Rosalind - Mystery Brewing Company
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3.8/5 rDev +1.9%
Tap at Good Bottle Co back in February.
Cloudy orange/gold pour. Finger of white head. A small amount of lacing left on the glass.
Aroma, Pretty herbally, some sage and clove. A fair yeasty component.
Taste, Italian spice blend with a nice biscuity malt. Pretty straight forward. Some nice caramel and chocolate like accents as it warms.
Carbonation is right where I like it, not overly rambunctious. Just above light bodied. Only weakness is that is seems a tad watery.
This was my first from these guys, I enjoyed it.
11-18-2013 01:51:10 | More by Bung
4/5 rDev +7.2%
Appearance: The amber liquid arrives capped by a modest head that leaves a few strands behind
Smell: Caramel, pear, white pepper and grass
Taste: Caramel flavors lay down the backbone, with pears and an herbal, slightly grassy, tone developing, in the middle; a hint of tart apple and farmhouse funk builds into the finish
Mouthfeel: Medium body with moderate carbonation
Overall: An interesting saison - maltier than is typical but with a hoppy presence, as well
09-29-2013 20:53:29 | More by brentk56
3.59/5 rDev -3.8%
Sampled from a 22oz bottle purchased at The Beer Dispensary in Apex, NC. No date.
The fill seemed surprisingly low. The beer didn't even make it into the neck. So I marked the level and decided to do some testing after I poured the beer. It turns out that it was short 3/4 oz which is 3.5% of the expected 22oz. That's not huge but that's not a good start.
A - Golden and clear with a moderate head of large white bubbles that dissipate quickly.
S - Nice saison aromas with notes of fruit, funk and bubble gum.
T - Black pepper, fruit and funk. Some hop flavor coming through but little bitterness. Decent flavors but not great. The finish was slightly sweet and more then I like in a saison.
M - A moderate consistency and carbonation.
O - A decent beer but not remarkable. I'll give Mystery another try down the road but I'll check on the fill level first.
11-23-2013 11:40:04 | More by GJ40
Rosalind from Mystery Brewing Company
84 out of 100 based on 16 ratings.