Bottle during Chris’s excellent mideastern birthdaytasting diner. Hazy amber with white head. Massive funky grainy lambic with strong horseblanket funk, big farm hay muff, stonefruit and some sweat from the back of a Hyena’s sack. Beautiful and dangerous. Amazing stuff.
Fairly hazy golden light brown with an off white head. Aroma of musty cellar, cobwebs, damp, really nice old funk, oak and citrus. Flavour is moderate sour. Medium bodied with soft carbonation.
Bottle sampled at kermis' birthday tasting. Bit hazy dark golden with white head. Some age in the color. Otherwise bright funk, dank cellar and soft mineral. Also a touch of honey. Slowly showing some age but still very vibrant. Medium bodied with great sparkly carbonation.
Bottle at home. Cloudy dark amber. Citrus, oak, nuts. Some grains. Well integrated flvaor profile, great balance.
Bottle. Golden color. Lots of oak, lemon And bitter walnuts in the aroma. Sour flavor with citrus, oak And a hint of honey. Well balanced, well made.
Tasted in january 2005. Corked painted bottle. Bubble gum, cheap lemon sweets and a hint of oak in the aroma. Well rounded flavor with some rest sweetness, lemon, oak and some dust in the aftertaste. Incredible balance. A bit shy, but a great beer.
Pours slightly darker blonde, small, fast fading white head . Scent is very mild. Fresh, green apples and citrus, as you might come to expect from 3FOG. Taste is sharply tart, very slight vinegar, in appropriate levels. very woody, mild funk. Citric, very fresh ( bottled 2.5y ago) Med high carbo, med thin body. Not the most intense of batches, but certainly the flavors are nice. Perhaps one that will benefit from a bit more age.