Atrial Rubicite | Jester King Brewery

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Atrial RubiciteAtrial Rubicite

Brewed by:
Jester King Brewery
Texas, United States

Style: American Wild Ale

Alcohol by volume (ABV): 5.80%

Availability: Rotating

Notes / Commercial Description:
Atrial Rubicite is made from well water, barley, wheat, hops, farmhouse yeast, native yeast from the Texas Hill Country, souring bacteria and raspberries. It’s 5.8% alcohol by volume, has a finishing gravity of 1.005 and is 3.36 pH. It is unfiltered, unpasteurized and 100% bottle conditioned. Atrial Rubicite is our first beer to be packaged exclusively in 500 ml bottles.

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Photo of Clonies720
5/5  rDev +10.4%
look: 5 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 5

Atrial Rubicite from Jester King. Bottle label reads "Unfiltered, unpasteurized, and naturally carbonated". The bottle is a 500ml Morningstar-style, and I poured the beer into a Cantillon sherry-glass for this review. $16 per bottle, limit 3 per person, 2000 bottle count.

Appearance: Pours a radiant, clear, ruby red color. An aggressive pour yields a very thin, reddish-pink, one-finger head that dissipates quickly to a thin ring.

Smell: The smell is just absolutely incredible here. Freshly picked raspberries mixed with pure raspberry jam. Slight hint of oak and earthiness. Rising from the depths comes a soft, yet assertive musty funk that is reminiscent of Cantillon beers. On the finish, I pickup hints of lemon and acetic acid.

Taste: The raspberries have subsided since the bottling in March. The wild yeast and bacteria of the Texas Hill Country dominate this beer. The initial taste begins with sweet raspberries that is swiftly cut by the acetic-vinegar. As I said earlier, the balance is tipped towards the sour and yeast flavor rather than the sweet raspberries. Light hint of basement funk in the middle. A touch of sour lemons that gives way to a nice mouth-puckering quality. The raspberries fermented this beer fairly dry, so if you were hoping for a sweeter beer, I suggest looking elsewhere. It's quite tart

Mouthfeel: Atrial Rubicite is a very dry, fluid, and refreshing beer. It has a low-high carbonation with a medium-low body that allows you to appreciate the finer aspects of the beer. Crisp and clean.

Overall: A rare, perfect beer. It's hard to imagine a beer without some sort of flaw. Some sort of aspect that you'd like to change. However, Atrial Rubicite nails every single aspect a fruited sour should be. The only better fruited sour I've had was Cantillon Lou Pepe Framboise.

I drink this beer, and I wonder, "Was this really made in Texas?". Texans are lucky to have Jester King around. Their hard work is reflected 100% by Atrial Rubicite.

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Photo of gtermi
5/5  rDev +10.4%
look: 5 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 5

A: The beer pours a nice raspberry red body with a thin pink head that quickly fades.

S: Absolutely amazing! Super sour candy smell with a nice bit of raspberry.

T: There first thing that I get is the sourness, but then behind all of that, there is a nice amount of dry raspberry.

M: This beer goes down very smooth with a nice tingle on the back of the throat.

O: This is the best fruit sour beers that I have ever had. At the Funk and sour Fest, I probably got 8 samples of this amazing beer.

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Photo of blastoderm55
5/5  rDev +10.4%
look: 5 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 5

Had to pound it as I had to leave he bottle share I was attending, but one of the best beers I have ever tasted. Incredibly drinkable for a "sour" beer. Beautiful look, jammy raspberries, and shockingly easy-drinking. You need to try this.

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Photo of BeerSamurai34
5/5  rDev +10.4%
look: 5 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 5

This is my absolute favorite fruited sour beer in the world. I just drank the new batch 5 fresh and it knocked my socks off. I drank 6 of these on tap and it even managed to maintain the flavor after if warmed, which is not typical for this style. There is so much complexity and balance with this beer and the hype is 100% justified.

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Photo of elNopalero
5/5  rDev +10.4%
look: 5 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 5


Simply enough, an incredible beer.

This was poetry in a bottle. I can’t say enough good things about this beer. I wish I could have more of this somehow.

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Photo of nathanmiller
5/5  rDev +10.4%
look: 5 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 5

This beer is so good it's got me writing full reviews, something I haven't done for some time. It joins an exclusive list of beers that I'd rate "nearly perfect across the board." It's that good.

A: Simply beautiful deep ruby color that says to me, before anything else even comes into the picture, "raspberry." Light behind the glass imparts a deep red, and frankly I haven't seen a beer this beautiful in a long time.

S: The aroma takes you through the process of being a raspberry, from raspberry patch to ripe fruit bursting with deliciousness. Before even taking a taste, you already know that this will treat the raspberry like a delicate, almost sacred fruit, simply because of the way that it plays on your nose. Tart, fruity, ripe. And under all that, just they tiniest hint of the oak barrel.

T: Wow. Super dry (which I love) and tart. Raspberry through and through. From start to finish, this is quintessential raspberry, and the flavors imparted by the barrel boost that even further. You know the best raspberry torte you've ever had? The one where by far the worst part of the torte is the floury parts, the crust and other fillers? Where you wish that you had more of the filling, the raspberry greatness? This beer is the liquid form of that greatness. The tartness is incredible, and the flavor is a perfect match.

M: Extremely dry, reasonable acidity. Exactly what the aroma implies, and perfect for the taste. I briefly thought about rating this 4.75, but upon further reflection, I don't honestly know what could possibly make this better. It feels great on the tongue, palate, and throat. Ideal.

Overall I think this is the best beer made in Texas yet. I'd strongly argue for it being included in any discussion about best beers in America. Jester King not only has created a great beer, they've created a masterpiece. I can't wait to drink more of this.

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Photo of HarryS
5/5  rDev +10.4%
look: 5 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 5

Perfect. Absolutely perfect. This is up there with Miami Madness as the best beer I've ever had. Just an unbelievable brew.

LOOK: Dark cloudy red, with minimal white head. Beautiful.

SMELL: Tart Raspberry jam. Exactly what you'd expect.

TASTE: Wow. A Raspberry tart bomb.

FEEL: This has an incredible thick, full mouthfeel from the start, + lingers deliciously on the pallet for quite a while.

OVERALL: This is a perfect beer. There's no other way to say it.

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Photo of tx_beer_man
5/5  rDev +10.4%
look: 5 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 5

This beautiful raspberry sour was a delight for my wife and I. We visited JK this past Sunday for the AR release and allocation pick up. Glad to try batch 2 on draft. The smell does not even come close to the taste of pure raspberries, fresh. The deep red raspberry color is just one more reason to love this beer. #Loveitman

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Photo of HOPSareKey
5/5  rDev +10.4%
look: 5 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 5

for the style, I don't think it can get any better. crisp and tart upfront, yet somehow finishes creamy. I don't think you can ask anymore out of a wild within these parameters.

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Photo of fireazzi
4.99/5  rDev +10.2%
look: 4.75 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 5

Great beer. Raspberry comes out so perfect on this. Dying to see what the sherry atrail tastes like. Dark raspberry color. Very red, very sour, very awesome.

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Photo of Irrenarzt
4.98/5  rDev +9.9%
look: 5 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4.75 | overall: 5

First off, let me say this is the first beer I am submitting a beer for review on BA. I'm a recognized BJCP judge and have a few years of judging experience. I've also been brewing since 1989 and have been suckling on craft beer long before it was trendy to do so. I'm a brewer first and foremost, not a skinny little emo beer geek who fantasizes about getting a bottle of Hill Farmstead Edith in trade for that 3 year old Supplication I've been sitting on. Rarely does a beer speak to me enough to want to review it. That said, let's do this.

Pre-amble: I had a few 8 ounce glasses of this beer at Jester King over the course of the weekend. I have to say they are hitting the nail on the head with this beer. I had a number of their beers but this one was the coolest of the lot. Atrial is a visually striking beer. I've never seen a framboise close to this bright in color. The color is a fresh unoxidized blood red with a hint of bright pink mixed in. The head was even pink and was sticky and long lasting.

Aroma: Fresh ripe raspberries dominate the nose, with hints of lactic acid and a slight house funk that most of the JK beers seem to exhibit. It is a pleasant funk and it sticks around in your nose long after you leave the brewery. Driving home, I had ghost whiffs of this house funk at times.

Appearance: As already noted, this is a visually striking beer. It is bright blood red with a hint of pinkness. It's not that dirty darkening blood color but more like when you first cut an artery and the blood has yet to oxidize as it is spurting out. Long lasting thick pink head that falls slowly and leaves a nice lacing down the glass.

Flavor: Bright raspberry flavor dominates the front, but finishes into a light tart lactic finish. Not the acidic bite like you might find with a Cantillion, but much softer. This is a very drinkable beer as you won't need the Tums to finish a few of these.

Mouthfeel: Medium low body with a bone dry finish, medium carbonation. A bit lower on the body than you might like but definitely not an detraction. This is difficult to not see in beers that dry out this much.

Overall: This is a great beer, especially for a first foray into the world of fruit. It is clearly dominated by way more raspberries than were needed but nothing exceeds like excess I like to say. Way to go Jeff and Michael. You hit the cover off the ball on your first attempt at a fruited sour. I really like the softer acidity as it wasn't sharp and therefore this is a beer you could drink many of. Unfortunately, there aren't many of these to be had. If you were lucky enough to get a few bottles, then guard these with your life as people who are in the know will steal them without reservation.

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Photo of Alby
4.98/5  rDev +9.9%
look: 5 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4.75 | overall: 5

My first atrial was just this latest batch, the closest beer in comparison that I tasted which was equally fantastic was a FSW Bretta Rose which I drank the day before. The brew looks absolutely fantastic, a cool, vibrant read, with very little head. The nose is delightfully delicate berries followed by the very faint skunkiness of the base beer. Taste is very balanced, lots of raspberry upfront followed by a tart finish, however not overly sour. This was incredibly delicious and can't wait to taste more !

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Photo of HopAG
4.98/5  rDev +9.9%
look: 5 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4.75 | overall: 5

Jester King Atrial Rubicite (Batch 2)

On tap at the brewery and served in a very nice over sized wine glass..

A- Beautiful, ruby, gem like appearances that glistens in the warm hill country weather. Fantastic red hue with very little head with the same color. This truly speaks wonders on the quality of the beer and the amount of fruit used to make this.

S- Wow! Dominated by pronounced raspberry notes and a very fruity character that just drowns your mind in such a pleasant aroma. You also pick up a very tart sweetness that is very reminiscent of a very delicate sweet champagne, it is quite nice. Lastly, you can pick up the wild Hill Country yeast that reminds me of the cool air during my treks in the hill country as a kid, it truly is something wonderful to behold.

T- Follows the nose very well. BIG raspberry flavors! Great balance with the tart and sweetness that really makes this something to behold. You get more of the funk characters in the taste than you would with the smell, and it is really a pleasant surprise when you get these flavor notes. Slight acidity at the end of the taste that one would encounter on a very light dry wine. Fantastic!

M- Big, thick, almost winey mouth feel in the beginning that is familiar with a nice dry wine. However, it fantastically mellows down with the acidity/carbonation that really ties down the flavors in this beer. Fantastic mouthfeel that is as enjoyable as the taste.

O- One of the best wild ales, hell I could say it is the best wild ale I have had produced in America at the moment. JK has always been known for making great stuff but this is a clear home run that only masterful hands could craft. The perfect balances and the delicate nature of this beer truly makes this something I am very glad to have tried and celebrated with the wonderful people at JK.

Price point was a bit high but I would spend the $16 on a bottle time and time again for the quality one gets from this. Can't wait to drink this again! My only regret is that I only have a couple of bottles of this fantastic brew left to last me a year.

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Photo of hash_tagger
4.98/5  rDev +9.9%
look: 5 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4.75 | overall: 5

Draft: Batch 2 served 8/31/2013 from 4oz stemmed white wine like glassware or 8oz teku like stemware.

Appearance: Liquid rubies, medium to darker hue crimson red with a light pinkish head that recedes at just the right amount of speed to release the nose in a very seductive manner. Welcoming without being overpowering till she's ready to have you consume her. Lacing is fueled by nice carbonation leaving champagne like light bubbles kissing the glass and dancing in a “last bubble stands” fight for survival like the sugars trying to out last their consumption. The overall color ranges from light melted rubies, to that of alchemist's highly heated precious stones, resulting in the over abundance of the element chromium adding to the intense shade of this color that has been unseen in a brew of this caliber till now. The reason for the wide range of colorings has been from exposure of this beer for a few weeks and watching it mature is akin to witnessing something organic blossom.

Smell: The overwhelming scent of raspberries fields forever is purely abundant. Sticking your nose in the glass reveals a host of events, starting with raspberries, then walking you though what you used to think was the signature farmhouse yeast smell. The use of their farmhouse yeast in this particular brew is foreshadowing of what is to come in their future fruit beers. Honed well and after almost three years of experimenting is coming to their fruition and well under their control. It's maybe not mastered at this point but Jester King completely understands what they are dealing with and how to make it work for what they do. Thus resulting in a bit of funk, though not enough for funk masters, still enough for people who appreciate the complexity going on here, while riding on the backside of light hints of oak barrels that do sit back to their 200 pounds (estimate) of raspberries per barrel.

Taste: Raspberries aged in oak barrels for months till the sugars have been totally consumed. If you're looking for sweeter fruit beer there are others elsewhere. The result of Atrial Rubicite is a masterful, well executed example of an American wild ale. Raspberries take the helm of this ride. Expect acidity to be way past average and the tart level high. The bitterness cuts though Texas 100 degree plus heat like a knife. Hints of cranberry skin tannins finish last in this one. Lemon has also been suggested due to the acidity. Funk and sour are major players here while again oak barrels sit back and lend a supporting backbone. The ending result of all this is a beer that ends in a lingering dry raspberry finish that might redefine your definition of wild, refreshing and crisp. All at the same time.

Mouthfeel: The mouth feel of Atrial Rubicite is completely governed by it's sour, tart and dry properties. The carbonation actually rides shot gun during the pouring then releases as the smell takes over. Atrial Rubicite dominates the tongue like a vest and but dries out a little quicker than most would like due to the carbonation of the amount raspberries used in the process I suspect. You still get the enveloping quality one would expect from such classics that utilize old world technics to brew beers that this one was inspired from. For this style, any thicker would be jammy and you would not have this rendition.

Overall: As noted before, I've got to watch this beer mature more so than most. I'm proud to say this is from Austin, Texas. This a beer that I can completely stand behind and I hope you get to try it. Truly a magnificent concoction of imagination on the part of Jester King and I can't wait to see what they'll deliver after this. The bar has been set and only time will tell tell if they they can keep it up. Here's to knowing they won't disappoint. Cheers.

PS: I'll be at Zwanze Day at Jester King this Saturday with one bottle from my allocation. If you have not tried this yet I'll share it with you. BM me. First come first served. Out of staters get first priority.

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Photo of dar482
4.96/5  rDev +9.5%
look: 4.75 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4.75 | overall: 5

This just bursts at you with fresh bright tart raspberries like no fruit flavored beer I've ever had. Not even Cantillon nor New Glarus (or even Kunhenn Raspberry Eisbock) quite does it like this.

After the fruit, the beer moves onto vinegar, acidic tartness, and then onto a gentle sweetness. A very light drinking and flavorful beer.

Lives up to the hype as one of the best fruit wild ales I've had.

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Photo of UT-Alex
4.96/5  rDev +9.5%
look: 4.75 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4.75 | overall: 5

Poured from a 500ml bottle into a mini snifter and split amongst a number of people at a bottle share at Jester King Brewery.

A: The color of this beer is beautiful! Pours a deep, bright, glowing red with a frothy pink head that quickly dissipates, I wish it stayed around longer. Slightly transparent with a small amount of yeast sediment.

S: Raspberry fields! Slighty tart and so rich in raspberry. There's a slight note of the oak as well. Very floral, and sour. It's hard to pull away from the smell on this one.

T: Follows through with the smell. The raspberry is tart, slightly sweet, and mostly sour. The oak is there but takes more of a backseat to the raspberry. There's also an undertone of funk.

M: Light-medium bodied. It's crisp, refreshing, and soft.

O: Jester King nailed this style. This is by far one of if not their best offering. I had this after Cantillon St. Lamnivus and Cantillon Oude Geuze and this blew those out of the water. The execution on this beer is just flawless, I haven't had a beer that incorporated raspberries this well. Cheers to Jester King and thanks to Jeff for sharing 2 bottles of this!

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Photo of linnymtu
4.94/5  rDev +9.1%
look: 4.75 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 4.75

Right up there with the best sours i've had. The raspberry aroma and flavor are there in full force, with a perfect mouthfeel and carb to round it out.

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Photo of JulioH
4.92/5  rDev +8.6%
look: 5 | smell: 4.75 | taste: 5 | feel: 4.75 | overall: 5

Batch # 1

I don't know what to say about the smell of this beer, but definitively funky.

Pours a nice reddish beer, very dark. Almost no carbonation form, but this is a carbonated beer. Aroma is of funky yeasts, berries. Taste is really good, very sour but not overly sour. Very drinkable. Tastes like berries. The body is light.

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Photo of SadMachine
4.92/5  rDev +8.6%
look: 5 | smell: 4.75 | taste: 5 | feel: 4.75 | overall: 5

Reviewed from notes from 12/24/13
Blend 01

A- Pours a deep raspberry red with a large pink head that dissipates to a collar. Lively effervescent carbonation. Simply gorgeous!

S- The first words to escape my mouth were "Oh my God, this smells amazing!" Huge aromas of raspberry, both tart and sweet. Clearly acidic, with sour green apple, and cherries to go along with the cascades of raspberries. Mild funk and sweet fruit. A nearly perfect smelling fruited sour!

T- All sorts of sour/tart flavors. I'm pretty sure both lacto and pedio were used here, but even if not there's a lot of tart/sour complexity here. Obviously there's tons of raspberries in the flavor, mostly tart, but just enough sweetness to balance it out. The hints of sour cherries and granny smith apples from the nose come through, as well as the slight funk. There's also some oaky, tannic flavors. An absolute delight to drink, and I don't want to finish it!

M- The mouthfeel is effervescent, dry, and acidic. A touch thicker than most sours with all the raspberry sediment floating around, but it's welcome. Nearly perfect for the style!

O- This is nearly a perfect beer! I don't think I've had a sour that has impressed me this much before in every aspect!

edited after also having blends 03 (small sample) & 04 (full pour)

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Photo of Ranz
4.91/5  rDev +8.4%
look: 4.75 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4.75 | overall: 4.75

Batch 6 bottle from 2016

A: Dark garnet hue with quick dissipating head; a millimeter-thin ring of head clings to the edge of my Teku glass.

S: Lacto, raspberry Jolly Ranchers, little bit of barnyard wheat; sugary jam; some merlot notes plucking through.

T: Major tang from the brettas and lactos; rich jammy and tart finish with the raspberries. The jam notes come out more with warmth.

M: Fairly medium in body, which is a bit of a surprise. The acidity finishes quickly, but the kick is there at the beginning. You can almost taste the raspberry seeds after you've swallowed.

O: This is easily the best sour I've enjoyed yet. This is masterful in its balance with one of my favorite fruits.

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Photo of macher0
4.88/5  rDev +7.7%

This will be quick. I'm at Sour Sunday at the Holy Grale in the Ville KY.

Pours dark ruby red. Fine bubble reddish rim. The nose is sour raspberry, sour yeast, funk, and wine soaked oak. The taste starts off tart, lots of cherries raspberry blackberry, sour funk, and a pleasant metallic finish. High carbonation, very smooth, and light body.

This is a very well crafted sour. Big tart and big cherry/raspberry. I can see the reason for the hype.

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Photo of TXBulldog
4.88/5  rDev +7.7%
look: 5 | smell: 5 | taste: 4.75 | feel: 4.75 | overall: 5

Had at the Jester King brewery - draught into a wine glass.

Pours a beautiful deep red - brighter than a red wine but with enough haziness and body that it still looks like a beer instead of a fruit punch. The 'Atrial' name is very appropriate here. Moderate head that leaves some light lacing as it fades.

Nose is very heavy with the scent of fresh raspberries with an underlay of Jester King's signature farmhouse funk.

You can taste that this would be an excellent farmhouse ale even without the addition of the raspberries, but their addition turns this into something truly one of a kind. Loads of sour notes from both the raspberries and the wild yeast. Unlike a lot of lambics and other fruit beers this one is really able to stand on its own as a drinkable beer.

Surprisingly substantial mouthfeel. Fairly light on the carbonation, and once again really distinct from most of the beers that I'd compare it with.

Been waiting for this one for a long time and have to say it was worth the wait. As with most Jester King beers at this point, you have to be onboard with their approach to like their beers, but if you've signed on to their old world farmhouse approach to brewing then this is likely to be a new favorite and is a standout in their lineup.

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Photo of WTKeene
4.86/5  rDev +7.3%
look: 4.75 | smell: 5 | taste: 4.75 | feel: 4.75 | overall: 5

So this is my first review, bear with me.

Had 4oz of this in a wine glass on Sept 7 on tap at Jester King, when I was picking up my allotted three bottles. Wish they would have let me fill my growler!

Appearance: Beautiful shade of crimson, a small pink head that dissipated pretty quickly.

Smell: Wow. This is where the beer really shines. The raspberry really comes through here, it's as if they were just picked off the bush. Hints of the oak and farmhouse funk come through too, but the fresh raspberry is definitely dominant.

Taste: Very tart, raspberry flavor is predictably strong, and again very clean and fresh. Unlike some fruited sours, it doesn't get syrupy sweet. This is surprisingly dry. A bit of the funk flavor comes through, less so with the oak. I could drink this stuff all day, damn that 3 bottle limit!

Mouthfeel: Not thick and syrupy like some others can be. A nice balance of carbonation.

Overall: This beer will become famous, that I'm sure of. Certainly my favorite of Jester King's very interesting selection. I'm going to be drinking those bottles very slowly, it will be interesting first to see how the bottle differs from the Draught version, and second to see how the beer ages over time. I'm excited, will drink this only on special occasions, for sure.

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Photo of Igotmypistola
4.85/5  rDev +7.1%
look: 5 | smell: 5 | taste: 4.75 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 5

As close as wilds get to perfection. More jam than your Grandma's kitchen. Funk and straight raspberry juice. I swear it's like taking a bite. Prickly like black cherry Hansens. This is the truth and I want more.

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Photo of Imperial_Sapient_Groat
4.84/5  rDev +6.8%
look: 4.75 | smell: 5 | taste: 4.75 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 5

Batch 3 bottle split between a couple Prohibition Pig tulips.

A- Gorgeous ruby red, any darker as it would be purple. Quick diminishing fluffy head and lots of chunky raspberry sediment.

S- Best part of this beer for sure. Fresh juicy raspberries, tangy tart smell with a little bit of funk as it warms up. One of the best smelling raspberry beers I've ever had.

T- Not as sour as I may like, but still extremely good. Loads of fresh raspberries, juicy pulpy raspberries. Pretty tart with more funk as It warmed up.

M- Medium bodied, with adequate but not tons of carbonation. Juicy clean feel with a dry finish.

O- The best American raspberry sour I've had for sure. Not overly sour, but it makes up for it in every other way. Gorgeous, I want some more of Atrial.

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Atrial Rubicite from Jester King Brewery
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