Style: Mixed Fermentation Farmhouse ale
ABV: 5.0 IBU: 14
Side Project Raspberry Biere du Pays
What the brewers say
“Wine barrel–aged farmhouse ale conditioned on both black and red raspberries.”
What our panel thought
Aroma: “Straight-up raspberry jam. There’s an underlying lemon and orange citrus character. Slight barnyard funk. Leather. Light clean malt background. Fruit esters complement actual fruit aromas.”
Flavor: “Tart, funky raspberries! Nice initial fruit followed by a sharp sour finish. Dry finish with the lingering acidity as it slowly fades.”
Overall: “Very raspberry and very sour. Dry and funky. Raspberries meet mouth-puckering cherry pie.”
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