Review: Prison City Run Like an Apricot | Craft Beer & Brewing
Prison City Run Like an Apricot
97 out of 100

Style: American Sour Ale

ABV: 4.5 IBU: 18

97/100
Aroma: 12
Appearance: 3
Flavor: 19
Mouthfeel: 4

Prison City Run Like an Apricot

What the brewers say

“American sour ale fermented with our house culture in wine barrels and finished on apricots.”

What our panel thought

Aroma: “Apricot with a touch of peach, light smoke and pepper phenols, like a spicy sweet barbecue sauce with light vanilla. Smells like a great marinade. It’s a nice mélange of elements that hang together better than they read on paper.”

Flavor: “Juicy sweet and tart apricot. Noticeable but well-balanced tartness, sourness, and slight funk. Bready malt characteristics as the fruit and tart fade. Subtle oaky tannins. Slight vanilla and caramel. It tastes like a fruity habanero.”

Overall: “Very pleasant, refreshing, fun, and easy to drink, though quite sour. Nice complexity and nice jammy apricot notes eagerly invite you to the next sip.”

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