Bottle shared. Slight hazy dark golden to light amber, looks quite dark. Fizzy pale beige head. Deep 3F funk, soft caramel, woody, dried stone fruits. Quite fruity and deep cellar notes. Just medium sour, lighter sweet and light bitter. Solid medium bodied, sparkly carbonation. Maybe not better than some regular blends, but damn this is tasty AF.
Bottle from 3F Webshop. Clear orange with mid-sized off-white head. Loads of red apple skin, high minerality, wet oak. Funky barnyard as well. Multiple layers of complexity. Phenomenal beer!
Pours a darker, orange/blonde. Medium big white head. Smell is funky, dried lemon, oak, bright. Taste is very tart, yet balanced. Loads of lactic and malic acid. Little acetic acid. High (too high, to me) carbo. Dry, oaky. Medium funk. Citrussy ending. Even though it's 'old' upon release, i think this beer will improve much with longer ageing, as the overcarbonation will go down and tastes will grow in depth. looking forward to re-rating this in a few years !
Hazy golden-amber pour with a cream-white head. Notes of green apple, oak barrel, unripe stone fruit, white grape vinegar, a bit of balsamic vinegar, mineral funk. Tastes like an A&G with a few drops of Flanders Oud Bruin added to it. Love it!