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Brewed By: Boston Beer Company (Samuel Adams)

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Number of Ratings: 379

Style: Belgian Pale Ale

Brewed In: 30 Germania St, Boston, MA 02130, USA

ABV: 9%

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Tasting Notes

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tgeiger05 profile picturetgeiger05 - May 16, 2014
This beer is packed full of flavors. Sweet tart nose with red ale & oak mouth. It finishes with strong sweet & tart fruit flavors and leaves you with a sour hop afternote. Definatly different!
superdeckman profile picturesuperdeckman - April 24, 2014
Wow what a great ale! Pours red with good tight head. Have aged this for 5 years. So many tastes raisin, plum and apples,some tartness- not too tart- just some. Did not get wine taste possibly from aging
furnish112 profile picturefurnish112 - April 1, 2014
Weird profile - February 10, 2014
Sucks but not in a good way. Too sour. Tasted like cheap wine. The worst sam adams I've ever had. The other barrel room beers are great. Not this one.
robjessbeer profile picturerobjessbeer - January 1, 2014
Sour, with smoky oak barrel aged taste. Icky OMG profile - December 19, 2013
One of the better American made sour ales I've had. profile - September 15, 2013
Good beer one of my favorite
Maiyr profile pictureMaiyr - September 13, 2013
Tart, hint of sweetness, smooth, no bitterness. Little sour profile - August 11, 2013
The most disappointing beer by the sam adams folks who are a personal favorite. sour, sour, sour should be on the label profile - June 16, 2013
This excellent beer was initially disappointing but as it warmed up the true flavor came out and was very enjoyable. I really take blame for the poor flavor at first, the bottle even says best enjoyed at 50°
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