SoBro - Three Floyds Brewing Co. & Brewpub
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Ratings: 90 | Reviews: 7 | Display Reviews Only:
2.78/5 rDev -19.2%
Thank, you jrallen34...the most hated man on the interwebz!
A - Pours ruby red, off-white colored head, thin collar, wisps.
S - Light vinegar, cherry skins, apples, caramel, metallic batteries in there as well. Not really all that much "Flanders" in this beer for me, but hey, it's an attempt, I guess.
T - No really sour cherries or oak in this beer, all very light. Maybe some subtle tart notes, but more vinegar and balsamic then anything. The metallic notes come out a bit more here then the nose, which I much preferred over the palate. Finish is vinegar and metal combined into one.
M - Light to medium body, lower carbonation, tart dry finish.
O - FFF can do hoppy beers, they can do stouts, and then can do German-style beers. However, they can't do sours...until I try one that's half way decent, I'm sticking to my opinion. Pass.
05-11-2012 14:58:47 | More by Sean9689
2.4/5 rDev -30.2%
Bottle generously shared by Jason. Served in a Captain Lawrence tulip.
A - Attractive two-fingered lightly tan foam settles to some wisps, a thin collar, and a few spots of lace. Hazy plum-colored body.
S - Slightly vegetal, with notes of barbeque sauce, copper, and wet oak. Somewhat understated.
T - Taste is initially quite bland, but finishes with copper and other metallic notes. No alcohol, and not much in the way of malt character either.
M - Medium-low carbonation, medium body, somewhat watery, with a dry finish.
D - This isn't very good. I almost wish it was offensively bad, rather than bland, as it'd give me more party conversation material. A very dull beer with an unpleasant finish. Literally tastes like a homebrewer's first attempt at a sour brown.
04-23-2012 05:27:28 | More by MasterSki
SoBro from Three Floyds Brewing Co. & Brewpub
79 out of 100 based on 90 ratings.