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Wilco Tango FoxtrotWilco Tango Foxtrot

Brewed by:
Lagunitas Brewing Company
California, United States | website

Style: American Brown Ale

Alcohol by volume (ABV): 7.85%

Availability: Spring

Notes / Commercial Description:
Imperial Brown Ale

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Photo of Emnmarko
3.85/5  rDev -1.8%
look: 3.75 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 3.75

A- Deep caramel in color. Clear. A lager three finger head develops with a heavy pour. Moderate lacing

S- Bitter hops and roasted malts, vanilla bean, brown sugar. A sweet bready aroma comes through.

T- Sweet bready malts but not as much hop as the nose. Well balanced with a warming aftertaste.

M- Surprisingly light bodied for an imperial brown. Goes down easy.

O- Good not great but it may just be be. While well built and drinkable, to me the flavor seems a little off. This was my first taste of WTF and with no apparent date on the bottle, I don't know if its me or the brew. I'll have to give it another go.

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Photo of dtivp
3.87/5  rDev -1.3%
look: 4 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 3.75

Poured a clear copper brown wit a two finger frothy dull white head that dissipated slowly into a thin cap with moderate lacing.

Aroma of malt and hops with hints of caramel.

Taste of barley malt and hops up front with a slight sweetness of brown sugar and vanilla.

Mouth Feel was medium body with light carbonation, smooth with a slight stickiness. The ending dry with a slight bitter after taste.

Over all this is a nice strong brown ale, a little more bitter than most brown ales that I have had. However, this beer has a nice balance and I would recommend it for a football game beverage.

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Photo of BeerDawgs
4.3/5  rDev +9.7%
look: 3.75 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.25

A - Dark brown, almost mohagony. No clarity. Little lace or head.

S - Huge piny hop aroma with brown sugar. Smells delicious

T - Huge malty backbone, with a good amount of sweetness. Not as hoppy as the aroma. But very smooth. ABV is hidden.

M - Oily, medium bodied, and well carbonated.

O - A damn good imperial brown. Well balanced, smooth, not too sweet. Another brew well done by Lagunitas

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Photo of brureview
3.94/5  rDev +0.5%
look: 4 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

From the label-" We’re not quite in the Red, or in the Black... Does that mean we’re in the Brown?"

Time for a beer:)

An imperial brown ale. Pours a dark copper caramel color with a 3F head which resolves itself within a few minutes.

The aroma is slightly sweet, malty, and with a hint of vanilla. Most brown ales have a lackluster or malty aroma. In this beer, the pleasant aroma is not prominent, but it is different than other brown ales I have tasted.

Mouth feel: moderately carbonated.

Taste- quite interesting for a brown ale. Some grapefruit, light vanilla, slightly sweet, and malty.

Crisp finish with some sweetness.

Overall, an excellent brown ale- different than the typical malty brew- grapefruit, sweetness, and vanilla combine together for an excellent beer.

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Photo of Biffster
3.59/5  rDev -8.4%
look: 3.75 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 3.75

This beer is a crystal clear medium brown with mahogany, copper, and amber highlights. There is a persistent rocky tawny head.

The aroma has a big toffee and caramel start, with lots of dark fruit and dark toasty rye bread notes. Lots of chocolate and a moderate hop presence, which mostly presents as mostly earthy and spicy, along with a little lemony grassy aroma. There is a touch of diacetyl in this sample, but otherwise it is estery and clean.

The flavor is big and malty and sweet. Toasty and just a touch of roast, although no coffee or burnt notes. It is toffee like and sweet at the sip, but there is a substantial hop bitterness to take over, which seems to be slightly amplified by the judicious use of dark malt. The swallow is balanced just slightly to malt, but there is a substantial lingering hop bitterness. The finish is just to the malty side, but not sweet or cloying.

It has a substantial rich creamy mouthfeel, with a moderately full body and a subdued and creamy carbonation.

Overall, this is a nice sipper, balanced and pleasant. It'd be good with roast beef or pork tenderloin, ham, sausage, or maybe even some rich deserts like creme brulee with berries.

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Photo of brurevu
4.1/5  rDev +4.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

From my tasting notes: Lagunitas says it’s a Brown Ale, but in pure Lagunitas style they ratchet up the hops to a level that thoroughly blurs that line. It poured a copper brown with a malty sweetness on the aroma with a hint of hops. The taste was like a mixture of a brown ale and an IPA. There was the sweet nuttiness of the malt balanced by the signature Lagunitas hop bitterness that created another great brew. The body was full and helped weigh down the hoppy profile while maintaining its high drinkability. The WTF was another fine beer from Lagunitas!

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Photo of scotorum
4.13/5  rDev +5.4%
look: 4.25 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4.25

Poured into an Innis & Gunn flute from the 22 oz. bottle.

a: A nearly clear dark reddish amber with an inch tall off-white head dissipated slowly to surface foam and some lacing.

s: Balance of malt and hops.

t: Hops dominate forward but the malt lingers. Very tasty with slight dark fruit tinge.

m: Moderate, carbonation blasts tha palate. Higher ABV is well covered.

o: A wonderfully balanced ale. Great taste only improves as it warms.

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Photo of eclipse54
3.16/5  rDev -19.4%
look: 4 | smell: 3 | taste: 3 | feel: 3 | overall: 3.5

A bottle of WTF split into snifters.

Pours mahogany in color with ruby hues where the light pushes through. An inch of fluffy white head develops, and lingers for a few minutes. Upon settling, a hearty ring of bubbles surrounds the surface while a solid dusting covers it. The aroma is of caramel malt, earthy hops, a bit of spice, and a solid dose of orange/lemon citrus. Some nuts (cashews, most predominantly), toast, and ubiquitous "dark fruit" is buried in there as well. It tastes of citrus, a suite of hops (bitter, earthen, and spicy all appear), and some grass up front. Quickly, the more robust malts push through, and caramel, toast, nuts, plum, and a bit of toffee come through. The mouthfeel is initially lightened by the carbonation, but becomes viscous, sticky, and resinous before too long. Finish is dry. Overall, this is a good strong ale that I'd happily drink again. Like many things (everything?) from Lagunitas, there are a ton of hops here, and they play nicely with the maltier base.

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Photo of archyquaffer
4.05/5  rDev +3.3%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

Poured from a bomber into a shaker. The label assures us that this beer is "a malty, robust, jobless recovery ale". A hint as to style is provided by the statement that "we're not quite in the red, or in the black. Does that mean we're in the brown?".

A moderate pour produces about 1.5 inches of billowy, off-white head. This dissipates slowly and sticks to the sides of the glass, with a head of foam all the way down. A second pour, of a more aggressive character, produces about 2 inches of everlasting head that sticks so hard that it will have to be washed from the sides by frequent sips.... The color is a medium-dark, yellowish brown with the barest hint of ruby.

You can really smell and taste the malt in this one, in spite of the general hoppiness. There's definitely some caramel and chocolate flavor with coffee-toffee undertones, with a slight fruitiness which, counterposed with the grapefruit flavors of the hops, produces flavors suggestive of the bittersweet ambiance of rose hips. The aftertaste lingers in the nose and on the palate, beckoning more sipping-savoring. Warming alcohol sensations as the glass is steadily drained....

I don't consider myself a hophead, as I sometimes think that hops are used to such an excessive degree as to mask the lovely malt flavors. However, I think the brewer has achieved an excellent balance with this beer, which is similar, but superior to, their "brown shugga" ale that I sampled last winter.

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Photo of Slatetank
3.99/5  rDev +1.8%
look: 3.75 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Picked this up at Giant Beer Garden & Eatery, enjoyed chilled in a goblet.

The color is deep brown with crimson highlights with a thick sandstone cap with thick lace clinging to the glass. The bead is fine and clarity is translucent. The smell is very good with deep woody and fruity notes with mild spice and slight sweet malt ester with a mild hop aroma which is slightly piney. The malt aroma comes off as dark caramel with a dark sugar type smell.
The feel is very good with subtle bitterness and balance with malty feel in the middle, moderately high carbonation and light alcohol in the feel with semi-dry finish.

This ale tastes full with malt presence and yeast fruitiness with some dried fruit and light caramel elements with mild woody accent and gentle hops in the background. I like how the mild raisiny flavor from the dark caramel comes through with some rum like molasses character too.The taste has some citrus flavor from the hops too which are almost tropical like a ruby red grapefruit near the last taste. Overall this is a really flavorful beer which I was pleased to try ...I wish I had had one sooner since I passed by it before. This is a drinkable beer with great balance of hop and malt flavor.

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Photo of SeanDonahue
4.03/5  rDev +2.8%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.75

The appearance on this beer is very inviting and enjoyable for any time of the beer. The color is mahogany with a tint of red when shown through the light. When poured into a tulip glass, there was about a two finger head that produced.

The aroma is what attracts me the most to this beer. I get big notes of malted barley in there as if I'm holding the barley seeds in my hand. I also get some raisin notes in there that follow the barley.

The taste on this beer is interesting. There is not much of a hop presence at all. This beer is very smooth and malty as its label describes. It sits in your mouth very well and is delicious going down.

Overall, I would recommend this beer during the autumn season. You're not sitting by the pool wanting a nice crisp IPA but you're also not sitting at home in your Christmas sweater wanting a winter warmer or a stout. Excellent beer though. Pick it up if you see it.

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Photo of philbe311
3.82/5  rDev -2.6%
look: 4.25 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.75 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.75

A - A slightly late to develop cascading pour yields close to three fingers worth dense tightly packed light khaki colored froth with a bit of a rocky batter like top... Rock solid retention and then some that lasts for most of the session... The color is a deep brooding ruby red... A moderate bit of moderate paced carbonation which can be clearly seen along the sides of the glass towards the top... Rich rings of lacing cling to the glass...

S - A brief whiff of piney and resinous goodness... Next is a massive load of malty goodness... Uber amounts of caramel and toffee... Candied sugar... Lollipops... A moderate fruit presence... Candied sweet citrus... A very light woody presence... Each time the glass is brought close to my nose it yields a new layer of depth and complexity...

T - The palate is a near perfect continuation of the nose... The slightly pungent hop presence and over the top malty goodness work in near perfect harmony... There is also the added presence of dark brown sugar...

M - Limited carbonation... Dense... Sleek and sticky... Seems to run the gambit from light to full bodied and everywhere in between... The finish is a bit dry... The mouthfeel proves to be a bit challenging...

D - A rather interesting brew with lots of pluses and a couple of minuses... The mouthfeel proves challenging and some what unappealing... This one lingers in the no man's land between American Strong Ale and American Black Ale... The end result is nothing more than an interesting merely more the slightly interesting brew...

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Photo of hagbergl
4/5  rDev +2%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Enjoyed this big hoppy brown ale–WTF?, indeed–on a cool spring night. 22 oz. brown bottle poured in my Beer Geek Nation tulip glass. Delicious stuff...review details follow below.

Appearance (4/5): This dark brown ale is topped with a huge, billowy off-white head. The big head tells us this is one active, well-carbonated beer. Red highlights can be seen when the beer is held up to the light. This is a very good looking brown ale.

Smell (4/5): Sweet caramel malt and floral hops (Amarillo?) compete for dominance in this one, but not to the beer's detriment. Instead, they compliment one another well. Some people don't like the idea of hoppy brown ales, but let the doubters give this one a smell and maybe they would change their tune. Very interesting mixture of the light, nutty sweetness of traditional brown ales and the green, floral hops of a pale ale or IPA.

Taste (4/5): At the front of the mouth you get smacked with some light, oily hop bitterness, but towards the back, brown ale characteristics come through. The brown characteristics consist of some powdery cocoa, light coffee bean, and dark chocolate. As with the aroma, the beer's brown and IPA characteristics work well together to make a very interesting and fairly unique beer. Good tasting stuff.

Mouthfeel (4/5): This beer definitely has a solid brown's mouthfeel: it's nice and creamy and the finish is dry (not to say chalky). A smooth, clean ale that is very drinkable. Medium carbonation and medium body.

Overall (4/5): Lagunitas Wilco Tango Foxtrot is one of those weird beers that exceeds expectations and is more than just a novelty beer. The hoppy imperial brown ale idea really does work in practice, despite the doubts of narrow-minded purists. Excellent stuff by a brewery that's never afraid to step outside the box and get weird with it.

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Photo of Profchaos20
4.29/5  rDev +9.4%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.75 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4.25

Reviewed 3/23/13 22oz bomber in LFDM tulip

A - Pours a clear brownish red with a two finger light tan head. Nice lacing.

S - Citrusy hops upfront with flower and pine. Notes of spice, malt, brown and burnt sugar in the background.

T - Light citrus hops upfront, sweet malty, molasses, medium bitterness. Smooth. Burnt sugar notes.

M - Medium body, medium carbonation. Lighter than the abv would indicate. Dry.

O - Tasty beer, I really liked the aroma and enjoyed the beer overall. Would definitely buy again.

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Photo of Minkybut
3.82/5  rDev -2.6%
look: 4 | smell: 3.25 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

I poured this outstanding beer into my tumbler at 45 degrees. The beer was auburn colored and poured a really big head. The head was nice and creamy. The beer smelled a little hoppy but did not taste too hoppy. It was a really nice beer from them and received a GREAT rating in my book. I would certainly buy this again.

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Photo of utopiajane
3.28/5  rDev -16.3%
look: 3.75 | smell: 3.25 | taste: 3.25 | feel: 3.25 | overall: 3.25

Pours ruby brown with a decent head that fell off to some sticky lace. Crystal clear and very attractive. Nose is Lagunitas hop profile all the way. Spicy rye, ripe fruits behind that and pine. Big caramel malt, some bread and a nice touch of chocolate to tempt the palate. As it warms you can notice a little soy quality that ultimately detracts. Taste upfront is big sweet malt , the rye spiciness and some toasted bread. The chocolate is very nice on top of that. Delicate and fruity hops come in with some bitter and oily resin to coat the mouth and it goes down easy and a little nutty. Finishes a little sticky and slightly dry. It’s a plucky little ale that I would have rated higher had it not become salty after a while and had it not tasted so very similar to all the other lagunitas beers.

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Photo of sporr
3.8/5  rDev -3.1%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

This actually one of my all time favorite beers. I think Lagunitas does a great job in general with all their beers and this one is right up there. I especially like how they got this to taste fresh and have the body of a aged beer. I'm going to just kick back now and enjoy this puppy. I suggest you do the same.

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Photo of Bear1964
3.38/5  rDev -13.8%
look: 3.75 | smell: 3.25 | taste: 3.25 | feel: 3.25 | overall: 3.75

Poured from a bottle into a Pint glass showed a beautiful clear copper color and a nice 2 1/2 finger head that stayed a long time. The aroma was tell tale Lagunitas with spicy hops front and center, taste flashed the hops and took it to citrus/pit fruit tang that I love from the brand. This Strong Ale has all the good points of a IPA and the ABV of a Barley Wine, solid mouthfeel that lets you know you are drinking something. Overall I'm glad I tried this and always grab new stuff from this brand.

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Photo of LampertLand
3.77/5  rDev -3.8%
look: 4 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 3.75 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 3.75

Lagunitas Brewing 'Wilco Tango Foxtrot' @ 7.8% an American Strong Ale served from a 650 ml bottle purchased for $8

A-pour is a dark golden amber , with a medium size off white head that is leaving a streaky lace along the pint glass

S-smells similar to a Cascadian Dark Ale/American Black Ale

T-again similar to a Cascadian Dark Ale/American Black Ale

MF-ok carbonation , full bodied , bitterness lingers on the palate

Ov-big beer , too much like a CDA/ABA for me to enjoy , another lesson learned

prost LampertLand

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Photo of Bitterbill
3.74/5  rDev -4.6%
look: 4.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.75 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 3.75

A- it pours a deep mahogany with a 2 finger head of foam, a long lasting head of foam. Nice lacing.

S- isn't very aromatic. I get some malt that's on the sweet side, a bit of ...nothing else. As drab a smell in may a brew I've had over the years.

T- the malt does a fine job here. Nice caramel sweetness, some notes of bread..err..could be toasted malt, and as it's warming, some pretty good citrus flavours. Grapefruit, some pinyness.
After tasting, I went back and took a few more whiffs..yeah, now I'm getting what I'm mentioning in the taste.

M- Medium body, same for the carbonation.

O- an enjoyable 7.85 %abv brew. At the less than $5(pre tax) it's good value for the money.

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Photo of BelgiumBill
3.73/5  rDev -4.8%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.75 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.75

Poured from a bomber into a Duvel tulip glass. A deep mahogany brown with amber hues. A semi-sticky burlap colored 1 finger head that quickly dissipated to a bubbly blanket clinging to the side of the glass.
Lots of malty bouquet underpinned by piney hop. Maybe some caramel or butterscotch.
Subdued first sip that makes you search to find the sweet malty and bread flavors surrounded by a frame of hops. The hops are more pronounced than expected and almost hold down any malty complexity. Serving it around 40 degrees and hoping it opens up as it warms.
In the mouth it is round and full with a nice sweetish coating that doesn't linger long before the carbonation cleans up leaving a bit of dry hop bitterness on the tongue. The alcohol is on the mark - not boozy but present and slightly warming.
Well done all purpose beer I will enjoy to the end.

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Photo of Ranz
4.36/5  rDev +11.2%
look: 4 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.25

From a bomber.

A: In my Firewheel tall tulip, the ale has a sanguine, copper tone. The head is about a half-finger thick. It really has great color and presentation, but I would like a more robust head. Lacing is thick yet uneven.

S: Notes of grapefruit, bready malt, and maybe even a hint of cinnamon are present.

T: The malt is much more apparent here, but the prickly carbonation belies the slightly hoppy profile. It's got a thick, bready bite that gives it a bunch of character. The aftertaste has some nice singe to it.

M: As already stated, it has a nice prickly sensation going on. It starts thick, but the alcohol singe makes it nice and dry for the finish. It's really nice here.

O: For about $8, this is a solid strong ale bomber purchase. It's not quite as flavorful as Double Bastard or Velvet Hammer, but it'll certainly do in a pinch.

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Photo of magictacosinus
4.21/5  rDev +7.4%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4.25

Poured out of a 22oz bottle into a tulip glass. Held onto this bottle longer than I should have, but it was finally opened recently. Review is from my notes.

Pours a darkened, deep amber reddish color complete with a ridiculous amount of head, that rises four fingers high in the tulip. Carbonation streams across the edges of the glass, although even as it dies down the head never truly does - a half finger remained on top the entire time. TONS of lacing coats the walls here, almost to the point of foamy, frothy thickness that was out of control but pretty awesome overall. Very viscous and syrupy. This is a big beer here indeed.

The aroma is pretty damn intense here, consisting of plums, cherries, caramelized brown sugar, piney, citrusy hop residue, and a huge boozy, stinging sensation from the alcohol. I definitely expected this to be slightly menacing, but the alcohol sting definitely was too much for me at one point. The caramel malty, lightly roasted character is at an all time high here, and combined with the resinous, piney flavor, it's almost like a strong black IPA, or typical American strong ale like AB, except in some ways it's nothing like either. Can't put my finger on it - is it the caramelized brown sugar? The sweetened currants that show up later on? This isn't sweet as it may sound, but it's very intense. Sometimes in ways that is pretty riveting, and sometimes simply cloying.

The flavor is luckily not as strong on the booze, although the syrupy, fruity, sweetened, pine-laden flavors all follow together. Right at the front, there's an instant citrus profile melded with plums, slight raisins, and bit of dried pine hoppiness. Afterwards, the hops settle, eventually being replaced by the toasted, malty flavor and then intertwined with herbs of all kinds, from rosemary to clove to basil. The finish is sweetened with the currants and plums, and is superbly dry. This is most definitely a sipping beer based on the large flavor profile that changes over time, although the lack of alcohol in the body (other than way at the end of the finish) makes this a deadly choice indeed. Carbonation is good. Body is syrupy, very astringent on the tongue, but by no means difficult to drink. It took us some time to finish it off, but it was well worth it.

This takes their other strong ales and puts them right in the basket for me. At the price of $4, this is a ridiculously difficult offer to beat. It's all over the place in terms of flavors, and at times is a little intimidating to finish, but it has tremendous shelf life and definitely could reduce any heat over time, but it also would reduce the forward citrus/pine hop profile going on here as well. I enjoy it fresh, although some time sitting around as settled a lot of the intensity. Great stuff yet again from Lagunitas.

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Photo of ThickNStout
3.51/5  rDev -10.5%
look: 3.25 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.75 | feel: 3.25 | overall: 3.25

22oz bottle from Sprayberry Bottle Shop (Marietta, GA). 4.99. No bottling date. Served in a Sweetwater snifter.

Pours tea brown with a half finger of pale head. Very little lacing.

Smells of citrus hops and a bit of caramel malt.

Taste follows the nose. Citrus rind, pine, caramel malt, mild nuttyness and slight toffee. A little nip of booze towards the finish.

A tad oily, medium thin body with moderate carbonation. Short, dry, bitter pine toffee aftertaste.

A solid offering but far from outstanding. Neither hoppy nor malty enough to fully commit to being either. Still a tasty occassional buy.

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Photo of ThisWangsChung
3.72/5  rDev -5.1%
look: 4 | smell: 3.25 | taste: 3.75 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

22 oz bottle into a pint glass.

A: Pours a dark chestnut color. The head is a towering four-finger pale brown shade. It features an incredibly thick, soapy texture, along with some beautiful lacing.

S: Citrusy hops befitting a Lagunitas product jump out at me first. Sadly, I kind of wish more of the brown ale qualities jumped out at me. Still, it has a decent nutty tone beneath all the grapefruit - but there's also an acidic note to the hops that's somewhat overbearing.

T: The first sensation on the palate is tons of citrusy hops. It comes across as if you're biting into a grapefruit. Just like I feared in the aroma, there isn't much 'brown ale' to be found (maybe a touch of caramel, toffee, and nuts in the middle of the palate), yet there's just enough to balance out the (excellent) hops without overshadowing them.

M: I love the crisp lightness of this. I really thought this would be sweet and heavy, and instead it goes down superbly. It does become a bit sweeter as it warms up, though - nothing that's a dealbreaker, though.

O: This drinks more like an IPA with darker malts instead of a brown ale with a bit of hoppiness. The aroma threw me for a loop, but once I accepted it was the former instead of the latter, I really grew to like this one a lot. I have to wonder: does Lagunitas make anything that sucks? Don't answer that.

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Wilco Tango Foxtrot from Lagunitas Brewing Company
3.92 out of 5 based on 2,530 ratings.
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