Evil Twin Femme Fatale Noir | Evil Twin Brewing

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Evil Twin Femme Fatale NoirEvil Twin Femme Fatale Noir

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Evil Twin Brewing
New York, United States

Style: American Black Ale

Alcohol by volume (ABV): 6.00%

Availability: Year-round

Notes / Commercial Description:
100% Brett Black IPA

Added by Jason on 02-27-2013

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Photo of stephens101
4.22/5  rDev +11.3%
look: 4.25 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.25

Pours dark brown (near black) with a tan froth that keeps on keepin' on. Smells of plum, roasted malts, and pine. Plum and prune juice surround hints of resin and pine with a strong malt presence lingering. Smooth and easy going, but never boring.

May not be "extreme" or bitter enough for some, but this is excellent and tasty drinking through and through.

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Photo of McThulhu
4.63/5  rDev +22.2%
look: 5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 5 | overall: 4.75

Pour carefully, the head is thick and sticks around, almost like a root beer float in its resilience.

Smells nice and funky, with some nice robust undertones and slight hoppiness.

Taste is more dark than funky, but the carbonation really helps pull this together into a really drinkable black IPA.

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Photo of chinchill
2.59/5  rDev -31.7%
look: 4 | smell: 2.5 | taste: 2.25 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 2.5

22 oz bottle served in a goblet.

Opened with a pronounced pfffft but did not overflow. The pour did raise an over-sized head. Very good retention.

The aroma and flavor reveal a substantial influence of Brett, and the Brett dominates the aftertaste. I have little tolerance for Brett, so this pretty much ruined the beer for me. The base black IPA seems about average in malt/hop balance and strength, but perhaps more bitter than usual.

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Photo of russpowell
4.05/5  rDev +6.9%
look: 4.5 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 4

Pours an effervescent mahogany with 3 fingers of tan head. Great lacing & head retention

S: Pine & brett funkiness once warm

T: Pine & herbal hops, a little roastyness/smokeyness up front, slight astringency as well up front. A little brett sourness/funkiness as this warms, more pineyness & dryness. Finishes with funk, grapefruit, pine & dryness & a little green apple peel

MF: Medium body, moderate carbonation

This is good as a one off, but not one I would drink on a regular basis. Lover's of funk may disagree, worth a try

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Photo of psycHOPathy
1.63/5  rDev -57%
look: 2.5 | smell: 2 | taste: 1 | feel: 3 | overall: 1.5

Pours black with fucked up mashed potato head
Smells medical/clinical somehow. Licorice, grass clippings
Bitter bitter coffee. Coffee I wouldn't even drink. Tastes poisonous frankly. Can't even go on with this review. Hopefully the only time I give this low of a taste rating

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Photo of jzlyo
4.18/5  rDev +10.3%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4.25

Aroma is dark/roasted malts, hops and funk all around. The flavor is citrus, grapefruit, dark malts, very mild coffee, hops/mild hop resin and a mix of slight nuttiness and bitter in the finish.

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Photo of gmoneyproductions
2.2/5  rDev -42%
look: 4.75 | smell: 2.25 | taste: 1.5 | feel: 3.25 | overall: 2.25

wow! this is a complex beer
so much going on here
22 oz bomber poured into a pint glass
poured a dark brown amber to almost black with a very thick tan head that lasted the length of the beer and let lots of lace on the glass
smell is very complex sour funky tangy slightly floral, slightly medicinal
taste sour tangy and medicinal not enjoyable at all
feel chewy
there was no date on the bottle
i tried to iron leg it through this beer and simply could not. drain poured the last 8 oz and it took a long time to cleanse my palate after
points for creativity and complexity but not an enjoyable beer at all
of note, i did no research on this beer prior to purchase and because it said "black IPA" i was expecting something along the lines of the stone sublimely self righteous or back in black
this beer is a whole different animal

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Photo of biboergosum
3.71/5  rDev -2.1%
look: 4.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.75 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.75

22oz bottle, part of a trio of these 100% Brettanomyces afflicted offerings to recently arrive on Alberta's lack of shores.

This beer pours a fairly solid black, at first glance, but upon closer inspection (under that ridiculous amount of teeming puffy, frothy, and somewhat creamy beige head), prominent red cola basal highlights show up in the spectrum, while some rather thorough bonsai tree lace coats the glass as everything genially retreats.

It smells of roasted, kind of meaty caramel malt, a strong funky, horsey, and phenolic band-aid bacterial thing, sour cafe-au-lait, pine needles, further dank forest floor notes, and a soft earthy hop bitterness. The taste is bready, doughy, and well-toasted caramel malt, bittersweet chocolate, a thankfully dialed-back funky and sour bacteria/yeast astringency, muddled pine and leafy green notes, a twinge of free-range wet ash, and more plain earthy weedy, and mildly singed hops.

The carbonation is actually fairly subdued in its quotidian frothiness, the body a solid medium weight, and so-so smooth, as the funk and the char really can't think they could pull that one off, could they? It finishes off-dry, the roasted caramel and cocoa flavours starting to drown out the varied yeasty acridity.

Yeah, Noir is presented a little too disjointedly, between the pour and the initial aroma funk blast, however, it more or less evens out to a decently rendered hoppy black ale. Overall, there's certainly enough Brett here to satisfy its aficionados, and a genuinely robust base under it all, so, against my well-honed better judgement, I can still duly recommend this one.

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Photo of superspak
3.9/5  rDev +2.9%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

22 ounce bottle into tulip glass; no bottle dating, but is a recent release. Pours pitch black color with a 2 finger dense tan head with good retention, that reduces to a small cap that lingers. Nice spotty soapy lacing clings around the glass. Aromas of big grapefruit, tangerine, pineapple, lemon zest, orange peel, pine, citrus rind, chocolate, cocoa, coffee, toast, light char, floral, grass, pepper, light funk, and floral/roasted earthiness. Damn nice aromas with good balance and complexity of citrus/floral hops, fruity/spicy brett, and dark/roasted malt notes; with good strength. Taste of big grapefruit, tangerine, pineapple, lemon zest, orange peel, citrus rind, pine, chocolate, cocoa, coffee, toast, light char, floral, grass, pepper, light funk, and floral/roasted earthiness. Moderate amount of roast/pine/citrus rind bitterness and yeast spiciness on the finish; with lingering notes of grapefruit, tangerine, pineapple, lemon/orange zest, citrus rind, pine, chocolate, cocoa, coffee, toast, light char, pepper, light funk, and floral/roasted earthiness on the finish for a while. Very nice balance, robustness, and complexity of citrus/floral hops, fruity/spicy brett, and dark/roasted malt flavors; with a nice bitterness/sweetness balance and zero cloying flavors after the finish. Medium carbonation and body; with a smooth, fairly creamy/sticky, and lightly chalky mouthfeel that is nice. Alcohol is well hidden with only a slight warming present after the finish. Overall this is a very nice Black IPA style. All around good complexity, robustness, and balance of citrus/floral hops, fruity/spicy Brett, and dark/roasted malt flavors; and very smooth and fairly crisp to drink. A very enjoyable offering.

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Photo of barczar
3.7/5  rDev -2.4%

Aroma is roasty malt, pine, dark cocoa, and grapefruit. Flavor is roasty, with medicinal tones. The finish is bitter coffee grounds, a bit too bitter and charred for me. Underlying grapefruit is muted, but provides contrast to counter the bitter character. It's just not enough. Balance is decidedly bitter.

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Photo of jrenihan
3.89/5  rDev +2.6%
look: 3.75 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.75 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Beer is black with a smallish tan head. Head fades fairly quickly. No lace.

Nose contains a mix of chocolate and citrus. The Brett is there as well, imparting a bit of a funky/yeasty scent, but it is not prominent. To be honest, if I had not been looking for it, I might not have noticed it. However, it is not hard to notice when looking.

The Brett is more prominent in the taste, resulting in a flavour that is quite dry and a bit a bit medicinal. The chocolate and citrus are also present, bringing in the more expected black IPA flavours. The two are quite balanced - neither is more prominent than the other. That being said, it is not a balance that works that well. I find the flavours to clash somewhat.

Medium bodied, moderately carbonated. Quite dry.

Overall, pretty good, but not great. The Brett imparts a very noticeable dryness, but not a lot of the flavours that I tend to associate with Brett. I don't know enough about Brett or the brewing process to say why this is, but the all-Brett beers that I have had seem to often turn out this way - dry but not the sour cherry-like flavour that I often get in beers where Brett only plays part of the role.

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Photo of BMMillsy
3.92/5  rDev +3.4%
look: 4.25 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4

Pours pitch black with a small off white head. Aroma of lots of strong pine and some dry wood smell that comes off like cedar. Flavor is lots of pine with some interesting underlying black ale sweetness. Dry finish with lingering pine, and I think a lot of the dryness might come from the brett here. Pretty strong carbonation increases the dryness. Gains an extra creaminess as it warms. Pretty interesting and unique black IPA. Not my favorite of the style, but very nice.

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Photo of iong516
4.85/5  rDev +28%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 5

Not sure why I didn't give this a 5 across the board. I've been making a point to try both Black IPAs and anything with Brett for a few years now, but I haven't seen a pairing of the two. An issue I have with some Brett offerings is a lack of balance as many tend to be overpowered by the Brett funk. Although this beer is unmistakably Brett it is also unmistakably a very hoppy, roasty black beer. This beer is firing on all cylinders and is everything one should expect from a Brett black IPA.

A: as advertised, black. Careful pour yields a finger foam, nice lacing. A surprisingly thick sediment coated the bottom of the bomber after the last pour. The last few drops were a dark, thick motor oil, but I always enjoy the taste and mouthfeel addition of sediment to the final pour when present.

S: hops, roast, brett. I honestly didn't appreciate the smell enough and just wanted to dive in.

T/M have to be considered together here IMO. Very silky, bitter, funk, bbq roast. I'm feeling redundant but everything is as advertised for a black Brett IPA with nothing more, but everything meeting hopes and expectations perfectly. The aftertaste is teasing me. Time to go to bed, and I regret having to brush my teeth and drink water.

O: see above. I'm very impressed and wish I had bought more. Purchased at a wonderful diamond in the rough Community Tap in Greenville, SC. I bought one bomber amongst other purchases and am kicking myself for using restraint in a beer store for once. I may call a friend to shelve away a few more to ensure I have something to look forward to for next visit.

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Photo of Neorebel
4.08/5  rDev +7.7%
look: 4.25 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Femme Fatale Noir has an outstanding appearance, with its near-opaque blackness, tan, frothy head, and ample lacing. Perfect for the style. The aroma is quite alluring, with fresh citrus and kiwi fruit esters, and the herbal brett being the most noticeable characteristics. The taste is quite smooth, beginning with a big punch of piny hop bitterness intermingled with earthy brett, then fading out while the roasted malt comes in. It's got a very light body, perhaps a bit too light, but there's a nice, creamy mouth feel to it that picks up the slack. . The finish is very dry, and the bitterness sneaks back in. Overall an interesting beer from the great Evil Twin of Denmark. Recommended.

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Photo of MacQ32
3.85/5  rDev +1.6%
look: 3.75 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 3.75

A - Dark dark brown, near black with a really nice near 2 finger brown head, decent retention, ok lacing. Head kind of reforms as you drink a bit.

S - Piney earthy hops and heavily roasted malts, fun and maybe some sweeter chocolates as well.

T - Some brett funkyness and pined hops hit at once. Brett is not overpowering but very much present, lots of roasty malts and earthy hops. Malty sweetness occasionally makes an appearance through the roastyness.

M - Lightish body for what it is, well carbonated, quite drinkable.

O - Honestly, I think this was one of the better (although unconventional) black ipas had. Definitely not for everyone but glad I tried it.

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Photo of wedge
3.85/5  rDev +1.6%
look: 3 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 3.75 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

@ Bottle Revolution

I was warned it was a little odd looking and she was right...murky brown, like iced coffee with cream. It's not necessarily unattractive though, the head is thick and creamy, covering the surface for the duration. Resinous, oily pine hop aromas with some char and earth thrown into the mix. Flavors of bitter pine, subtle roast, hefty citrus rind, light coffee, and some herbal hops. No funkiness so speak of, but there is an interesting peppery heat in the finish. Aggressively bitter hops linger on the tongue well after the last sip. Medium bodied with a dry finish. Intriguing and pretty well done all around.

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Photo of GarthDanielson
3.51/5  rDev -7.4%
look: 4 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 3 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

Poured from a bomber into a shaker pint, the beer is a very dark brown-to-black coloring with chestnut highlights around the edges and a frothy, foamy, dense head that is light tan and starts around an inch, but quickly settles into a thin, filmy coating. Aromas of roasted grains, resiny and bitter hops, and a touch of smoke. There are some coffee notes, and the tangy hops have highlights of citrus on the nose, as well. Very aromatic, and it smells tasty. Flavors are a bit muddled. Initially, the forward tongue is wrestled over by a chocolate-coffee blend and some citrus and bitter hops. That imbalance flows all over the rest of the palate, with a bitter, dry roasted characteristic ultimately winning over by the end of each sip. Some of the chocolate-coffee flavors build as you drink, which in turn mutes just about every influence from the hops, including the hints of resiny bitterness and citrus tart/sweet that peek around the corner every once in a while. The aftertaste becomes a little more balanced, with a heavy roasted coffee bitterness that is undercut by grapefruit and floral hops. Smooth, clean finish, with the coffee flavors lingering around a bit. I liked where this beer was heading initially, but the flavor profiles just didn't mesh for me.

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Photo of Ryan011235
3.2/5  rDev -15.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 2.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3

Poured into an Urthel glass on 5/15/13

Dark, stained brown with a nod toward black. The head rises slowly to one finger before dropping to a slanted shelf of foam. A few drippings of sandy brown lace. The lace gets thicker after a few sips.

Pine needle and hop greenery are a prominent realization in the aroma followed up with thick dark roast and some chocolate. The brett seems pretty marginal here, adding something of a dampness to the pine needles. The fragrance thus seems akin to a forest. It smells pretty good.

Oh, but the brett tastes oh so strong. I can't tell if the hops are incredibly one dimensional and brittle or if the brett is merely telescoping in on the mildly sticky and heavily bitter hops. After several sips I am inclined toward the latter, but I cannot be sure with Evil Twin. The roast is moderately dry and there are touches of dark chocolate sweetness. The roast reveals burnt and charred notes as the beer warms. The finish is tart; somewhat puckering when factoring in the piney bitterness. Seems like there are some hints of lemon in here too.

The feel is pretty well where I like it. An underlying medium-full, silky body distressed with hop resin and gradually soothed carbonation. It is a feel like this that makes manageable the musty aspects of the brett.

I really like brett in lighter, crisper golden ale sorts of things but I'm not sure what is the point of putting brett into an alright black IPA. I took a chance on this since it seemed kind of interesting and gave it the benefit of the doubt because it was brewed and bottled at Westbrook. Femme Fatale Noir has her charms but not nearly as much as Dead Letter Office covers and black & white cinema.

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Photo of magictacosinus
2.97/5  rDev -21.6%
look: 2.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 2.75 | feel: 3.25 | overall: 2.75

Poured as part of the "We Want the Funk" flight at Trappist Provisions from a 22oz bottle into a 6oz wine glass. No freshness or bottling date. Consumed "05/08/13." Review is from my notes.

If this is supposed to be a "femme fatale," I'm torn, as the color is intriguing yet undeniably strange. Ruby-plum, almost to the point of being lavender or purple colored, and absolutely as hazy and cloudy as a beer could be. Hardly any head to speak of. Indeed, I cannot find any clarity in the bottle, and it swirls as a sludgy, cloudy, mucky liquid. Every sip left behind some cloudy residue sticking to the glass. I might have gotten an extra yeasty pour, but I don't really know what to think of this here.

The aroma is actually a far better start to this, containing a variety of dark fruits combined with a slight tart sourness and ridged musty phenols. Plums, raisins, brandy, earthiness, skunky, sour, aging yeast, and beyond all, a sour flavor caused by the Brett that is subtle yet adds character to all of these flavors. This is really *all* about the yeast here, as well as the sour backdrop that accentuates the fruity notes. My only complaint is how murky and muddled the phenols smell overall here, and the muted hop profile, as well as slightly distracting Brett strain, make it rather a chore to seek them. It's unique enough to hold interest, but some clarity and balance is needed.

The flavor is quite similar, although less soured than I expected it would be. Here, it tastes like an average Belgian-style dark ale, only notable for its slight extra acidic astringency at the back of the tongue. There's an initial vinous, semi-strong aroma of plums and figs, only to quickly fade away and be replaced with an abnormally bitter and muddled mess of flavors. Burnt currants, black tea, black soured cherries, oak, maybe some tobacco, or maybe some leather, but the finish that is slightly acidic yet sludgy from the yeast makes this a chore to drink. The acidity AND smokiness that slowly reveals itself at the back gets far stranger, in fact. This wasn't as bizarre as the Fantôme Printemps that I had on the flight, but it was almost equally grating.

Wasn't a big fan of this one. The initial soured plum flavor is quite pleasant, but it quickly deteriorates with the smokiness and soured flavor. There needs to be more balance here, even for style at hand, as well as rustic bright notes from the Brett rather than extra acidity. I have enjoyed other beers before by Evil Twin, but this one didn't hold enough interest for me in the long run.

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Photo of thagr81us
3.79/5  rDev 0%
look: 4 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 3.75 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.75

Served from bottle into a Westbrook snifter (it was brewed there at least). Poured a massively dark brown (almost black) with a one finger light tan head that subsided to a minimal amount slowly. Maintained phenomenal lacing throughout the glass. The aroma was comprised of sweet malt, roasted malt, dark chocolate, funk, and earth. The flavor was of sweet malt, dark chocolate, roasted malt, cream, earth, earth hop, and subtle dark fruit. It had a light feel on the palate with high carbonation. Overall this was fairly good brew. In all honesty, I'm not a huge fan of this style but I'm always open to revisiting things. This one did have some nice touches going on, but the flavor was definitely way more on the roasty side than I usually enjoy. However this was still a fairly nicely put together brew. Definitely worth your time if you are a fan of the style.

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Photo of BEERchitect
3.75/5  rDev -1.1%
look: 3.75 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 3.75 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 3.75

She's dark, mysterious, alluring. She's bitter, tough, raw, and with the strength to kick your ass. She'll make you like the beatings and ask for more; she's Femme Fatale.

She opens with a dark "bark" brown color and a mid-sized blanket of foam. Holding firm, her head lasts the session and laces brokenly as her froth trails behind. Hazy and ominous, she's rich with yeasty sediment- just the way I like 'em!

Sharp aromas of burnt toast, pine needles, and resinous citrus oils pierce through the nose in nearly intimidating intensity. Wood, slight char, walnuts and burnt sugars wrap around the hops and offer a delicate balance.

Flavors fare similarly as the short-lived sweetness evades the taste early and leaves the middle palate to recon with the blend of toast, then grapefruit, and then burnt barley husks. She culminates with an embattled taste of resinous pine, pithy citrus oils, and a bitter walnut-type bitterness to close.

Dry throughout, body is tight and lean as any would-be sugars fall to her wayside as she favors an arid, almost chalky finish with sharply astringent "stemmy" hops, grass, and husk.

She's a raw and rustic American Black Ale that's dry like IPA but balances with charred malt character to enhance her palatability without distracting from her hop onslaught.

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Photo of babaracas
4.11/5  rDev +8.4%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4.25

Pours a slightly hazy dark brown with one finger thick brown foam. Big spray of lace sticks down the glass. Smell: light roast and smoke, chocolate, spicy, citrus peel. Taste: peppery, citric, slightly garlicky... earthy with cocoa, finishing with caramel and toast and a bit acidic... lemon, pine. Creamy, fluffy feel. Really enjoyable.

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Photo of CloudStrife
4.17/5  rDev +10%
look: 4.25 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.25

22oz bottle split and poured into a tulip.

A: Pours a very dark opaque brown with a light tannish cream head. A touch of lacing on the glass. Easily can swirl the glass to create more head. A coffee like brownish hue with a mocha top.

S: Floral hops are the first thing with a chocolaty backbone. Roasted malts as well a bit of nuttiness. Bit of a saison presence. Light only gets through about 1/8 inch.

T: This is one complex beer, lots of flavor in it. Starts off a hoppy yet roasty profile. Fresh floral and citrus hops that linger perfectly with the Brett. Bit of nuttiness on the backend. Certainly a funkiness to it from the Brett. Taste more boozy than it is. The farmhousey flavor comes out more when it lingers in the backend with the hops.

M: Medium body with low carbonation. Quite crisp finish. Leaves you with a dry mouthfeel. Not overly sticky for the hops.

Overall a very complex and interesting beer that took a lot of thought to review. A new approach on one of my favorite styles. Would love to get another to set down for a year to let the yeast develop.

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Photo of DrinkSlurm
4.13/5  rDev +9%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4

Poured from 22oz bottle into crooked stave tulip. Purchased at Total Wine Norwalk for $8.50.
Poura a nice deep black with tan rim and lacing. Looks inviting and nice. Great hop aromas just fill the air when opened; complemented by the slight roasty malt and slight funk/earthiness. Really nice.
Great mild hop flavor with nice bitter coffee malt backbone. There is a slight funk to it, but its very mild...almost dont really notice the brett - and probably wouldnt even comment on it if I didnt already know. Like the bottle says, its difficult to have such a hoppy beer fermented with brett as they dont really work well together. Im thinking this was a not so hoppy back ale that was insanely dry hopped right before bottling when the brett was done...but however it was done, its damn tasty. well worth it...and kudos on a job well done on this brew!!

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Photo of LiquidAmber
3.83/5  rDev +1.1%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

Poured into a Dogfish Head pint glass. Pours a very dark brown, appearing black in the glass, with a half finger light brown head with good retention and lacing. Light aroma of citrus hops, bready malt, faintly earthy. Flavor starts with day old coffee, toasted, slightly smoky malt, dry and slightly astringent. Light fruit fruit flavor (apple and pear) develop in the background, then finishes dry, roasty, with hop bitterness and the brett yeast becomes more noticeable. Finish is a bit astringent and dry, which may be a plus for brett fans. Medium bodied. An interesting, rather idiosyncratic ABA; I like the light touch of brett (or at least it is well covered by the nice toasty malt), but I'm not sure it works well with this very dry toasty body. I'm a fan of very light, deft touches of brett, and it is not assertive in this beer. Intriguing, but not a beer I will want to return to.

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Evil Twin Femme Fatale Noir from Evil Twin Brewing
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