Funky Gold Mosaic | Prairie Artisan Ales

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BEER INFO

Brewed by:
Prairie Artisan Ales
Oklahoma, United States
prairieales.com

Style: American Wild Ale

Alcohol by volume (ABV): 6.50%

Availability: Rotating

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Added by ThatsThatDude on 05-28-2014

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Ratings:
941
Reviews:
128
Avg:
4.18
pDev:
8.37%
 
 
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Prairie Artisan Ales Funky Gold Mosaic

L: Hazy gold with a tight white head and good retention 4.25
S: A lot of tropical fruit. Pineapple. Mango. Blueberries. Slight, slight earthy funk blends nicely. Sweet grainy malt in a small dose. Incredible! 5
T: Starts out with carbonated juice. The carbonation and lactic sourness combine and hit quickly and it throws my tastebuds for a loop. Tartness rolls in at the end. I'm still holding onto some mango even after it's dried out a while ago. The earthy note is uncovered late and just adds to the experience. This is magnificent! 5
F: Light-medium body. Sourness, tartness and carbonation add to the feel. It dries out a bit quickly, but what you get is great. 4.5
O: This is really good. I don't want this beer to end. The hop:sour:tart:carb ratio is perfect. This dry hopped sour is like nothing I've had before and I've been drinking "craft" for 20 years. US hop growers + US brewers are giving us some great things these days. 5

EYE M A P NESS on the monitor on the label :)

Bottle code 16951RV2|19:49|20115

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I poured it into an oversized ale glass. First thing that can't be ignored is the deep cloudy orange color of the beer with lots of carbonation. Unfortunately the thick head dissipates to almost nothing with no lacing. The first scents that hit my nose was the yeast, and then as it warmed, the aromas changed and I got a blast of sour soda, like Squirt or Graf's 50/50. There was also some hints of fruit in there but I couldn't really distinguish anything in particular. Taste immediately reminded me of orange peel, yeast and once again, Squirt or 50/50. It has a nice and light mouthfeel with a good amount of fizziness.

Overall it's an amazing sour beer. I give it high marks all around as it's a very well balanced beer. I want more of it.

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Funky Gold Mosaic from Prairie Artisan Ales
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