This was the second beer that I had at City Tap House. My sister initially ordered it as we waited for our “Pulled Pork” over fried eggs, which was absolutely amazing. Given the additions of lacto and brett, I figured that it would a bit too much for her, and indeed, it was. I finished the rest of it for her, being the good sister I am.
Style: American Wild Ale
Trivia: According to Phillytapfinder.com, “Aged in white oak barrels with brett, pedi, and lacto.”
Random: I’m watching the second to last episode of the season of “Brew Dogs.” I hate to say it, but I really do enjoy this show. I wish there would be more beer shows on television. I really enjoy them. Maybe, someone should hire me!
This brew poured with a half a finger of tan head. It dissipated quickly and left no lacing on the glass. The body was a cloudy, dark brown color with no carbonation visible due to the cloudiness. The nose had lots of lacto and brett with some sour cherries. So far, so good. The taste was just as good. It was very similar to the nose, except that it had the addition of oak. It also had some spice as well. The lacto and the brett came at the end of the sip and was really well-integrated. The body was medium thickness with heavy carbonation. The finish was quick with a lot of brett. I really enjoyed this beer, especially given how the wild yeast was integrated. I would definitely have this one again .
Untappd Rating: 4.0/5.0