Petit Mutant - The Alchemist
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Reviews by 4DAloveofSTOUT:
4.05/5 rDev -0.2%
Tallboy can poured into HF wine stem.
Appearance: Opaque deep red bodied beer with 1 finger of white head with a pink tint. drops down to a thin cap with thick ring around the outside of the glass.
Smell: Intense cherry, cherry piths, and cherry skins. Hint of dusty funk and earthy. So much cherries that the beer smells slightly medicinal like cherry cough drops or cherry cough syrup.
Taste: Mild tartness. Lots of cherry skins and loads of fruity brett are the prominent flavors in this beer. The cherries get slightly medicinal and slightly metallic in the middle of this beer; also getting more sweetness from the cherries than a sourness or tartness. Lots of brett and a hint of cherry flesh in the finish. Wish that this was much more tart.
Mouthfeel: light bodied beer with low almost moderate carbonation. The mouthfeel is really nice, it has a very creamy feel to it. I wish that the carbonation had a little more of that crisp and dryness that most great sours have, but the mouthfeel of this beer is still very impressive. Very sessionable and drinkable brew. Probably my favorite aspect of this beer.
Overall: I would call this a brett beer with cherries. Not really a wild ale in my opinion. Cherries and brett definately are what this beer is all about. Glad that I got to try it, but slightly dissapointed that it wasnt very sour.
03-19-2014 03:59:47 | More by 4DAloveofSTOUT
More User Reviews:
2.51/5 rDev -38.2%
A: Bold, cloudy, ruby red. Very loud carbonation.
S: Musty brett funk, vinegar, and cherry jolly ranchers.
T: The tartness is there but overwhelmed by the artificial-tasting flavor of cherries and a bitter, cough syrup finish. Honestly, this tastes a lot like Robitussin.
M: Not sure if the slight syrupy sensation is there or an artifact of the cough syrup taste.
O: Happy to have tried it, more than happy to never have it again. Given that I traded something quite good for this, I might have to power through this one.
06-13-2014 04:16:31 | More by 01001111
4.34/5 rDev +6.9%
Can - sticky label, from the fridge into an oversize tulip.
Pour is gorgeous, not a word I would typically associate with beer. But this looks like cranberry juice with a thin layer of bubbles and a crispness around the edges.
Sour, dry nose.
Taste is underwhelming compared to the pour but in-line with the aroma; this is crisp, lightly sour with a good fruit presence.
Mouth is light, fizzy up front, almost nothing at the end. The carbonation is very faint, but there is enough to tickle your nose.
Really enjoyed this - missed it at the Brewpub so happy to have a second bite of the apple.
04-22-2014 23:35:00 | More by CooperEllis
4.14/5 rDev +2%
Poured from the can into my HF tulip...
A - Dark red color, decent head that leaves the glass fairly quickly. Pretty good lace retention
S - Huge cherry waft, some sour tartness, grape skin, Belgian yeast, grass
T - Cherry right up front mixed in with a decent amount of lemon acidity
M - Thin feel, high carbonation, a nice bite off the palate
O - I really enjoyed this. The cherries and sour mix well together. It's not quite puckering but gives you just enough. Great job Alchemist!
04-08-2014 23:48:04 | More by rjp217
Petit Mutant from The Alchemist
90 out of 100 based on 231 ratings.