Time Crystals #5
A Note on This Beer
Please don’t be scared by the name “Bière de Garde.” It's just a fancy Belgian term for beer that’s cellared once it’s bottled! The name lets you know that a lot of time went into brewing it.
Today’s Time Crystals #5 is a Farmhouse Bière de Garde. The Farmhouse part hints that the brewery conditioned it on wild yeast for many months, and it’ll pack some fruity funk! This one is brims with cherry, apricot and peach aromas.
Farmhouse Ale fans aren’t scared of fancy Beligian words or funk-inducing yeast — in fact, it’s what they search for in their favorite brews!
Are you a Farmhouse fan yet? We have less than 30 cases, and this might be just the bottle to pull you in!
*Please refrigerate for 24 hours before opening, due to high carbonation it is best to pour this one immediately after opening.
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Funky, not in a good way. Poured into a glass and a goober came out. Taste was acrid, unpleasant. Been to Belgium, had the real deal BDGs. This beer is not.
Very good sour. Fruit is subtle, but not bland. If you're looking for more of the "standard" sour, you shouldn't be disappointed with this one.
Sour fermented fruit with a little spice, this is a nice change of pace.
What a treat! This really is the beer to pull me into Farmhouse fandom, its the most delicious one i have tried possibly ever. Looking forward to more from this brewery.
Very nice, fruit forward. The late addition of Brett added just enough funk. Barrel ageing smoothed and rounded the flavors and mouth feel. Wish it had just a little more carbonation (it just goes down too fast as it is).
Really sweet and sour in a flavorful way. Highly enjoyed
Funky but could be funkier.
Funky and enjoyable. Sour and sweet.
That’s some funky peachy goodness. I really like it.
Just the right amount of sour- good farmhouse ale. Did get a little flat fast but maybe that’s normal for this style. Great flavor
Visible sediment - nice color. A little tart
It was fine