« on: November 07, 2015, 02:49:20 PM »
Thanks and for sugar, just drop 1.056 to 56?
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I just opened another beer from Ynotbrusum, this one marked Flanders Red (bretted). It presents with a small foam stand, but the head is persistent and leaves nice legs in the glass. Beautiful burgundy color; very clear. Aroma has some cherry esters and a little farmhouse funk. Malt is subdued, but kind of reminds me of saltine crackers. Flavor is sour cherries, with some Munich malt thrown in - thinking of salt water taffy for some reason. Body and mouthfeel is a bit on the thin side, but has a tongue coating sourness that lingers into the finish.
Nice Flanders. I would like a little more body, but I know how hard it is to accomplish that with this style. I can probably assume that this was fuller and more carbonated on tap before bottling.
Thanks! I am enjoying this exchange.
Again - it's all jokes, but man look at all the books out there they all have that chapter so consistently you would think it was actually required by law.