The Bruery 2013 Edition Sans Pagaie

Sans Pagaie, meaning “without a paddle,” is The Bruery's take on a Belgian-style kriek, a sour blonde ale aged in barrels with cherries. A muddled pink color, scents of sour cherry take center stage alongside funky notes of barnyard, vinegar and lemony citrus that dance in the background. The assertive carbonation is brisk, complementing the sour core of tart cherry, white grape and lemon flavors. Hints of oaky vanilla and cocoa unfold on the finish, adding depth and interest to the otherwise tart, mouth-puckering palate. Lauren Buzzeo

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  • Rating
    93
  • Alcohol
    7.6%
  • Bottle Size
    750 ml
  • Category
    American Wild Ale
  • Date Published
    9/1/2014
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