Otter Creek Quercus Vitis Humulus

Otter Creek Quercus Vitis Humulus

Rated 3.100 by BeerPals
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Brewed by Otter Creek Brewing Company

Middlebury, VT, United States

Style:  Strong Ale

12% Alcohol by Volume

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Quercus Vitis Humulus is our brewer’s tribute to the mighty oak, luscious grape, and humble hop. Our homage begins with a bold 27 degree plato barley wine ale, warm fermented with Bohemian lager yeast which we then blended with French grape juice and fermented in a second time with pure culture of Champagne yeast. When our brewers thought this intricate brew was complete, they aged it on lightly toasted French Oak. The six week journey through our brewery results in a deeply complex ale. We hope you enjoy it as much as we enjoyed brewing it.

ID: 38264 Last updated 11 years ago Added to database 12 years ago

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Overall Rank32431
Overall Percentile35.3
Style Rank646 of 735
Style Percentile12.1
Lowest Score3.4
Highest Score3.4
Average Score3.400
Weighted Score3.100
Standard Deviation0.000

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  • SUDSMCDUFF 3781 reviews
    rated 3.4 12 years ago

    Aroma: 8 | Appearance: 6 | Mouthfeel: 8 | Flavor: 6 | Overall: 6

    here peter, play with this .. . Dark marmalade, light bubbles, slight haze: ... . Medium strength foam, decent lacing .. . an odd but non offensive nose, honey, Belgian and light farm champagne yeast, some exotic fruits like fig and early plum .. . not a tickler stickler, where the hells the remote! ... the alcohol level is wearing a mask, very well done! .. . an interesting brew, has its pros with maybe a slight muddledness to it, but i enjoyed it, would love to try it on tap, or even a year aged bottle to see were the yeast goes.. and to think I've been staying away from otters all these years..

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