Two Rivers Noir
Logsdon Farmhouse Ales
Add your rating on the Tavour app.
Super funky farmhouse ale made with pinot noir grapes. Tasted more like a sour ale than a saison, with mouth-numbing brettanomyces. I wish I had a picture of it in the glass, it looked like a sparkling rosé. Not a “session beer,” or very food friendly, at least not with a red sauce.
Pinot was spot on. Well built tart Saison with Brett. Loved this one. Bought 2, should have maxed out!
excellent fruit integration and dry enough to keep coming back for more.
Took a couple sips then decided I couldn’t do the rest. A shame
Good Pinot aromas. Not nearly enough Saison/farmhouse notes in this beer. It has great farmhouse ale type carbonation, with a nice sourness from the Bret, but overall very heavy on the wine aspect. It finishes heavily on lees flavors and cleanly like a sparkling Rosé. If you are trying to get wine drinkers into beer, this is a good starting point, but not necessarily a good marriage of both.
A perfect amount of sour and fruit highlight this farmhouse style.
Very interesting. Love the aroma. A bit overwhelming at first, but grows on you and can definitely pick up the Pinot
Tastes like it was aged in a Camels Hump for 9 months in the Sahara!
Fruity and oaky. Tastes more like cherry than grapes. Ate some peanut butter filled pretzels with this beer and it reminded me of PB&J. Split the bottle with my wife but wound up finishing hers because she said it had a medicine aftertaste, but I didn’t detect it as much.
my fault for not realizing a farmhouse ale is similar to a sour style ale, thought it would be richer flavored, but it’s Pinot noir grapes, not Pinot noir wine- big difference. Still fruity and flavorful if you like this style ale, nice for a hot summer day.
party in my mouth
solid wine mix and balance between floral and sour but leaves an off putting after taste of half beer half wine
so much potential from a. great producer.. couldn’t get past the smokey hammy character from the wine grapes
Pretty sweet and tart. Not bad though.