November 24, 2014

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The final 3 beers from Crooked Stave’s Cellar Reserve program have arrived and it’s time to leave a review for each of them. These are a pretty weak finish to an otherwise great year of beers.

Crooked Stave Nightcap

Crooked Stave Nightcap – 2.1

 AROMA 4/10   APPEARANCE 2/5   TASTE 5/10   PALATE 2/5   OVERALL 8/20
CR 2014 Bottle. Enjoyed @ 45F in stemware split 2 ways.

A – Dark plum red with cherry and burgundy. No head, some sediment.

S – Coffee, Chocolate and vinegar are the most dominating aspects with some sort of coriander or herbal spice.

T – Very sour and dominates all of the adjuncts. I get some coffee and creamy sugar up front and a touch of that at the finish. Sour just overwhelms and detracts from everything else.

M – Thin oily mouthfeel, very little carbonation

O – Just not a fan of this one. Too many adjuncts for what is a very sour beer.

 

Crooked Stave Nightcap

Crooked Stave Nightcap

 

Crooked Stave L'Brett Pluot

Crooked Stave L’Brett d’Pluot – 3.2

  AROMA 6/10   APPEARANCE 4/5   TASTE 6/10   PALATE 3/5   OVERALL 13/20
2014 Cellar Reserve. Allowed upright for a few days in the fridge. Split 2 ways in stemware @ 45F

A – Looks really nice, very little carbonation with sort of a faint cloudy peach color or strawberry juice.

S – Nose is very light. you get a sour tart affect with faint persimmon, peach, pluot (duh) aromas and some rotten eggs / sulphur.

T – Taste is pretty good. I get a little heartburn and tongue rawness from the overly sour aspect of this, light tropical fruits and vinegar with a malty sweet finish

M – Mouthfeel is the same with most CR beers. thin, slightly oily not a lot to phone home about

O – This is one of the weaker L’Bret releases this year.

Crooked Stave L'Brett Pluot

Crooked Stave L'Brett Pluot

 

Crooked Stave Surette Reserva (Dry Hopped)

Crooked Stave Surette Reserva (Oak Barrels) Dry Hopped – 3.6

   AROMA 9/10   APPEARANCE 3/5   TASTE 6/10   PALATE 3/5   OVERALL 15/20
Really hoping this is the right entry. Possibly, this should be aliased but it is a commercial bottled release and is different from last year’s. Green bottle, green wax, CR 2014 bottle.

A – Very nice slightly cloudy muted orange, almost no head at all. Probably would look nicer if I let it sit a few more days upright.

S – I do get a little bit of hard-boiled eggs, pineapple, guava and mango and other tropical fruits with citrus closely to grapefruit.

T – This is very sour. Lactic acid is prevalent and juicy-fruit jolly rancher tastes, some granny smith apple and lemon. Clean with no vinegar at all which is great. Tang-soda finish.

M – Force carbed thin-ness, Not bubble or refreshing. Standard mouthfeel.

O – Not the strongest in CS’s 2014 lineup but it’s a good beer that I’ll try to drink fresh as possible.

 

Crooked Stave Surette Reserva (Dry Hopped)

Crooked Stave Surette Reserva (Dry Hopped)

November 24, 2014

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PB210025

4.6

   AROMA 10/10   APPEARANCE 4/5   TASTE 9/10   PALATE 5/5   OVERALL 18/20

2014 Vintage, 750ML allowed to be upright for 3 days in the fridge and enjoyed split 2 ways with my friend who grabbed it.

A – It looks very similar to Susan in that it’s a minor hazy deep orange 2 finger creamy head that fades slowly to a minor bit of lacing.

S – Smells similar to E. but has more juiciness, clementine and orange peel and grapefruit. Brett and sourdough bread a nice clean nose with juice for days.

T – This is really impressive. Basically, Susan is my favorite non-DIPA from Hill Farmstead. I love how juicy and well layered it is and I would drink it daily unless Abner was available then DUH. just think…Susan with a lot of juicy bitterness still left over even after a year with a lot of Brett C & Brett B, doughy sourdough, crackers, funk with juicy tones. Was this dry hopped after the year in oak? It ’s so good.

M – Bit mouthfeel from bottle conditioning. candy sweetness stays around for a while. It’s delicious

O – This is fantastic. I don’t want to wait and hold on to my bottles. It’s so good right now that I can’t imagine it getting any better. Fantastic!!!!!!! I love Hill Farmstead beers but this is a freaking winner like beyond the average 4.0 rating I give most HFS beers. I need more of this in my life. Amazing.

PB210034

November 24, 2014

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I’ve been to Belgium so many times that the inspiration to capture a lot of photos has dropped quite a bit but I still managed to take a few. I’m posting beer related photos here. The non-beer photos will go on my main blog.

Cantillon Framboise Lambik, Sausage, Celery Salt and Cheese

Tradition remains consistent. When I arrive in Belgium I either go to the nearest bar and order a Jupiler or a Cantillon Rose w/ Cheese & Mustard. Night one was a 1 beer evening but this was a delicious first start.

At Cantillon, Brussels Belgium

The current beers available @ Cantillon was very slim this time around. I was going to get a few cases of Rose & Kriek. Too bad.

At Cantillon, Brussels Belgium

Cantillon Jonge Lambiek and Faro

I always get Jonge Lambiek and Faro @ Cantillon. They’re always different and very cheap.

PB140026

Cuvee de Florian is much better in the bottle than the kegs we had at Zwanze but the bright hops and cherry are faded slightly.

2011 3 Fonteinen Oude Geuze

2001 3 Fonteinen Oude Gauze. They had ’97 but I’m cautious about ordering older bottles especially since the older one was 9 euros more.

3 Fonteinen Faro and Oude Lambik

Same as before, Lambiek and Faro, this time at 3 Fonteinen

2 Year Old Orval

2011 Orval at DHVL…goes well with Stew and Frite

3 Fonteinen J & J Oude Geuze Roze

I finally got to try J&J Roze. Had to drink it by myself so I shared a glass with Joost and with the staff. Believe it or not, I was so full off of food that I didn’t even get to finish the bottle. Still nice to get the beer rating.

Beer Tasting in Gent Belgium

The most American beer label every brewed in Israel

Toon van den Broek Geuze II

St. Sixtusabdij - Westvleteren Belgium

Finally got to visit the St. Sixtus Abbey

St. Sixtusabdij - Westvleteren Belgium

…and make a Westy 12 Float

Het Oude Schooltje - Struise Brouwers @ The Old School

Strauss located in a school house near St. Sixtus has a new draft system with 30 taps.

Het Oude Schooltje - Struise Brouwers @ The Old School

Het Oude Schooltje - Struise Brouwers @ The Old School

And they ferment outside. There’s no room inside for their fermentation tanks.

’t Antwaerps Bierhuyske

In de Verzekering tegen de Grote Dorst

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In de Verzekering tegen de Grote Dorst

Girardin Kriek Lambiek and Oud Beersel Oude Lambiek

In de Verzekering tegen de Grote Dorst

1990 De Neve Kriek. Ratable so I had to order a bottle

In de Verzekering tegen de Grote Dorst

This is one of my favorite Gueuze that’s cheap and limited. 1200ish bottles produced for the Bierpallieters club (they also host weekend of spontaneous fermentation – photos). Under $20 at Grote Dorst…not fully carbonated but still delicious.

November 21, 2014

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Vermont Beer Passport Schwag Bag of Goodies

Myself and two friends spent the summer going to every brewery on the Vermont Beer Passport. It’s funny because on day-one, the first brewery we hit saw our passport with 15 breweries and said, “you have the old one” and gave us a passport with 25 breweries…..

Then toward the end of our travels, we received another updated passport with close to 30 on it. We went to a lot of breweries this summer and I mailed in 2 evenly completed passports for a total of 30 breweries and got this in the mail as a gift. This is the stuff you get when you visit all VT breweries in the booklet

  • “Drink Vermont Beer” shirt
  • VT Brewers Hat
  • Eco-Beer Tote
  • 2 Coasters
  • 1 Bumper Sticker
  • 1 heavy duty metal bottle opener

Not a bad haul for doing what I was already doing which is visiting breweries and drinking their beer. Although we didn’t keep track of mileage but I’m betting it was over 1200 miles for all 6 weekends that we went out and hit clusters of breweries in various parts of VT. 

November 21, 2014

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Beer Haul - November 21st

The beer haul for November + 1st week of December is going to be straight up absurd. I’ll have that post up in a few weeks. Just got back from 10 days in Europe and I’m pretty tired but I have a lot of work today in the next three business days before I drive 17 hours to Chicago for BCS. Yeah, Belgium, Poland, BCS Day, Bruery, Crooked Stave and rare bourbon releases all in the same month. Beer Haul is just going to be stupid. 

Got this Bourbon for a stupid high price of $85. Pappy is getting expensive. Not sure it’s worth that much but I’ll share it with friends who haven’t had it yet. 

Hope you all have some good Thanksgiving plans.

November 21, 2014

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Toon van den Broek Geuze II

4

   AROMA 9/10   APPEARANCE 4/5   TASTE 7/10   PALATE 4/5   OVERALL 16/20

UPDATED: NOV 17, 2014 Acquired in a trade with 77Ships and we opened this in Belgium so others can rate it as well. This is a new Gueuze from a place in Netherlands. It is rateable but there was no official label yet.

A – HUGE gusher. we could have lost half the bottle if we weren’t careful. . very bubbly huge bubbles head. cloudy beer with a bright orange appearance Looks like every other young Gueuze blend.

S – The nose is nice. Lots of lemon, some banana, grape skins and white wine notes. It smells really good.

T – The taste is okay. It’s quite sweet, has a copper penny metallic note. Oily without much of a body but maybe it just needs more time in the bottle to balance out? Sweet lemon,lime finish with tart acidity like from a kiwi w/ skin.

M – Thin mouth feel and not bursting with carbonation.

O – It’s a nice Gueuze but I’d wait a few years if you have a bottle. Might need more time. Open one now, cellar the other for 2 years.

Toon van den Broek Geuze II

Toon van den Broek Geuze II

Toon van den Broek Geuze II

November 19, 2014

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BIIR 4B Oude Gueuze - 2014 Lambic Series

3.5

   AROMA 9/10   APPEARANCE 3/5   TASTE 7/10   PALATE 2/5   OVERALL 14/20

UPDATED: NOV 17, 2014 I bought a bottle at Hopduvel Gent and acquired another in a trade. Opened with 77Ships and others in Gent, Belgium. Bottle was pretty cloudy.

A – Very cloudy (mostly due to be transported) with a bright yellow creamy 2 finger head that faded to some stickies.

S – The nose is really nice! Lots of lemon,lime. Very grape forward with a nice dryness. smells really really good!

T – Okay, so the taste falls short. It starts really nice and then you get a sweet candy like taste in the middle. finish goes back to basics with a nice dry finish with a touch of port wine. I think currently, this beer is too sweet for me with maybe candy and jolly rancher sour.

M – Decent mouthfeel. Champagne like

O – I’d like to see if this fades so I’ll grab some bottles to keep for a few years. Good gueuze out of the gate and can get way better with time.

BIIR 4B Oude Gueuze - 2014 Lambic Series

November 17, 2014

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3 Fonteinen J & J Oude Geuze Roze

 

4.2

   AROMA 9/10   APPEARANCE 4/5   TASTE 7/10   PALATE 5/5   OVERALL 17/20

Had this today at DHVL. Shared with with Joost and other staff since I was by myself and too full from eating a lot of stew. Very few of these still remain for purchase on-site. none for To-Go. Enjoyed @ cellar temp in a basket in a Geuze glass.

A – Orange and gold color of out only a small bit of sediment. 1 finger of creamy head. Didn’t fade at all very resilient.

S – The nose is very classically 3 F. Musty lemon grass, some salt and very present oak nose with kiwi and mango.

T – I get a minor copper penny taste that starts in the middle and sticks around for a while. Must and rotten apples with oak tannin and some pineapple and fig. Slightly cheesy with lemon and like tartness

M – Mouthfeel is full bodied, still a lot of carbonation and the copper and lemon stick around for a while

O – Like Blauw, I would have loved to have this fresh. Storage and bottle variation so I’ll say I prefer Roze to Blauw but I have no idea how Blauw was kept but this is tasting great for a beer bottled in 2001 (according to Joost).

3 Fonteinen J & J Oude Geuze Roze

November 10, 2014

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Cantillon Fou Foune

First, it’s possible that one or both things happened this year. The first is that Fou Foune’s 2014 batch is significantly larger than last year and the second is that far less bottles went to export than previous years. All I know for sure is that this beer has been on sale for quite some time @ Cantillon limit 1 case per person with no sign of selling out any time soon. 

It’s a fantastic beer and looks to be far easier to get

October 26, 2014

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This isn’t a full on review since it’s been so long since I’ve had Batch 2 of Art. Actually, I think Hill Farmstead is referring to these as “Blends” as opposed to “Batches” which is similar to Flora as well which is on Blend #5 released last August.

Anyway, the latest Hill Farmstead Art Blend came out this week and I grabbed a bottle and decided to crack it open. Acquired Wednesday, I tried to leave it upright in the fridge all week to allow for the most clarity but honestly it can do with about 6 weeks of being upright to really shine. Great beer, tons of wine notes, subdued hop bitterness and very refined. Excellent beer!

Hill Farmstead Art (Batch 3 - 2014)

 

Hill Farmstead Art (Batch 3 - 2014)

 

Hill Farmstead Art (Batch 3 - 2014)

 

Hill Farmstead Art (Batch 3 - 2014)

October 14, 2014

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Sante Adairius Deaf Stewart

3.4

   AROMA 7/10   APPEARANCE 3/5   TASTE 7/10   PALATE 3/5   OVERALL 14/20

AdamJackson (2652) – Enfield, New Hampshire, USA – SEP 30, 2014 

Thanks for the share, guys.

A – Slightly hazy nose, mild head that fades fast

S – Nose is white grape, honeycomb, some maple wood and peach skin with a tough of sulphur.

T – Taste is slightly acetic with a touch of wheat, loads of lemon and finish contains melon and kiwi with acidic pineapple.

M – Thin body, slight oily. vinegar light lemon and pineapple at the end.

O – This is a good beer, very good considering the ABV. very tart and refreshing.

Sante Adairius Deaf Stewart

 

Sante Adairius Deaf Stewart

October 13, 2014

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Side Project Pulling Nails #1

 

2.7

   AROMA 5/10   APPEARANCE 3/5   TASTE 6/10   PALATE 3/5   OVERALL 10/20

AdamJackson (2652) – Enfield, New Hampshire, USA – SEP 30, 2014

Acquired in a trade, this is #1. Cellar temp in stemware split 5 ways

A – very dark orange a 1 finger creamy head fades to a thin line.

S – Very grape forward, touch of vinegar and pear…acetic notes.

T – Very acidic tart sour almost harsh boozy medicinal. Very tart, cherry and woody

M – Thick, boozy and a dry finish

O – This is an interesting beer but like most american wild ales, I just don’t like it.

Side Project Pulling Nails #1

 

Side Project Pulling Nails #1

October 10, 2014

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La Face Cachée de la Pomme Neige Reserve

 

4.2

   AROMA 9/10   APPEARANCE 5/5   TASTE 8/10   PALATE 5/5   OVERALL 15/20

AdamJackson (2652) – Enfield, New Hampshire, USA – SEP 30, 2014 

2006 Reserva enjoyed with Tommy and others.

A – Dark orange almost a bronze gold. Nice alcohol legs, flat obviously.

S – Has a huge fruity apple and pear with a little bit of clove and prune. Nose is pretty huge with lots of fruit

T – Wow. There is a ton of flavor in this one. It has an almost rotten apple finish. up front I get blueberry, apple, honeysuckle and just loads and loads of apple.

M – Thick, viscous and oily. coats every aspect of the tongue and leaves a lot of sweetness

O – This is a very unique cider. I’d love to get more!

October 10, 2014

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I have a busy 8 weeks ahead. In between these trips are a few very large beer tastings and planned. Very excited to return to Belgium even if it’s only for 5 days and then I’ll be off to Poland for the first time. Always amazed that I have a job that takes me to Belgium so often. As usual, I’ll have some updates here throughout the trip.

After Europe, I’ve used the stupid amount of Hertz & Hilton points earned this year to go back to Chicago w/ my buddy Chris for Bourbon County Day. 

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October 9, 2014

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Pizza Boy Bleurbon Berry

 

3.3

   AROMA 7/10   APPEARANCE 5/5   TASTE 6/10   PALATE 3/5   OVERALL 12/20

AdamJackson (2652) – Enfield, New Hampshire, USA – SEP 30, 2014 

Bottle from a trade. Split 4 ways at fridge temp in stemware.

A – Looks like most other blueberry beers. has that nice purple red color, mild head that faded fast.

S – Smells very raw like hand picked blueberries with a lot of oak, bark, sort of a musty earthy aroma. mild sweetness with a hard whiskey nose.

T – Well, it’s tannic, oaky, certainly has the standard american wild pucker up characteristics. Blueberry is faint but that’s to be expected with any blueberry beer.

M – nice sweetness, dry finish.

O – For an american wild aged in bourbon with blueberries, I like this more than expected. couldn’t down a bottle though or finish a glass. Still nice to try.

Pizza Boy Bleurbon Berry

 

 

Pizza Boy Bleurbon Berry

October 8, 2014

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Kuhnhenn Bourbon Barrel Banana Bochet French Toast

 

3.9

   AROMA 10/10   APPEARANCE 5/5   TASTE 7/10   PALATE 2/5   OVERALL 15/20

AdamJackson (2652) – Enfield, New Hampshire, USA – SEP 30, 2014

Thanks CP for sharing this one! Enjoyed 4 ways @ cellar temp or around there in stemware.

A – Still (obviously) with a very burnt orange and gold

S – This smells incredible. Nose is cinnamon dolce with with creamy lactose, insanely amazing. like french toast on buttery bread. my god I feel so fat.

T – well.as the name suggests this is a cinnamon brown sugar, loads of doughy sourdough, a rye spice is in here, almost too much herbal spice. a lot of booziness that maybe fades with time?

M – Very thin with a huge sweetness.

O – Incredible mead but almost too extreme for this youngling who doesn’t know mead yet.

Kuhnhenn Bourbon Barrel Banana Bochet French Toast

October 7, 2014

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Oxbow / Stillwater Stillbow Oxtisanal

 

4

   AROMA 9/10   APPEARANCE 5/5   TASTE 7/10   PALATE 4/5   OVERALL 15/20

AdamJackson (2652) – Enfield, New Hampshire, USA – SEP 30, 2014 

Thanks Matt for bringing this to Tommy to share. enjoyed 4 ways in stemware.

A – Nose has a minor hazy orange and a 2 finger creamy head that fades fast to next to nothing.

S – Has a mild acidic and tart lemon skin bitterness like european hops and some solid wheat and tropical fruit.

T – Taste has a very clean lively fruity bitterness. I get mango and papaya with peach toward the end. Great clean tart notes, some wine barrel notes, clean grape skin.

M – Very dry with a light sweetness.

O – Great beer. deserves the current rating. Love this beer.

Oxbow / Stillwater Stillbow Oxtisanal

October 6, 2014

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3 Fonteinen Oude Lambik (4 Year)

4.2

   AROMA 9/10   APPEARANCE 5/5   TASTE 9/10   PALATE 3/5   OVERALL 16/20

AdamJackson (2652) – Enfield, New Hampshire, USA – SEP 30, 2014 

Split 4 ways at just around cellar temp @ fridge temp. Bottled 05/31/2011

A – Pours a very dark brown with reddish hues, slight sediment even on a fresh pour. Fully still with no head.

S – Nose is incredibly cheesy with a hearty amount of funk. A little bit of copper penny, tart oaky notes. Really enticing nose.

T – there’s a lot of penny / metallic notes in this one, nice cheese rind, some earthy mulch and tons of basement mold. I love how it coats the mouth, has a swampy moldy grape finish. I like the underlying lemon juice that you get throughout the entire palate and throughout each sip.

M – Very thin, oily but then a dry chalky enamel stripping finish

O – Incredibly good. Not my favorite unblended lambic but very delicious! MMMM. This is delicious. I could drink an entire bottle myself.

 

3 Fonteinen Oude Lambik (4 Year)

 

3 Fonteinen Oude Lambik (4 Year)

October 4, 2014

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Looks like the .beer TLD is now available. At $25.50 a year, it’s an expensive domain name but I bought it for a few years and that URL redirects to this blog. http://adam-jackson.net/beer still works just fine! No need to update your bookmarks or RSS reader but you can also visit http://AdamJackson.beer if you’re interested.

October 3, 2014

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I realized that having two Bourbon County Stout variants on tap is going to for sure kill me, so I picked up 2 kegs today. One to drink now and another to age for a few months. The distributor threw in a tap handle!

New Kegs

 

Allagash Saison

 

Couldn’t wait to crack into the Allagash saison! Interesting that it stays in-code until August of next year (12 months after packaging). That’s quite a long shelf life for a non-wild saison. I like this beer fresh so I’m going to drink it ASAP.

October 2, 2014

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La Face Cachée de la Pomme Neige Recolte D’Hiver

3.8

   AROMA 9/10   APPEARANCE 3/5   TASTE 6/10   PALATE 5/5   OVERALL 15/20

AdamJackson (2626) – Enfield, New Hampshire, USA – SEP 20, 2014  

Dark gold. Super thick. Nose is apricot and pear. Taste is awesome. Viscous thick. Totally strawberry nose. Some cinnamon and sweet finish. So good.
If you’re not drinking Iced Cider, you should check it out.
October 1, 2014

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I had an awesome time in Waterbury last night…while it was a late evening, we had some fantastic beers. Also my friend Tommy had never tried Bourbon before so we did a mini tasting of George T. Stagg, Sazerac 18 and Thomas Handy Rye.

More reviews from this tasting coming throughout the week.

Tasting Last Night

Tommy and Julien

Prohibition Pig, Waterbury Vermont

October 1, 2014

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New Glarus R&D Peach

3.9

   AROMA 10/10   APPEARANCE 3/5   TASTE 6/10   PALATE 4/5   OVERALL 16/20

AdamJackson (2626) – Enfield, New Hampshire, USA – SEP 20, 2014  

Dark hazy burnt reddish orange. Some yeasty peach gunk. Nose is outrageous. Fills the room. Tons of peach. Malty a touch of acidity. Fresh peaches with the skin on. Juicy finish. I recommend seeking this one out. sorry for the so few notes on this one. Took them in a rush.
September 30, 2014

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Hill Farmstead Zwanze Day 2014

 

4.1

   AROMA 8/10   APPEARANCE 5/5   TASTE 8/10   PALATE 4/5   OVERALL 16/20

AdamJackson (2626) – Enfield, New Hampshire, USA – SEP 20, 2014 

Very dark blood red color. Light 1 finger pinkish head that faded to a light ring Aroma has a ton of cherry! Loads of fresh ripe cherries and a touch of lemon zest and sourdough bread. Reminds of a tarter version of Intense Red. A lot of very fresh cherry. Lambic takes a backseat to the frresh fruit in this beer. Very sweet ultra dry finish. Finish has some cheesy funk

Hill Farmstead Zwanze Day 2014

September 29, 2014

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Cantillon Crianza Helena

3.9

   AROMA 8/10   APPEARANCE 3/5   TASTE 8/10   PALATE 4/5   OVERALL 16/20

AdamJackson (2626) – Enfield, New Hampshire, USA – SEP 19, 2014

Acquired one bottle in a trade and another @ DHVL in Belgium. Not sure which of these I’m open but both have been sitting horizontally in the cellar @ 55F for 6 months. Enjoyed split many ways but I made sure to get my pour first and tried to keep yeast out of things.

A – You still get this slightly off-cloudy orange like golden beer. champagne bubbles but only faint. 1 finger head fades to half a finger white fluffy and remains.

S – The nose is interesting. It’s a lot of sweet woody almost light candy aroma. Some very light spice, orange peel and a LOT of funk!

T – Well, the taste is incredible. I already like it far more than Blauw but it’s more acidic, more sweet-tart candy and less refined but a lot less oak. I’m guessing most of the intense flavors of 2008 are long faded most notably the distinct cognac. Honesty, I get a brandy note at the finish, some really moldy old grapes, old cheese. There’s a really nice present of sweetness and something else I can’t really describe. A well melded lambic

M – Very dry, acidity is higher than I would have hoped.

O – Worth the 125 Euro plus shipping? It’s really good! I’d drink Armand & tomme or fresh 3F Oude Gueuze any day. Still an interesting beer and I’d like to have tried it fresh.

Cantillon Crianza Helena

 

Cantillon Crianza Helena