Wednesday, November 2, 2011

The Bruery-Cigar City Marron Acidifie

My buddy Matt brought over a bottle of The Bruery-Cigar City collaboration Marron Acidifie to share with me. The beer pours a dark brown color with a thin filmy beige head that surprisingly leaves some lacing on the glass. The aroma consists of vinegar, sour cherries, and oak. The taste is nicely sour but not too puckering with plenty of vinegar and tart cherry flavors. There is a nice yeasty finish and the beer leaves a very dry and oaky after taste in the mouth. The alcohol content is 8.5% ABV. This is a wonderful sour beer and actually isn’t overly sour, but it is dry and very oaky. After the sour flavor fades, all that is left is the oakiness.

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