Fans of Wilds Ales rejoice! The Bayou just received a shipment of new imports that are guaranteed to ignite your pucker, perfect for the start of Spring.
Reinaert Flemish Wild Ale: The nose has floral notes with some nice
barnyard funk as well as leather notes from the brett. The flavor is very dry. I
get a lot of yeast and funk as well as some lemon and orange citrus
notes. There is also some grass in the finish. Medium mouthfeel and
medium carbonation. A nice, slightly funky wild ale. @ Bayou
Bellegems Bruin: The nose is bright with grapes and vinegar. The taste starts with a vinegar tartness and gives way to a
grape and slight tart cherry taste. The backend has a nice malty base. The
mouthfeel is sparkly and acidic. Overall a very solid with nice sour
taste and aroma. @ Bayou.
Redline Irish Red: From Bonneville Brewing, this traditional Irish Red is bready with hints of roasted malt with a slight fruity & nutty finish. a perfect example of the style. @ Bonneville Brewery & Allstar Lanes