Harpoon 100 Barrel Series - Framboise

Harpoon 100 Barrel Series - Framboise

Rated 3.280 by BeerPals
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Brewed by Harpoon Brewery, The

Boston, MA, United States

Style:  Fruit Lambic

5.3% Alcohol by Volume

8 International Bittering Units

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Framboise, French for "raspberry", is a Belgian-style fruit lambic. Made with more than 4,600 pounds of raspberries, 50% wheat at a gravity of 14°p it has all the makings of a great summer time beer. Highly carbonated, it produces a wonderfully pink, lacey head. The burgundy color foretells of intense raspberry aromas. A nice, sweet start finishing with a tart and acidic finish that is light and refreshing.

ID: 21607 Last updated 5 years ago Added to database 18 years ago

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Overall Rank12053
Overall Percentile77.5
Style Rank103 of 259
Style Percentile60.2
Lowest Score3.6
Highest Score3.8
Average Score3.700
Weighted Score3.280
Standard Deviation0.000

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  • UPSTATEDAVE 853 reviews
    rated 3.8 18 years ago

    Aroma: 9 | Appearance: 8 | Mouthfeel: 7 | Flavor: 7 | Overall: 7

    Poured a dark red with noticable carbonation and a strong berry aroma. The taste started out sweet and finished with strong sour notes. I tasted this both on its own and with a meak. I would reccomend drinking this with food or at least something like a mild cheese. On its own the bitterness was over powering.

  • COTTRELL 588 reviews
    rated 3.6 18 years ago

    Aroma: 8 | Appearance: 7 | Mouthfeel: 7 | Flavor: 7 | Overall: 7

    Pours a hazy dark rusty red with a thin layer of foam that doesn't stick around long. Aroma is sweet and tart raspberry, some grassiness and some hay, but isn't nearly sour or funky enough to be considered a lambic. Flavor starts off with sweetish tartish raspberry, and gradually dries out to reveal some mustiness. Very drinkable tasty beer, not surprised it's going on to be in the encore series, but falls short of expectations as far as "Belgian-style fruit lambic."

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