El Cedro | Jester King Brewery

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Jester King Brewery
Texas, United States | website

Style: Saison / Farmhouse Ale

Alcohol by volume (ABV): 8.00%

Availability: Rotating

Notes / Commercial Description:
Farmhouse ale hopped with piney, citrusy American hops, aged on Spanish Cedar spirals, and bottle conditioned with Brettanomyces yeast. Unfiltered, unpasteurized and naturally conditioned.

Added by lokieman on 01-11-2013

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Photo of Beermanic
1.74/5  rDev -57.7%
look: 3.75 | smell: 2.75 | taste: 1 | feel: 1.5 | overall: 1.5

Poured from a 12 oz can into a Shaker pint. Best by April 29 2015 stamped on the bottom of the can.

A: Straw color, lots of bubbles.

S: Not very pleasant in my opinion, little horse blanket, slight diaper, woody.

T: Over carbonation is the first thing I notice, slight acidic, lots of cedar very little beer flavor

M: Overtly carbonated.

O: Couldn't finish the taster I had, another strike out from Jester King. Will age the other I bought and trade in a year or so.

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Photo of kojevergas
3.01/5  rDev -26.8%
look: 3 | smell: 3.25 | taste: 3 | feel: 3 | overall: 2.75

Batch #4. - bottled July 23rd, 2013. 8.0% ABV confirmed per the label. OG: 1.062. FG: 1.002. IBU: 42. Brewed with Millenium, Cascade, Columbus, Citra, and Simcoe hops. Refrigerated since I purchased it last week at me local HEB Grocery. 1 pint 9.4 fl oz brown glass bottle with interesting label art and branded pressure cap served into a Spaten stangenglas in me gaff in low altitude Austin, Texas. Reviewed live. Expectations are high given the brewery's reputation. Reviewed as a farmhouse ale because it identifies as a "farmhouse table beer" on the label.

I really do love the creative art on the actual cap; there's a lot of attention to detail there and it's fun.

Served cold - straight from me fridge. Side-poured with standard vigor as no carbonation issues are anticipated.

A: No bubble show forms as I pour.

Pours a five finger wide head of supple white colour. Nice creaminess and thickness. Good even lacing as the head recedes. Head retention is good - about 7 minutes. Body colour is a somewhat cloudy clear yellow-pale copper. Average vibrance. No yeast particles are visible.

Overall, I'm a bit surprised by its clarity. How is Jester King getting their farmhouse ales so clear if they're truly not filtering them?

Sm: Clove, pilsner malt, clean barley, straw, cedar wood, and a light funkiness from the brettanomyces yeast. Peach fruit. Some white pepper. Honey. Allspice. Pine and floral notes from the hops. Bursts of subdued citrusy fruit. and accompanying rinds. The cedar aging does seem to complement whatever the base was nicely here; it's a refreshing take on the style.

A pleasant aroma of moderate strength, featuring some nice subtlety.

No alcohol or off-notes are detectable.

T: Plenty of cedar wood and biting piney hop character throughout, creating a clash of sweetness and bitterness that is never satisfactorily resolved. Honey, cream, funky brettanomyces yeast character, floral hop character, grassiness, clean barley, straw, light white pepper, and assorted citrusy notes including a touch of lemon, peach, and assorted citrusy rinds. Pilsner malts, lightly oniony simcoe hops. Wheat. The core imbalance throws off the whole flavour profile, but I can find individual elements I enjoy. The cedar in particular is interesting, but I can't decide whether or not I actually like it. In any case, I'm surprised by how prominent that flavour is given only spirals (not an actual barrel) were used. As it warms, I get some grapeskin and sour apple. Estery and phenolic.

Depth of flavour is average for the style. Duration and intensity of flavour are above average, but the best beers in the style emphasize complexity and subtlety, not intensity or extremity. Overhopped for the style. Some alcohol is noticeable.

Overall, I do like it for what it is.

Mf: Smooth and wet. Sticky and a bit nectary. Just a biteen overcarbonated. Suits the flavour profile generally well, but doesn't come off custom-tailored to it. Decent presence on the palate. Decent body. Powdery

Not oily, hot, gushed, or harsh.

Dr: A downable beer that could hide its ABV better. Far from a paragon for the farmhouse style, but I applaud the experimentation with cedar. I'm unimpressed with it and wouldn't buy it again or recommend it to friends, but I'll easily kill the bottle by myself. A middling offering from Jester King, a brewery which I am increasingly viewing as more famous for its marketing than the quality of its beers.

High C

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Photo of champ103
3.31/5  rDev -19.5%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3 | feel: 3.25 | overall: 3.5

On tap at Hay Merchant.

A: Pours a cloudy, deep hazed orange color. A two finger white head rises and sticks around for a minute. Good lace is left behind.
S: At first, I think I get a burst of Citrus hops, though that fades and is over come by the barrel. Just cedar and wood from here on out. Even Thompson Water Seal.
T: Nothing but fresh cedar wood. That water seal character in the nose is here in spades as well. Nothing else.
M/D: A light to moderate body. Fairly thin overall, though on par with many of Jester Kings other offerings. Not hard to drink if I wanted to. Though it took me a while to get through this.

There is not much here. All I get is basically cedar wood, along with an irritating Thompson Water Seal character.

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Photo of AMG55
3.48/5  rDev -15.3%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.25 | overall: 3.5

Bottled: 7/2013 Received in a trade from fellow Purdue grad Nablock. Cheers!

Appearance: Nice frothy head that lasted the whole glass. Semi-opaque with carbonation flowing up the sides of my Deschutes tulip.

Smell: Not enough cedar for my liking. Huge Brett nose and not much else. Even when room temperature it didn't speak to me other than "Hi, it's me your buddy Brett!"

Taste: Funk, little glimpses of hops and then the slight hint of cedar. For a beer aged in cedar I expected there to be more of it. The Brett was almost overpowering. Surprising to see that in only two months the hops faded that quickly.

Mouthfeel: Dry, very dry. Lingering bitterness and twang throughout the drink.

Overall: It was an interesting attempt to differentiate the saison style but it just didn't have enough hop or cedar. Maybe a fresh bottle would change my mind.

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Photo of woosterbill
3.55/5  rDev -13.6%
look: 3.25 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

750ml bottle. Thanks James!

A: Cloudy orange body with a solid cap of ultra-fine tan foam. Spotty lace.

S: Powerful cedar, floral Brett, and lots of peppery spice. Maybe a little unbalanced, but exciting.

T: Follows the nose entirely. Super woody, a little Bretty, and spicy as all hell. Intense and abrasive.

M: Substantial medium body, light carbonation. Ok.

O: I was really excited about this one, as I've been a huge fan of Cigar City's Humidor beers, but the cedar was rather over the top in this one - and it only got more one-dimensional as it warmed. Fun to try, but not for me.

Cheers!

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Photo of UCLABrewN84
3.61/5  rDev -12.2%
look: 4.25 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

Thanks to GRG1313 for sharing this one at his tasting.

Pours a murky orange with a foamy off-white head that settles to a small cap on top of the beer. Foamy swaths of lace form around the glass on the drink down. Smell is of malt, citrus fruit, citrus zest, and cedar wood aromas. Taste is much the same with citrus zest and cedar wood flavors on the finish. There is a mild amount of hop bitterness on the palate with each sip. This beer has a lower level of carbonation with a slightly crisp and medium bodied mouthfeel. Overall, this is a pretty good beer with an interesting cedar presence that makes the aroma slightly better than the taste in my opinion.

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Photo of pmarlowe
3.67/5  rDev -10.7%
look: 4.75 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.25 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 3.5

Thanks to bentwookie for this one. Tulip glass.

A: Pours a medium gold with massive three fingers of white head, which leave a wall of lacing. Excellent retention. Pretty good clarity.

S: Funky brett, mild orange sherbet, and cedar and spice.

T: Woodsy and spicy, a little citrus and malt, finishing with some mild hop bitterness on the palate and lingering tannins. I don't want to say that it's like sucking on wood, but...

M: Medium-light body and carbonation, very smooth and a little creamy.

O: Decently drinkable and the aroma is nice, but the cedar notes kind of overshadow the other flavors and don't quite come together.

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Photo of PlutonowyManiek
3.73/5  rDev -9.2%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.25

Amber. Head white, medium bubble. The smell of citrus, mandarin, hops, grass. The taste is fruity, citrus, including tangerines, oranges. There is also a feeling like hay or dry grass, maybe a little dust, perhaps this is the cider, I do not know. Bitterness in El Cedro is not too high and not insistent. 8% alcohol is not perceptible to the taste. Very drinkable beer and light.

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Photo of thagr81us
3.75/5  rDev -8.8%
look: 3.75 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 3.75 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 3.75

Served from bottle into a Jester King goblet (proper). Poured a slightly hazy yellow-orange with a three finger off-white head that grew and eventually subsided to one finger after sitting for quite some time. Maintained phenomenal lacing throughout the glass. The aroma was comprised of sweet malt, cedar, citrus, funk, and earth. The flavor was of sweet malt, citrus, fruit, wood, earth, and big funk. It had a light feel on the palate with high carbonation. Overall this was a pretty decent brew. The combination of the cedar and funk was a definite new one on me to this degree especially when mixed with the saison aspect. This made for a quite refreshing brew that was very easy to drink on a nice day of weather in my area. Definitely worth your time.

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Photo of jrenihan
3.77/5  rDev -8.3%
look: 4 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 3.75 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 3.75

Perhaps it is silly to critique a cedar-infused beer for having too much cedar, but it is incredibly overpowering in this beer. Hard to get through to the rest. There is a set funk underneath, and some light fruit flavours. Overall, the cedar is too strong for me.

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Photo of Sammy
3.79/5  rDev -7.8%
look: 3.75 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 3.75

Refreshing and integrated ideas. A bit much wood, it impedes drinkability somewhat. maybe that would mellow, but I’m afraid the hops would to and I wanted something hoppy. Brett and farmhouse nicely in the aroma and finish. Enormous lasting foamy head and thick lace. Thanks Beerenberger.

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Photo of dvmin98
3.8/5  rDev -7.5%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

This held true to the description. So much cedar. It was like I was in our cedar closet that we had when I was a kid. Should rename is No Moths. One of those beers that I'm glad I tried, but 4 oz was more than plenty.

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Photo of BEERchitect
3.8/5  rDev -7.5%
look: 4.5 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 3.75 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 3.75

Flirting with all-things-wood, Jester King is at it again- a funky, spicy Farmhouse-style ale plays the field from notes of oak and cedar to pine and sandalwood. It's both funky-fresh with citrus and tropical notes and also deeply earthen with cellar and must- remaining dry all the while.

Amber and peach in color, the beer looks like winter honey but without the viscosity. Zesty carbonation quickly builds a thick and insular blanket of foam that settles into rocky structures, looking like ivory meringue as a topping. Mild hazing early, but the second pour clouds up significantly.

Wood, caramel and honey fill the nose, but do so with a firm whack of spice and earth. Dried citrus rinds introduce dried oranges and lemons with cellar-like must, light horse hair, weathered oak, perfumy cedar, peppercorn, and fruit punch. It's a complicated collection of scents that keep the nose guessing at every turn.

To taste, there's impressions of caramel and honey but with the associated sweetness. The dry malt taste is pleasantly grainy and aids the rustic Saison character. And that character relies on spicy shaved wood- sawdust, cedar, pine, and aged oak. Mildly wine-like the taste of white grape and sour apples rise in the middle. Peppercorn and cinnamon give added bite and detract from the alcohol spice. Finishing citursy and fruity- these hop flavors are favored over fruit esters and give the beer a pith bitterness that's surrounded by an aura of dust and earth.

Lightly textured, its the carbonation that provides an airy and somewhat powdery feel that lifts off of the tongue effortlessly and ushers in a quick, spicy, and astringent finish. Wood oils, spices, and pepper notes pang against the throat for a mouthfeel that finishes just a complex as it does in taste.

The beer is everywhere. Each sip gives a new impression that wasn't even hinted at in the previous one. But the ribbon that connects it all is the taste of wood; lead by cedar. It's an elegant, rustic, and experimental ale that keeps your attention from the initial aromas 'til the long lasting aftertaste.

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Photo of Ranz
3.8/5  rDev -7.5%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.75 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.75

Batch #1, November 2012

A: With a slightly vigorous pour in my tulip, this farmhouse ale creates some huge head. The opaque orange color definitely belies the unpasteurized nature of this beast, and the lacing is thick and clumpy. Quite attractive, this is one of the more aesthetically pleasing saisons I've seen.

S: Dank, overripe citrus rinds with a sharp all-spice kick, the aroma here is powerful to say the least. Is that all-spice character from the Spanish cedar spirals? This smells like a mutant mimosa spawn-child--and that's not necessarily a bad thing. This is certainly one of the most unusual aromas of any beer that I've had.

T: That cedar takes center-stage, perhaps a bit too powerfully. The hop profile is quite acidic and bitter, which accentuates the cedar in an unusual yet pleasing manner. Those bretts create that ridiculous woodsey character--imagine that you're chewing slightly fungal citrus rind alongside pine needles with which to pick your teeth later. To put it mildly, it's bizarre. It's not bad at all, but it's certainly not my cup of tea. You could nearly consider this a sour, which may be why I'm not in love with this, since I do not particularly like sours.

I could see this as a great brunch beer: homemade waffles (sans syrup), poached quail egg, or a mushroom and swiss omelette would all do nicely.

M: Medium-bodied with light carbonation, it has a hint of spicy aftertaste from those cedar spirals. Earthy funk predominates. And despite the ABV, it's really quite sessionable.

O: I knew that I'd get something unusual, and in that sense, it does not disappoint. This is not a beer for the light-hearted nor the unadventurous, so be forewarned that it offers some unique experiences. It may not be what I like in my favorite beers, but I can appreciate the progressive nature of my fellow Texans.

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Photo of Immortale25
3.83/5  rDev -6.8%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.75 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 3.75

Much respect to Cvescalante for giving me my first Jester King. Poured into a Dogfish Spiegelau glass.

A- And foam fills up the glass from a soft pour. The body that's visible is a semi-hazy medium golden. As the head descends, a large, flat nipple protrudes and there are cobwebs of lacing surrounding. Eventually, the head settles at an 1/8 inch with various bumps among the surface foam.

S- Delightful cedar aroma wafts out of the bouquet with full force. Upon further sniffs, the Brett is detected and is a beautiful compliment to the cedar...at first. Soon the Brett/cedar combo dive into this odd soapy smell that clashes together. Then comes the alcohol and degrades things even more. Everything combined gives it a very bright aroma but I'm not sure if I enjoy it. The hops lay over all elements in the profile to provide some sort of template for what's going on but it's still not quite balanced. Every sniff tells a different story, so I give it extra points for complexity.

T- Strange. First there's cedar and immediately after comes the Brett funk, then it turns to a tart aftertaste before just cutting off. The hops provide a decent bitterness but the cedar is pretty overpowering and the lingering flavor of the Brett just confuses my palate even further. Alcohol and hops begin to dominate as the beer warms.

M- Dry, with a lasting hop bite. Body's on the lighter side with medium-high carbonation.

O- I don't find it unenjoyable to drink, but it's also not my idea of what a beer aged on cedar should be like. Although it is a creative hybrid of flavors, there's too much going on at once and makes for a frenetic drinking experience. The blurb on the side label had me cracking up though.

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Photo of OmahaKF
3.85/5  rDev -6.3%
look: 3.75 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 3.75 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.75

Smell is huge citrus aroma - lemon peel and tangerine, with a hint of vanilla, some funky undertones, and west coast IPA pine aroma.

Taste is a hoppy saison - candied fruit, orange citrus, and pine resin all come together with a fairly bitter finish. Funkiness is somewhat subdued for being a Brett beer, but another solid JK offering.

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Photo of GreesyFizeek
3.87/5  rDev -5.8%

Bottle shared by Justin last night.

Pours incredibly foamy, with a huuuuuge head, that only settles about half an hour later. There's a good amount of lacing.

It smells incredibly cedar-y (duh), with lots of Bretty funk, and citrus.

The cedar aspect of this beer is, as the name implies, the big ticket item here. It's overwhelming, but ultimately works. The Brett is a secondary player, but clearly noticeable, funky and leathery. As the beer warms, the cedar becomes even more overpowering, sort of tasting like playground wood chips. Not good. Drink this one a bit colder for best results.

This one is medium bodied, with a slightly creamy mouthfeel, and a low amount of carbonation.

One of the more unique saisons I've had, the cedar is slightly too forward for me, though.

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Photo of angrybabboon
3.93/5  rDev -4.4%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.75 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Consumed 4/7/13

Cheers to Goblinmunkey7 for sharing this beer

Appearance: Somewhere between medium amber and orange - hazy and cloudy - quite a gigantic head, fades to a (still big), fluffy white cap, leaves blobs of lacing

Smell: Rich cedar and some funk, a rather interesting combination - the cedar is quite obvious and quite interesting - some citrusy and piney hops on top of that - some funky Brett, tart, yeasty - fruity, earthy, with some wet horse

Taste: So much going on, in a good way - woody, chewy, distinctly weird cedar flavor - quite potent, but doesn't totally overwhelm the flavor - some earthy, yeasty funkiness - some hay, some dry, tart Brett - some spiciness - hops appear mostly in the aftertaste (post cedar), with some nice citrus and some pine

Mouthfeel: On the heavy side of medium, excellently carbonated, smooth, with somewhat of a dry, earthy finish

Overall: Weird, weird, weird... and good

This is quite strange. Anything with cedar reminds me of a cedar chest that my parents use to store sweaters, so my usual response to the smell is "this is not drinkable." But after I get over that, it's quite intriguing. Aside from the cedar, there's so much going on here. Funky, earthy, citrusy, piney, and interesting.

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Photo of JohnCassillo
3.94/5  rDev -4.1%
look: 4 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 3.75 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 4

Received 750 ml bottle in trade (thanks again, Tim!). Poured into large tulip glass.

A - Very frothy head layers over a dark golden body. Mostly opaque, with plenty of visible carbonation.

S - Orange, grapefruit and a touch of sugar. Got a bit of woodchip from the cedar aging as well.

T - A lot of citrus notes, with a cedar bitterness; matches the smell completely.

M - Crisp, carbonated and even a bit earthy.

O - Very drinkable Saison with an ABV that isn't necessarily obvious at the first few sips. In terms of style, it's a unique take, while also keeping to its standard principles. More cedar would have made it more unique, but in this case, that doesn't take away from quality.

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Photo of jlindros
3.95/5  rDev -3.9%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.75

From my notes at one of the big beer share events.

Light fizzy fluffy head, hazy golden pilsner color.

Nose brings Brett, funk but not too crazy, lemon peel, lemongrass, citrus, piney earthy hop note, little cedar like wood as well.

Taste cedar wood again but thankfully not too sharp, more brett funk, little bready and doughy, some toasty malt like notes and lemongrassy flavors, grassy and doughy, into lemon peel, mild citrus, almost a grapefruit pith but not quite. Finish is dry, fairly bitter, grainy bready, little more Brett funk and cedar chips.

Mouth is med bod, lots of carb, hint warming booze.

Overall interesting but not as great as some of the other JK beers.

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Photo of MattSweatshirt
3.96/5  rDev -3.6%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 3.75

Batch 2

Pours out a hazy golden orange with a big white head. Laces nicely.

Big hoppy assault going on here. Hits with fruits(orange, peach, mango) and pine notes. The wood doesn’t hold back either. Plenty of cedar going on here. Some lingering funky brett going on.

It’s got an assertive little bitterness that pops on you. Lighter side of medium body with ample carbonation. Lots of woodiness about it that lingers well into the aftertaste. The alcohol peeks through a tad. Pretty musty with that yeast. Yummy. The hops are there of course lending some pine and lots of orangey fruit flava flaves.

An interesting brew for sure. JK has been releasing a lot of sour limited releases lately so this is a nice change of pace with the big hop load delivered in an unconventional way with cedar and funk.

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Photo of brentk56
3.97/5  rDev -3.4%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 3.75 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.75

Appearance: A gusher, but it pours a cloudy honey color capped by a massive head that leaves a considerable amount of lace

Smell: Unusual aromatics; very leathery with some pith and toffee and a hint of cedar

Taste: The flavor is dramatically different from the aroma, with the pithy, grassy hops joining with the leathery brett and followed up by the cedar

Mouthfeel: Medium body with moderate to high carbonation

Overall: Just a bit too much going on for me to comprehend; very complex but I am not a huge fan of the combination here

Thanks, duff247, for the opportunity

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Photo of lokieman
3.99/5  rDev -2.9%
look: 4.25 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 4

A: Reminds me of an aggressively carbonated Belgian golden...similar to Duvel. 3 inches of white foamy head sticks to the glass well after pouring. Nice....

S: Funky barnyard, hay, sweet hops, wood...not sure if I can distinguish cedar but some wood in the background.

T: Wet hay funkiness, horse blanket from the brett...citrus hops come through the middle with another dose of barnyard to finish. Aftertaste reveals sweet wood...must be the cedar. Very well done and more of a Belgian golden than a farmhouse ale to me.

M: Aggressive carbonation comes through in the texture. Enough creaminess to hold things together but still light and refreshing. The 8% abv is evident in the alcohol oil that coats your mouth in the aftertaste.

O: Excited to see a brett beer from Jester King. I like this one a lot and I would compare it to Rayon Vert...a little bigger but everything comes together well in the end. Looking forward to the bottle release.

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Photo of ronricorossi
4/5  rDev -2.7%

Cloudy yellow/orange. Tart grapefruit citrus, black pepper, brett funk mixing with the cedar to lend a bitter, soapy quality that sticks to your gums at the finish. If soapy brett isn't your thing, this isn't the beer for you. Very good overall.

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Photo of stephens101
4/5  rDev -2.7%
look: 3.75 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 4

Color is a resplendent creamy orange.

Smells of overripe orange and sour white grapes. Pungently beautiful. A bit of grapefruit with sugar on top is also noticed.

Tastes of fresh squeezed grapefruit, hops, cotton candy and a unique, damp, woody brett character.

Medium bodied and fairly creamy with a slight alcohol heat noticed as it warms. Good cask smoothness.

A true Texas original.

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El Cedro from Jester King Brewery
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