Red & White - Dogfish Head Brewery
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Reviews by JohnnyS17:
4.33/5 rDev +11.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5
Served to me in a goblet.
A - A thin layer of head. Lingered for a bit. A nice ruby, amber color. Slight carbonation.
S - Sweet and alcohol smell. Cherries and grapes.
T - Tasted like cherries with a slight alcohol taste. The alcohol taste is really light considering it is a 10% ABV.
M - Medium light body. Nice carbonation.
D - I really liked this beer. Sweet but not over powering and it has a serious about of alcohol. I wouldn't have more than 1 or 2 considering the ABV, but it is definitely a beer you should try.
Serving type: on-tap
03-06-2011 17:16:22 | More by JohnnyS17
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3.55/5 rDev -8.5%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5
There's simply no end to the alterations that Dogfish Head brewers will place upon traditional styles. To push a Belgian witbier to double its normal strength would have been daring enough for most brewers. But oh-no, how about the induction of pinot noire grapes to amplify the winy character of Belgian ale and then aging the newfound concoction in pinot noire barrels. They've certainly "dogfished" this concoction completely up!
Its first cautious and curious sip comes after a murky orange and peach-stained pour. Layering in with a viscous nestle, the aromas and early taste is of candied fruit, perhaps more of orange and perfume than of grape or wine, all upon a lightly toasted and doughy base.
With the weighty beer pressing deeply into the palate, a notion of orange marmalade wafts over the tongue, carrying with it the orange peels, piths and pulp; along with a lemony, apricot, apple and unmistakable grape tone. Somewhat vegetal with verbena, chive and fresh-cut grass, its bracing acidity ushers in a quick finish.
With the simple syrup sweetness lifting, its pinot character thrives in the late palate, highlighted by vinous alcohol with its own peppery warmth. But closing with a semi-sweet weight, the ale remains much more of a sipping beer than a drinkable one. Mild bitterness and rosy spice gives this high gravity wheat beer a hearty prickle on the tongue as it exits.
Serving type: bottle
07-08-2014 17:47:58 | More by BEERchitect
Red & White from Dogfish Head Brewery
87 out of 100 based on 1,516 ratings.