head. Sort of strange appearance for a beer with blackberries...

S: The nose is intensely grassy with a lot of oak and not all that much blackberry. More than berries, it smells like wine and red grapes. It's quite jammy and very, very sweet.

T: As with the aroma, the flavor is very sweet. There is actually a decent flavor of berries to it, but it's like blackberry jam with wine and oak chips in it. Heavy on the sugar and just cloying overall.

M: Medium bodied with medium to high carbonation.

O: This was not something I'd care to have again. Just really all over the map and unenjoyable. (653 characters)

Photo of mactrail
4.08/5  rDev +5.2%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Fascinatingly weird beer that is full of fruit. The Belgian yeast does come through strongly, but I think the fruit is evident also. Barrel taste may be a bit much, but it all mellows into a slightly sweet but sharp-edged mouthful. Blackberies give an extra acidity that goes with the vanilla and woody flavor. Beautiful tall head on hazy golden amber color and well-laced around the wine glass. Fine and abundant carbonation gives a good mouthfeel.

Another peculiar experiment, but I think it's rather successful. Nothing wrong with a winey, fruity beer with such a pleasant creamy feel to it. (595 characters)

Photo of RblWthACoz
4.13/5  rDev +6.4%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Bottle # 3,444

From the first time I saw the Almanac website, which was my introduction to the brewery, this beer was at the top of my list of ones I hoped and wished I would get to try.

Looks very interesting on the pour. Nose is soft. Flavor seems to have many things coming together and then hitting you at once. I want to say that the variety of berries in this beer creates a somewhat muddled delivery. There is no distinct character showing through over any other. There seems to be a mild funky thing going on so far in the back of this that you have to wonder if it's waiting to make a grander appearance. I will assume that this is from the barrels. Interestingly, I had this in a wine fridge which didn't chill it down to being cold, and after it warmed up it seemed to open a bit and get more interesting.

Overall, this is a pretty good belgian ale. I think that aging this one may produce some interesting characteristics; but who can guess what that may end up being.

Beautiful design on the label too, by the way. (1,033 characters)

Photo of MasterSki
3.7/5  rDev -4.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Thanks to Jason for sharing this one. Served in a Hill Farmstead glass. Didn't jot down the bottle number.

a - A few fingers of white foam settle to a thick cap, leaving a some swatches of lace. Hazed golden body with some visible carbonation.

S - Spicy Belgian yeast - some what farmhouse-esque. Oak, light white wine, bready malts, some nebulous fruit character. I don't find anything screams blackberry here, and I eat blackberries all the time.

T - Taste is a little less exciting. There's some spicy Belgian yeast, light stone fruits, buttery chardonnay oak, and a slightly unexpected astringent finish. Again, not much blackberry.

M - Medium-light body, pleasant carbonation, fairly dry and tannic. Alcohol is perceptible but on par for the listed 8%.

D - Not much blackberry, but otherwise a decent wine-barrel aged Belgian golden. Perhaps a bit over-oaked though. Not something I'd want to drink in large quantities. I noticed later pours were more purple-hued - perhaps the blackberries are separating out? (1,020 characters)

Photo of biegaman
4.13/5  rDev +6.4%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Funny that a beer made with blackberries - and aged in red wine barrels - should turn out to be so orange; this California beer could be an export poster for Florida. Regardless, it's a fairly remarkable looking specimen, with a hard, flashy glow but little actual transparency and a skim, sandy head that is apparently a talented abstract artist at heart.

The barrel has made its mark. Red wine murmurs like a voice in the distance while musty, mildewed wood ruffle the sinuses. Although four different varieties of blackberries were used, there is little to nothing sweet about this aroma - Citra hops, with their screamingly high acidity and lemony citric overtones, is about as close as we get to fruit.

Barrel notes notwithstanding, the aroma first struck me as that of a strong brewed Belgian farmhouse ale - imagine Duvel had a cousin from the countryside. (Note: it turns out they used the Duvel yeast strain.) The intensity in the nose tips you off about its true strength. It is overtly yeasty and has lots of barnyard must. (I don't think berry fruit has any chance up against this kind mustiness.) Its spiciness is peppery enough to make you want to sneeze.

A cross between Belgian golden ale and saison, with moderate alcohol presence and tart sourness, this turns out to have more orange-y and lemon-y citric fruit flavours than it does blackberries. The alcohol is perceived but never tasted, due to industrious carbonation, effervescent spice and a dry, bitter aftertaste. This could surely hold up some time in the right conditions (although I'm not sure ever we'll see more fruit flavour develop).

I love the idea of releasing only seasonal beers brewed with locally sourced fruits, but my two cents: if Almanac Brewing really wanted to make a time capsule of the Sonoma summer, they'd have been wise not to use such a ferocious Belgian yeast strain - 250 pounds of hand-picked blackberries are lost. Aging such a pale beer in red wine barrels was a risky maneuver too, although I'm happy to report that that flavour is only accessory.

Is California just a giant incubator where styles mutate? Despite its uniqueness, I found this beer to be above all a refreshing treat - but a $17 price tag kind of puts just sitting back on a Sunday afternoon and enjoying a few out of the question (for most of us, anyhow). And given that the beer is - despite all the theatrics that went into making it - surprisingly comparable, I'm not even sure I'll bother stocking the cellar with another. (2,509 characters)

Photo of Wasatch
4.12/5  rDev +6.2%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Thanks goes out to dsgolovin for this brew.

750ml
Green Foil
Bottled: 5/29/11
Bottle No.: 143

Poured into a chalice a very nice cloudy golden yellow color, nice carbonation, with a nice one-finger foamy white head, which leaves a huge oil slick in the middle of the glass. The nose is malty, yeast, with some nice slightly blackberries, peppery, licorice notes. The taste is malty, slightly sweet, yeasty, nice little blackberry notes, licorice, lemon, and some pepper notes. Medium Body. This is a very tasty brew, glad to have gotten a chance to try it. Thanks Dave! (570 characters)

Photo of aasher
3.28/5  rDev -15.5%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3 | feel: 3 | overall: 3.5

This bottle was courtesy of BrewerB, thanks Brian! Kudos for hitting another want of mine and helping me knock off a new brewery. I had seen this in the first FT post about it so I looked it up. I was intrigued enough to throw it on my Wants and here we are.

It pours a nice and somewhat cloudy honey gold in color with a one finger frothy white head. It smells of Belgian yeasts, a good amount of spice, light honey, and some ever so slight blackberry syrup. I didn't get any blackberry initially and had to return to it to go on a search. At least you do get some. The flavors are full of spicy Belgian yeasts and alcohol. The alcohol is pretty overbearing. The blackberry is barely present at all. It's so faint that I can't detect if it's artificial or authentic. You have to think about it. For a beer that has blackberry in the name I had hoped it would be detectable. The longer it warms to room temp you do get more blackberry however, but should you ever have wait? It eventually even creeps into the aftertaste. It drinks like the style tends to. Overall this is a beer that fell short of expectations but was slightly intriguing. If this is $20 I would not have purchased it. It doesn't provide anything special or out of the ordinary. Wine barrel, blackberry? Please intensify. (1,290 characters)

Photo of vfgccp
4.16/5  rDev +7.2%
look: 4 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Bottled May 2011, opened May 2013.

A – Bright, opaque, dusty honey body. Fine, bone-white head has ok retention and lace.

S – Sweet honey, banana pudding, mixed berries, vanilla, sweet rice.

T – Sharp acidity. Lemon-lime Gatorade, fermented berries, honey, wheat, touch of oak.

M – Big carbonation on a smooth, medium frame.

O – A few years did this bottle well. Great integration on an excellent flavor profile. Another great beer from Almanac. (460 characters)

Photo of Beerandraiderfan
4/5  rDev +3.1%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Big thanks to cousin Mike for bringing this out Labor Day weekend. Never heard of it at the time, so glad to be in the know now.

Poured a clear light amber color, good 1.5" head, lots of clarity for a beer w/ fruit in it. Aroma was a little bit virgin oak, fruity berryness is minimal, but present, thankfully not funky or horse blanketish. Delivers ample berry flavor, with the slightest tartness. Not a sugary fruit beer, this is high quality.

Belgian yeast is very subdued. Don't let that aspect keep you away from this beer if its not your thing. I was kinda shocked to see it classified as a BSPA. The yeast and hops are not in the driver's seat. (655 characters)

Photo of dgilks
4.47/5  rDev +15.2%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Slightly cloudy golden colour with a big, fluffy white head. Good head retention.

Big, spicy aroma with a light tartness. Moderate berry note. To me, this is like a great dry white wine with a great spiciness.

Smooth, light malt with a big dose of attenuated berry flavour. Plenty of spicy coriander and clove and a pleasant bitter back note. Mild drying tartness.

Medium body with moderately-high carbonation. Really lovely and well suited to the beer.

A really great fruited Belgian ale. The subtle fruit notes and great yeast character combine with the malt in lovely ways. Excellent. (591 characters)

Photo of jrallen34
4.19/5  rDev +8%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Borrrle... Bright golden body, light tan head... Really nice nose of berries, white wine, a touch of oak, really well rounded... The front of the taste is sweet light blackberry syrup with an oak finish, super drinkable, no detection of the abv, a touch (253 characters)

Photo of AgentZero
3.5/5  rDev -9.8%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Thanks to Chris aka spycow for sharing this one.

A - Yellow colored beer, poured with a small, white head that had decent retention and faded to a partial ring.

S - This smells pretty good to begin with. There is some nice tartness and blackberries. The wine barrels give it some added complexity that make for a pretty pleasant aroma.

T - It starts out sweet with a small about of blackberry taste and a little bit of wine. Unfortunately it ends rather harshly, with considerably too much phenolic ethers on the finish, making it not very enjoyable to drink.

M - Syrupy, medium bodied, moderate carbonation.

O - Not great. Smell was pretty promising, but the taste just went south and didn't deliver. They should make another beer. (738 characters)

Photo of popery
3.18/5  rDev -18%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3 | taste: 3.25 | feel: 3 | overall: 3.25

From notes 7/28/11. Draft at Shotwell's Almanac release event. I think I’ll like this beer after some time in the bottle/keg, but it’s a bit muddled for me, now. Some berries in the nose but not enough. The fruit presence is underwhelming and lacks the juicy, jammy quality of better fruit beers. There’s also a light caramel flavor that's probably the strongest single non-barrel note. Some pleasant citric bitterness cuts through the finish but doesn't quite reign in the sweetness. Oddly, it’s also a bit over-tannic for my taste. I’m getting a lot more straight oak than wine from the barrel. There's a musty funkiness, which could develop into complexity but it's not really working here and comes off more chalky than anything. The yeast, hops, fruit and barrel kinda clash, and the beer seems more like a directionless, kitchen-sink offering. Appearance is a dusky orange color with a big white head. Feel is light on carbonation but I'm distracted by the tannic oakiness. As for the style, it's not a great BSPA but I don't think it's trying to be - either way, hard to rate against the style, except for in a vague personal enjoyment scale. I’ll be interested to see how it develops and will revisit this review when I crack open a bottle. (1,260 characters)

Photo of FosterJM
3.97/5  rDev +2.3%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

629th Review on BA
Bottle to small snifter
22oz

Bottled 5/29/11
Bottle #1707

Thanks to Bman1113vr for this one

App- A golden looking brew with a puffy one finger head that dissapaited rapidly and left a subtle amount of cling to it. Was a little tinted with some orange and that brought out a nice sheen to the beer.

Smell- This smell quite tart and tannic like with the hop, zest and blackberries taking center stage. Was a nice aroma just a bit bright and spitzy.

Taste- Taste followed the nose but was a bit unbalanced to the aciditic side. The bubbles of the bottle conditioning add a nice touch to the flavor and complexity of the beer. Very forward with the hoppy zest characteristics.

Mouth- Medium bodied and high carbonated. The bubbles really do a job on your palate and expand what this beer is. Its a nice spritzy rep of the style.

Drink- I am very happy to have had the chance to try this. It was very different from a lot of the beers in the BSPA style or sour or wild ale. It was different and I think the blackberries threw me as a flavor I am not used to. (1,079 characters)

Photo of trxxpaxxs
3.95/5  rDev +1.8%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

Big thanks to stupac2 for this one...
Bottled 5/29/11, Bottle # 79

A: Pours a cloudy yellowish gold/peach/grapefruit with a massive amount of pure white head. The foam takes a bit to settle, and leaves a nice bubbly layer along the surface of the beer. There is a solid amount of lacing to this brew as it drinks.

S The nose is straight up funky and sour. I get a definite hit from the wine barrel aging, as well as a good helping of funky yeast. I also pick up notes of mild grain, big citrus, and some serious alcohol.

T: It's sweet to start with the funk coming on strong right after. The sweetness carries through in the middle, where it mixes with some citrus. The finish is bittersweet, funky, and a bit dry. I really don't get any blackberry at all.

M: Medium bodied beer. It looks light, but there is a good amount of heft to this one. It starts out sweet and cloying, but gets really yeast and funk-i-fied in the middle. The finish is a mix of all of those, and in the end it is a bit dry.

O: Solid beer. I remembered it more fondly the last time I tried it, but it's still a good beer. Now that I have had the opportunity to write down my thoughts, I don't think I'd seek this beer out again. (1,207 characters)

Photo of ngeunit1
4.47/5  rDev +15.2%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

A - Pours a opaque orange color with a bit of red mixed in and a finger of frothy white head atop. The head fades down leaving behind some nice lacing on the glass.

S - Aroma is a nice mix of Belgian elements including yeast and banana with some spices, and the fresh sweetness from the blackberries.

T - Starts off with some yeast flavor followed closely behind by fresh blackberry flavor. Not the sugary syrupy flavor, but the real deal. Through the middle, the spices kick in and the yeast gets a bit stronger. The oak flavor from the barrel also becomes a bit more noticeable. The finish is a mix of sweet blackberries and yeast that lingers nicely.

M - Medium-full bodied with moderate carbonation. Feels smooth and remarkably well balanced. The finish is a perfect mix of sweetness from the blackberries and Belgian elements.

D - Very drinkable. The flavor are all remarkably well balanced between the Belgian Ale base, and the effect of the added blackberries and the oak barrel aging. Really enjoyable beer. (1,019 characters)

Photo of elNopalero
4.1/5  rDev +5.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

I purchased this bottle when it was released. A special occasion beer for a special occasion. And what could be more special than… Wednesday night?. Bottle #2015, bottled on 5/29/2011, poured in its proper glassware and shared on 4/25/2012.

This pours a cloudy golden-straw color with a billowy cap of foam topping it.

I pick up a traditional Belgian golden ale aroma, rounded yeasty esters—but no blackberries. To be honest the aroma isn’t spectacular, which is only to say that I had expected to be amazed by everything about this beer. Did the blackberries fade like hops over the course of a year? Where’d they go?

On the flavor I find an oak presence, almost like a chardonnay feels to me (coming from a non-wine person, admittedly). Only the most nuanced of berry notes remains, and that might be more from the power of suggestion than anything I actually can taste. Hops have faded as well. The beer is effervescent with a dry, gentle body and a finish just to the side of being resiny. No complaints regarding its body or its finish.

I found the beer grew on me as it opened up and devloped. The oak barrel ageing gave it a well-rounded character that I appreciated. While my tasting companion loved this absolutely I am not as enthusiastic about how it came out—but that doesn’t diminish my enthusiasm for the brewers or their process. A mixed review, to be sure. (1,390 characters)

Photo of Hojaminbag
3.78/5  rDev -2.6%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Bottle dated 5/29/11.

Orange colored body with a good bit of haze, and an off-white head. Retention and lacing are both quite good.

Some fruity hops, a little bit of wood and some Belgian yeast. Not really what I expected.

The flavor takes less from the hops than the aroma, but there is still a fairly aggressive grapefruit flavor. Sugary sweetness mixes with a good dose of Belgian yeast that is lightly fruity, with just a touch of peppery flavor. A decent amount of barnyard type flavor mixes in, and the beer is slightly tart also. Wood is also noticeable, and the berries come along with it, but they are quite muted. Overall, it reminds me of a saison.

The carbonation is similar to what a saison should be also; light with lots of bubbles.

Interesting beer, but probably not worth the 18 bucks I paid for it. (821 characters)

Photo of nickd717
4.12/5  rDev +6.2%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

22oz bottle.

Hazy orangish-golden color with a small white head that leaves some lacing on the glass.

The aroma is of blackberries, pepper, honey, oak, red wine, and some farmyard notes.

The flavor is very nice, with a touch of sweetness and a mild tartness. The yeast profile is distinctively Belgian with maybe even a touch of brett, and there is a peppery/spicy character to it. Blackberries are somewhat assertive and there’s just a hint of red wine. Decent oakiness.

Great mouthfeel with lively carbonation and not too much heft to it given the ABV.

This is a nice beer that has evolved in the bottle in the few months since it was released. If you didn’t care for it when it first came out, I recommend giving it a second try. Jesse and Damian are doing great things with this brewery and they’re definitely one to watch. (838 characters)

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Summer 2010 Vintage - Blackberry from Almanac Beer Co.
87 out of 100 based on 48 ratings.