Let's go with another sour beer for #2. I have had this beer in the form of a couple ounce pull off a keg, which was enjoyable. However, it's taken me a while to purchase and now drink this beer. Let's see what New Belgium has done with the newest of their Lips of Faith Series (to me), Flowering Citrus Ale: Gotta love New Belgium's site for this beer (and not just the funky but cool 3D scrolling effect): And I think I'll compare my experience versus their statements: Visual Can't argue with this, but they are being shy about the lovely fluffy white head that sits atop their beer. Loads of lacing early as the foam slowly settles. Aroma Okay - I definitely get the floral note - but it's not as fragrant as I expected. I don't really get the lemony note either (maybe deep in the background), but I do get a musty funkiness. Overall it seems more like an edge of the woods wildflower patch than a rose garden. Flavor Actually the taste brings out the floral additions more than the nose did. Opening up I get the impression of a floral tea with a few petals drifting around in it. I'd go more funky again here versus tart. Generally earthy/herbal, I'm not getting too much sweetness here (thogh notice a little more with a warmer beer). I also do get the lemon note in the back, almost exactly where I'd expect it to be given what I barely noticed on the nose. Mouthfeel I'd go crisp, fairly smooth, fairly clean, mostly refreshing. Definitely not puckering. Medium light body, moderately low carbonation. This is a bit strange. I really did enjoy the sip of this beer I had. This beer, despite its looks, seemed a bit flat - and I don't just mean the feel. The flavors didn't pop like I'd have like, and seemed to meld together too well - to the point of cancelling each other to a degree; not completely muddled but more than I'd like considering some of the notes are subtle in nature. I did grab a sip of my GF's pour, and it seemed a tad better - but not to a large degree. I have two more bottles, so I will get a chance to adjust my review. I may also let it warm up considerably next time, to see if the closer to fridge temps I started analyzing this at was shrouding the beer a tad.