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Review by joe1510 on 11/17/09  
Score Appearance Smell Taste Mouthfeel Overall Impression Year
84 2 9 18 5 8 2009
12oz Bowtie
Three Floyds Pub

This beer was served at the bar in a bowtie glass and appeared the color of apricots with a slight haze. A one finger creamy white head formed on the pour and as it slowly fell left substantial lacing.
Good looking beer for sure.

The aroma was a great balance of caramel and bready maltiness along with juicy (although muted for balances sake) stone fruits including peach and apricot. I mgiht be crazy because I dont remember the menu stating this beer had any association with oak but there's no doubt in my mind oak was present.

This was a great tasting IPA, although leaning toward the English version itr wasn't really English either. A great combo of flavors with an incredible balance. The oak was in the flavor as well and added another layer of complexity to an alredy complex brew.

You couldn't wish for a better mouthfeel. Medium body with an unmatched creaminess. This beer is liquid velvet in the mouth. I find a lot of oak aged beers to have this same velvety mouthfeel so there goes my conspiracy theory again.

Highly drinkable. This beer disappeared far too fast. I was half scared to order another after the first one went down in record time. Of course I ordered another anyway.

This is a great beer from Three Floyds that I would love to see bottled. great flavors and complexities make this a world class brew.

Reviewed: 11/11/07

Price: $5.00 Served In: Pint Glass

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