Aroma is clean, tart, makes my mouth buds water.
Color is dark mahogany, tiny bubble roam up the side of the glass. Opaque red when held to the light lets no brightness pass through. No head except for lacing of 1/4 inch bubble meniscus caught against the edge of the glass.
Flavor is sweet in a high frequency. Very chewy mouthfeel. Wave crashes quickly down to a tart rush that makes my mouth water. Almost cranberry sour.
Sweet and simple goodness.
Rogue Chocolate Stout:
Smells like a deep chocolate bar wrapped in paper, waiting to be ripped opened and devoured.
Huge head makes me want to wrap my mouth around this treasure. Dark color seems like liquid cocoa.
Flavor is delicious, not as chalky as usual stout. Sweetness lightens to a bready mouthfeel.
Mixing Lambic and Stout together:
Flavor is joint venture of fruit and chocolate with a nutty texture. Raspberry brings out a lemony sharpness against the chocolate. Fresh, light, and perfectly paired with blueberry pie.
One thought on “Lindeman’s Raspberry Lambic and Rogue Chocolat Stout”
The Peche is my favorite, though the Raspberry is tasty. The Peche has a little sourness to it that’s perfect with the sweetness. I’ve never combined it with a stout though. Sounds tasty,