Boon Kriekenlambik - Brouwerij Boon
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Ratings: 6 | Reviews: 5 | Display Reviews Only:
3.5/5 rDev -3.3%
Had on cask at the brewery. Pour is dark ruby red with copper edges and a creamy light pink head leaving a huge lace. The nose is overly singular and heavy on fleshy cherries. The taste folllows suit, ripe fleshy cherries, much akin to cherry juice. Body is light and soft, fair amount of carbonation but lingering finish.
06-29-2012 15:07:45 | More by cpetrone84
4.13/5 rDev +14.1%
Enjoyed on-tap @ Stone's Bistro & Garden in Escondido, CA for $6. Poured into an 8oz Tulip Glass and enjoyed thoroughly after walking through the garden. One of the coolest breweries I've ever been to!
Aroma- Strong cranberry aroma from the start and a sweet, malty blended background. Very recognizable as a Lambic and has the earthy aroma that has power to it.
Appearance- Received with a half finger head that dies down to a ring around the glass. Has a dark burgundy color body that has good clarity and has minimal lacing. Effervescent.
Flavor- There is an artificial cranberry aroma that starts off the drink. Very fruity and sweet but then finishes with no bitterness or anything. Good all-around.
Mouthfeel- Light- Medium Bodied, High Carbonation, and has a low tart taste at the finish.
Overall Impression- Nice, fruity lambic but too sweet for me. I have to say this is a great beer for the style though! Has a mild sour and acidic character with a Strong Cranberry attribute all the way through.
07-24-2011 21:25:17 | More by DCon
3.6/5 rDev -0.6%
On-tap at the Stone Bistro.
A - Pours a dark rose-red with a creamy pink head that fades to a thick haze and ring.
S - Sweet and tart cherries, oak, vanilla, and brown sugar. Excellent fresh cherry aromas, reminds me of a nice cherry jam or compote.
T - Similar to the nose, good fresh cherry flavors, oak, brown sugar and vanilla.
M - Pretty thin bodied, in fact a bit watery, with moderate carbonation.
O - Pretty good, I really enjoyed the flavors but the thin, watery mouth-feel really hurt this one.
05-17-2011 20:06:14 | More by jsanford
2.63/5 rDev -27.3%
On tap at Stone.
A: Appears an attractive dark purplish pink with a big frothy dark pink head. Nice retention. Great color in the body and the head, and great clarity.
S: Ripe cherry flesh with a lot of sweetness, a little vanilla, and a lot of sugar. Reminiscent of cherry candy. It's slightly lactic, with no evident sourness or tartness. Really nice fruit profile in the aroma.
T: Very sweet, tastes like a cherry jolly rancher with some vanilla. Initially, it has a hint of cough syrup character that it's a little detracting. It's decidedly lactic, though not really sour at all. There's a very faint tartness and no real acidity. It's just pretty much sugary cherry cough syrup. The cough syrup waxes as the beer warms to the point where it's not very enjoyable.
M: Lower medium in body with moderate carbonation. Mouthfeel is smooth and silky.
Overall: That cough syrup note took away from what would have been a very enjoyable fruit beer.
02-25-2011 02:10:11 | More by HopHead84
4.35/5 rDev +20.2%
Sampled fresh, July 2010 at Brouwerij F. Boon
This beer is a deep purple color and quite still with no head. This has a huge cherry smell to it that is so sweet smelling. It is richly complex, aromatic and has such an awesome sour cherry acid quality to it that makes it seem quite rich.
The beer is dry tasting, especially when compared to the aroma, but a complex cherry flavor adds a perceived, virtual sweetness to this beer. The cherry character also contributes to the sourness of this Lambic. It is very refreshing with some viscosity to it, but not enough to keep this from being quite quaffable. A nice tannic, cherry character adds to the texture and adds some palate presence; this is likely boosted by the oak character of the base Lambic.
This really has an awesome cherry texture, flavor and aroma; not to mention the color that is so dark and purple looking. It is so refreshing, but I like how the flavor and texture really linger on the palate.
10-07-2010 14:33:38 | More by Gueuzedude
Boon Kriekenlambik from Brouwerij Boon
- out of 100 based on 6 ratings.