Originally Posted by dbrewski
Dude you are on a roll!
[Edit] meant for adamjackson!
Yeah. guys were wondering why I've brewed so much homebrew this year. I generally drink 3 750MLs a day..no hangover..never really feel buzzed. I guess a high tolerance?
If it feels spammy, I'll stop posting so much. It's cool to share here what I'm drinking.
Originally Posted by weirdboy
What do you think of that beer? When I saw the name I was sort of expecting it to taste somewhat like a Flanders Red...but it doesn't at all. I guess I was expecting more sour and was disappointed.
Yeah. This came as a part of my "rare beer club
" in June I think. It's basically very much a Flanders Red (Think Rodenbach) but less tart and maybe more oaky and more lemon and just a hint too much Vinegar. It's not that great. Catchy name but 3.6 out of 5 on the scale.
Here's my ratebeer review
3.6 AROMA 7/10 APPEARANCE 4/5 TASTE 6/10 PALATE 5/5 OVERALL 14/20
adamjackson (757) - Canaan, New Hampshire, USA - OCT 16, 2012
Received this as a part of the Rare Beer Club. 750ML C&C enjoyed at 60F in a Hill Farmstead Glass.
A - Reddish brown appearance. 3 finger head that fades fast to half a finger. Lacing is nice.
S - A tart Rodenbach nose with hints of oak and cherries.
T - Up front is cherries and almost a sugary sweet mango taste. Middle is oak and dry vinegar. Finish is metallic copper and honey with a hint of dark fruits like raisins.
M - Heavy carbonation and a medium body.
O - This is a decent beer. It’s very drinkable, the alcohol is well hidden and it has a very nice tart balance. Maybe too much vinegar? I honestly can’t tell.
I'm NOT a beer expert so I'm sure people that have had this will have critiques. It's drinkable but for what I was charged (about $18 USD), I'm not sure it was worth it. Just get a Rodenbach for $11 LOL.