Oranges, mangoes, apricots, brunch bellini all in the perfume.
More like a sour beer without the heaviness. This is so different and fun and surprising.
Literally jam on the tongue. Chill to the max and enjoy memories of a popsicle on a hot summer day. Great for every season, though. — 18 days ago
Smooth, lovely finish that grows in complexity. Grass, lemon, grapefruit, and some garlic butter. — 24 days ago
Raspberry tinted to near-mahogany. Sported a loose, white, fast fading, jellyfish-markings residue, and shrinking lace spots. Raspberry-apricot-peach marmalade nose, with hatch chili notes. Salted watermelon, tight sound raspberry and sour soft cherry tartness, quinine; tartaric citrus. Light and bright here without excessive pucker. Super session sour for the hot boat days. #greenmanbrewing #NCbeer #beer #biere #biere #birra #berlinerweisse #tartberry #tartbeer #sourbeer #sessionsour — 25 days ago
Tastes like a traditional German beer. Crisp and refreshing. Highly recommend — 25 days ago
Bought online. Drank at the cabin November 2019. Very tart, similar to a sour beer. I like it but I’m waiting to see how it opens up. — 10 days ago
This Brett-kin has been languishing for some time. Smells fresh though. Holding its snowy crown over hazy orange-amber. Graphic lacing (thick lines). Gourd-y with funky white pepper on the nose, nutmeg and clove right behind. This smells incredible with orange blossoms, caramel and lime. Delicious entry with lime peel, lemonade, candid ginger, clove, bing cherry, candied red grapefruit peel, white raspberry, star fruit and of course cinnamon and nutmeg trimmings. What a beer when you wait for the Brett-citrus to evolve. Pump it up! — a month ago