72 / 100
Bottle purchased from Leura Cellars, shared with Father Fletcher while a bit drunk; he kept needling me to finish our Euchre game which I was winning.
Bright orange colour, cloudy. Reddish. Head is beige, fairly lacklustre. Lace is alright, but retention is not great.
Smells barnyardy, touch of vanilla. Hint of barnyard funk but sweet in equal measure. Grassy, funky. Really quite pleasant, acidic but sweet. Great balance.
Taste is also funky, and fairly hoppy too. Somewhat barnyardy but pleasant and smoothes out on the middle despite seeming like it was heading to heavy phenolic territory. Has some citrus notes late that help to clean up but has some nice sweetness from the malt lingering as well. Touch of spice as well and some grainy notes. Slightly Belgian, somewhat funky. Not bad at all, especially for the size.
Feels smooth, thin body but smooth. OK.
(I'm going to leave the overall comments unedited as I think they're hilarious)
Drunkablitity is pretty giod. Tastes good, gies down smoothly. Goes down smoothyly, that is.