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Bam Noire - Jolly Pumpkin Artisan Ales

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Ratings: 746
Reviews: 329
rAvg: 3.78
pDev: 12.17%
Wants: 23
Gots: 64 | FT: 2
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Jolly Pumpkin Artisan Ales visit their website
Michigan, United States

Style | ABV
Saison / Farmhouse Ale |  4.30% ABV

Availability: Rotating

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Beer added by: FightingEntropy on 09-01-2007

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Photo of sweemzander
4.31/5  rDev +14%
look: 5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

750mL bottle poured into a tulip. No bottled date; a batch # sticker was scratched off. . . . . . : /

(A)- Pours a hazy medium to dark brown color that produced a large 3+ finger fluffy & creamy white head with amazing staying power & retention. It left huge clumps of sticky lacing all around as it practically didnt dissipate at all. I am enjoying seeing a farmhouse with a dark color; looks very similar to a quad. There is still lots of foam present even with the very last sip.

(S)- Potent lemon & lime citrus with lots of hay, grass, and an overall barnyard earthy funk. Has some baked biscuits that adds to its complexity. Finishes very yeasty.

(T)- Again, potent sour lemon & lime citrus with a dry yeasty hay bit. Finishes dry also, but with a baked to toasted biscuit breadiness. Tastes better & better the more I drink of it.

(M)- Great carbonation level that fizzes to life on the tongue. Good sour citrus and body to it. The dark color adds with it that nice baked biscuit finish that is an interesting twist to the norm. Smoother than I was expecting.

(D)- An interesting farmhouse whose color certainly makes you do a double take. A well-made beer that I think is overall a bit more successful than their regular Bam. Definitely will have this again & again. Very fond of how this one tastes compared to other saisons I have had.

Photo of jgasparine
4.18/5  rDev +10.6%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

A- Poured from the bottle with a nice 1/2" tan head, which slowly receded to edge lacing. The body was black, and appeared as a clear deep garnet color when held to the light.

S- FUNK (brett and pedio?) with accompanying aromas of dark fruit and leather. Very interesting!

T- Tastes of prunes... and is then quickly overcome by the potent funkiness which lasts through the finish. Delicious.

M- Nice medium body... slightly oily... with a nice soft carbonation. A bigger and more pleasant mouthfeel than I would anticipate from the style.

D- Drinkable? Hell yes!

Photo of AKBelgianBeast
3.95/5  rDev +4.5%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 3.5

Glad to see more JP on AK shelves.

Pours a cloudy brown ruby haze with a nice off white head that retains pretty well and leaves good lacing.

Nose is similar to bam, funky, tart, but with a little more sweetness.

Wow. Actually a bit more tart than i expected even. Funk, not sweet in a flemish way, but in a more sort of tabaccoey way, but pretty slight. Finish is nice and dry.

Mouthfeel is just about right for carbonation as well as viscosity.

Drinkability is good, but there is a little bit too much going on without a good melding here. Kind of messy.

Overall, a tasty brew, but needs a little rounding out i'd say. All the seperate parts are good, but they don't mix as well as they could. Hard to pinpoint what im trying to say, so i'll just shutup now. A good beer.

Photo of SpdKilz
3.95/5  rDev +4.5%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

Appearance - Found this at a Whole Foods by me and couldn't pass it up. Pours a very dark, chocolate color into my Bells sniffer. Held up to the light only the faintest bit of illumination can be seen around the edges. Over two fingers of white fluffy head, thought it dissipates relatively quickly compared to other JP brews I've had. Leaves decent lacing.

Smell - Funky with a bit of sour on the forefront. A few more whiffs and you can smell a bit of wood, fruitiness, and downright earthy tones.

Taste - Wow, not what I was expecting. Honestly, it tastes like wet hay/earth/moss. This is quite a bit more funky tasting than the Bam Biere from what I can recall. I should have done a side by side. Oh well. After a few more sips other flavors make themselves known. The funky taste begins to meld with sour/dark cherries, slight vinegar taste in the back, and finishes with just a slight sweet taste reminiscent of caramel.

Mouthfeel - Medium bodied and decently carbonated. Finishes quite crisp and dry. This would go great with some asiago cheese.

Drinkability - Relatively so. It is quite a low ABV for a "normal" craft beer but that does not mean it lacks on flavor. It is quite flavorful and quite quaffable. The more I drink of this the less out of balance the earthy/funk tones are and the more I am enjoying this. I will admit this is not one of my favorites from JP, but a great offering nonetheless.

Photo of vacax
3.65/5  rDev -3.4%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Pours a blackish brown with a monstrous beige head. The head is billowy, almost chunky, leaving patches of thick lace and uneven bubble sizes. The aroma is sour with the same tart character I have picked up in many of JP's brews, a little bit of brown sugar comes through, perhaps a bit of wine grapes. The taste is a tart with some bright fruitiness to it. Somewhat estery as well. The finish brings earth and some roasted coffee on the back end along with a dry finish. Feel is light and moderately creamy.

Enjoyable beer, though it tastes similar to other brews I have had from JP and not much like a saison either. However, it is rather drinkable and complex and is admirably low in alcohol and high in flavor.

Photo of shadow1961
3.72/5  rDev -1.6%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

Jolly Pumpkin Bam Noir pours a finger of sticky beige foam over a dark brew, though up to the light it's rosy. Carbonation is massive- the nose is the now familiar cidery Jolly Pumpkin funk with a tingle of herbal hops. The flavor is very tart lightly-toasted malts, oak, and a bit of grassy hops off the back. The mouthfeel is very very dry and also very light and crisp, do in equal parts to that tartness picked up from their barrel aging and the high carbonation. Not for everyone, but if you've gotten a taste for a bit of sourness this is an okay one.

Photo of adamette
4.15/5  rDev +9.8%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Review from notes taken 10 15 09. Poured from tap at Jolly Pumpkin Ann Arbor into a clean, clear glass.

A Creamy thick head over dark amber but translucent body. Curtain of lacing draped over the glass after repeated sips. 4.5

S Medium malt, licorice, dark fruits. Interesting, on target with style. 4.5

T Leathery, dark fruit, with twinge of tanginess in the middle of the taste. Welcome taste of dark fruits, raisins, linger for several minutes after last sip. 4.0

M Moderate feel with prominent tastes, smooth and big head.

D Good drinkability as I finished my glass without any trouble.

Notes: Had seen this several times in bottles before today. Nice to have on tap at the brewpub.

Photo of NeroFiddled
3.73/5  rDev -1.3%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Batch 340/341.
A: A very dark chestnut brown with a reddish cast. It almost looks black sitting on the bar. Clear, until later pours rouse the yeast sediment. Massive head of creamy light tan froth. Initial sheets of lace are left behind, and then frothy rings with each sip.

S: Brett. A bit of mustiness. Some sharp fruit. Not much else.

T: Tangy followed by a splash of dark fruit (some plum, date, fig, cherry, peach). A flash of citrus. Brett. Earth. Mustiness. Barn. Minor maltiness going into the swallow. Damp cardboard. Non-distinct spice. A dust of cocoa. Raspy dry wood (oak, cedar). Dry finish with a hint of everything that came before and a smear of plastic-like phenol.

M: Medium-light bodied. Initially a bit zesty. Later it becomes bristling, and then almost kind of creamy-smooth.

D: I let this beer warm for at least 10 minutes before tasting it, and at that point I initially found it a little lacking as it was seemingly one very basic flavor combination (mostly brett characteristics and fruit), but as it warmed it opened up and became much more interesting. And the yeast pour added some complexity to it to be sure. But even then it was still not that rich or involved. I enjoyed it, mainly for the straw-like, horse-blanket, mineral and tart contributions of the Brettanomyces, and the oak, but it never got off the ground. So, I'd say that it's better than the Bam E.S.B., but I'll take any other Jolly Pumpkin before this one. On a wider scale... it's OK. It's at least interesting. It has a place in the world.

Photo of batty
2.42/5  rDev -36%
look: 4.5 | smell: 2.5 | taste: 2 | feel: 2.5 | overall: 2.5

bought and drank in cambridge, ma. october 09.

dark, almost black with slightly off-white head, thick and nice on the head.. rocky and dense, good lace. brown tinge as i hold it up to the light

pretty weak, really. farmhouse-y smell, but minimal else. touch of chocolate and roasty malts

not impressed, honestly. taste is a bit watery, tiny bit of spritz, decent farmhouse taste, but no backing to speak of. tiniest bit of roasty malts on the end, and finishes pretty clean, w/ just a slight after-taste of the farm.

mouthfeel is smooth, but thin, slightly watery, enough carbonation to be spritzy, but overall doesn't work well

easy to drink, but boring.

overall pretty disappointing. i felt like there could be so much more, such great potential in the idea of this beer, but really poor follow through, at least in this bottle.

Photo of llikkrad
5/5  rDev +32.3%
look: 5 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 5

I poured a 2009 release of this bam noire into a burgundy wine glass made by Riedel. The bottle reads batch 403.

Appearance: Dark brown with hints of dark purple and dark red. Pours an inch of light frothy tiny champagne like bubbles. When swirled, the bubbles create small walls with fading patterns as they slide down the fine crystal. The beer is slightly hazy with a touch of unsettled sediment. It is close to opaque, very difficult to see through the beverage.

Smell: Dark blackberry, medium malty nose, Black cherry, Cognac and Vanilla.

Taste: The same flavors follow through on the pallette. There is a medium minus hop bitterness. Dark berry fruit with subtle power starts and is joined by subtle piny hops flavor with a touch of chocolate malty flavors. Creamy cocoa with edges of Dark cassis and Fig finish wiht a lingering quality of vanilla and dark berries. Baking spices dance in the background of all of these other flavors.

Mouthfeel: Medium weight moves into refreshing acidity and edgy bubbles. Bubbles party in your mouth at this point cleansing all the surfaces touched by the beverage. This is so refreshing but still has a light richness and finishes clean with subtle dark berry flavors lingering.

Drinkability: This beer is incredibly well balanced and refreshing. It has dark flavors and has the most impressive acidity with well integrated hop profiles. The levels of malt are subtle and the beer finishes dry. This beer would be an impecable pairing for pulled pork or fresh bacon.

Photo of Jmoore50
3.46/5  rDev -8.5%
look: 4.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3

The appearance rates so high because this thing has a sticky frothy head that I have not seen in a very very long time. The color is a dark brown-amber color. The lacing on the sides of my glass are ridiculous as well.

The smell is of dark fruits, cocoa, coco cola.

The taste is weird. It is not quite a true farmhouse and not quite a true stout. It is a fifty/fifty for both. Not any strong overwhelming characteristics. There are chocolate flavors as well as hints of coffee at the end. A coca cola type mouthfeel. I can also taste a faint hop characteristic in the beginning as well.

The whole thing is hard to get through. Not really my thing. It is light bodied with faint tastes. Slightly disappointed.


Photo of BigAl723
4.15/5  rDev +9.8%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

On tap at Jolly Pumpkin's new cafe in Ann Arbor.

A: This beer poured a deep mahogany color that was also a little cloudy. It resembled a rusty rail road spike. Not much of a head.

S: Plums, chocolate, sour, funk. Earthy and sweet like top soil. This is one very pleasant smelling brew.

T: The taste resembles the smell quite a bit. Obviously it's funky and sour like almost all JP brews but the funk was more on the lower with this one. Very dark, earthy, and smooth. Towards the end some coffee and chocolate notes come through very nicely.

M: Medium mouthfeel with not a whole lot of carbonation. If it wasn't for the sourness, there would be a lot to be desired by the mouthfeel.

D: Very drinkable beer. A great session brew at under five percent. It tastes good too which makes the drink even better.

Overall, a really good beer from JP. They continue to amaze me.

Photo of paco1029384756
4.17/5  rDev +10.3%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Batch #250.

Pours a deep burgundy color with a fizzy off white head and a nice ring of lacing.

Scent of yeast, sour dark fruit, earth, and coffee. Funky, sweet, sour and earthy, a great scent.

Taste of sour dark fruit, yeast, coffee, cocoa powder, tobacco, leather, and earth. Not quite as good as the scent, but this has aged nicely and offers a great complexity.

Mouthfeel is light bodied and smooth with a good strong bite.

Photo of sweetbrew82
2.56/5  rDev -32.3%
look: 4 | smell: 3 | taste: 2.5 | feel: 2 | overall: 2

22 oz. into a tulip/ Batch 403

P: Deep plum with a light tan head of frothy foam that shows a decent amount of firmness and density. Shows good retention before it settles to a thick sheet of bubbles on the surface while leaving some nice lace behind.

A: Smells like rotten fruits, with notes of green apples, lemons, and sour cherries being the strongest of the bunch. Some toasted malt is there, too, along with some Bretty funk, vanilla, brown sugar, and a little bit of cocoa powder. It smells like nothing I have ever come across before, that's for sure!

T: The first thing I notice upon the first sip is the grape skin-like astringency that is plaguing this brew on the backhalf of the mouthful. The second thing I notice is that they must have pulled the reins back on the Bretty funk, because it's nowhere near as funky as others have mentioned when I compare my notes to theirs. What is there is a band aid-like medicinal flavor along with a slight barnyard funkiness and a fruity presence (similar to the nose) that tastes like it was pureed in a blender and battered in cocoa powder. The toasted grains bring some caramel with them, but they don't even make their presence felt until the finish, which only contributes to the fact that the body seems to overload the malt foundation. This is just not coinciding with me and my palate at any point along the journey. I was expecting much, much more from this beer, damn it!

M: Bam Noire is a medium-light bodied beer with a very airy, almost watery feel that is way too thin to provide any depth of character, whatsoever. Furthermore, the very soft carbonation never even takes a jab at the tongue and leaves me with an impression of a still, boring beer that just does nothing for me.

Notes: Well, I could tell from the nose that this beer wasn't going to provide enough funk to satisfy me, but the lack of Brett on my palate was ridiculous. Add to that the bitter astringency, the lack of interesting flavors, the absence of good carbonation, and the thin, watery feel, and you've got yourself a beer that utterly fails to impress me. I'm quite disappointed with this offering from Jolly Pumpkin.

Photo of KarlHungus
4.14/5  rDev +9.5%
look: 4 | smell: 5 | taste: 4 | feel: 3 | overall: 4

This beer pours a dark mahogany color. The head is a half inch in height, and recedes quickly into a quarter inch cap of white foam. The aroma is very sour, and very tart with a solid yet soft malt undercurrent that seems to weld everything together. This is a very inviting aroma for someone who loves wild beers, and in fact it makes my checks pucker and my mouth water. The taste is mellower in the sour/tartness, but it is still noticeable. The malt is a lot more pronounced too, but it doesn't seem to add anything to the beer. The taste is nice, but not great like the aroma. The mouthfeel is thin with a watery texture, and lively carbonation. Overall, this is a nice beer. I think it would benefit if the taste were even just a little more sour.

Photo of GRG1313
2.59/5  rDev -31.5%
look: 4 | smell: 2.5 | taste: 2.5 | feel: 2.5 | overall: 2.5

Dark brown with light tan head-nice looking

Light simple sour nose.

Thin citrus mouth.

Light citrus simple sour flavors. Not much of anything for this one. A pleasant, light, simple citrus brew but not worthy of Jolly Pumpkin. Best thing about this one is the cool label. By the way, it's not really bad; it's just not good. It tastes sort of like a lightly spiced, lightly sour "less sweet" 7Up.

Photo of BEERchitect
4.03/5  rDev +6.6%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

In true Jolly Pumpkin style, Bam Noire has all the great funky flavors along with a dry, spicy finish and a underlying toasty, powdery note througout. Here's more on the session...

The beer pours with a deep amber, moderate brown color with slight haze, a very persistant egg-shell white head with a great deal of lacing and retention. A really nice looking beer.

Aromas of toasty malts, vibrant breads, and tart fruits lead the way. Light phenolic spices of white pepper, cumin, and plastics follow up. While the spiciness is nice, the plastics are a bit of a let-down.

Those fruity flavors of lemons, grapefruit, under-ripened berries, orange zest, and pear piths set the flavors. Soon enough the toasty malt character comes in with bold force and do a bit more than just balance; they garner attention and ride the dry toasty flavor deep into the finish. Woodsy, funky, cork-y flavors offer tart and nearing sourness notes that offer more intrigue than distractions.

Quite dry and malty textures offer creaminess up front and then dries considerably and creates moderate astringencies in the finish. Challenging but pleasant and refreshing beginning to end.

Photo of cokes
2.68/5  rDev -29.1%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3 | taste: 2.5 | feel: 2.5 | overall: 2.5

Muddied dark tan with some glints of auburn. The beige head is short lived and leaves minor lacing.
Roasty nose, in a broad, ill-defined way, somewhere among grains, weak coffee, and woodchips. Light sourness peeks in, but flits off just as quick.
Roasted grain appears initially across the tongue. It never develops a deeper sense of maltiness. Then it turns blisteringly dry. It's like throwing in a chaw of sawdust. Yeast exacerbates the acrid dryness. With no real sour or sweet counterparts, this is a one-sided affair. An a pretty brutal one.
It's a bit mushy in feel, starting effervescent, and growing gradually flatter.
It can't overcome the overwhelming, crushing sense of dryness. There's some promise here (and I like the original Bam), but nothing steps up flavor-wise to complete it.

Photo of Floydster
3.78/5  rDev 0%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

12 ounce bottle acquired as an extra in a recent trade with brewdan, thanks again, drank on Tuesday night, reviewed from notes, served in a Rader snifter, color is medium brown with some dark orange in it, 1/2 inch bubbly white head, not much retention, minimal lacing, aroma consists of tart roasted malts, lemon juice, sour apples, brettanomyces, some spices, and cherries, starts off with berry-like fruits and cherries, caramel in the middle that is a little roasty finish has a bit of spice, pretty tart the whole way through but it is always in the background, does not jump right out at you, nicely balanced between sweet and sour with the fruits, this works well, fruity and tart mouthfeel, medium body, lots of carbonation, taste lingered fairly well, pretty easy to drink despite its color, light in alcohol and cannot taste any, smooth stuff, glad to see this stuff is available in California now, will be drinking again, add another solid brew to Jolly Pumpkin's lineup that I have had now, recommended

Photo of ballewblake
2.88/5  rDev -23.8%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 2.5 | feel: 3 | overall: 2.5

Poured into a snifter.

One finger tan head that killed quick, dark brown/black body. Oak on the nose. Oak on the tongue, dry and slightly sour. Not much in flavor or complexity. Minimal lacing. Decent sour, not really interesting considering the dark malts could have added much more to it. Disappointed in this JP, they can't all be winners.

Photo of IBUnit63
3.35/5  rDev -11.4%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3 | overall: 3

Slight pffft of the cap on this 750...Batch 340/341 into Ommegang chalice...

Pours a turbid color that's a split between espresso, iced coffee and root beer. Head is that of a flatter root beer - that wispy ginger-colored stuff. Pretty translucent; can't see the carbonation but I'm pretty sure it's there. Lacing is pretty sparse; head retention is, well...there's not a whole hell of a lot to retain. Second pour is a lot better - 2/3 finger of head with a chunky seam - lacing and retention has a little more meat on the bone.

There's sort of a Flanders Red/Oud Bruin sweet, vinegar essence that is cut nicely by the yeast electricity. Piney to an extent but not aggressively hoppy nor extremely dry, even though it's not incredibly viscous and sweet. This shows a little bit of funk but not huge.

Wow, it reminds me of a Fantome offering. In its stillness the funk becomes much more evident; this is getting drier and drier by the minute. Less vinegar and dark candi sugar quality than notes on the nose, but enough to make it interesting. Hoppy pine is in there, too with balsa wood maltiness. Maybe not true to style as it stands today but it's definitely interesting. Warmth gets it a little closer to the ballpark.

I of course enjoy the dryness but don't really dig the acidic vinegar bite on the back end - I would prefer a brighter, more carbonated effort with some solid, hard core bone dryness and some spring in its step.

This may have some old-school Saison qualities but it's not what I think of when the word "Saison" comes to mind. It drinks a little slower than your average Saison - the vinegar tones and the darkish fruit - a little apple and prune - maybe a touch of cinnamon and clove - slow it up a bit, definitely. Am guessing that JP accomplished what it wanted to here 'cause there are no true flaws to me - I just don't enjoy it as a representative of the Saison style.

Photo of mntlover
3.8/5  rDev +0.5%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Pours a light brown red hints clear when held to the light lots of bubbles clinging to the glass. Nice big fluffy head that falls slowly and laces well.

Aroma light malts hints of smokey peat, cherries tart, vinegar notes. Aroma is almost tart in smell.

Taste is like the nose, light tart vinegar light cherry notes. Very light hints of peat, some spice from yeast lightly peppery notes and hints of nutmeg maybe. Finish is dry vinegary tartness and decent note of funk.

Mouthfeel is light side of medium with noticeable carbonation, seems to play out the spice nicely.

Drinkability is good might be a touch to tart with out enough going on to back it up. Still enjoyable though, might not be on par with other Jolly Pumpkins I have had but enjoyable just the same.

Photo of peabody
3.61/5  rDev -4.5%
look: 4.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Pours out a clear reddish black with a certain clarity that can be easily seen through. Two to three fingers of off-white suds then the wonderful lacing make this a great looking beer.
Smell is sour cherrywood and oatmeal cookies. I get a little yeast aroma but it is very faint.
Taste is elmers glue at first then the sour aftertaste comes through with a black currant bitterness.
Mouthfeel is a little dirty at times but the dry bitterness on the roof of the mouth is nice.
Drinkablilty is only OK here. I am just not a Jolly Pumpkin type of drinker.

Photo of BeerImmediately
4.15/5  rDev +9.8%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Poured with a surprisingly large, 4F head. Dark ruby in color when held to the light, with a foamy tan head that left plenty of lacing.

Smell was unexpectedly sweet - like a pumpkin/cinnamon spiced beer with a hint of raisins and Belgian yeast.

After that aroma, the taste was also surprising - in that it was back to basics - typical dark saison. Sour cider bite, maybe a little vinegar, grassy barnyard funk, and aftertaste that had a slight peat smoked quality.

Mouthfeel was good for a low ABV Saison - smooth carbonation, slightly puckering bite... maybe a little too sour.

I don't mind a little sour bite in my Saison, so I found this to be plenty drinkable.

Photo of Treborofmoria
4.45/5  rDev +17.7%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 5 | overall: 4

I had this on tap in the Jolly Pumpkin Brewpub just north of Traverse City. I would agree with most reviewers that it is definitely an aquired taste, as are all JP beers. This is belgian in style and contains plenty of funk. This beer is high in carbonation and has a wonderful brown color. The tartness could be unpleasant if it is unexpected. I would have no problem using this as a session beer. The lighter mouthfeel is fine for summer, even though the color says fall. Keep up the good work, Ron.

Bam Noire from Jolly Pumpkin Artisan Ales
85 out of 100 based on 746 ratings.