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Wild Beer Modus Operandi

Wild Beer Co Modus Operandi

£4.09
4.2
11
Style Brown and Amber Ale
Country British Beers
ABV 7%
Serving Temp 7 to 10°C
Bottle Size 330ml
The brewery was set up by Brett Ellis and Andrew Cooper, initially, to brew a dark beer that was both barrel-aged and used wild yeasts. The resulting beer was the style-defying Modus Operandi – quite a statement for the first beer. Since they have developed their barrel programme which requires a whole new brewing skill: the art of blending. This incredibly complex beer offers a range of berries and cherries, underpinned with a very tart hit, that is achieved by blending barrels (and yeasts) of aged old ale. Astonishing.
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Product Reviews
4.2
11
  1. Love it
    Review by Mr T

    Aroma of bourbon and sourness, vanilla hints, leather and wine. Tastes refreshing red sour wine, red sour cherries. Clean, longer bitterness. Very complex. Great beer. (Posted on 10/08/2017)

  2. Nice sour
    Review by Jo

    Dark brown colour, sour blueberry, raspberry, cherry and chocolate aroma, medium slick, sharp mouthfeel, sour berry, chocolate, brandy, red wine and oak flavour, sour, bitter, slightly acidic berry and brandy aftertaste. (Posted on 04/08/2017)

  3. Excellent!
    Review by Dr Gonzo

    This is a very good beer, though was eclipsed in my opinion by Red Wood 2016 - definitely worth checking out, another winner from Wild Beer (Posted on 29/07/2017)

  4. Different!
    Review by Toad

    Pours a murky medium brown with thin white head. Nose is balsamic and some fruity notes. Flavour is very lightly sweet while more so vinegar character. It is sharp and acidic. I got the bottom of the bottle and there’s quite the sediment there. (Posted on 22/07/2017)

  5. Really interesting
    Review by Trott

    Pours black with a small tan head. Aroma of malt, light caramel, light sourness, wood, berries, cherries, dark fruit, little balsamico. Flavor is sweet, light sour, malt, caramel, wood, oak, light spicyness, berries, dark fruit. Medium body, average carbonation, sweet and light acidic finish. (Posted on 25/06/2017)

  6. Really good
    Review by Beeeeer

    Pours reddish chestnut, small beige head, dissipates slowly, nice lacing. Some fairly large floaties. Aroma is dark fruits, wood tannins, roast, molasses. Flavor is light sweet, light bitter, a hint of tartness perhaps. Medium body, soft. Interesting. (Posted on 15/06/2017)

  7. Love this
    Review by MARTYN

    Funky tart aroma in a deep red brown pour. Similarly complex flavour profile with sweet malt, tart berries and funky wood - all with the subtlety of the Belgian masters. One of my favourite beers of the style. (Posted on 27/05/2017)

  8. Mind blowing
    Review by Alex

    Very different taste. Very tart, deep dark fruit flavours. Lovely, couldn't drink many in one go though! (Posted on 12/05/2017)

  9. Love this
    Review by Beebo

    In aroma vinegar in medium amount, some red berries and tart fruits, in taste similar. Medium to light body, high carbonation, finish tart and vinegary. Nice flanders like beer. (Posted on 15/04/2017)

  10. Worth a try
    Review by Snozz

    Interesting beer which almost tastes like a red wine. Pours dark red from the 330ml bottle with a sour cherry like aroma. Bit of carbonation in it and a sourish red wine, off cherry taste. Very good (Posted on 07/03/2017)

  11. Up my street
    Review by MH

    Brown with a small off-white head. Aroma of toffee, cherry, vanilla and vinegar with a hint of solvents. Sweet and sour flavour with toffee and fruity notes. (Posted on 31/01/2017)


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