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Modifications to this record on January 11, 2011
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Beer record created by member slowrunner77 (ID# 11514)

Beer name: The Bruery Pinotlambicus
Brewer: The Bruery (ID# 8401)
Style: Flemish Sour
ABV: 8.4%
Original Gravity: 0
Final Gravity: 0
IBU: 0
Beer Description:
Ale with Pinot Noir Grapes. Pinotlambicus will age gracefully for about five years. Ideal serving temperature is 45 degrees Fahrenheit (7 Celsius). A dry and vinous beer with hints of smokiness and a touch of oak. First running press of Pinot Noir grapes from Santa Barbara County were added to a year old blonde sour ale (called by many names around here, one you may be familiar with is Cuvee Jeune) and fermented together in stainless. The grape beer was then transferred to wine barrels and aged for 10 months. The beer is pleasantly tart, complex and refreshing; it can easily substitute a sparkling wine for any celebration.