Wednesday, November 02, 2011

Biere Darbyste ~ Brasserie de Blaugies

Appearance: cloudy orange with a light airy bubbly head. Swirls bubbly and airy.

Nose: airy, light, and very faint. Digging deep, I discover generic soured fermentation and Brett. Grapes are fleshy then bitter, dry, and tannic with skins, stems, and seeds.

Palate: light and equally mild. Grape flesh in the middle with a disappointingly fast finish. Lightly dry. Thin fig notes.

Final Thoughts: the sour and Brett was a nice touch but overall a mild, thin, and underwhelming beer. I would have liked to both smell and taste more fig and funk. 


(an original written work by Kristyn Lier. plagiarism is not tolerated)

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