Lost Abbey Framboise de Amorosa

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7 Responses

  1. Jason says:

    Glad you got regular carbed bottle! There have been numerous reports of extreme gushers and I had one at the tasting you were trying to send your beers to.

    The beer was stored in my chest freezer for on week (35F) and opened. The beer flew out at such a high rate, everyone near me was sprayed. I was left with 1 ounce yeast sediment.

    Big let down for me.


    the link to the tasting:


    • Simply Beer says:

      Wow Jason, that really sucks. did you contact Lost Abbey? I had mine mailed to me, sat over night, opened about 3 days after I received it from CO, and no explosiveness. It did look like it was going to gush, a bit of foam up, but nothing worth even noting. let me know the next time you guys are going to meet up for homebrews. Would love to meet you guys.

  2. Jason says:

    So I did contact LA, and the reps were super nice. They offered to replace the beer.

    All I had to do was come to the brewery and pick it up. lol….

    Since I traded for it (a SH RIS no less), there really is no chance of getting another bottle.


  3. nate says:

    It sounds good. I’m a sucker for sour beers…been brewing them a lot lately. And I’ve become a fan of the Vinegar quality.

    That’s crazy about Jason’s “Gusher.” I’ve heard that on several of their beers. I remember early on in my extract brewing I overcarbonated some heff. It was quite embarrassing.

  4. DuncanM says:

    Sounds like a great drink and at 7% it shouldn’t take too long feel the effects!

    • Simply Beer says:

      Duncan, sorry for delay in approving this, it was stuck in my spam filter. It drank very well at 7%, it is also only a 375ml bottle. If you like sours and raspberry, this is a great Frambroise!

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