Style: Tart Wheat

ABV: 5.0 IBU: 9

96/100
Aroma: 12
Appearance: 3
Flavor: 19
Mouthfeel: 5

Commonhouse Aleworks Barony Whipper

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What the brewers say

Refreshingly tart and palatable. This version uses darker malts for added complexity and copious amounts of Montmorency cherries.” What our reviewers thought:

What our panel thought

“Hints of toasted bread and roast malt combined with tartness of cherries and some delicate, but present, lactic tartness—like a baked sour-cherry tart. Drinks like a young Flanders red. Finishes sweet and sour with a barrel-like tannic character.”

What our editors thought

“Bursting with pie spice, dark cherry, pie crust, and a sweet yet savory and meaty cherry note, it finishes with an almost Dr. Pepper–like plum and fig richness.”

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