Flaming Fury | Captain Lawrence Brewing Co.

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Flaming FuryFlaming Fury

Brewed by:
Captain Lawrence Brewing Co.
New York, United States

Style: American Wild Ale

Alcohol by volume (ABV): 8.00%

Availability: Rotating

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Added by BeerAdvocate on 10-13-2009

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Photo of ucusty
4.2/5  rDev -3.2%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 3

Thanks to Eyedrinkale for sharing this one! Hazy orange pour with a fizzy white head. Aroma is extremely lactic with subtle hints of peaches pineapple and green apple. Flavor is dry and extremely acidic. Finish is peachy, dry and leaves a burning sensation in the back of my throat due to all the acidity. Too bad this has been so hard for me to acquire b/c its a damn fine sour and I wish I had some tucked away!

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Photo of Thorpe429
4.02/5  rDev -7.4%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Opened at a recent tasting with bmanning, Azurelimits, amyliz4, and hhanson.

A: Pours a pale, clody apricot with a nice white head and a good amount of lacing as it makes its way down.

S: Way sour with plenty of character behind it. Loads of unripe peach alongside oak, apricot, more sourness, and some green apple.

T: Loads of sourness pack the initial punch, followed by peaches, apricots, oak, and green apple. Not the most complex of sours, but this one really hit hard. The peach flavor wasn't too strong; mostly the sourness coming through right now.

M: Mouth-puckering to the extreme. Definitely one of the most sour beers I've had in a long time.

D: A little too unbalanced in the sour direction without accompanying complexity to be truly drinkable, but the several-ounce pour that I had was very nice to work through.

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Photo of alcstradamus
4.68/5  rDev +7.8%
look: 5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Thanks for this one Jim!

Pours a cloudy orange/yellow with a finger of head that dies down to a persistent collar. This one just glows with its peachy goodness.

The aroma is a blast of tart citrus. I would have a tough time making out the peaches if I didn't already know that that is what it was. Lots of lemon, grape, and apples mixed in. Not much funk, but there is a bit of mustiness present.

The flavor is WOW sour....sour and fruity and sour and musty and sour and delicious. Did I mention sour? The peaches here lend an awesome fruit backbone but much like the aroma I wouldn't be able to distinguish them from other citrus fruit if I didn't already know that they were in the barrels. There are hints of band-aid funk, but they remain subdued.

The body is medium and the carbonation is a bit more prickly than I prefer but fairly normal for the style. Overall this one has just kicked my ass with its sour goodness. My palate is dead after 4 oz. and I love it. I wish I had cases of this because it is exactly what I look for in an American Wild Ale.

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Photo of soccerman7
4.54/5  rDev +4.6%
look: 4 | smell: 5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Got to try this one finally

A - Very nice and simple. Little to no head, but not uncommon for a sour. Light carbonation.

S - Outstanding. Peaches crossing to a pina colada. Sourness was definitely there with some other spice like notes.

T - So much going on. Peaches start but the sourness takes over. Not as funky or hard as cantillon, but a more restrained sourness. This was really great. Slowly drank the glass letting it evolve.

M - Solid mouth feel, a bit on the chewy side.

D - An outstanding funky sour. This really was a special treat.

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Photo of hoppymcgee
4.72/5  rDev +8.8%
look: 4.5 | smell: 5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 5

Thanks to Scott Vaccaro for this masterpiece.

A: Milky, hazy, with a thin film swirly head. Looks like an apple juice tripel. A little sedimentation is the only thing that hurts the appearance.

S: Pungent aroma of fresh peaches, hot phenols, sour candy straws.

T: "Millions of peaches, peaches for me". Tart moreso than funky, earthy, potent. A little bit goes a long way with this guy.

M: Good amount of carbonation, smooth, dry. Fills your mouth with peach.

D: A bottle a night of Flaming Fury will make the doctor scurry.

Overall, a quite fulfilling beer. One to be cherished. If you have multiple bottles - drink one now, and save one for years to come.

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Photo of callmemickey
4.32/5  rDev -0.5%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Thanks to kennyo for sharing.

A: A cloudy, hazy golden body. Real thin slightly fizzy head. Very little retention. No lacing.

S: Tremendously funky. Peach, green apple, lactic notes and some vinegar tucked in the background. Quite inviting.

T: Wow, this sucker was tart. More tart than I was expecting. Again peach and green apples are most prominent with a woodsy oak and general musty funkiness.

M: Moderate carbonation is nice with this medium bodied brew. Honestly, I found the tartness a bit distracting. I've had some tarter brews, but there was something about the tartness here that was a little off-putting. Maybe the lack of lemon notes to cut through it? Maybe not dry-enough?

D: Very solid, and an interesting treat. I am saving my bottle for a while I think to see how the tartness progresses with age.

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Photo of Mora2000
4.32/5  rDev -0.5%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Big thanks to swalden28 for sharing this sour gem out of a 375 ml bottle.

The beer pours a cloudy light yellow color with a white head. The aroma is very tart with some lemon and other citrus notes. The flavor is tart lemons as well as sour apple. High carbonation and medium mouthfeel. The beer finishes very dry, just begging you to take another drink. An outstanding sour that I wish I could try again.

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Photo of Jmoore50
4.77/5  rDev +9.9%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 5

Holy smokes, this thing is incredible. I have read posts saying that is equal to or greater than Yellow Bus, which is interesting. This thing was a very enjoyable sour, and Captain Lawrence is climbing my list of breweries to watch for. Incredible.

The appearance is cloudy yellow with a white head. It is really hazy, no clarity. Slathers the sides of my Lost Abbey glass with oil, just leaving its mark.

The smell is heavenly. Strong Brett, lemon rind, peaches, peaches, and pineapple.

The taste is even better than the smell. It is perfect. Love it. Lemon, Lime, Peaches, sour funk, juicy awesomeness is a new flavor I am going to describe this one. Sour, tart, juicy, fruity, my mouth waters and doesn't stop. Excellent.

The mouthfeel is great, sour and tart, with the sweet sugars from the fruit makes this one stand out in my mind. It is somewhat acidic, effecting my sinuses like a few sours that have been epic.

Highly recommended, stunner!

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Photo of xpimptastikx
4.57/5  rDev +5.3%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 5

A big thanks to Damian for this trade.

A - Pours cloudy golden with a thin sheet of white head that recedes to decent lacing. A little darker in color than a straight gueuze, but similar to IP.

S - Great lactic nose with a touch of brett once it starts to warm. Peach, oak, and band aids round it out.

T - Starts tart up front which leads to a nice citrus peach and ends with oak notes. Not quite as bright as IP, but definitely one of the best balanced American Wilds I've had.

M/D - Light carbonation dances lightly over the tongue and allows you to fully enjoy the depth without destroying your palate. Drinkability is obviously great for me since I love extremely sour beers and this one definitely one of the best American Wilds I've had. I'd love to try to some more CL wilds and/or Allagash.

The American Wild is the closest I've had to a true Belgian, like Cantillon or Drie Fonteinen

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Photo of rpstevens
3.97/5  rDev -8.5%
look: 4.5 | smell: 5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Shared by mjn5036 at a recent tasting, poured into a mini goblet. The beer pours a light effervescent golden color with a thin white head that quickly fades to a bubbly ring around the edges, leaving a slight amount of oily lacing.

The nose on this beer is outstanding. The ripe peaches are tart and sweet at the same time and they overwhelm the other notes completely. There is a bit of musty oak and hints of vinegar, but the peaches really outshine everything else and set the tone for this one.

The peaches don't shine as much on the tongue as they do in the nose. The vinegar tartness really overshadows everything and relegate the peaches to a backup role. The beer is very sour, but it borderlines on harsh.

The mouthfeel is pleasant, very light, well carbonated, the vinegar flavor is a bit overwhelmingly sour, but the beer maintains it's integrity. The alcohol is well incorporated into the flavors and well hidden (everything is hidden by the vinegar), just a bit too much vinegar sour for this one to receive high scores in drinkability.

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Photo of AgentZero
4.32/5  rDev -0.5%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

A - This isn't a "pretty" beer, but I actually like the look of it. Very cloudy, orangish/yellow color, with a very unfiltered look. Almost reminds me of orange juice in a way. Lots of stuff floating in it, even a bit of peach substance floating in there. Small head disappeared almost immediately.

S - Peachy smell, very tart and sour. A bit of oaky goodness in there, slightly funky yeast.

S - The taste definately delivers on the smell. Peachy, sweet but not too much, and a nice tart sourness to it. It's not overbearing or too "peachy", but melds nicely with the rest of the beer. It's a pretty fruity wild, but doesn't over do it.

M - Lighter side of medium bodied, a bit of a pulp like texture comes through. Decently carbonated.

D - Very easy to drink, as it tastes great, and the sourness fades the more you drink it. Worry that the sweetness could become an issue at some point, but hard to say for certain. Wish this were easier to get and came in bigger bottles, would love to drink this again.

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Photo of jrallen34
4.71/5  rDev +8.5%
look: 3 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 5

I drank this from a 375ml bottle into my Orval glass.

The beer pours a very ugly murky watered down apple cider, very ugly, looks like wort. There is a light white head that is gone quickly.

The aroma is very nice and balanced. It has a very nice medium sour start that gives you what you are looking for in a sour but not enough to over power the senses. It is balanced nicely with some sweet notes at the end, I'd say they are peach but don't necessarily smell like it.

The taste is really nice. It has a medium sour taste to it, not horse blanket funk, just nice sourness. This is a balanced with a very distinct peach finish. It is sour, its sweet, its awesome.

The feel is a little light for my taste and there isn't much of a finish.

This is totally drinkability, I could drink this like juice all day long.

To me this is a peach fruit beer with a spice. It has a nice sourness that most fruit beers don't have, but that is why I like this. This beer is very balanced and very nice to drink.

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Photo of tpd975
4/5  rDev -7.8%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3

Thanks to tampabrew for this one.

A: Pours a murky orange colored hue with a tall fizzy white head. No retention or lace noted.

S: Aromas of peach, mild citrus, farts, and oak.

T: Mild fresh peach juice with hints of rotting peaches as well. Hints of cheese, citrus, and vinegar. Big blast of sour in the middle, with notes of wood.

M: On the lighter side of medium, fairly sour, almost to the point of biting.

D: Not the most drinkable, but a tasty sour.

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Photo of Gueuzedude
4.2/5  rDev -3.2%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Sampled December 2009
Fairly well carbonated and a careful pour produces a fizzy, pale colored head that subsides to a thin, but covering layer fairly quickly. The aroma has an acetic acid note that is dominant, but there are some floral notes here that could perhaps be what is left of the peach aromatics. Secondary notes of musty earth, lightly moldy leather, musky Brettanomyces aromatics that reminds me a touch of baby vomit and a soft, but nice urea note that adds a hint of lovely cat piss. If you really dig for it there is perhaps a touch of pale grain cracker-like character. This definitely has a nice aroma, while the acetic is dominant, it does not drown out the complexity that lies just underneath it.

This has a nice, bracing sourness to it that is a good mix of ample lactic sourness and backing, spicy acetic notes that add a touch of a hard edge. Floral peach notes are noticeable, but I would probably descripe it as floral frutiness if I didn't know about the peach addition. The middle and front of the finish also has a touch of urea to it, but this competes with the more noticeable acetic acid vinegar notes. There seems to be just a wisp of sweetness to this otherwise bone-dry beer, and this helps to accentuate the floral flavors. The Brett is much subdued by the acidity, but soft notes of baby vomit, an earthy muskiness as well as a mustiness are noticeable. A touch of astringency in the finish hints at tannic oak and there is perhaps just a touch of woody spiciness here too.

As the beer warms up the peach becomes much more distinct in both the nose and aroma; especially in the aroma it is now distinctly peach like. In fact the aroma almost explodes with the scents of a ripe, freshly cut into peach; complex, floral, fruity and fantastic. Even the flavor has some distinct peach notes to it, even if not quite so distinctly as the nose.

The aroma ends up quite complex despite the up front acetic edge, on the other hand the secondary flavors are not qutie robust enough to stand up to the onslaught of lactic and acetic sourness that dominates the flavor profile; there is still enough in the flavor to keep this interesting, but it could use more funkiness to balance the ample acid character. Still this is not a bad beer, and I was in quite the mood to be drinking a hard sour beer; and this certainly fits the bill as I can even feel it a bit in my stomach :-)

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Photo of Billolick
4.42/5  rDev +1.8%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Small (12.7 oz.) capped bottle. Been sitting in my beer closet in cold storage since the release date. Pours light amber, with a near golden hue. Some yeasty chunkage is spotted floating around and some tiny bubbles continue to rise. Dark eggshell head, thin and tiny bubble, goes to a thicker film and leaves near world class scattered larger bits of sticky lace and low lying sheeting. Bright fruity and bitingly sour nose, also quite a whiff of some serious barnyard/horse blanket. Outstanding smelling brew. The sour and funk continue onto the palate and tongue, more great fruity sourness, barnyard wild ale goodness and in general complexly good times continue to abound. Quite yeasty/cloudy final pour, adds the expected nutty note, but the sour continues to cut through and shine. Another wildly well done creation from the Captain.

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Photo of WesWes
4.42/5  rDev +1.8%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

The beer pours a hazy gold color with a thin white head that slowly fades to lacing. The aroma is killer! It's light and dry with a huge fruity sourness. The peach character is very nice, but the horsehair funk is tremendous. The taste is awesome. Wow, what a sour bite on this one. It's crisp and fruity with excellent peach notes and a dry, acidic finish. The mouthfeel is good. It is a low/medium bodied beer with good carbonation. This is a real treat for sure. It's very crisp with a sensational sour character. Love those peaches!

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Photo of craytonic
4.75/5  rDev +9.4%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 4.5

NOTE: As this has aged it has soured considerably and lost much of the pach flavors I enjoyed. This review was on 2/20/2010 of the most recent batch. As of 1/1/2011 I would give it probably a 4.2 or so.

Had a bottle of this the day after opening a yellow bus.

Appearance: Nice hazy golden peach, enormous white head with some decent lacing.

Smell: Peach here, good meaty peach, not skin or fluff. The sort of stuff I cut up and put on come ice cream with blackberries. Also a nice funk to it. Very well done, complex.

Taste: Nice peach up front, eclipsed only by the lemony sourness. Bit of vinegar and light funk. Very well done.

Mouthfeel: Perhaps a bit over-carbonated initially, but that quickly fades.

Drinkability: Off the charts, please make more. Beats yellow bus hands down. Between this and Rosso E Maronne, this brewery is going places.

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Photo of Bitterbill
4.62/5  rDev +6.5%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Bottle courtesy of the great trader NutBrown. Thanks Alan!

375ml capped green bottle.

I pulled this from my "cellar" and when I popped the cap, I saw what was coming....perfect timing on my part as not a drop was lost!

Yellow yellow, orange orange in colour, very cloudy too, it has about an inch of foam and the lacing looks to be fine and dandy.

Putting my nose over my glass, man, this is one sour puppy! Lemom tartness, lots of vinegar notes, and an unmistakable aroma of peaches. Wow. It smells scrumptious. The way I like my American Wild Ales to smell.

OK, the first sip convinces me right off that this is a superb beer! Peaches galore along with a nice vinegar tartness has my mouth puckering at first but now, after a few more sips, I can taste a fairly large malt backbone of some sweet notes but man, just when I feel they're going to play a big role in the taste, the wonder tart takes over again. And again. Now some pepper shows up and adds a nice spice factor. Wow!

On the light side of medium bodied with lowish carbonation, it finishes decidedly? Tart!

Drinkability? I seem to be zooming through this glass but hang on, the alcohol is kind of up there and brings some warming. Take it slow and easy because of *that* but more importantly, take it slow and easy cuz it's just that damn good. A wonderful brew!!

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Photo of emerge077
4.35/5  rDev +0.2%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Thanks to Mark for sharing this!

Review from notes, fairly short ones, so I must have been too busy enjoying the beer :)

Hazy peach tone, a weak string of bubbles cling to the edges, with a few random spots of lacing. A lightly acetic sharpness in the nose, vinous and even leafy. Flavor has a cleaner lactic tartness, zesty and firmly puckering. A clear residual peach flavor lingers on the palate after the sour train rolls through. Very clean and refreshing sour ale. Would love to have more of this on hand in the Spring and Summer...

2016: had a 375ml, seemed a bit more one dimensional than the previous notes above. Moderate acidity, vague peach taste, sharper. Seemed more like one of Almanac's less refined fruited sour ales. 3.75

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Photo of JohnGalt1
4.59/5  rDev +5.8%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

inflatablechair brought this over on Saturday.. Thanks a ton Sam!!

Hazy lite gold.. not much of a head..

aroma is fantastic.. bunches of fruity funk.. lactic.. peach skin.

WOW!!! flavor has alot more peach essence.. very fresh fruit flavor .. tight.. again pretty lactic.. reminds me of peach yogurt.. sweet and ooooh so tart... yummy.. finish is very dry and sour with only lacto and peach essence.. some acetic presence with warmth.

The body is lite with good carbonation... Simply wonderful.. Thanks goes out to Sam... and to Eric for a good sample a while back.. Really one of the brews that should go down in history.


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Photo of vacax
3.58/5  rDev -17.5%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Golden in color, quite translucent with a slight ring of bubbles. Smells vaguely of peaches, ripe and tart, lemons, and nail polish. Tastes of mild funk, sulphuric acids, moderately sour. Finish has nail polish and peach skins. Medium bodied with lighter carbonation. This is a mild beer with not enough strong good flavors to compensate for the weaker points of the beer. The peaches are the good thing, but they are close to unnoticeable.

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Photo of womencantsail
4.15/5  rDev -4.4%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

Thanks to Bobby for opening this one up during out tasting this past weekend.

A: The pour is much like Little Linda's with a pale, hazy golden color, however this beer has a small white head.

S: The nose has a slight funk to the nose which is quickly overwhelmed by the peaches. The lactic tartness provides a nice lemony aroma to contrast the peaches.

T: The sweet peaches are balanced well by a strong acidity. The tartness really provides a nice counterpoint to the fruit and gives the beer a decent complexity. There is a touch of oak and funk, but the peaches really are the star.

M: The beer is almost enamel erodingly acidic. The carbonation is low, which doesn't really help the slick, thin feel on the tongue.

D: This was a nice beer and an interesting combination of sweet and sour. While I find some other sour beers with sweetness to be off-putting (ie. Little Linda's or Transatlantique Kriek), this one has actual fruit flavor rather than sugary pie filling.

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Photo of BARFLYB
4.52/5  rDev +4.1%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 5 | overall: 4.5

12.7oz bottle into my Cantillon glass watching Damages. Picked this up at the brewery not to long ago.

Flaming fury, on the light golden side with yellow sunbeams creating a slight haze. Some soda like white fizz on the top with activity, settles fairly quick leaving some poka-dot spots here and there. A white ring aound the glass after some time.

A big blend of peaches, some brett notes, barnyard, hay and some wood in the back. I noticed the peach character tamed down even after only a few months, this was a lot sharper then. The 2nd pour with the dregs really opened up the earth on the scent.

I really like where this is at now but the peaches are fading a bit, the golden ale base is showing more and the malts while sweet and low are noted. This still is mouth puckeringly sou though with sharp peaches and wild yeast melding nice. Under that an assortment of barnyard and wild yeast notes. Minimal oak apeaance.

Very tart and pucker inducing, fury is a medium bodied beer with very high carbonation which leads to a sharp and crisp beginning and ending. One of the sourest bees that I have had all year, although I found it even more tart within a week of release, ah well, this is still great. The body is a bit bigger than alot of wild's i've had.

I'm looking forwad to a bottle of this in the summer as it seems like the perfect drink for that season. I had to get a review in befoe the peach faded anymore though. There's no telling where this one is going to go in a year or two besides the peach fading but the brett addition seems strong in FF. This is easy drinking for somebody who knows what they are getting into, other's I don't know, the fury is very aggressive.

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Photo of largadeer
3.53/5  rDev -18.7%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

Got this one from sinstaineddemon in a trade a few months back. Thanks!

Pale cloudy blond in the glass, like ripe peach flesh. There's still a lot of sediment in suspension despite having let this one settle for a week. A small white head tops the straw-colored body, retaining for a moment before eventually receding to a crown.

Peaches are immediately noticeable on the nose, though they're not explosively aromatic. There's some lactic sourness behind it, acetone, lemon-like acidity and a touch of solvent. Not exceptionally complex, but the fresh fruit character is enjoyable.

Tart, unripened stone fruit is the first flavor to reach the palate, followed by lemony acidity and a hint of vanilla. There's a fair bit of acetone, too. The mid-palate brings out a creamy sweetness that, combined with the fresh peach flavor, brings to mind peaches and cream. The body is light and crisp, almost to a fault; I find myself wanting a fuller mouthfeel and more tannin from the oak to add some dryness and astringency. As it stands, the finish just sort of drops off abruptly, leaving only a hint of peaches on the tongue. Fairly good overall, though it didn't impress me as much as I had hoped.

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Photo of OlieIPA
4.61/5  rDev +6.2%
look: 3.5 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 3 | overall: 4.5

Again, another Captain Lawrence brew shared by the almighty Mauerhan, thanks man!

A: A typical hazy golden ale that had a substantial amount of lacing, along with a thin layer head that held its own for quite awhile.

S: A robust tart and sour aroma engulfs the nose at first, masking many of the other underlying smells, but notes of sugary fruits come through towards the end.

T: A very pronounced sweet peach backbone that is supported by a strong tart-pucker flavor, oak, grape, spice, and perhaps a bit of smoke at the tail end. Not as delicate and complex as their other sour golden ale (Cuvee de Castleton), but the flavors coming off this particular beer a more bold and in your face.

M: Mildly carbonated and dry.

D: The flavors are great, but at times...they can be a bit too much. Other than that, another CL beer that can be easily downed in a short amount of time.

Overall: An epic sour! A must try. Cheers!

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Flaming Fury from Captain Lawrence Brewing Co.
4.34 out of 5 based on 262 ratings.
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