Review of Jester King Das Überkind

Mixed emotions about Jester King Brewing? I don’t know of I can reblog this…(jk)!

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Now what’s happening everyone?  Drinking beer?  Well, I’m about to.  For today’s craft beer review I’m going to be sampling the Das Überkind made by the Jester King Craft Brewery positioned in Austin, Texas.

I may have mentioned this before, but I’ve had some mixed reactions when it comes to Jester King.  I sure hope that this one is doesn’t disappoint.

From the website, jesterkingbrewery.com, I stumbled upon this description.

Funk and tartness abound in this dry, golden, “old” saison aged for months in oak barrels. Unfiltered, unpasteurized and naturally carbonated through re-fermentation in the bottle.

Ok.  Let’s get to this.

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It came in a 25.4 oz. bottle with an ABV of 6.5%.

The brew poured a semi clear, golden/honey color.  An easy pour produced a small, white head that had a fizzy and soapy texture.  The retention time lacked a little as did the lacing, but it still looked…

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