Avery Anniversary Ale - Eighteen (Dry Hopped Rye Saison) - Avery Brewing Company

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Ratings: 318
Reviews: 185
rAvg: 3.65
pDev: 13.42%
Wants: 3
Gots: 18 | FT: 0
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Colorado, United States

Style | ABV
Saison / Farmhouse Ale |  8.12% ABV

Availability: Limited (brewed once)

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Beer added by: t420o on 06-03-2011

This beer is retired; no longer brewed.

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Photo of oberon
3.65/5  rDev 0%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Poured into a large tulip glass a deep burnt orange infuse amber with a thinner than expected head atop.Aromas are grainy with a decent amount of funk,the rye provides just a light shot of spice.Flavors are lightly funky with some phenolic clove spice,the rye is really subdues in my opinion,it really could have counterbalanced the phenols better in my mind.Its a decent beer but the the rye could have been bigger and it would have made it more complex and fuller.

Photo of Beaver13
3.49/5  rDev -4.4%
look: 4.5 | smell: 3 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

22oz bottle, bottled 5/2011. Pours a copper amber with a creamy off white head that retains well and laces the glass.

The aroma is spicy yeast with some bready malts and a little fruit (banana).

The flavor is earthy malts and yeast and a little old fruit with a bit of a zing from the hops in the finish. The mouthfeel is medium to full bodied with soft carbonation.

Overall, an OK saison. I liked it better on draft.

Photo of Mora2000
4/5  rDev +9.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

The beer pours a medium amber color with a white head. The aroma is very interesting. I get the yeast and citrus notes that I expect from a saison, but I also get some toffee and a little bit of rye. The rye adds quite a bit to the aroma of the beer. The rye is also present in the flavor, as is some orange citrus, caramel, toffee and yeast notes. The beer is fairly dry overall. Medium mouthfeel and medium carbonation.

Photo of pat61
4.25/5  rDev +16.4%

Had a fresh one on tap in 2012 and had a May 2011 bottle also in 2012. The dry hopping gives a spicy floral character which obscures some of the saison yeast notes.
Spicy nose from the hops and the rye, light floral, fruit, caramel, light roast
Pours a beautiful clear dark reddish amber under a thin white finely bubbled foam cap.
Palate starts malty, big rye flavors, caramel, spicy, with a slight tang and blight, large pitted fruit. Dries on the finish with a moderate bitter hop accent.
Medium body and medium high carbonation, slightly warming.

Photo of ehammond1
3.36/5  rDev -7.9%
look: 4.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 2.5 | overall: 3

On Tap

San Diego, CA

Slightly hazy light amber in color. Thin white head. Regular and consistent lacing down the glass.

Peppery spice, yeast, and some rye along with bready and sweet malts. Interesting and unusual.

There's a lot going on in the flavor of this beer. Lots of spice and yeast, some tangy rye, a bit of barnyard funk, and a slight hint of sweet, juicy fruit. If anything, there's perhaps too much going on and too many flavors, though it certainly makes for an interesting and unique saison.

The weakest part of this beer is how it feels in your mouth. This is a high-ABV saison and I think that actually hurts this beer. It seems a bit too heavy, thick, and somewhat metallic in mouthfeel. It's not at all refreshing like i find in my favorite saisons.

An interesting and unique rye saison, and while the flavors are certainly interesting, it's not a beer that I particularly want to come back to and try again.

Photo of glid02
3.95/5  rDev +8.2%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

On-tap at the Brick Store.

Pours a dark brownish-amber color with an off-white head that leaves decent lacing.

Smells of dark malts with moderate amounts of rye and heavier amounts of pine and light herbal hops. Also present are light amounts of dark fruit aromas.

Tastes similar to how it smells. Slightly dry dark malts up front are joined quickly by pine hops and slightly musty flavors. Midway through the spicy rye asserts itself before it’s pushed out by medium and dark fruits – pears with hints of raisins – that fade out into a mildly bitter ending. Mouthfeel is OK, the carbonation is a bit heavy.

Overall this was an interesting beer but I thought too much was going on and the flavors didn’t meld together very well. Worth a shot for curiousity’s sake.

Photo of rhoadsrage
3.41/5  rDev -6.6%
look: 4 | smell: 3 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

(Served in a tulip glass)
A- This beer pours a clear slightly dense reddish-brown body with a rocky light tan head and a strong carbonation of tiny bubbles
. S- The clean dry green hop aroma has some spice notes to it with a brassy wheat finish and some cider characters that come through as the beer opens.
T- The soft spicy rye note takes on an odd blend of yeast character with some bad breath Abbey yeast notes that finish. Some hints of bread dough cream and fruity esters have a brassy wheat and pear ester to follow. The soft green hops are dark in the finish
. M- The medium mouthfeel has no alcohol heat until it warms quite a bit and even then it is gentle. There is a soft fizz that dries the finish a bit.
O- The Abbey yeast comes through and is a bit odd with the saison yeast hiding and an odd mix of esters and fruit character aswell. Age might help this blend but how much I don't know?

Photo of jbphoto88
3.58/5  rDev -1.9%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 2.5 | overall: 3.5

Eighteen pours amber and clear from the 22oz bottle. It has a mountain of tan head slowly bubbling thinner and lacing everything it touches. An stunningly pretty beer to look at.

From the second you start to pour you get a strong earthy spiced yeast scent mixed with a sweet fruity malt. It reaches up from the glass before even getting your nose close. On closer inspection I smell a fresh bread nose with hints of peppery spice. Aromatic and pleasing.

Taste leans away from the earthy spiced smell and lands closer to a bready malt beverage. The grain takes over but leaves some room for a tart baked apple flavor. It's good but not great. I find myself readily getting tired of the flavor and that's not good a few sips in.

The mouthfeel is the worst part of this beer. A heavy bitterness disrupts what could be a better tasting beer and ruins the finish with it's aggression. There is an intentional dryness from the rye that I also dislike which is a pity because the taste had something going with the Belgian yeast strains. All in all not a bad beer but one I'd stay away from if given other options.

Photo of GilGarp
3.86/5  rDev +5.8%
look: 4.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

I had this on tap a few weeks ago and enjoyed it but didn't give it a review so I thought I'd try it from the bottle.

Bomber served cool into a goblet.

Eighteen is a light redish brown color with thick head and good retention.

Aroma is a little unusual. When I saw that it was dry-hopped, I expected more of a punchy, fresh, hoppy character. It's actually the yeast and the rye that seem to come out more in the nose than the hops.

Flavor is more closely related to a rye beer than a saison. A rich malty backbone with caramel and toffee overlain with the spicy/peppery rye and saison yeast traits.

Mouthfeel is medium bodied and well-carbonated. The alcohol seems strong for 8%+ but the spice tends to have that effect.

Overall not as strong an offering as I originally thought from the draft version. The combination of rye and saison is a spice-lovers dream but this takes it a little too far for my liking. Still probably one of the better anniversary beers from Avery in recent memory.

Photo of Metalmonk
4.05/5  rDev +11%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Pours a bountiful, puffy off-white head that lasts a long time. The color of the liquid is cloud rusted orange/brown.

The aroma is if an interesting, complex, hard-to-put-your-finger-on-it variety. And I like it. Somewhat nutty (peanutty, actually), with an obvious rye spiciness, a citrus peel character, banana like a dunkel weizen, and some seriously earthy tones from the, count 'em, five Belgian yeasts used here.

Nothing unusual found in the taste that I wouldn't have expected from the aroma, other than the fact it seems even more complex and beguiling on the tongue. Where the yeast begins and the hops and rye end is just about impossible to determine. And more dunkel weizen-ish banana. Everything is mingled so well...but you'll still get jabs of citrus here, a bit mouth of soil/earth there, and the rye definitely enfolds over everything. Rye even gets slightly coarse at times, but then maybe it's the labeling that is in error. It doesn't drink like a Saison/Farmhouse, and really doesn't drink like anything else I've ever had. MAYBE a rye-steeped Dubbel, but basically this is something quite unique.

Texturally I found this beer really interesting. Starts extremely slick, even creamy, then carbonation the wells up to provide quite a bit of tingle, and it all merges together to remain vibrant on the tongue. It's buoyant and medium-bodied with a bit of stick. Leaves a heavy aftertaste of rye in the finish.

Fuck styles. Sometimes, anyway. This beer is what it is...and what it is, on my tongue anyway, is a seriously complex and original beer from a brewer that rarely makes a misstep. A must-try unless you are a stick-to-the-rules style freak.

Photo of ChopperSmith
3.7/5  rDev +1.4%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

Poured from a 22 oz. bottle into a clear tulip glass.

Appearance: Slightly hazy medium brown in color, with a one and half finger foam head that settled to a frothy cap and left good sticky lacing.

Smell: Yeasty spices like clove and nutmeg, mixed with some rye and citrus hops. Sweetness from malts underneath. Complex and inviting.

Taste: The invitation of the smell extends to the flavor. The rye and hops are up front with very little bitterness, then the rye and roasted malts kick in to smooth things out and the yeasts add a good spiciness. Finishes semi-dry.

Mouth Feel: Medium body and good carbonation. Semi-dry finish.

Overall: A very interesting take on the Saison style. The rye and dry hopping really add to the yeast varieties and make this one really complex and unique. I like this beer a lot and will grab at least a couple more bottles before it's gone.

Photo of augustgarage
3.35/5  rDev -8.2%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Had this on-tap shortly after release and thought it was dreadful, let's see if the bottle is an improvement:

Poured from a 22oz bomber into my Troubadour tulip.

Rust and burnt sienna body with lighter orange-brown highlights. An active finger of suds coronates the glass with a messy cosmic latte crown. Fine sticky lacing, suitable retention.

Root beer, rye bread, a complex yet gentle mess of phenols and biscuits (both sourdough and English tea) make up the nose.

Bubblegum, banana, cheap tea, zucchini bread, roast corn, and toffee on the palate. A low grassy bitterness helps offset the sweet yeasty/buttery notes. Hints of diacetyl? Perhaps some ill-placed orange zest from hops as well? Finishes medium-dry with an odd aftertaste.

Creamy, soft, and almost but neither effervescent or medium-bodied.

An excess of specialty malts and an excess of yeast strains lends an unfocused quality to the flavor profile. The rye helps tie things together, but it doesn't elevate anything. While there are good flavors in here as well, I find this ale to be less than the sum of its parts.

Photo of BeardedRiker
3.53/5  rDev -3.3%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

I hardly ever buy Avery beers...maybe because I don't see that many in Texas but when I saw this I wanted to get it. I love things dry-hopped and I like the saison style. Only good things could come from this beer.

I drank this at an Italian restaurant and had it poured into a glass of theirs, a sort of a tall goblet. It looks lovely, with a frothy-creamy and off-white head that has some good retention. It leaves a good amount of lacing as well. Color is a bit cloudy and a dark bronze.

It's very citrusy in the nose, mango. It's obvious, because it's dry-hopped, that the hops are strong, pretty grassy. The rye comes out a lot too and gives a sort of rye whiskey aroma, though not boozy. The Belgian yeasts add a bready aroma.

Taste-wise this was interesting. The rye makes it taste different than most beers, kind of a woodsy spice. Belgian yeasts are throughout that are bready and there's plenty of fruitiness like mango and apple. Plenty of booze comes out in the finish. While this is an interesting beer I don't think it suits the style very much.

The mouthfeel is a bit too heavy for my liking, according to the style. It has a medium body and feels a bit creamy, thicker at the beginning but the end is drier. Carbonation is medium.

Although this beer is interesting, mostly with the rye and dry-hopping, it doesn't taste like a saison. A saison should be lighter-bodied, with slight peppery hops and nice pale malts with bready yeasts, while being refreshing. Not that every beer NEEDS to be exactly to the style, but I just didn't think it fit. I wanted refreshment but this saison wasn't. It reminded me more of a Belgian dark ale. The alcohol presence was surprising to me too. This isn't a bad beer though. It's a bit unique and interesting but it just didn't impress me too much.

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

Avery "Eighteen"
22 oz. bottle; $10 @ Capone's in Norristown, PA

"Dry Hopped Rye Saison"? Where to begin?

It looks like a rye beer might, with a dark crimson tinted deep-copper colored body. The creamy head is a light khaki. The head drops shortly but it leaves some very nice walls of tiny spots of lace behind.

The aroma displays rye, that's for sure. Rye and deep caramel malt. Hops? Yes, but I can't make out what they might be through the malt and yeast. It's hard to tell. Are they spicy, or is that the malt? Or the yeast? Are they fruity, or is THAT the yeast? There's definitely something there... I'm gonna go with floral and grassy.

On to the taste. It's spicy up front with dark fruit, deep caramel that's almost like burnt sugar, and spice as you cross the middle. That might be from the yeast, but it's at least partially from the rye. Pretty nice. The fruit flavors work well with it (dark raisin, black cherry, dried figs). From there it just seems to drop away. There's not a lot of bitterness left over, but it's dry. Some clove lingers, as well as some general spice, a flicker of that same non-descript hop from the aroma, and a light touch of dull chocolate.

In the mouth it's quite nice. It's medium bodied with a dextrinous edge, and it becomes quite creamy as the carbonation is released and it 'foams' in the mouth.

Overall it's a little bit much that somehow becomes not enough.

Photo of socon67
3.93/5  rDev +7.7%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

A - Amber pour with a moderate white foam head and almost no lacing.

S - Spicy scent of rye. Other light grains give a scent of fresh bread.

T - Fresh, clean rye flavor with a spicy bite at then end. Some garden spices are noted as well. A mild hop bitterness balances htis one out.

M - Smooth feel, mild except in the raspy finish. Balance is nice, and this one goes great with snack foods.

O - The fresh rye really makes this one a nice beer. Since I like both farmhouse ales and rye beers this was a treat. I didn't get any of the musky yeast scent typical in saison but that's fine. I think the age did this one well.

Photo of RickS95
3.74/5  rDev +2.5%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

It's a light brown, kind of a burnt amber, color. Opaque with a rich look. The head is a beautiful thick off-white initially, but it dissipates quickly.

The smell is right up there with an authentic Belgian. A fruity, funky yeast mixed with candied sugar. I could only pick up the rye if I swirled the beer in the snifter.

The taste was a slight letdown after the smell. The rye is prevalent in the taste as it seems to fight with the yeast to see which flavor can dominate.

There are layers in the mouthfeel, but they're very abrupt, as opposed to gradual like in most beers. It's sweet at the beginning, but the rye cuts right into line, ending the sweetness and bringing about a spicy, slightly bitter feel. The bitterness lasts well into the swallow.

I'm not a rye fan and after having this I'm not sure rye belongs in a saison. It's certainly not bad, but the rye is just a bit out of place and maybe could have been tempered more so we could enjoy the farmhouse effect a bit longer.

Photo of prototypic
3.58/5  rDev -1.9%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Avery Eighteen is copper in color. It’s mostly clear. Backlighting reveals some nice crimson highlights. A vanilla colored head caps it. It’s relatively slow to dissipate, leaving a moderate coat of sticky lace clinging to the glass. Not bad.

The nose is interesting. Smells pretty good. A strong yeasty scent kicks it off. Definitely has a spicy vibe. Clove and pepper are the strongest. Rye adds to its strong spiciness. There’s a caramel or toffee sweet smell. Blends okay with the yeast. Hops kick in and add citrus grapefruit and orange notes. There are earthy and herbal notes that linger throughout. Alcohol is mildly noticeable. It smells pretty good, but ends up just a tad jumbled. Maybe a little too much going on?

The flavor is very consistent with the nose. It starts grassy, earthy, and herbal. That’s a consistent theme that lingers through each sip. The yeast definitely lends a spicy platform. Clove and pepper and the most notable spices. Rye adds a toasty, bread-like flavor. There is a touch of caramel sweetness, but it’s less apparent than I anticipated. The hops are very vibrant and add strong citrus orange and grapefruit flavors. It’s definitely a little bitter. Alcohol is masked extremely well. All in all, it is somewhat convoluted. Pretty good, but less would probably be more here.

The body is medium and feels nice and smooth. Carbonation is dialed down to just the right level. This stuff goes down pretty easy. A bomber won’t be a problem at all.

Avery Eighteen is pretty good stuff, but I was hoping for a little more. The combo of spicy yeast, spicy rye, and strong hops proves to be just a little too much. It results in a flavor that’s just a tad too convoluted. Having said that, it’s not bad by any stretch. If you’re into dark Saisons with a very strong and interesting flavor, check this one out.

Photo of dbossman
4.05/5  rDev +11%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

A: Cloudy light brownish gold with a slight red tinge and no head; minimal lacing

S: Grainy, spicy rye, dry fruits: apples, pears; this is also hoppy and citrusy too

T: Rye graininess and mustiness is first prevalent followed by just a touch of something a bit funky; this is also hoppy, fruity, and good

F: Medium body, sticky, great mouth feel with a fantastic yeasty creaminess in the finish

O: A really nice hop forward, grainy, spicy, bready, and musty saison

Photo of vincicle
3.57/5  rDev -2.2%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3 | overall: 3.5

The appearance is a nice red caramel color. The head comes up slowly and doesn't build into any real accumulation. The lacing is fantastic with the beer however and the sliver of a head stays constant throughout.
The smell is slightly subdued and the malt flavors still shine through both the yeast and dry-hops characters. It's pleasant but not spectacular.
The taste is well balanced between the malts, the hops and the dryness on the rye. the complex flavor profile from the yeast I had hoped for seems over powered by the other elements.
Overall this is a very decent beer but the complexity seems to overpower the elements and none of them come to the forefront. It is a pleasant drinking beer, and well worth the price.

Photo of russpowell
3.91/5  rDev +7.1%
look: 4.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Bottled May 2011

Pours an effervescent & chill hazed orange/copper with a thumb of cream colored head. Stellar lacing & good head retention

S: Grassyness, apple juice & grainy notes, some clean, some musty

T: Sweet apple juice, spicy rye & a touch of juicy fruit up front. Yeasty twang & grainyness surface as this warms, just a smidge of white pepper & green banana & green apple too along with just a whisper of pineapple

MF: Medium bodied, firm carbonation, some grainy coarseness, works for the style

Seems fairly good for a a Dry-hopped rye saison, I reckon :P. Might've worked better as a Tripel to me. I'd like to revisit this one again & see how it holds up if I could catch it at a good price

An alright offering, but hardly Anniversary worthy IMO, but Avery has released some odd ducks for theirs, so maybe this right in line??? Still a nice drinker

Photo of HalfFull
2.84/5  rDev -22.2%
look: 3.5 | smell: 2 | taste: 3 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3

Pours a hazed deep golden/light amber on tap. Half inch of slightly off white foam offers decent retention and light lacing. I was certainly thrown by the deep color of the pour. Hmmm.

Aroma was malty and a bit distracting. Caramel malts fought tooth and nail with the hop notes and the rye component. Subtleties of the yeast typical for a Saison were pushed to the background. Warming improved things in that the caramel was less dominant, allowing for a bit more complexity.

Flavor again is malt forward with dark fruit and a bit of chocolate/caramel. Hops and rye add a bit of spice to the equation but they are a bit overpowered, particularly given the light yeast influence relative to the malt structure. Offers a decent and spritzy feel, balancing itself with some warming to become marginal yet overall I'm just not getting this one. Just too much work for a saison.

Photo of morimech
2.88/5  rDev -21.1%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 2 | feel: 4 | overall: 3

Dark copper colored with two fingers of head that had good retention before settling to a thick cap. Moderate amount of lacing is left on the glass.

Aroma of dry hay, yeast phenols, and some rye spiciness. Mild earthiness but not much funk.

Yeast phenol overload. Something went wrong here. If the 5 Belgian yeast strains results in this sort of outcome, then it was a failed experiment. Very dry as well with some rye notes. Bitterness is moderate or high for a Saison. A little alcohol in the finish.

For the unpleasantness of the flavor, this actually has a very nice mouthfeel. A little bit bigger body and less carbonated than most of the style.

Not a pleasant flavor profile for this drinker. This beer is definately not for everyone.

Photo of bluejacket74
3.65/5  rDev 0%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

22 ounce bottle, bottled in May 2011, $7.99 a bomber. Served in a tulip glass, the beer pours a hazy copper/orange color with an inch off-white head. Head retention and lacing are both good. Aroma is sweet and spicy, the brew smells like peppery spice, grassy hops, yeast, bananas, rye and a bit of brown sugar. It tastes like dark bread, rye, peppery spice, light citrus, apricots and a slight sour/tart flavor. Mouthfeel/body is medium, it's a bit slick and syrupy with moderate carbonation. Alcohol is well hidden. I think this is a solid brew but I don't think it's something I would want to drink all the time. But I think it's definitely worth a try, it's a unique brew.

Photo of philbe311
3.7/5  rDev +1.4%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

A - Two fingers worth of densely packed perfectly level slightly off-white colored head... Solid retention gives way to a full veil of lace and moderately thick collar... The carbonation is limited and sluggish... The color a mix of burnt copper and light-to-medium brown... Becomes completely translucent when back lit, otherwise this one has a bit of haze and murkiness...

S - At it's most basic, this one smells like a slightly sweetened Saison... The mix of five Belgian yeasts provides lots of character and complexity... A brown sugar sweetness permeates as well... The rye notes are present but rather subdued... The dry hop addition is also present and buried a bit beneath the surface but adds additional depth to an already complex bouquet...

T - The rye is much more pronounced on the palette and dominate the finish... The mix of yeasts is much more subdued than expected... Some of the sweetness from the nose is dissipated but the brown sugar is still there... Raisins... The dry hopping sort of gets lost in them mix...

M - Exceedingly dry would be an understatement... Light to medium bodied... Very minimal carbonation... A bit thick... A bit syrupy... Completely unique...

D - A very interested brew... Certain things I like a lot (appearance and aroma) and others not so much (taste and mouthfeel)... This one is a brewer's artistic statement and a wonderful example of creativity and originality in brewing... The end product is solid, respectable, and completely unique but the sum of the parts doesn't equate to anything more than solidly above average...

Photo of isualum12
2.58/5  rDev -29.3%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3 | taste: 2.5 | feel: 1.5 | overall: 2.5

had on tap at brewforia boise/meridian Idaho

appearance murky golden with a small head with very little lacing on the glass. No sediment to speak of.

smell- Lots of hops with lemon or apricot coming off of it.

Taste- fruity with lots of hops

mouthfeel- light fizzy with bitterness. Not a relaxed feel to it. lively in the mouth

overall not my fav. I wouldn't order it again...

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Avery Anniversary Ale - Eighteen (Dry Hopped Rye Saison) from Avery Brewing Company
83 out of 100 based on 318 ratings.