Bruery Terreux 2017 Sans Pagaie

A sour blonde aged in oak barrels with cherries, this is Bruery Terreux's take on a Belgian-style kriek. It pours a slightly hazy orange-pink color, with upfront scents of tart cherry and raspberry that are woven with complex notes of lemon peel, green apple, leather, barnyard and hay. The palate is bright and lively, with ample malt to lend weight to the mouthfeel while mouthwatering acidity carries the tart berry and cherry flavors. Additional layers of oaky spice, white pepper, cocoa, bread crust and animal hide weave in and out of the fruity core and linger on the long finish. It's well balanced, sour without being completely mouth-puckering, and undoubtedly delicious. Lauren Buzzeo

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