BFM = Brasserie Franches Montagne. This is the Flanders Red Ale. A sour ale.
Possibly the best beer I have ever had?
The nose is dried red apple + dried guava +
Tart fruit on the tongue with a finish of sweet malt and tart cherry juice.
A wonderful acid finish that to me is reminiscent of what you might find in a — 2 months ago
2023/6. Lovely aromas and a good mix of creamy fruit and spice. The acidity was quite prominent though (and this from someone who loves acidity)… — 6 months ago
At Rijs Amsterdam recommended for fourth course of white asparagus. Beautiful! A more complex Rose that gets under your skin without you noticing until you think hey what’s that? Do soft in texture but shows complexity and it lingers. Paired perfectly. Yum! A surprise and a great discovery. — 7 months ago
Funk, smoke, blue cheese, and, shockingly, apples (both sweet and tart.) Outstanding cider. — 3 months ago
Rich oak lemon, crispy and minerals. 2020 @2320, Domaine - Uo, 230701-230725 — 5 months ago
Amazing that this is 9.5% because it's so easy to drink a 750mL bottle. It really is wine quality. I have a hard time identifying the nose on beers but it reminds me of being inside the cow feed silo as a kid. It smells like late summer harvest left to ferment.
It's a very clean taste of...... Wheat grass? — 5 months ago
2023/5. I always find this a great bargain (which is a precious thing these days), and this was substantial and balanced - in fact I found better balanced than the 2020 Viruex. — 6 months ago
2022/8. Along with the Fichet Bourgogne Blanc VV, this was part of some recent fun exploring lower-designation wines appending Meursault Charmes. Really nice - pretty much all the elements you could expect in a villages and then some. — a year ago