Bruery Terreux

Gypsy Tart Flemish-Style Brown Ale

9.012 ratings
9.14 pro ratings
Orange County, South Coast, California, USA
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David Kline

Rustic crown of beige-brown over purple brown bubble-stubble. Plummy-apricot nose exhibits pleasant cherry-vinaigrette and grape-y-orange interplay. sour bread-rye, sarsaparilla, hair removal wax, filberts and dried apricot. Sour cherries and crab apple cross fed on gunpowder. Dried, black violet petals, and blood orange with grapefruit peel, black lime, dried, oak-aged vinegar soaked cranberries rubber pencil shavings and saffron pistils.

Rustic crown of beige-brown over purple brown bubble-stubble. Plummy-apricot nose exhibits pleasant cherry-vinaigrette and grape-y-orange interplay. sour bread-rye, sarsaparilla, hair removal wax, filberts and dried apricot. Sour cherries and crab apple cross fed on gunpowder. Dried, black violet petals, and blood orange with grapefruit peel, black lime, dried, oak-aged vinegar soaked cranberries rubber pencil shavings and saffron pistils.

Jul 25th, 2019
David Kline

Underripe plum, rhubarb, bing cherry and its blossoms, and the faintest aged balsamic. Raisin, date and chicory bouquet. Malt and cola stir beneath the black, betel depths. Tart plum, sour raspberry, sour cherry, black lime, soy sauce, malt, bitter blackberry. This is complex fare full of riches. #sour #sourale #sourbeer #tarty #flemishale #brown #flemish #BrueryTerreux #FamilleRue #gypsytart

Underripe plum, rhubarb, bing cherry and its blossoms, and the faintest aged balsamic. Raisin, date and chicory bouquet. Malt and cola stir beneath the black, betel depths. Tart plum, sour raspberry, sour cherry, black lime, soy sauce, malt, bitter blackberry. This is complex fare full of riches. #sour #sourale #sourbeer #tarty #flemishale #brown #flemish #BrueryTerreux #FamilleRue #gypsytart

Aug 20th, 2018
K Zuk
9.2

K had this 4 years ago

K had this 4 years ago

1 person found it helpfulDec 13th, 2015
Sean Genn

Malty, bitter dark chocolate lifted by a nice tart finish

Malty, bitter dark chocolate lifted by a nice tart finish

Jan 31st, 2016
Jason Sliwa

Usually I steer well clear of tart or sour ale. This was a gift and so I tried it. I like it! Lots of other flavors to balance the tartness, and the tartness is also subdued.

Usually I steer well clear of tart or sour ale. This was a gift and so I tried it. I like it! Lots of other flavors to balance the tartness, and the tartness is also subdued.

Aug 6th, 2018
Patrick Martinez

Nose is vibrant - Cocoa powder, toasted, Werther's originals.
Sour palate - tart with texture and fullness. No bubbles. Will have to figure out the best time and place for it.

Nose is vibrant - Cocoa powder, toasted, Werther's originals.
Sour palate - tart with texture and fullness. No bubbles. Will have to figure out the best time and place for it.

Sep 29th, 2016
James Murray

A little more sour than monks cafe. I think I prefer monks Flemish spur ale

A little more sour than monks cafe. I think I prefer monks Flemish spur ale

Apr 17th, 2016
Jeffrey Birkemeier

Sommelier/Beverage Director Casanova Restaurant

8.8

Jeffrey had this 4 years ago

Jeffrey had this 4 years ago

Nov 8th, 2015
Joe Weinberger

Joe had this 2 years ago

Joe had this 2 years ago

Feb 3rd, 2018
Connor Ross

Connor had this 3 years ago

Connor had this 3 years ago

Jan 29th, 2017