Jazz Millions - Prairie Artisan Ales
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4.09/5 rDev +2.8%
Pours a clear amber gold with a foamy white head that lasts for a bit. You can really smell the brett with hints of pine, white grape, apricot and tropical flowers. The brett and piney hops dominate the taste. There are pepper and spice notes as well. Nicely bitter aftertaste. Medium mouth with a fair amount of carbonation. This is my second time to try JFJO Jazz Millions (first was a small sample at the Oklahoma Craft Beer Festival). This seems much better. But as good as it is, it doesn't touch the Gin Barrel Jazz Millions. That was something truly special.
06-07-2014 23:14:41 | More by MartzMimic
4.26/5 rDev +7%
Thanks to rudzud for sharing.
pours a huge overlarge 3 finger fluffy head fades at a med pace, lots of soapy lacing, hazy darker honey orange colored.
Nose big saison base, fruity saisin, lemon rind, grainy wheat, toasted grains and grass, lemongrass,etc, into mild farmhouse funk, little Brett funk, big grassy lemon hops, I believe Sorachi Ace like lemony grassy hay like, faint touch of piney like resin citrus notes.
Taste brings more lemony grassy hops to start, fair bitterness, Aussie or Kiwi like fruity lemony citrus hops with grassy earthy undertones, etc. Great farmhouse saison funk and saison yeast, little spices, lemongrass etc, into spicy earthy hops, big chewy like spicy hops etc, very faint tropical notes, as well as some mild Brett funk, etc. More bitter than I expected as the hops get super spicy chewy bitter on the finish, dry, more funky farmhouse saison, little citrus notes, lemongrass, etc, lingering.
Mouth is med bod, nice effervescent carb,
overall typical well done Prairie, hops get a little too spicy and hot later, nice carb and nice hops in general just too bitter on the finish, nice farmhouse, etc.
07-13-2014 02:21:02 | More by jlindros
4.29/5 rDev +7.8%
A- Pours a bright copper with an orange hue. Robust white head of 3 fingers that is pure as snow and sticky as can be.
S- Farmhouse musk of the Brett pairs oh so well with the juicy tropical hop notes. Floral and perfume-like with bright fruit. Papaya?
T- Seems to follow nose. Citrus start, funky middle, spicy dry finish with some tartness popping in and out with each sip. I am really digging this.
M- Pretty clean, dry and perfect carbonation as it seems to dance on the tongue. Slightly heavy for the style, but a minor complaint.
O- My favorite non-stout from Prairie other than Hop. So well done. A must try for the funk-IPA lovers. Another example of how it seems as though Chase is brewing with my palate specifically in mind.
$10 for 500 ml bottle
06-07-2014 17:39:25 | More by Bosoxfan20
Jazz Millions from Prairie Artisan Ales
88 out of 100 based on 52 ratings.