This motherfucking beer! As someone who has a shaky relationship with Saisons, Farmhouses and the sour spectrum (despite liking sour things in general), this beer changes all that in a way I couldn’t have EVER seen coming.
A sour bed of pumpkin (yeah, I know) and a very earthy overtone basically creates a symphony of autumn the likes of Vivaldi could only attain in his wettest dream of himself or that boring ass four seasons trash from centuries ago. More profound is the subtly dynamic changes as this beauty warms naturally. Never in my life have I truly experienced this kind of surprise. @kormsbeerpics
, despite the verbosity of this post already, I’m at a loss for words. Thank you so much for this.
2017 has been a cool year on my beer journey. I got to Tired Hands, fell further in love with Funk and was able to share it (and people agreed!), I went to some cool breweries I’d never been to (3 Floyds, Dogfish Head, Exile, Stickman), I was able to try some whales (Sip of Sunshine, Pliny the Elder, Bissell’s Swish and Substance), @johnsbrewreview
inviting me into The Brew Review has gotten me more interested in learning about the history of beer as well as how it’s made - causing me to want to brew my own first batch of beer in 2018, and then there’s this: Dichotomous 2017, probably one of the five best beers I’ve EVER had.
, on this beer alone, has made me a fan for life and inserted itself at the top of my list of breweries to go to in the world.