30/XI/19 - sample @ Day 2 of Billies Craft Beer Festival 2019, BB: n/a - (2019-2031) Thanks to all for sharing today’s beers!
Aroma: lots of raspberries and cherries, very fruity, some vanilla. MF: ok carbon, medium to light body. Taste: sourish, pretty metallic, very fruity, nice stuff, little vinegar. Aftertaste: dry, lemon juice, metallic touch, bit too sharp and acidic for me.
Bottle. Deep dark red color. Quite sour and astringent. Dislike the clear fruit stone astringent flavors. Aroma is intense red fruit. Hmm alright.
Sampled from bottle at Beerlovers Bar - Lambic Night 2019. Pours pinkred, small white head. Smell is full, cherries on top, milder pjassel ( vinyard peaches ) , and raspberry is very mild. taste starts sharp, intensely so, than quickly the fruit overtakes and mellows it out. Here, Pjassel takes the lead up front, followed by raspberry , and - surprisingly - kriek shows the least here. Bit doughy, a factor that's due to the lambic rather than the fruit, and is less to my liking. Very elegant, yet clearly intense and robust at the same time. Strong tartness doesnt overpower , nor becomes unpleasant. Lovely beer. Sharply acidic, yet no real acetic acid to me ( though some thought different on that last part ).
Bottle shared. Pours hazy red with a medium pink head. Notes of vineyard peaches, cherries, raspberries, slightly funky, subtle acetic and just pure juicy fresh fruit. Amazing fruit blend
How: Bottle. Where: MBCC 2019. Appearance: Red colour with a small white head. Aroma: Raspberries, tart, funk, cherries, acidic. Body: Medium body, low carbonation., Flavour: Cherries, raspberries, fruit, tart, sour, acidic, funk.
Edwin Z. is drinking a Framboos Pjassel Kriek (2018) by Methode Goat at BXLBeerFest Fizzy, sharp, sour, acidic, red fruits, ok, better as the regular non red fruits from bokke