Dépuceleuse - Avery Brewing Company

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BA SCORE
88
very good

232 Ratings
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very good

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Ratings: 232
Reviews: 151
rAvg: 3.95
pDev: 11.65%
Wants: 57
Gots: 57 | FT: 3
Brewed by:
Avery Brewing Company visit their website
Colorado, United States

Style | ABV
American Wild Ale |  9.73% ABV

Availability: Limited (brewed once)

Notes/Commercial Description:
This beer is retired; no longer brewed.

No notes at this time.

(Beer added by: rye726 on 04-05-2010)
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Photo of pzrhsau
4.18/5  rDev +5.8%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

A: A very rich amber burgundy color with a decent caramel head.
S: A very deep aroma of dark cherry and oak or what could almost be cherry pits.
T: A sour note to start but the wood really dries the flavor out. It has a wine characteristic that is definitely more bitter and less sugary.
D/M: Very rich and not too carbonated. Very good beer to sip but hard to have a lot of these.

Photo of wagenvolks
3.95/5  rDev 0%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

12oz into a Corsendonk tulip (bottled Mar 31 2010).

Given the hefty ABV, I really can't fault the speed at which the manila-golden head recedes. Lots of carbonation rising up from the middle of the laser-etched bottom, but all that persists is a ring of foam. The body of Dépuceleuse, on the other hand, is gorgeous, with a rosy, burnt copper hue that transitions to vibrant tangerine at the edges. Lots of tannic, wooden funk in the nose--the barrels are strong in this one. Maraschino cherries add a touch of sweetness to balance the Brett, and the malts give off a bit of caramel and nuttiness.

Bretty yeast funk and tart cherries hit the roof and sides of the mouth, invigorated by an uppity carbonation level. Under-ripened raspberries and green, vinous Zinfandel barrels zap the back of the palate with a bit of tart sourness. A bit too dry on the finish for my liking, but the bubbles and tartness work well together, and the alcohol is well-hidden. Complex, but light enough in body to remain drinkable. Nice job, Avery...a rare treat, but unfortunately not the most wallet-friendly Wild Ale.

Photo of breakchair
3.88/5  rDev -1.8%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

This one pours brownish-red with not much head. What head there is is thin and dissipates quickly.

You'll smell fruit, cherries, and a bit of mustiness. Also a bit of wine.

There's not much carbonation, and the mouthfeel is thick up front with a thin finish. The taste is not nearly as sour as it smells (I was hoping for more sour), although it's extremely drinkable with a dry finish.

Photo of Beerenauslese
4.72/5  rDev +19.5%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Bottled March 31, 2010, 9.59% ABV.

Pours a clear reddish brown into my Lindemans flute glass, with a small head that dissipates to a fine ring of bubbles. Not much lacing (bubbles slide down to the brew).

Aromas of cherries, zinfandel, funk, alcohol.

Tastes of dark red cherries and zinfandel grapes. A touch of sweetness gives a note of grape/cherry jam. Brett is really a sub-theme and is not very sour. Also taste some nice wood and vanilla notes. Ends with a funky grapeskin bitterness that is quite pleasant and unusual, sort of what you might get in a brut pinot noir champagne. There is little noticeable alcohol presence, and it is hard not to quaff this one down.

Body is light, with crisp carbonation, providing a champagne mouthfeel.

This is a very drinkable, champagne like beer (and better than many champagnes). A highly refined expression of malt and barrel maturation, this is a notable contribution to the craft.

Photo of mcallister
4.33/5  rDev +9.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Ruby red colored with a small white head that fades almost instantaneously into a wave of magma looking bubbles.

Aromas of cherry, brett, red licorice, hints of wood, and a slight funk.

What a nice beer. Good carbonation with very wine like flavors. Red cherry, raspberry, juicy fruits, thick almost syrupy middle. The zinfandel flavors and wood from the zin cask really put a great mark and flavor on this. Slight brett characteristics and a bit sour. Just a fabulous easy drinking sour.

Photo of drabmuh
3.95/5  rDev 0%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

Bottled Mar 31, 2010 -- maybe I should have let this sit for a little bit, oh well. Someone BM me and tell me how to pronounce this beer.

Poured into a tulip. Beer is hazy and kind of red. Forms an offwhite head that breaks, carbonation is low and steady, small bubbles. No lacing, that's OK. Let's move on.

Oaky, musky, acetic, slight bite....OK one more time....some berries, sweetness, tart notes. There is an off aroma, almost plasticy.

First, its dry. Some fruit flavors like grapes, woody in the back. There is some hop bitterness in this beer. I was not expecting that. Forward flavors are not that sour, there is some tartness in the back. I wonder if I let this sit for a year or two if the acetic would pop up. Now I'll never know. Its thin and finishes dry. Its OK.

Photo of cbutova
4/5  rDev +1.3%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

A- Pours out peach orange-red with a pinky sized head that has decent retention. Nice color and the head reminds me of many lambics, wilds and barrel aged ales. No lacing is kind of disappointing but also reminiscent of lambics. Suds are sticky and there is some cloudy floaties moving around in this one.

S- Lots of cherry up front. Viney notes are highly prevalent as well. The yeast adds some funk in the background, where the zinfandel is also present. You can tell it will be a bit sour from the nose. I like the blend of these elements but it could use a bit of strength.

T- Lots of cherry again and a decent amount of sour. Some funk. It is a very fruity beer that is not aggressive at all. The viney, wine, zinfandel notes come in a bit later. Some bitterness and tart feeling on the tongue.

MF- Like a lambic with high carbonation and light body. The body is a bit oily and pretty warm from the high ABV. A coat of tart cherry zinfandel stays on the palate.

DB- Price was steep but it sounds like an expensive, long stored ale to produce. The high ABV is very surprising and hidden in taste but present in warmth. Seems like a very strong kriek with low sour and wine notes from zinfandel. Nice experiment, will try the next Avery barrel aged ale.

Photo of AleWatcher
4.13/5  rDev +4.6%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 5

I got this from one of the best trading partners a Ba could hope for- 2DogBrew. Thanks Russ! The box today probably is the 20th one to be sent from one of us to the other, and here's to 20 more!

Bottled March 31st, 2010. Trying about 6 weeks after bottling.

So I poured this into my Bell's tulip glass, and immediately said to myself- "I hope Russ sends more of this one!" This is a cherry colored reddish pink with a pinkish hued white head that was gone quite quickly. No lacing, and little signs of carbonation.

I get big oaky woodiness on the nose. There are also notes of sour cherries and sour funkiness. Smells really tart and sour.

This is a very nice wild ale from the Avery boys. They nailed that sour cherry flavor perfectly. It is nicely balanced with the oakiness and a hint of red grape skins. The whole thing seems to work very well with the funky Bretts.

Very little carbonation makes me feel like I was almost sipping a glass of wine, but the flavor is American Wild Ale all the way. The body is nearing medium, but it might just seem thicker because of the low carbonation amount.
I could drink this thing easily. I actually wish I had about 6 more bottles so that I could age them and have one every 3 or 4 months. This beer could be good in warm or cold weather, mid-day or after dinner. This is an exceptionally good drinking beer that I imagine would only improve with some age.

I am seriously going to add it to my wants right now. If you like Wilds, give it a shot.

Photo of boatshoes
3.83/5  rDev -3%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

Picked this up down at From the Vine off of Polaris. Working my way slowing through Avery's reserve lineup, this is my second after Black Tot and I've got a Brabant in the fridge as well.

Appearance- Pours a murky shade of medium brown that is perhaps slightly crimson around the edges. A very aggressive pour yields about a quarter finger of fizzy tan head that dies back almost immediately to a ring and then to nothing. Some beading carbonation evident in the body of the beer however.

Smell- Interesting. I get lots of barrel on the nose, along with some lactic cherry fruity tartness, and mild funk. The wood is really prominent for me but overall I found the nose to be nice but muted.

Taste- Very prominent barrel aging/wood flavors come through initially, along with cherry pith, and the cherry tartness picked up on in the nose. Also an interesting mineral quality as well. Perhaps a little bit of slight buttery diacetyl in there. Finishes with a mild lactic bite and a long drying finish.

Mouthfeel/Drinkability- Mouthfeel is pretty accurate for the style, not overly thin either. Drinkability is decent as well, though I was feeling the alcohol a touch by the end.

Overall, a decent American wild ale. The barrel profile almost reminded me a little bit of Vagabond in fact. Not my favorite wild by any means but I did like it alright overall.

Photo of sevopie
4.15/5  rDev +5.1%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

Ruby/mahogany in color with a mild tan head that dies quickly.

A bit of oak and vinegar come out first, making way for a strange cherry/cranberry aroma. There's almost 2 distinctly different smells competing with each other here. The brett is obvious.

Bitter vinegar and oak attack the tongue at first, but mellow out into a sweet cherry juice flavor. There's a bit of leather and bread hiding in the back, but the initial brett attack masks a lot of the flavors - but only partially. Just a touch of wine on the finish.

Medium on the body with a lot of carbonation.

Overall, another solid effort from Avery in the wild ale department, if a little lacking on the polish. This one seems a little easier to drink than the Brabant did, but the Brabant felt better balanced. The aggressiveness of this one is probably why, as the flavors jump out at you more. Likely to be a one and done, but a pleasant one to come by.

Photo of DefenCorps
3.3/5  rDev -16.5%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

I got one of these from a very generous rye726. Thanks, Ryan! This was bottled 31 March 2010

Pouring a clear, deep ruby red with a dense, beige head that falls off to a thin ring rather quite, leaving no lace, this looks decent.Great color, though.

The nose is interesting. That Brett was used is obvious, there's a rather pronounced band-aid and plastic character, and while the combination with a mellow cherry fruitiness is something I can't say I've experienced before, it's not particularly great either. Moderately vinous, I get some cherry pit character as well, a little bitter? Swirling the beer really brings out the Zin character, with a moderate leather, mild cocoa and some grape. However, this really is a Brett beer, and they'd have done well to use another strain.

Opening with a big, fruity sourness with a moderate cherry character, and some wine, this opens pretty solid. The Brett character of the nose isn't particularly strong, thankfully, this is mostly a rather straightforward sour beer. A big Pedio acidity is noticeable, along with a little acetic acid, I can see this getting a lot sourer with time. However, though, this is a middle of the road sour with a pleasant balance between the sourness and the fruit. Drying on the finish with a mild leathery, tannin character, this is where both the wine and Brett make their presence felt. Flavors of bandaid and red wine linger, making this medium-light bodied beer decent. Carbonation is high. I'm not sure why this beer needed to be 9.6% ABV, though, and that hurts the drinkability.
Adding the yeast to the pour only makes it rather worse, with the Bretty, band-aid, plastic character really coming through. Seriously, I enjoy them in a saison, but their presence in a fruited sour is particularly unappealing. In any case, though, I'm thankful for the chance to try this!

Photo of yourefragile
3.18/5  rDev -19.5%
look: 3 | smell: 3 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 2.5 | overall: 3

12 oz bottle poured into a snifter.

Pours an odd rosy reddish amber color, translucent and still. A fleeting finger thick white head quickly fades to nothing with no lacing. Aroma is artificial cherry jam sweetness, with a slightly abrasive acidic sour bite to them, vinegar and mild funky brett aromas. Flavor has a fleeting pure fake cherry sweet punch to start before the zinfadel barrels and brett funk take over and produce a sour cherry flavor (but not tart). Body is medium thick, mildly syrupy with light, thin carbonation. Finish is also rather thin and unpleasant blend of fake cherries and vinegar and too much alcohol.. Oddly, despite my review and scores, I did enjoy this beer, particularly if I was looking for a quick (though not cheap) sour fix. However, this is a little too hot, artificial tasting and unbalanced for my taste, so my review is relative to other beers of this style (hence the pessimistic slant).

Photo of jlindros
4/5  rDev +1.3%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

A: A nice heavy pour into my Duchesse tulip yields a small fizzy head that barely covers the glass and fades to small swatches of bubbles. Its a pretty clear light reddish pinkish with hints of auburn brown color.

N: Plenty of sour fruit and funk. I can't really put a finger on the type of fruit, but theres plenty of it, probably a blend, although I think I get some cherry. With that is lots of funk, mostly barnyard, but some sour as well. More sour and tangy aromas with some malt vinegar. The deeper I get I think I get smell some raspberry now. A very nice aroma actually.

T: Wow, very funky. A big sour and barnyard funk hit right away. Sour fruits, the taste is a little more like cherry with some raspberry. WIth that is lots of dry barnyard saison funk. Yeasty flavors, dry and somewhat harsh. It has some flavors of sawdust, which I think is the blend of some oak flavors and the barnyard funk. I also gets a little taste of hay from the brett. It has some warmth as well from the booze and a little alcohol taste/burn. Sour and tangy flavors as well with the fruit, gives just a hint of malt vinegar. A little bready malts as well.

M: Medium to lighter body with lots of alcohol warmth and tons of carbonation.

F: Super dry again, and lots of lingering funk. The fruit seems to disappear but leaves some sour and tangy flavors in the mouth. This lingers with some bready malts and the yeasty flavors. The barnyard funk is there for a while but dulled more on the finish. Some oak comes through a little as well here and again combines with the funk to give a slight saw dust flavor.

A decent sour, has some really nice sour fruit flavors and good brett funk, but the barnyard dryness with saw dust and hay are a little unpleasant. The alcohol is a little too presenting as well. I'll age a couple and see how they do.

Photo of billshmeinke
4.08/5  rDev +3.3%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Poured into a Duvel tulip.

One finger tan head composed of big bubbles that dissipates quickly to a ring of foam around the edge of the glass with bubbles shooting up from the D etched in the bottom of the glass. Ruby colored and semi opaque. Eventually, there is really no head left, but there is still evidence of carbonation with bubbles bursting on the top of the beer. No lacing left behind. Agitation brings back a layer of foam for a minute, but it disappears again.

Smell is of tart cherries first and definitely foremost, horse blanket, tannins, some chalkiness, oak barrel, and a hint of vanilla come in there as well. A sort of buttery scent as well.

Tart cherries up front with oaky barrel and wine. Some vanilla and buttery caramel. A bit of chalk and horse blanket. A little leafy hop bitterness on the very back end.

Full bodied and slippery. Well carbonated with a refreshing carbonation bite, and a slight acidity. An almost soda like carbonation.

The alcohol is well hidden for the abv. Overall, an interesting beer. Very much like Supplication or Red Poppy, but not quite as good. However, the zinfandel barrels (I think they are responsible) add a lighter and more refreshing element to this beer.

Photo of SpeedwayJim
3.78/5  rDev -4.3%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 3 | overall: 4

Shared with capra12. Poured from a 12oz. bottle into a Blue Point snifter.

A: Gentle pour yields a 1 finger semi-coarse white head with moderate retention. Beer is a rather stunning crystal clear red. Lacing is absent.

S: Wood, funk, soil, earth, and bountiful sweet cherries.

T: Cherry backbone makes this one different than a lot of other sours that are just "flavored sour". Slightly creamy, funk, wood, and a creeping tartness towards the middle that lasts until the finish. Bitters slightly and reveals a tiny hop presence just as it finishes. Finish is rather clean, leaving a slight lingering hoppiness.

M: Medium bodied, carbonated, but not too lively. Too smooth for its style and slightly grainy. Dry. Finish is clean but just a bit of an aftertaste.

D: I definitely need to revisit this one at a colder temperature (served at about 40F) to see if the body lightens and the carbonation increases. A lot of potential here but just missing the body to pull it all off.

Photo of ne0m00re
3.28/5  rDev -17%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 3 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3

Poured a 12 oz bottle (dated 03/31/2010) into an oversized red wine glass to capture the aroma.
A: Orange-red with brown and pink hues, it poured with a thick cream head that quickly died to a lace with constant bubbles running up it.
S: Sour cherries, brown sugar, a brett funk, oak, wine alcohol, and some chocolate.
T: Tart cherries, a sour apple backbone, bready caramel, and brett funk. It comes off like a champagne cocktail. It is kind of lackluster with a strange coffee lingering finish.
M: Sparkly and thin, again like champagne.
D: Only OK for the style.

Photo of bluejacket74
3.48/5  rDev -11.9%
look: 3 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3

12 ounce bottle, bottled on March 31, 2010. Served in an oversized wine glass, the beer pours a reddish/copper color with a half-inch off-white cola like head that fizzled away pretty quickly. Not much lacing either. The brew smells like cherries, vinegar, and some oak and funk. It's a good, tart aroma. The taste is similar to the aroma, but with the addition of a grape skin/wine flavor that gets stronger as the beer warms. Mouthfeel/body is medium, it's well carbonated and dry. Drinkability is OK, it's not hard to drink and the alcohol is well hidden. I think this is an OK brew, but I don't think it's worth $8.99 a bottle. I thought their Brabant was better.

Photo of Billolick
3.63/5  rDev -8.1%
look: 3 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

12 ouncer, a splurge at $9.99 from DeCicco's in Ardsley, NY. Batch 4, bottled March 31, 2010. Pours nearly still, glowing reddish amber, a quickly departing medium tan head then no head nor lace. I get smoke, vinegar, and sour cherries. Quite sour wild ale, more cherries, some musty funkiness, more biting vinegar. As it warms some more fruit comes forward and the cherry notes soften up a bit. Not my favorite, very doubtful I'd go for this one again.

Photo of ArrogantB
3.15/5  rDev -20.3%
look: 4 | smell: 3 | taste: 3 | feel: 4 | overall: 3

12oz bottle that I bought for $8 thinking it would be like Supplication or at least Sui Generis, sadly it wasn't close. It did look a lot like Sui Generis and it had a hint of real cherries in the aroma along with a bretty aroma and a hint of sour. The taste was sour and had a slight bit of cherries but to be honest this was a real let down. It just wasn't well done and I wish I had spent the extra $4 to get a bottle of Supplication instead.

Photo of MbpBugeye
4.15/5  rDev +5.1%
look: 4.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

#4 in a pretty stellar, if not unique, barrel-aged series. I still need #2 if anyone knows where I can get it.

A- A rusty, ruddy, muddy red. Backlighting this beer makes it glow with edges of orange and ruby red grapefruit. The head rose to about half a finger and fizzed out quickly. I wasnt expecting anything in the way of retention anyway.

S- Smell is a bit weak. Oak, Brett, dust, hay, sour cherries, with some faint vinegar.

T- Very, very, VERY sour and tart. This is one of, if not the most sour beers Ive had. Very tart and puckering, especially in the first sips. After that your palate will get slightly used to it. The start it on the sweeter side. Tart candy cherries and zinfandel. It breaks into a big sour punch. More cherries, only more sour and sour apple. The finish has all the Brett funky, dank hay matched with a red wine and vinegar flavor.

M- Very very dry all the way throughout, thus the finish is very clean, yet sweet and tart at the same time.

D- Once I got used to this beer it became a lot more drinkable. At first the sourness was overwhelming and I thought this beer would get cloying, but if you just sip and savor this beer you will wish it was sold in 4-packs.

Photo of mdfb79
4.33/5  rDev +9.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Poured from a 12 oz. bottle into my Duvel tulip. Bottled on 03/31/10, no. 4 in their barrel-aged series.

a - Pours a murky reddish-brown color with one finger of off white head. Light carbonation evident.

s - Smells very sour. Smells of cherries, oak, and some funk. Very enjoyable.

t - Tastes of sour cherries and a tiny bit of funk and oak. Zinfandel also comes through here.

m - Medium body and moderate carbonation.

d - I really liked this wild ale. I thought the Zinfandel was more noticable in the taste than smell, but it smelled amazing. The alcohol was very well hidden too. Would love to have again.

Photo of photomike
4.3/5  rDev +8.9%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 5 | overall: 4.5

Heyyy...review #150

Pours a beautiful, lightly hazed copper/pink/orange with a quickly formed (and, sadly, dissipating) pinkish/orange hard-bubbled head.

Smell is fantastic. Lush and krieky with strong, tart aromas of cherries and oak. Really reminds me of 3F Schaerbeekse on the nose. Ever-so-slightly solventy, but not necessarily in a bad way.

Unfortunately, Depuceleuse doesn't quite fill the big shoes of the Schaerbeekse when it comes to taste. Still quite tasty though. Lightly tart with a nice balance of cherry, red wine grape and oak flavors and quite the funky finish. I wish this was less bitter, less sweet, and more tart; there's a certain "sweaty" quality to this beer that leaves me somewhat unsatisfied.

Mouthfeel is perfect, however. Tiny-bubbled effervescence complements the "fuller-side-of-light" body. Very clean finish with just a touch of tannic astringency.

This is undoubtedly a fine beer, but not necessarily one I'd repeatedly pay 9 bucks for. Glad I bought it. Once.

EDIT: just remembered that this is damn near 10%. Truly remarkably well hidden. Stupidly drinkable for such a massive beer.

Photo of ShadesOfGray
4.33/5  rDev +9.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Got a bonus bottle from Douroguy...thanks dude! Poured from a 12oz bottle into my Troegs Mad Elf tulip glass. Pours a ruby red color with a small off-white head that dissapates quickly and leaves no remenants of head no lacing. Regardless the beer looks cloudy...and yummy!

Aroma is super strong, my wife has already mentioned that she smelled it from the other side of the room the moment after it was opened. Massive sour cherry notes, mild booze, and BRETT! -no surprise there. The Zinfandel aroma is definitely prominent too...I'm totally stoked to get a taste of this 4th BA series from Avery.

Wow! Awesome! Avery really stepped up with this one. A very solid wild ale. Huge sour cherry flavors, and great tart start...a sweet fruit/cherry flavor follows...and finishes like a wine, dry and boozy. Crisp, carbonated, tart and slightly funky...an awesome beer from Avery!

Photo of barleywinefiend
3.63/5  rDev -8.1%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

Poured a odd reddish color with good carbonation and a small white head. Nose is sour, funk, tart fruit, cherries. Taste has a great dark and sour cherry element. The wood I really did not notice that much until the end. The zin was pretty beat up by the sourness and booze. Mouthfeel was nice, tart, dry but the barrel on this was subdued I thought.

Photo of chaz01
3.9/5  rDev -1.3%
look: 3 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

Had a 4 ounce sample at a local beer tasting event, served in a champagne flute.

A: Amber color with a thin head. Many tiny bubbles rise up from the bottom of the glass.

S: Lemon, berries and a bit tart sourness in the aroma.

T: Tart cherry flavor, but mellowed out by the woody oak flavors. Not overly sourly -- very enjoyable. Lots of wine flavors come through as well.

M: Medium bodied, well carbonated, long tart finish.

D: Combination of wine and the tartness gives this a unique taste that would pair well with a fish or chicken meal, although the hefty price tag on a small bottle somewhat limits it's flexibility.

Dépuceleuse from Avery Brewing Company
88 out of 100 based on 232 ratings.