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Brewed By: The Bruery (Bruery Terreux)

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Average Rating:
7.80205

Number of Ratings: 293

Style: American Wild Ale

Brewed In: 737 Dunn Way, Placentia, CA 92870, USA

ABV: 5.5%

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Tart Of Darkness

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Tasting Notes

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elamp500@gmail.com profile pictureelamp500@gmail.com - May 8, 2017
Seriously sour. Too sour for me. I love everything this brewery puts out, but this one is a little over the top.
jmile profile picturejmile - August 12, 2015
Interesting and complex. Intense sour front. Fleeting on the back. Slight after taste of roast
aaf145 profile pictureaaf145 - March 8, 2015
Definitely a different style stout.. A bit too tart and sour ... I expected more of a fruit flavor and smokey barrel taste..worth a try but not a beer u want a lot of..3 stars
HSAlegend02 profile pictureHSAlegend02 - March 8, 2015
I had the 2014 edition, which is 7.2% abv...not much head, very tart with a slight sweetness as well...good but not great, 3.5 stars
Mac17 profile pictureMac17 - December 8, 2014
Ashley's Dec 2014. Super sour kinda dark beer. Really good. More complex than many other sours. Tasted bunch of other fruits in there
waggy profile picturewaggy - November 29, 2014
No head. Aromas of black cherry and plum. Quite sour and strong, kumquat levels of tartness. Sour black cherry and apricot throughout. Coffee at the front, gives way to a dark chocolate covered tart cherry middle. Finishes on a slightly sweeter note, with a hints of a smoky roasted flavor and more dark chocolate. Medium heavy body, flavor sticks to the tongue for a while. Fantastic blend of flavors.
waggy profile picturewaggy - November 29, 2014
No head. Aromas of black cherry and plum. Quite sour and strong, kumquat levels of tartness. Sour black cherry and apricot throughout. Coffee at the front, gives way to a dark chocolate covered tart cherry middle. Finishes on a slightly sweeter note, with a hints of a smoky roasted flavor and more dark chocolate. Medium heavy body, flavor sticks to the tongue for a while. Fantastic blend of flavors.
waggy profile picturewaggy - November 29, 2014
No head. Aromas of black cherry and plum. Quite sour and strong, kumquat levels of tartness. Sour black cherry and apricot throughout. Coffee at the front, gives way to a dark chocolate covered tart cherry middle. Finishes on a slightly sweeter note, with a hints of a smoky roasted flavor and more dark chocolate. Medium heavy body, flavor sticks to the tongue for a while. Fantastic blend of flavors.
waggy profile picturewaggy - November 29, 2014
No head. Aromas of black cherry and plum. Quite sour and strong, kumquat levels of tartness. Sour black cherry and apricot throughout. Coffee at the front, gives way to a dark chocolate covered tart cherry middle. Finishes on a slightly sweeter note, with a hints of a smoky roasted flavor and more dark chocolate. Medium heavy body, flavor sticks to the tongue for a while. Fantastic blend of flavors.
Borderking profile pictureBorderking - October 10, 2014
Possibly the best beer in the world. No exaggeration. Waves of rich sour goodness cascade unending, and out from under emerges this...stout! The combination is like nothing you can imagine. I'm at a loss to convey how great this beer is. It makes me excited to be a beer drinker to know that beers like this are possible.
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