Boneyard / 3 Ravens / Mash Crematorium - Boneyard Brewing
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3.58/5 rDev 0%
look: 4 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5
A three-way collaboration between Boneyard, 3 Ravens and Mash brewing. Tried on-tap at Josie Bones during Good Beer Week.
Pours a bright golden colour, with some orange behind it. A little bit hazy in the body, which is solid in weight. Head is a big foamy mass of white that leave big, persistent lacing. Some carbonation sticks around when tilted. It looks good.
Nose is sharp with smoke and citric hops: lemon and peat come through along with some light malt and a hint of salt. It's all very intense, but pointed as well: sharp rather than full.
Light clean malt on the entry of the palate, before the bitterness and the smoke takes hold. Lemon rind and smoky raspberry mid-palate before more of that salty twang, wood and sulphur towards the back. On the finish there's a hint more orange, leaving an evanescent twang of orange before the smoke clears. Feel is light.
It's pretty intense stuff. It doesn't perhaps have the purpose or strength of some really intensely smoked beers, and perhaps isn't as good as a result. But there are some interesting twists in here, and it ends up being a rather intriguing beer: and that's certainly something I like to see.
Serving type: on-tap
05-22-2013 01:19:12 | More by lacqueredmouse
Boneyard / 3 Ravens / Mash Crematorium from Boneyard Brewing
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