Pours unclear blonde. Smell is lactic , typical US funk. Very mild apricot. Taste is sharp, medium fullbodied. Lactic acid, very mild acetic acid. Mild buttery notes. Doughy . Apricot is well recognizable and works well with the (doughy) character of the beer. Nice!
Bottle shared @ Grote Dorst pre Quintessence share. Pours hazy orange with a small white head. Notes of sweet apricots, lactic acidity, lots of sweet esters, vinous, citrussy, lemony, oaky.
thnx to Bart. Pours unclear blonde, good, creamy, stable, medium sized white head. Smell is fruity, apricot, sharp tartness. Taste is sharp, tart ( intensely sour ) , intense, very dry, sour backbone. Good, not great.
From 750ml bottle at the brewery. Hazy golden orange color with white head. Yeasty aroma, funk, stone fruits, tart apricot, wood, light citrus. Sweet and acidic taste. Medium oily body with soft carbonation.
Bottle courtesy of Carl. Hazy vibrant pour with a frothy goldenish white head. Heavy fruity apricot nose with cracker malts, lemon, white pepper corns, light brett & light rubber. Sour, fruity & tiny funky taste. Dry, tart & slightly puckering mouthfeel. Sour apricot-heavy finish. rubber smell bugs me but there’s some awesome apricot character here.
Where: Tasting at Taphouse 2015-11-17.
Appearance: Orange colour with an off-white head.
Aroma: Apricot, fruit, citrus, sour.
Body: Medium body and carbonation.
Flavour: Citrus, sour, tart, barn, apricots, fruit.
Sample shared with friends. Thin ring white head. Low carbonation. Cloudy light orange pour. Light apricot with some sourness
Bottle shared. Pours hazy orange with a small white head. Aroma of light funk, apricot, vinous notes and light barrel wood. Flavour is above light sweet and moderate sour. Medium bodied with a slight lactic burn and light carbonation.
Bottle at tasting. Pours gold white head. Nose/taste of fresh apricot, pit and all, oak, white wine. Sour stone fruit. Soft carbonation. Medium body.