WWB Batch 60 - Crooked Stave Brewery & Taproom
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Reviews by UpToMeBeer:
4.35/5 rDev -0.5%
A zesty, lemony Brett nose with a hint of hops. And the taste.... ahhh, this beer wonderfully blends the trademark Crooked Stave wild ale flavor with hops. I love it when this brewery takes this approach (..then again, I love most anything they do!) A nice dry finish, for a very drinkable beer. I think this beer can attract sour fans and hop-heads, and hopefully expand the horizons for both.
03-19-2014 04:17:16 | More by UpToMeBeer
More User Reviews:
4.53/5 rDev +3.7%
375 mL bottle poured into a snifter.
Appearance - Hazy bright orange. Nice white head that doesn't last.
Smell - Smells herbal, citrusy, lemony. Brett. Interesting for sure. Almost smells dry-hopped.
Taste - Lemony and herbal tang. Very bretty. Bright tanginess. Orange citrus flavor. Really delicious.
Mouthfeel - Light and crisp. Well carbonated.
Overall - I could drink a ton of this. Truly excellent.
03-18-2014 01:00:09 | More by Alieniloquium
4.64/5 rDev +6.2%
375 mL bottle poured into a HF wine glass. Courtesy of Denverbeerdrinker. Served at 50F
A: Coudu straw gold body with a thin 1" head. Tiny bubbles and the head dies quickly. Mild lacing on the glass. Gentle swirling regenerates about 50% of the head.
S: Pale ale all the way. Mild dry hopping and a touvch of earthy funk and lactic sour.Very nice alteration on the style.
T: Sweet, tart, hoppy...what is this? Lemonade, bitter citrus, sweet roasted malt. Elements of lemony funk, barnyard and a touch of wood. Complex, but well balanced. Brett must be lambicus and bruxellensis focused.
M: Light and well carbonated. Clen finish with mild sweetness. It lingers ever so slightly, but the tartness clenses the palate.
O: Amazing example of twisting a classic style. Love this bee. Chad...more please?
06-27-2014 02:42:23 | More by F2brewers
WWB Batch 60 from Crooked Stave Brewery & Taproom
96 out of 100 based on 250 ratings.