The AP One Thousand
The Ale Apothecary
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Quite nice. Surprisingly tart, but very pleasant.
This beer tasted rather tart, not what I was expecting.
Not nearly as complex or as layered as I expected. It’s a solid sour and I’d drink it again if someone put it in front of me but honestly not a whole lot going on here that would make me seek it out again in the future.
One of my favorites in my first shipment from Tavour. Honey and anise on the front with a bit of the pine on the back of your tongue. Sour and delicious!
Really love this one. Tart with a bit of a cherry flavor. The hops are present but not overwhelming. Bit floral and even earthy. The honey comes through on the finish and honestly, just balances it out beautifully. I wish I got more of this one.
Solid funk, doesn’t overpower the flavor.
Sweet, tart and a bit medicinal. This beer reminds me of a gin cocktail prepared by a man in a bow tie with neck tattoos who also makes his own simple syrups with plants he picked last weekend foraging for Chanterelle mushrooms.
Mother Nature always knows best, “ONE THOUSAND” percent! #MorePlease (in cans)
You better be really into sour sours to like this wild ale. The sourness goes away with each sip, but it does have a great earthy complexity to it.
Sour though not a ton of depth.
Honey orange pour with rocky head. Aromas of key lime, coriander, cracked pepper, wild herbs and honey. Taste is amazing amalgam of orange, honey, anise, marjoram, and grapefruit pith. Aftertaste is long, dry and slightly herbal. Nice!
lightly sour with honey. fantastic beer
Good sour with a little kick of pepper but then smooth finish
tart, fruity acidity with a honeyed finish