Just like you, but different
I have had this before, in June 2014, It was in a bigger bottle then, clearly something they’ve discovered was popular, and you know, more is less, so making hay whilst the sun shines seems a good plan. Mad if you don’t. Last time out it grew into an 8 arbitrary things.
Rich, complex and surprising
‘Never mix grape and grain’ – we’re breaking the cardinal rule again for our second grape harvest beer.
And the result of this unholy union?
Rich, complex and surprising.
Remember, beer then wine, you’ll be fine.
So, What could possibly go wrong?
Pinot aroma forward, with a yeasty under note.
Cloudy turkey pour of a beer, this isn’t a clear or sharp beer, and it sits muddy in the glass, without a head, could almost be fizzy wine.
The initial taste is very red wine tannin and there’s a sweetness about it that seems comforting, then there is that ‘rough’ finish that you get with some red wines, which isn’t uncomfortable at all.
It becomes alarmingly easy drinking because there isn’t a lot of mid-body in this, no really big mouthfeel that makes you stop and sip it like wine, all you seem to want to do is swig it like plonk.
Which could be dangerous as, although not quite wine level boozy it is boozy enough to catch you out if you’re not paying attention.
There really isn’t a lot bad to say about this beer it settles into a nice taste space profile and brings a smile to the dial. Lucky for me I chose a wine glass, because you know sometimes you can, and that means that I get two full glasses, which is just how you drink wine.
The pdubyah-o-meter rates this as 9 of its things from the thing. It just falls short because the lack of apparent head, and it really doesn’t look at palatable as it could being murky and all, which are small but quite important points. Otherwise this is terribly nice
The double dip review
Music for this: ” Little Hurricane ” Same Sun Same Moon” on of course Spotify
Little Hurricane is an American rock and blues band, based out of San Diego, California
Any ale or lager made with fruit. See beer description for flavor. Body, color, hop character and strength vary depending on the type of fruit used.