Pours bright and clear, but the colour is an odd sort of pinky brown. The aromatics are slightly vinegary; there’s a hint of brett funk from the barrels and some coriander spices too. Curious, if not hugely inviting. The palate is equally unusual; tannins courtesy fermentation on riesling skins have made for a really interesting texture and structure not dissimilar to an orange/amber wine. An oddball beer for sure, but quite complex, refreshing and drinkable.